Detective Ryan Peterovski introduces the EpCop Case

Hardboiled lawman, Detective Ryan Peterovski introduces himself and talks a little about his career, his impending retirement from the force and his motivations for undertaking the EpCop Case.

10 thoughts on “Detective Ryan Peterovski introduces the EpCop Case

  1. Creative. Not a portfolio, an e-portfolio. Perhaps this evidence problem is why you have not yet solved the case. A switch to an e-portfolio might be the clue.
    Marndon( design team member)


  2. Hello Marndon!

    Yes…maybe you’re right. Maybe…an e-portfolio is just what I need to solve the case! Thank you for your advice and thank you for taking an interest in my detective work.

    Regards,
    Detective Ryan Peterovski

  3. DETECTIVE PETEROVSKI!

    YOU’LL NEVER CATCH ME. NEVER IN YOUR WILDEST DREAMS WILL YOU BE ABLE TO PUT ME AWAY. I’LL CONTINUE TO HAUNT YOU AND DESTROY YOUR DREAMS OF RETIREMENT. YOU’LL NEVER GATHER ENOUGH EVIDENCE TO PUT ME AWAY.
    FOLLOW MY CLUES AND MAYBE THEN YOU’LL HAVE SOME CHANCE OF PUTTING ME AWAY. FOLLOW MY TRAIL IF YOU DARE.

    YOU’LL HEAR FROM ME SOON, PETEROVSKI! (**EVIL LAUGH**)

    RICHARD PADDY LAWRENCE (RPL)

  4. Detective Ryan, I see you’re moving in closer to the EpCoP Case and digging deep into e-portfolio land to solve it. I would like to see the ‘evidence’ for the case on my desktop each week. Let’s make sure that this is not a ‘mission impossible’. Check into Ning headquarters frequently to collect more clues and drop into Learnspace for each assignment.


    • Commissioner McCulloch!

      Oh, I wasn’t expecting to hear from you on this case. This being my last case and all. Yep, I’ve made a start on the EpCop Case. I’m slowly gathering evidence which I’ll use to put this guy away for good. I’ll be sure to have my report on your desk at the end of each week. Thanks for supporting my investigation.

      Regards,
      Detective Ryan Peterovski

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