Type
Word Search
Description

AP SUPPLY CHAIN
COMMUNICATION
CENTRA TRAINING
AP PRO
SORTER
DRESS CODE
MLO GUIDE
BIG TICKET
CRC
CFC
RECEIVING
SHUTTLE
ARO
INTEGRITY
SAFETY
KEYLOG
MONITOR
MACYS LOGISTICS
FRONT DESK
AUDIT
CCTV
RADIOS
PATROL
CAMERAS
SURVIELLANCE
GATE
AP OFFICER
LOSS PREVENTION
SECURITY
ASSET PROTECTION

Cyber Security Awareness Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

CODE
SPOOFING
INTERNET
HTTPS
HONEYPOT
HASHING
FORENSICS
FTP
EXPLOIT
DECRYPTION
CRYPTOGRAPHY
CONTROL
CIPHER
CONTAINMENT
COMPLIANCE
BACKDOOR
BEHAVIOUR
BIOMETRICS
VECTOR
ADWARE
POLICY
HARVESTING
EMAIL
MONITOR
AUDIT
AUTHORIZATION
ASSET
CLOUD
KEYLOGGER
NETWORK
TROJAN
WORM
CONFIDENTIALITY
AVAILABILITY
INTEGRITY
WIFI
VULNERABILITY
USERNAME
THREAT
BOTNET
SPYWARE
RANSOMWARE
VIRUS
MALEWARE
CERTIFICATE
AUTHENTICATION
FIREWALL
ENCRYPTION
ATTACK
AWARENESS
PASSWORD
PRIVACY
SECURITY
BREACH
HACKER
PHISHING

Private Sector Security Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Law enforcement officers are ________________ police public
Scotsman responsible for ______________ Protective Patrol Pinkerton
Company that created the first armored truck brinks
Private firm handling wealth and banknotes across the U.S.; still in business WellsFargo
Not public, but ____________ policing private
A private force that guards an asset Security
Location of event that caused congress to ban armed mercenaries Homestead
Highest ranked law enforcement in colonial/frontier america Sheriff
Ex FBI agent, formed agency with fellow ex agents Wackenhut
Head of Bureau of Investigations; formed his own agency upon leaving Burns
Name for agents of Pinkerton Protective Patrol Watchmen

Logistics and Supply Chain Management Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Point of Origin/Point of Consumption logistics
Processes, manufactures, and assembles the finished product Manufacturer
Also known as the vendor Supplier
Where finished goods are sorted/shipped to various retailers or customers Distribution Center
The manufacturer's customer Retailer
Customer/final customer of finished product End User
Where goods are stored throughout supply chain Warehouses
Type of logistics that focus on movement of military resources Military
Type of logistics which focus on flow of materials to work stations Production
Type of logistics that focus on setting up & taking down materials Event

SECURITY OFFICER Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Description
Cameras
Reports
Protect
Secure
Identification
Officer
Pepperspray
Security
Uniform
Baton
Contraband
Saftey
Emergency
Radio
Communication
Equipment
Surveillance
Guard
Badge
Disturbance
Visual
Patrol
Policy
Confidential
Flashlight
Procedures
Supervisor
Suspect
Parking
Violation
Handcuffs
Codes

Material Handling Logistics ch 1 & 2 vocab Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Recycling
International Security
Voice recognition
identification badges
Secure facility
SKU (Stock Keeping Unit)
Distribution Center
Cross-docking
Goods-out Bay
Goods-In Bay
Shipping
Packing
Picking
Order Processing
Stocking
Receiving
Supply
Customer Interaction
In-Transit Inventory
Finished goods Inventory
Work-In-Process (WIP)
Raw materials Inventory
Global Supply Chain
Supply Chain
Transportation
Warehouse
Production Facilities
Raw Material Providers

LOGISTICS AND SUPPLY CHAIN PUZZLE Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Where finished goods are sorted/shipped to various retailers or customers DISTRIBUTIONCENTER
Where goods are stored throughout supply chain WAREHOUSES
Type of logistics that focus on movement of military resources MILITARY
Type of logistics that focus on setting up & taking down materials EVENT
Point of Origin/Point of Consumption LOGISTICS
Processes, manufactures, and assembles the finished product MANUFACTURER
Also known as the vendor SUPPLIER
The manufacturer's customer RETAILER
Customer/final customer of finished product ENDUSER
Type of logistics which focus on flow of materials to work stations PRODUCTION

Finance Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Rights
Lease
Variable
Sale
Profit
Partnership
Expenses
Leverage
Liability
Investor
Equality
Dividend
Loan
Default
Debit
Credit Card
Credit History
Corporation
Capital
Business Plan
Audit
Asset
Annual Meeting
Job
Banking
Economics
Financial Affairs
Investment
Commerce
Accounts
Business
Manage
Budget
Money
Bank

Hospitality and Tourism Word Scramble

Type
Word Scramble
Description

Food Counter Attendants
Dining Room Attendants
Housekeeping Supervisors
Maids
Janitors
Cleaners
Tour Escorts
Resort Desk Clerks
Umpires
Fast Food Cooks
Waiters
Tour Guides
Private Cooks
Lodge Managers
Slot Supervisors
Concierges
Restaurant Cooks
Cafeteria Cooks
Motion Picture Projectonist
Recreation Workers
Travel Guides
Food Service Manageres
Short Order Cooks
Transportation Ticket Agents
Recreational Attendants
Referees
Athletes
Cafeteria Attendants
Gaming Supervisors
Booth Cashiers
Gaming Cage Workers
Amusement Attendants
Hotel Clerks
Institution Cooks
Gaming Managers
Baggage Porters
Restaurant Hostesses
Chefs
Dishwashers
Waitresses
Head Cooks
Bakers
Bartenders
Bellhops
Restaurant Hosts
Food Preparation Workers
Housekeepers
Gaming Dealers
Sports Competitors
Motel Clerks
Tour Guides
Travel Agents

Avancemos 2: Unit 1-1 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

to pack a suitcase hacer la maleta
to take a trip hacer un viaje
to call someone llamar a
to travel viajar
ticket boleto
luggage el equipaje
identification la identificación
itinerary el itinerario
suitcase la maleta
passport el pasaporte
to take a taxi tomar un taxi
to board abordar
airport el aeropuerto
to get in line hacer cola
monitor la pantalla
passenger el pasajero
gate la puerta
departure la salida
flight el vuelo
arrival la llegada

AP Psychology Unit 4 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Process by which sensory receptors receive stimulus energies sensation
Process of organizing and interpreting sensory information perception
Processing that begins with senses and works up to brain bottomup
Processing guided by mental process, draw on experiences topdown
Failing to notice changes in environment changeblindness
Conversion of 1 form of energy into another transduction
Minimum stimulation needed to detect stimulus 50% of the time (Fechner) absolutethreshold
Theory predicting how and when we detect a faint stimulus amid background...depends! signaldetection
Minimum difference between two stimuli required for detection 50% of the time jnd
Eye's lens changes shape to focus accommodation
Eye-detect black, white, gray rods
Center of retina, color and fine detail cones
Organized whole. Tendency to want to integrate. gestalt
Greater the _______, or difference between 2 images, the closer it is retinaldisparity
Hearing loss caused by damage to cochlea's receptor cells or aud. nerves sensorineural
Hearing loss caused by damage to mechanical system that conducts sound waves conduction
Links pitch we hear with place where cochlea's membrane is stimulated placetheory
Rate of nerve impulses traveling up aud. nerve matches frequency of tone frequencytheory
Theory that spinal cord contains "gate" that blocks or allows pain gatecontrol