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Special Agent and Criminal Investigator

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Violet Corcoran

on 17 March 2017

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Education & training
Outlook & salary
Knowledge in law, safety, security, and government
Degree in criminal justice, police science, or law enforcement intelligence analysis
By attending more years of college on all of these subjects, you can become a higher ranking agent and also have better and more frequent job opportunities
Gather and analyze information about a suspected criminal to find who committed a certain crime.
Interrogate witnesses or suspects of the crimes.
Use search warrants to investigate a crime scene.
Testify before a jury.
Write reports on criminal behavior.
Record evidence and documents on a criminal investigation.
Record criminal characteristics such as their physical appearance.
In California, about 12,700 new agents were hired in 2012, however as time goes on, there are more job openings as they are in more of a demand. On the other hand, the need for agents varies from state to state. For example, in highly populated states with more crimes, it is more likely that there will be job opportunities.

As a special agent, workers usually get paid anywhere between $69,650 and $136,200 per year. Depending on where you are in the United States, you could be earning different pay. Another variable is your ranking as an officer, for example, an you get promoted you will be payed more.

Special Agent and Criminal Investigator
By: Violet Corcoran
I chose to be a Special Agent because I am interested in investigating and analyzing information. Also, I want to help solve hard cases to save more people.
Education and Training Requirements

Yes, I will pursue being a special agent.
I have always wanted to help solve crimes since I was little. I also think my interests and abilities align with this career as I love to investigate.
Outlook for career
Pay and benefit
Indoors and outdoors
May be dangerous or risky
Will be around other agents
The lower ranking agents spend their time mostly outdoors, stopping smaller crimes and patrolling certain areas
Higher agents spend their time indoors, without their uniforms, investigating criminals, interrogating suspects, or analyzing important information.
Working conditions:
Personal Opinion
In my opinion, I feel that being a Criminal Investigator/ Special Agent would be the best fit for me because I am very interested in psychology and criminal behavior as well as being able to make the world a better place in the future.
Will I pursue this career?
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