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In Search of the Mountain of God: The Discovery of the Real Mt. Sinai
Robert Cornuke  More Info

The Lost Shipwreck of Paul
Robert Cornuke  More Info

Ark Fever (Legend Chaser)
Robert Cornuke  More Info

Relic Quest (Legend Chaser)
Robert Cornuke  More Info

In Search of the Lost Mountains of Noah: The Discovery of the Real Mt. Ararat
Robert Cornuke  More Info

In Search of the Lost Ark of the Covenant (In Search of, 3)
Robert Cornuke  More Info

Robert Cornuke is a former police investigator and SWAT team member with the Costa Mesa Police Department. As president of the Bible Archaeology Search and Exploration (BASE) Institute, he has participated in over twenty expeditions around the world searching for lost locations described in the Bible. These journeys include searching for the real Mount Sinai in Egypt and Saudi Arabia, looking for the remains of Noah's ark in Turkey with astronaut Jim Irwin (Eighth man to walk on the moon) and researching ancient Assyrian and Babylonian flood accounts in Iran. 

 

Robert’s biblical archaeological investigations and adventures are detailed in no fewer than six books.  As an example, “In Search of the Mountain of God: The Discovery of the Real Mt. Sinai” tells how “armed with their courage, their determination, their wits and a Bible, Robert Cornuke and Larry Williams embarked on a journey to confirm the Bible as historically accurate. In the process they discovered not only their goal but a faith strengthened by the evidence. "When I stood on those scorched rocks, my life was changed at that moment," Robert Cornuke would later recall. Sneaking across borders, crawling into forbidden military installations, and using night vision goggles to avoid being detected, these men pursued their mission. In Search of the Mountain of God tells the amazing story of the discovery of what they and others are convinced is the authentic location of the biblical Mt. Sinai. Their evidence and passion will make a believer out of you.”

 

About the Costa Mesa Police Department

The Costa Mesa Police Department is organized into four divisions: Administration Technical Services; Field Operations; and, Support Services. The Administration Division is responsible for the department's overall direction and planning with input from other divisions, provides advice to the City Manager and City Council on public safety issues; directs the department budget and financial planning; oversees the department's Volunteer Program and Citizens Academy through the Crime Prevention/Community Relations Bureau; and coordinates press information distribution to the local media.

 

The Technical Services Division is responsible for the support functions in the department, including but not limited to Records, Crime Scene Investigation, Photographic Services, Training and Recruitment, Property and Evidence, Custody and Court Liaison Services, Building and Equipment Maintenance. This division is also responsible for all police department 24-hour computer related activities associated with the city's public safety computer system.

 

The Field Operations Division The Field Operations Division is responsible for Field Area Policing (Patrol) coordinating Community-Oriented Policing services; Gang and Special Enforcement; Crowd Control; Special Weapons and Tactics Squad; Traffic Enforcement; Contract and Special Event Policing; provides DARE services to local schools; and Animal Control services.

 

The Animal Control Section is responsible for the regulation, control, and prevention of rabies in the wild and domesticated animal population of the City. It is further responsible for the impoundment of animals found at large or unlicensed and the enforcement of those laws and ordinances applying to animals within the City.

 

Animal Control provides service to the community on a routine basis ten hours a day, with twenty-four-hour emergency service.

 

The Support Services Division is responsible for the Detective Bureau, which conducts follow-up investigations, prepares criminal matters for prosecution, and processes juvenile offenders. Support Services also provides helicopter patrol through participation in Airborne Law Enforcement (ABLE), and provides internal investigation services through the Professional Standards Unit.

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