THINK YOUR EARTH IS SAFE? 7 WAYS YOU CAN LOSE IT TODAY

Author : taklobans
Publish Date : 2021-03-29


THINK YOUR EARTH IS SAFE? 7 WAYS YOU CAN LOSE IT TODAY

Why I Love My Address Finder

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As a probation officer, I often have to go out into the field to do home visits. I am always looking for ways to optimize my trips by including as many residences in a short a time as possible, and something that always helps me with such trips is the address finder I have saved on my computer.

The first thing that makes the address finder so helpful to me is the fact that – and this may be hard to believe – but sometimes probationers lie. They are not truthful about where they actually live, and I have found that address finder is almost never wrong when it comes to that issue. In fact, the only time I have seen it be wrong is when the probationer is young and has moved out of their parents' house.

Another great thing about address finder is that it will often times complete information that I do not have. Case in point, I was searching for one of my probationer's homes on address finder and discovered that he did not, in fact, live in a house as had been suggested to me, but rather, he lived in an apartment complex. If I had gone to the address he provided, I would have ended up going to an apartment complex with no unit number.

Now, common sense would say to just give the guy a call and ask which apartment is his, right? Wrong. I cannot call somebody from my cell number or they have it, which violates our county's policy. So I would have to drive all the way back to the office, call from there, and then drive back out. Then, they can always use the excuse that I was not there in the time window I said I would be there. By looking at the address finder, I found out exactly where he lived and was able to make the home visit when I said that I would.

One thing that I particularly enjoy about the address finder is that I can group all of my home visits together so that they are in the same communities. This cuts down on my total mileage and allows me to save time to complete the other duties of my job instead of having to drive all over creation and then hope that I make it where I need to go in the time that I have given them.

The address finder has helped me with my job in many ways. I have come to rely on it to the point where not having it would make things a lot more difficult for me. It is a useful tool to discover where people live and not have to worry about having incomplete information before I go out into the field to supervise my probationers.
 

Why I Love My Address Finder

As a probation officer, I often have to go out into the field to do home visits. I am always looking for ways to optimize my trips by including as many residences in a short a time as possible, and something that always helps me with such trips is the address finder I have saved on my computer.

The first thing that makes the address finder so helpful to me is the fact that – and this may be hard to believe – but sometimes probationers lie. They are not truthful about where they actually live, and I have found that address finder is almost never wrong when it comes to that issue. In fact, the only time I have seen it be wrong is when the probationer is young and has moved out of their parents' house.

Another great thing about address finder is that it will often times complete information that I do not have. Case in point, I was searching for one of my probationer's homes on address finder and discovered that he did not, in fact, live in a house as had been suggested to me, but rather, he lived in an apartment complex. If I had gone to the address he provided, I would have ended up going to an apartment complex with no unit number.

Now, common sense would say to just give the guy a call and ask which apartment is his, right? Wrong. I cannot call somebody from my cell number or they have it, which violates our county's policy. So I would have to drive all the way back to the office, call from there, and then drive back out. Then, they can always use the excuse that I was not there in the time window I said I would be there. By looking at the address finder, I found out exactly where he lived and was able to make the home visit when I said that I would.

One thing that I particularly enjoy about the address finder is that I can group all of my home visits together so that they are in the same communities. This cuts down on my total mileage and allows me to save time to complete the other duties of my job instead of having to drive all over creation and then hope that I make it where I need to go in the time that I have given them.

The address finder has helped me with my job in many ways. I have come to rely on it to the point where not having it would make things a lot more difficult for me. It is a useful tool to discover where people live and not have to worry about having incomplete information before I go out into the field to supervise my probationers.
 

Why I Love My Address Finder

As a probation officer, I often have to go out into the field to do home visits. I am always looking for ways to optimize my trips by including as many residences in a short a time as possible, and something that always helps me with such trips is the address finder I have saved on my computer.

The first thing that makes the address finder so helpful to me is the fact that – and this may be hard to believe – but sometimes probationers lie. They are not truthful about where they actually live, and I have found that address finder is almost never wrong when it comes to that issue. In fact, the only time I have seen it be wrong is when the probationer is young and has moved out of their parents' house.

Another great thing about address finder is that it will often times complete information that I do not have. Case in point, I was searching for one of my probationer's homes on address finder and discovered that he did not, in fact, live in a house as had been suggested to me, but rather, he lived in an apartment complex. If I had gone to the address he provided, I would have ended up going to an apartment complex with no unit number.

Now, common sense would say to just give the guy a call and ask which apartment is his, right? Wrong. I cannot call somebody from my cell number or they have it, which violates our county's policy. So I would have to drive all the way back to the office, call from there, and then drive back out. Then, they can always use the excuse that I was not there in the time window I said I would be there. By looking at the address finder, I found out exactly where he lived and was able to make the home visit when I said that I would.

One thing that I particularly enjoy about the address finder is that I can group all of my home visits together so that they are in the same communities. This cuts down on my total mileage and allows me to save time to complete the other duties of my job instead of having to drive all over creation and then hope that I make it where I need to go in the time that I have given them.

The address finder has helped me with my job in many ways. I have come to rely on it to the point where not having it would make things a lot more difficult for me. It is a useful tool to discover where people live and not have to worry about having incomplete information before I go out into the field to supervise my probationers.
 

Why I Love My Address Finder

As a probation officer, I often have to go out into the field to do home visits. I am always looking for ways to optimize my trips by including as many residences in a short a time as possible, and something that always helps me with such trips is the address finder I have saved on my computer.

The first thing that makes the address finder so helpful to me is the fact that – and this may be hard to believe – but sometimes probationers lie. They are not truthful about where they actually live, and I have found that address finder is almost never wrong when it comes to that issue. In fact, the only time I have seen it be wrong is when the probationer is young and has moved out of their parents' house.

Another great thing about address finder is that it will often times complete information that I do not have. Case in point, I was searching for one of my probationer's homes on address finder and discovered that he did not, in fact, live in a house as had been suggested to me, but rather, he lived in an apartment complex. If I had gone to the address he provided, I would have ended up going to an apartment complex with no unit number.

Now, common sense would say to just give the guy a call and ask which apartment is his, right? Wrong. I cannot call somebody from my cell number or they have it, which violates our county's policy. So I would have to drive all the way back to the office, call from there, and then drive back out. Then, they can always use the excuse that I was not there in the time window I said I would be there. By looking at the address finder, I found out exactly where he lived and was able to make the home visit when I said that I would.

One thing that I particularly enjoy about the address finder is that I can group all of my home visits together so that they are in the same communities. This cuts down on my total mileage and allows me to save time to complete the other duties of my job instead of having to drive all over creation and then hope that I make it where I need to go in the time that I have given them.

The address finder has helped me with my job in many ways. I have come to rely on it to the point where not having it would make things a lot more difficult for me. It is a useful tool to discover where people live and not have to worry about having incomplete information before I go out into the field to supervise my probationers.
 

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