Activity 1.3.2: Careers in Identity
1. A forensic anthropologist applies the scientific study of the humans to answer legal questions. Some other possible job responsibilities of someone in this career are working along side a homicide hunter, if you are called in to help. If they can’t identify the body that they are trying to solve the case for. These people can also work at jails, or places that where they require taking fingerprint samples. Fingerprinting is used when people are investigating a crime scene, and they need a lead in the case. So they help scope the area for some fingerprints, to develop a lead in the case and also identify the person that the police are looking for. 2. I think the most satisfying part of the job would be bringing justice to people who are no longer with us. I find it really rewarding to put some ones killer behind bars where they belong, and let the person that has been killed to finally rest in peace. That to me is really cool, and also working with all the latest technology to help you with the job. 3. I think the most frustrating part of this job would be patience and time. For example if you are working on a murder case, you only have so much time to put everything you have together and to try and solve the problem in a short amount of time before it becomes a cold case and it gets left in the dust. I would find that very annoying to just drop a case like that and, move onto the next one that is in line to get solved. Another thing that I think would be difficult about this job would have to be patience. Say if your working on a case and you’re at a dead end, or you have no lead. I would find that very annoying and stressful. 4. I think that this would be a cool career to go into. I like the idea of helping people, which I want to do when I am older. I think it would be cool solving a murder case, or helping someone with a legal case. I think it would be a really cool experience for someone to go...
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