Andrew Phillip Scipione, is a former police officer who served as Commissioner of the New South Wales Police Force, succeeding Ken Moroney on 31 August 2007. He retired from the New South Wales Police Force on 31 March 2017, he was marched out by 100 of his fellow officers. His replacement as commissioner was Mick Fuller. Scipione was born in London, England, on 31 March 1958 to an Italian father, he immigrated to Australia with his family as an infant. He attended Padstow North Public School in South-West Sydney and left his high-school, Sir Joseph Banks High School, at the age of 14 due to his father's death, his first job after he left school was as an electrician's apprentice in Revesby. Scipione is married with whom he has three children, their two sons and Jonathon, are New South Wales police officers, their daughter Emma is a teacher. Scipione is a devout Baptist who speaks of his commitment to reducing alcohol fuelled-violence and domestic-violence. Scipione joined the Australian Bureau of Customs in 1978 before moving to the New South Wales Police Force in 1980.
He worked in a number of sections, including a secondment to the National Crime Authority of Australia in 1985, with Bankstown detectives, the Special Gaming Squad and Sydney City general duties. In 1992, Scipione became the Operations Controller of the Joint Technical Services Group, in 1995 the Commander of the Special Technical Investigation Branch, in 1998 the Chief of Staff to Police Commissioner Peter Ryan, in 2001 the Commander of Special Crime & Internal Affairs. Scipione was promoted to Deputy Commissioner in 2002 having served as both the Deputy Commissioner Field Operations and Specialist Operations. Scipione holds a master's degree in Management from Macquarie University, he is a graduate of the FBI National Executive Institute. He is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management and a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, he has an Honorary Doctorate from the University of Western Sydney. Scipione played a crucial role as the head of the New South Wales Police Force for APEC Australia 2007 leaders week held in Sydney and the World Youth Day 2008 held in Sydney during July 2008.
In 2009, Scipione introduced the first official police Bible, saying "Our officers have a great deal of respect for our chaplains, what better way to build on that relationship than to share the gospel?"Scipione extended his term as commissioner at the request of Premier Mike Baird, was expected to remain until July 2017. However, in February 2017 Scipione announced. Scipione retired from the Police Force on 31 March 2017. On 30 March it was announced that Assistant Commissioner Mick Fuller would replace him as NSW Police Commissioner. Scipione was awarded the National Medal on 8 November 1996, the Australian Police Medal on 26 January 2003. In addition to awards under the Australian Honours and Awards framework, he holds a range of internal New South Wales Police Force awards, namely: NSW Police Commissioners Commendation and bar, NSW Police Medal with 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th clasps. Commissioner Andrew P Scipione APM – Official profile on NSW Police website
Pennsylvania Route 227 is a 21.3-mile-long state highway located in Venango and Forest Counties in Pennsylvania. The western terminus is at PA 8 in Rouseville; the eastern terminus is at PA 127 in Harmony Township. PA 227 begins at an intersection with PA 8 in the borough of Rouseville in Venango County, heading northeast on two-lane undivided Cherry Run Road; the road heads through wooded areas of homes, heading into more forested areas and crossing into Cornplanter Township. The route curves east before turning northeast again, heading through more wooded areas with some fields and homes as Rouseville Road and passing through Plumer. PA 227 turns to the north, heading into Oil Creek Township; the road continues through woodland with a few small farms and residences, heading through East Shamburg. In the community of Jerusalem Corners, the route turns northeast onto Shreve Run Road and runs through more rural areas. PA 227 comes to an intersection with PA 27, at which point it turns southeast to form a concurrency with that route on West State Street, entering the borough of Pleasantville.
The road passes homes. At this point, PA 27 and PA 227 turn north onto North Main Street and PA 36 continues southeast on East State Street; the two routes pass more residences, with PA 227 splitting from PA 27 by turning east onto 3rd Street. The route continues through residential areas, turning northeast onto Neiltown Road and heading into wooded areas with some homes; the road curves to the north and becomes the border between Pleasantville to the west and Allegheny Township to the east, passing fields. PA 227 turns northeast to enter Allegheny Township, running through more farmland and woodland with some homes; the road heads through more wooded areas with some agricultural clearings. PA 227 enters Harmony Township in Forest County and becomes Butcher Knife Hill Road, passing through fields before heading into dense forests, turning northeast and back to the east; the route winds northeast through more forests, reaching its eastern terminus at PA 127. U. S. Roads portal Pennsylvania portal
Wünsche fliegen übers Meer is the eleventh studio album released by German Schlager group Die Flippers. This was the first Flippers' album with new producers Mick Hannes and Walter Gerke, who helped bring a fresh new sound to the group's music. However, despite the new sound, the album brought the group no publicity and record sales continued to drop. "Mein Herz is tätowiert... Mit Deinem Namen" "Donna Mexicana" "Liebst Du mich noch wie früher" "Mit der Raupe fahr'n" "Zwei Schritte nach vorn" "Ich hab'nen Bungalow in Santa Nirgendwo" "Jackie" "Ein kleines Hotel bei Cuxhaven" "Jenny und Tom" "Die Zeit is reif" "Wünsche fliegen übers Meer" "Du, bin ich zu weit gegangen"
Der Zibet is a Japanese visual kei rock band formed in 1984, which made its debut in 1985. They went on an indefinite hiatus in 1996, but resumed activities in 2007. Der Zibet was formed in 1984 by vocalist Issay and bassist Hal, who were in a band called Issay and Suicides, they were joined by drummer Mayumi and Mahito on keyboards. Only a year Mahito left the group just before they signed to a major record label and they released their debut album Violetter Ball, their fourth album Garden was recorded in London in 1988, with the process was videotaped and released on VHS. Der Zibet continued to put out many releases and collaborate with other artists, but after their 1996 live compilation album Ari the band went on hiatus. In 2007 Der Zibet resumed activities, with Mahito a full member again, they released their thirteenth studio album Primitive on March 6, 2009. On November 10, 2010, they released the album Kaikoteki Mirai ~ Nostalgic Future, composed of new songs as well as self cover and remix versions of songs from throughout their 25-year career.
They held the two man Rock’n Roll Vaudeville 2011 show together with Ra:IN on June 24, 2011. In April 2012 Der Zibet released two more studio albums, Romanoid 1 and Romanoid 2. In September, they performed alongside Ra:IN, Ladies Room and Tokyo Yankees at the Yokohama Summer Rock Fes. – Revolution Rocks 2012. They provided a cover of "Ai no Sōretsu" for the January 29, 2020 Buck-Tick tribute album Parade III ~Respective Tracks of Buck-Tick~ Issay – vocals Hikaru – guitar Hal – bass Mayumi – drums Mahito – keyboard Studio albumsVioletter Ball -Purple Ball- Electric Moon and More Der Zibet Garden, Oricon Albums Chart Peak Position: #32 Carnival Homo Demens Shishunki I -Upper Side- Live albumsOfficial? -Live Anthology- Compilation albumsSelected'90-'91 Best Historic Flowers Ari Kaikoteki Mirai ~ Nostalgic Future #300VideosDer Zibet in Concert Yo-Yo-Yo Der Zibet in Garden Live Mania Live at Marz Genshi Chikara Tsua Primitive Tour 2009 ~Winter~ Acoustic Mania Official website Issay official website DER ZIBET discography
The 1983 German Grand Prix was a Formula One motor race held at Hockenheimring on 7 August 1983. The race, contested over 45 laps, was the tenth race of the 1983 Formula One season and was won by René Arnoux, driving a Ferrari, with Andrea de Cesaris second in an Alfa Romeo and Riccardo Patrese third in a Brabham-BMW; the win, Arnoux's second in three races, moved him into contention for the Drivers' Championship, with leader Alain Prost only managing fourth in his Renault. Niki Lauda was disqualified from fifth for reversing his McLaren-Ford in the pits. Note: Only the top five positions are included for both sets of standings