Criminal Investigation

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Criminal Investigation
Katia Cabrera Figueroa
Everest College

Criminal Investigation

What do you want to be when you grow up? We have this question in mine sense ever. There are people who find it difficult to answer, and answer change as they move in their lives. For me it was always easy question to answer, I have wanted to be a criminal investigator. My love for criminal investigation begins in 5th grade and never left. I have always been curious about the things happening around me. I still remember when scoring the things that happened in a notebook followed by items for me were part of a criminal investigation. In high school I sat with my friends trying to solve the problems they have. Many of my cases were stealing books, notebooks, pencils, and such things. Now in college I'm one step from achieving what has been my dream girl- become a criminal investigator. When I was younger I always wanted to be a my cousin Zuleika Diaz that I will like to become a criminal Investigator too.

After conducting some research of this career, I have found that Criminal Investigator have many responsibilities. “Criminal Investigator has to examining records, assisting the prosecution with preparation of pretrial evidence, conducting investigations on felony and misdemeanor trials, operating law-enforcement equipment and testifying in court about obtained pretrial evidence. A criminal investigator needs to be persistent and cooperative with others, including accepting criticism.” (Pankratz, 199-2013). “Obtaining and verifying evidence by interviewing and observing suspects, witnesses and records is part of a criminal investigator career. In addition, recording evidence and documents using cameras and other equipment is required. Preparation of reports that detail investigation findings, collaboration with other offices and testifying before juries concerning criminal...
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