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Carl W Walter, 113Holliston, MA

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Holliston, MA   

Boston, MA   

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Company: Boston police department 1999 to 2013 Position: Director - boston regional intelligence center

Education

Degree: Master of Science School / High School: University of North Carolina at Charlotte 1988 to 1990 Specialities: Criminal Justice Management

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Carl W Walter

Licenses:
License #: 6977 - Active
Category: Water Operator
Issued Date: Apr 3, 1995
Effective Date: Apr 3, 1995
Expiration Date: Dec 31, 2017
Type: Grade VI Water Operator

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Director - Regional Intelligence At Boston Police

Position:
Director - Boston Regional Intelligence Center at Boston Police Department
Location:
Greater Boston Area
Industry:
Law Enforcement
Work:
Boston Police Department since 1999
Director - Boston Regional Intelligence Center
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department 1990 - 1999
Management / Criminal Analyst
Education:
University of North Carolina at Charlotte 1988 - 1990
Master of Science, Criminal Justice Management
East Carolina University 1984 - 1988
Bachelor of Science, Criminal Justice

Business Records

Name / TitleCompany / ClassificationPhones & Addresses
Carl W. Walter
Treasurer
MEQ, INC 691 College Hwy, South Harwich, MA 02661
91 Highland St, Holliston, MA 01746

Publications

Us Patents

Hermetically Sealed Two-Component Mixing System

US Patent:
4591049, May 27, 1986
Filed:
Jan 16, 1984
Appl. No.:
6/570804
Inventors:
Carl W. Walter - Holliston MA
John L. Woodworth - Hopkinton MA
Assignee:
Kidde, Inc. - Saddle Brook NJ
International Classification:
B65D 2508
US Classification:
206222
Abstract:
A mixing and dispensing receptacle including a first container defining a first nozzle portion and a first sealed chamber retaining a first substance and a rupturable wall portion separating the first chamber from the interior of the first nozzle portion; and a second container defining a second chamber retaining a second substance and a second nozzle portion disposed at least partially within the interior of the first nozzle portion and circumferentially sealed thereto so as to sealingly isolate the second substance. The second nozzle portion is movable axially relative to the first nozzle portion so as to pierce the rupturable wall portion and provide communication between the first and second chambers. One of the nozzle portions comprises a tapered outer surface adapted for engagement with a mating coupling member and an aseptic shield covers the tapered outer surface and is removable therefrom. After penetration of the rupturable wall portion by the second nozzle portion, the first and second substances are transferred between the first and second chambers to provide mixing thereof.

Microwave Heating Apparatus With Plural Temperature Sensors

US Patent:
4471193, Sep 11, 1984
Filed:
Jan 19, 1981
Appl. No.:
6/226258
Inventors:
Carl W. Walter - Holliston MA
Assignee:
Baxter Travenol Laboratories, Inc. - Deerfield IL
International Classification:
H05B 668
US Classification:
219 1055B
Abstract:
Disclosed is a microwave oven for selectively quickly and safely raising the temperature of a plurality of distinct articles. Basic structural elements are a housing that defines an oven chamber, a door providing access thereto and an energy source for transmitting microwave energy into the chamber. Located within the chamber is a support assembly that defines a plurality of heating stations, each adapted to receive a distinct article to be heated. A temperature sensor is disposed in each of the stations so as to sense the temperture of an article retained therein. Coupled between the microwave source and the temperature sensors is a control circuit that automatically deenergizes the microwave source in response to the sensing of a temperature above a predetermined threshold by any of the individual sensors.

Laboratory Burner Apparatus

US Patent:
4521180, Jun 4, 1985
Filed:
Jun 11, 1984
Appl. No.:
6/619771
Inventors:
Carl W. Walter - Holliston MA
William J. Riordan - Shrewsbury MA
Assignee:
Kidde, Inc. - Saddle Brook NJ
International Classification:
F23N 524
US Classification:
431 25
Abstract:
A laboratory gas burner and control apparatus including a burner assembly made from electrically conductive material and adapted for positioning on a counter. Defined by the burner is an inlet for connection to a gas source and an outlet for feeding gas to a flame. An electrically operated valve controls the flow of gas to the burner outlet and an igniter is energizable by a power supply to ignite gas emanating from the burner outlet. Associated with the igniter is an activation circuit that produces either ignition periods during which the igniter is energized by the supply or non-ignition periods during which the igniter is deenergized. Initiation of each ignition period requires manipulation of a manual activation mechanism. Once ignited, the presence of flame at the burner outlet is detected by a flame sensing mechanism. A valve control circuit maintains the supply valve open only during either ignition periods or periods during which flame is detected by the sensing mechanism.

Permeability Separatory Method And Apparatus

US Patent:
4140637, Feb 20, 1979
Filed:
Oct 6, 1977
Appl. No.:
5/839932
Inventors:
Carl W. Walter - Holliston MA
International Classification:
B01D 1304
US Classification:
210321R
Abstract:
A permeability separatory device including a shell element that retains a woven mat wound into a roll and composed of a woof portion formed by a plurality of substantially parallel hollow membrane fibers having open inlet and outlet ends so as to provide parallel fluid flow paths and a plurality of warp portions formed by strands of yarn woven transversely to the hollow fibers so as to establish predetermined interstitial spacing therebetween. The open ends of the hollow fibers are sealed from a fluid circulation zone defined by the shell and retaining the wound roll. Also defined by the shell element are inlet and outlet openings for circulating a dialysate fluid through the circulation zone and over the surfaces of the hollow fibers. The warp portions of the woven mat include one warp portion for establishing at one end of the wound roll a given restriction to fluid flow axially therethrough and another warp portion for establishing at an opposite end thereof a greater restriction to fluid flow. An additional warp portion is formed by yarn woven obliquely to the hollow fibers and extends between opposite ends of the wound roll.

Isbn (Books And Publications)

To Get Rich Is Glorious: China's Stock Markets In The '80S And '90S

Author:
Carl E. Walter
ISBN #:
0333920252

Mixed Oxide Fuel (Mox) Exploitation And Destruction In Power Reactors

Author:
Carl E. Walter
ISBN #:
0792334736

Disposal Of Weapon Plutonium: Approaches And Prospects

Author:
Carl E. Walter
ISBN #:
0792338413

Advanced Nuclear Systems Consuming Excess Plutonium

Author:
Carl E. Walter
ISBN #:
0792346505

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