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Detective by zach
Transcript of Detective by zach
some large police departments require a minimum of 1 or 2 years of college, and most officers who go on to become detectives have at least an associate degree. Relevant college programs include criminal justice and law enforcement. Applicants to police forces must also pass physical and written exams, as well as background checks.
To be a detective you need to have been a police officer and be able to solve puzzles.
Most detectives earn somewhere between $38,000 and $100,000 a year. Median annual earnings for detectives across the country are about $62,000. Detectives who work in supervisory positions make more, usually between $47,000 and $116,000 a year. Median earnings for detective supervisors are about $77,000 a year.
Detectives are specially trained police officers who investigate and solve crimes of all types, from homicide to fraud. They gather evidence and facts, allowing them to crack even the most complicated of cases. Depending on the police agency they work for, they may also be known as investigators.