What are the year expenses to become a detective
I am in 8th grade. I am taking a class called career and tech. My teacher said that I get to choose 3 jobs I am interested in and I decided to choose a Detective. I thought that it would be interesting to learn about what you do. I hope you respond. #detective #career #school
Education/College requirements Detailed career information for Detectives and Criminal usually specialize in one type departments will require 1 or 2 years of college.
How long do you have to be a detective?
The individual requirements may vary from department to department, but since it is a specialty position, you can expect to have to serve as a police patrol officer for two or more years before you're even eligible to be considered for a detective job. Making a Name for Yourself
Becoming a Police Officer in Michigan. The minimum requirements necessary to seek employment as an officer of the law in Michigan are for the person to be at least 18 years of age (note that national average is 21), US citizen, valid clean Michigan driver’s license/record, 20/20 vision (can use corrected lenses) with color vision. How to become a deputy sheriff in Michigan?
Steps to Become a Sheriff in Michigan Step 1: Attend a Police Academy. To begin your quest for becoming a sheriff in any Michigan county, you will first need... Step 2: Gain some experience. Once you finish your police training academy, you will have to get some law enforcement... Step 3: Get a higher education degree. This step is not mandatory in most counties. Check out YouTube for videos on police, detective and investigators.
What are the characteristics of a good detective?
Good detectives are calm, friendly, and observant, and are able to react well to situations that make others panic. Detectives should also have good decision making and deduction skills.
I know it maybe hard now with the pandemic but see if you can get a face time interview with your local police department and talk to a detective.
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All the very best to you. Let me know if you have more questions, thanks, Jen