| Skills Required (list at least five skills, three of which are specific skills in the field of criminal justice).
| Why are the skills listed needed to succeed in the position?
| Forensic Science Technicians
| * Walk through and determine what and how evidence should be collected. * Take photographs * Make sketches of the crime scene * Keep notes of observations & findings * Collect physical evidence such as weapons, fingerprints, DNA, bodily fluids * Catalog &preserve evidence before transferring to the lab.
| * Composure * Critical- thinking skills * Detail oriented * Problem- solving skills * Speaking skills * Writing skills
| * Composure- because some crime scenes can be gruesome, but technicians must maintain professionalism. * Critical thinking skills – need to use your best judgment when matching evidence. * Detail oriented –technicians cannot afford to make mistakes when collecting and processing evidence. * Problem solving skills – use scientific methods & test to help law enforcement solve crimes. * Speaking skills- have to present their findings to police & other law enforcement workers. At times can be called to testify in court. * Writing skills – prepare reports that must stand up legal scrutiny.
| Deputy U.S. Marshal
| * Protecting federal judicial officials. * Transporting prisoners/ JPATS. * Fugitive investigations. * Prisoner, Tactical Operations. * Asset Forfeiture * Witness security
| * Bachelor’s degree * 1 year of specialized experience * Combination of education and experience equivalent to the GL-07 level. * A valid driving license in good standing * Be between the ages of 21-36 (apply before the 37TH birthday). * Must complete a structure interview & other assessments. * Complete a background investigation. * Meet medical qualification. * Must be in excellent physical condition. * Must undergo a 17 ½ week basic...
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