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law enforcement agencies sometimes use what type of data to reconstruct a person’s travels?

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Have you ever wondered how law enforcement agencies sometimes use what type of data to reconstruct a person’s travels? There are two types, geolocation and call detail records. Geolocation is pretty self-explanatory; it locates a phone by pinging cell towers. Call detail records, however, are often more effective and detailed because they show the number dialed, duration of the call or text message made and the location from which that communication originated.
We’ll go into more detail about both methods in this article!
Part 3: Write about your favorite song lyric from your favorite musical act or singer. (Write short.)

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Example: “I’m just a girl, in a man’s world. Makeup is my armor and shoes my weapon. I can take the world, but not for long. Look at me now!” (by Taylor Swift)
In this section, you’ll write about your favorite song lyric from your favorite musical act or singer. It must be short! We want to give you an opportunity to flex your writing muscles in this section!
Part 4 (optional): Write a story based on an outline of four plot points we gave you (and the one that has already been completed). If you haven’t done that, please do so now.
Example: You were on your way home from your friend’s house when someone stole your phone. You call the police to report the crime and they tell you to go home and wait for them there. As you’re waiting for them, the police get a call that says “the burglar is in the alley” so they send a car over there to deal with him. When they do that, a second call comes in saying, “the burglar is here at your house!”

Now write this story!

Part 5: Write a poem containing one line of rhyming words (ABABA or ABCAB, or ABAB).

Example: I feel far away from everyone,

My hair is too short, my pants are too long.

I have the wrong shirt on, shoes unlaced.

Forget about my backpack, I’ll just carry it in my hands.

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Part 6: Choose one of the following three topics and write a short summary/review of a book (novel/play) that you have read or seen as an activity outside of school. Remember to be creative and use advanced vocabulary! Try to keep it similar in length to Part 2 but shorter than Part 1 (around 150 to 250 words). Remember to be positive! For example: “One event that was memorable in this book was…; A theme of this book was…”

Breaking In (book) by Mary Higgins Clark

The premise is that a criminal has broken into the brownstone across the street from Carrie Buck’s house and is about to steal a valuable jewel. Carrie knows who he is because he used to be her friend and she still wants his stuff for some reason, and she organizes everyone in the neighborhood to help her find it.

Part 7: Write about an interesting person you have met in school or at your job. It can be a teacher, cheerleader, classmate or someone else! Be sure to include the person’s name in your paragraph. (Write short. Remember, you’ll need to use advanced vocab in this section!)

Example: A friend of mine was so funny because she kept getting kicked out of class. I was glad when she finally graduated, though.

Part 8: Choose one of the following five topics and write a short summary/review of an atlas book (novel or play). Remember to be creative and use advanced vocabulary! Try to keep it similar in length to Part 2 but shorter than Part 1 (around 150 to 250 words). Remember to be positive! For example: “One event that was memorable in this book was…; A theme of this book was…; The purpose of this book was to…

Moby Dick (novel or play) by Herman Melville

Captain Ahab wants revenge on the white whale, but he needs a crew to do it. And as he tries to recruit them, they end up getting more involved in the hunt than they want!

Part 9: Write about someone you think would be interesting to talk with but have never had the opportunity to meet. Write short and find five interesting facts about him or her. (Remember, you’ll need advanced vocab in this section.)

Example: My dad is an emergency room doctor at a hospital here in town.

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