A form eight like this is our form a form a will be from the front of the truck it’ll be both sides of the engine compartment in the coupling a form B which would be on the next page would be from the drivers side of the truck the rear of the truck and coupling.
A form C would be coupling and the trailer so you always end up doing coupling and in the other parts Heavy Truck Parts that everybody ends up doing is going to be an end cap you’re in town as where you check all your gauges and you do your brake check now the one thing to keep in mind during rest of the exam for your yard skills and your road skills.
you’ve done something wrong and you’ve been assigned point for it and that too many point failure for your and accumulation of points is what you want the more things you name the more things you do properly.the more points you accumulate and then you’ll end up passing the one thing that will fail you though immediately on your that you can’t get anything wrong on is your brake check we’re going to go through that thoroughly so you understand that when you do your brake check your brake check has to be.
So we had to change the way that we were dealing with this individual, taking him to the hospital and putting him into emergency protective custody wasn’t the right thing to do, and we had consulted the peer Instapaper sand talked to them about what would be appropriate,and we came to the conclusion that if the behavior warrants it, sometimes jail is appropriate,and so.
This party, we stuck with,and we spoke with, as police officers, as a whole team,three shifts, saying, when we had contact,we’d then be updating each other on what was going on,and based on that, everybody went into that call knowing what happened the last time,and so eventually, the officers knew good enough,when, he was kind of, it was right to talk to him about maybe getting in, and we were able to go out and make contact with him, he accepted service sand was in waiting two weeks.
Maybe, to get in,but didn’t feel like he could safely wait and be sober that long, so we hooked him up with the Kaye House, which is also runny the Mental Health Association, and with their help,he was able to stay sober and get into that,and now he’s drug free, he’s got a job,has taken care of all of his illegal commitments,and is doing well.KNAPP That’s great.And Ashley, I wanna pick up with that story,but first, I wanna remind folks, if you’re just joining us,this is an NET News special, Nebraska Mental Health.
Who’s Responding?I’m Fred Knapp, and with me are Lincoln police Sergeant John Walsh, Ashley Wilkins of the Mental Health Association of Nebraska, Mel McNeil of Great Plains Heal thin North Platte, and state Senator Kate Bole.This program’s also available on our website,net Nebraska Ashley, picking up on the story that Sergeant Walsh.