Career questions tagged criminal-investigation

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Cristina457 views

What other career paths can i take to be good at criminal investigator when i get there

I am 11 years old and i have a dream to be a criminal investigator.

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domonick152 views

How is the opportunities for advancement in the criminal investigations department?

What does the career path in criminal justice look like? What can i expect?

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What steps do I need to take to obtain the necessary certifications for the criminal investigations division??

What degrees and training do i need to succeed in this feild??

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domonick175 views

What does it take to advance in the criminal justice field?

I want to obtain a criminal justice degree with the long-term goal of joining the criminal investigation division

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hailey2374 views

What is a typical day like for you at CSI?

do you always clean scenes? #CSI #forensics #criminal-investigation #criminal-justice

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Trisha1008 views

What are the most important skills and abilities required for a Forensic Toxicologist?

I am asking this question because in the future I want to be a Forensic Toxicologist and I want to be prepared with the right skills to get the job. #chemistry #criminal-justice #forensic-analysis #criminal-investigation

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Brenetta1158 views

Is there a way for me to know if crime scene investigation is a job I would like without having to go through years of college and training before realizing I don'tactually enjoy the job?

I've been wanting to be a crime scene investigator since middle school but I hear people talk about going to college for many years because they keep changing their majors. The most common reason why is because they said once they got into the actual courses for their major or career fields, they didn't like the job as much as they thought they would. Thank you! #law #criminology #crime #pre-law #investigation #scene #criminal-investigation

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