Manuel A. Ventura
CJ101 Intro to Criminal Justice
Instructor: George L. Hicks, MAB
KGA #1 CAREERS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE
In the following paper I will be showing you some careers in the Criminal justice field, their job description, requirements, and some other information needed to make up your mind and decide what career you want to do for the rest of your life. These are three of the many careers you can follow. FBI SPECIAL AGENT
You must possess a four-year degree from an accredited college or university Entry level position
No, you need to have a minimum of three years of professional work experience. Credentials needed
None aside from the four-year degree
The hiring criteria includes physical fitness, polygraph, background check, oral and writhing communication skills and psychological, evaluations. Whit this job is more than likely to be relocated to a different city or even a different state, depending on were they need more field agents. PART 2
What got me interested about this career field is the fact hat my career goal is to become a criminal profiler for the FBI and becoming a special agent is the stepping stone to becoming a profiler. The working conditions are rough it involves a lot of traveling and report writing but it also includes the excitement that in involves being a special agent for the FBI. The earnings vary depending on rank and experience the highest the rank the bigger paycheck you will receive.
A Bailiff you will provide security and order in the court room. Education requirements
“To become a Court Bailiff, you should have at least a high school diploma or GED. Supplemental training, either at a 2- or 4-year college, vocational school, or police academy will be an asset in pursuing a position as a Court Bailiff.”(Education Portal, Par 2)
Entry level position
No you need to complete the police...
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