I'm looking into the criminal justice field because I want to pursue a career as a homicide detective, private investigator, or a special agent. I'm in need of an insight in that field because I have no one else to turn to. Thank you.
I'm a 12th grade student from India and i am currently looking into various colleges/universities for admissions. I am planning to migrate to Chicago this year to do an undergraduate criminal justice course. Well since i was a really small kid, i was always engrossed with the term 'police' , i loved
My name is Safa and I was born and raised in the U.S. I'm 17 years of age and constantly having second thoughts on my career choice because I have a lot of people doubting me on my interests in the law field. I'm asking this question because I need a professionals answer on if I should or shouldn't
I am very interested in that career because of the action I see in TV. it seems fun and i think i would enjoy it.
I really want to make a difference in kids life. I want to become the role model I needed when I was growing up.
What major do you need to get in college to become part of the criminal justice group?
Im interested into going in the criminal justice field and would like to know what to expect when looking for a job?
What are different law enforcement agencies positions on hiring someone who has illegally downloaded? If someone downloaded less than 150 songs and 2 movies when they were 13 would that disqualify them from any position in law enforcement in the future?
I'm looking at a career in law enforcement. What college minors would be helpful in law enforcement alongside a Criminal Justice degree?
What qualifications are needed to be promoted to a detective after you become a police officer? Generally, how long does it take to receive the promotion?
Because of cop shows, people take criminal studies, hoping to be like the guys on TV. This would draw a lot of students, so how many people would there be in a typical class and people to compete with jobs for?
I was wondering because I want to study forensic psychology and get a job in the field after i obtain my masters.
Should I study one over another if I want to be a lawyer? Or maybe a different field ?
Im a high school senior and i want to know what the best option for this career is. It has been on my mind lately and i would lik to know more about it.
I am currently a senior who has received acceptance to Wesleyan University through Early Decision. Ever since I was younger I always had an interest in studying criminal law; however, I have gained more interest in psychology. I do not want to completely abandon studying law, so I would appreciate s
I am in 10th grade at Boston Collegiate Charter School and I am interested in a career involving law enforcement. I want to become a U.S. Marshall or something along that path, but I have read in previous questions about law enforcement that a major in criminal justice will not help much. I was thin
I am a sophomore in high school in Boston and I am interested in the criminal justice field, but I do not know the best colleges for this major. I would like to stay in the state of MA if possible.
I am a sophomore at Boston Collegiate Charter School and I am interested in Criminal Justice. Besides careers like police officer or federal agents, what kind of jobs can I get?
I am currently a Senior in high school and I know that I want to be a lawyer when I grow up. However, I don't have a specific kind of law that I know for sure I want to work in. I am interested in doing law that involves contracts for big companies. However,I am also interest in doing law that deals
I am in high school and I want to be able to know more things about this career.
I don't want to wait long finding a job after i'm done with college.
i want to work right after i'm done.
I'm in 10th grade and I want to know more about it. Also, what I have to mayor in.
I'm doing a career project in class and I'm having a hard time finding any answers
I am an 11th grade. Currently attend ODLH being a detention officer really catches my attention in so many ways.
I am very interested in becoming and FBI. May be a challenge for me but looking forward to the challenge.
I am interested in cadaver an would like to pursue a career to be a coroner. I have a strong interest in science and is planning to major in biology. I am quiet and like to make observations. I would like to know more about the steps that is needed for this career.
Hello, my name is Diana and I'm currently a senior in Connecticut. I was asking this question I really had an interest in criminal justice and I just wanted to know more about what classes people have taken in order to become a criminal investigator or any interesting courses people took in college
I am very interested in going into criminal justice but everyone tells me it is very dangerous and scary. I was wondering if I could get some information on what life is like or what a general day looks like as an agent.
The television show criminal minds has also strikes my interest. I have read a question similar to mine and also the answer. I currently know the process necessary to become an FBI agent and to get to the NCAVC. Is sociology a good major to study to become an FBI agent or behavioral analyst? What sk