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Military Police

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Lucila Jimenez

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Transcript of Military Police

Military Police

Self
Assessment
Explain new strategies
- http://www.goarmy.com/careers-and-jobs/browse-career-and-job-categories/legal-and-law-enforcement/military-police.html

- http://www.nationalguard.com/mos/military-police
Duck Duck Goose
Work Hard.
Play Hard.
Lucila Jimenez
Career Investigation
Military Police
Athens High School FCCLA
Athens High School
Southern Region
Athens, AL
Table of Contents
FCCLA Planning Process Summary Page
Self Assessment
Evidence in Career Research
Experiences with Business, Industry, Agencies, and Organizations
Samples of school work
Use of Family and Consumer Sciences coursework/Standards
Career Planning
Works Cited/Bibliography
My personal interests include church, JROTC, FCCLA, photography and physical training.
I'm a hands on person, I like to push myself even through I know I may fail. If I do fail, I try again if possible to prove to myself that I can do it.
JROTC and my family influenced me to want to become a part of the military. The respect and responsibility that you learn is unlike anything else.
Evidence in
Career Research
My job as a Military police will basically be securing the base. To qualify for this job, I will have to pass the ASVAB, basic training and AIT.
My responsibities and duties will include, processing and securing a crime scene, arresting and charging criminals, and law enforcement patrols.
My entry level position will be two ranks higher than a new recruit. As for advancement opportunities, if I show leadership potential I am more likey to get promoted faster.
My job outlook is securing and protecting lives against crime and traffic.
My salary will be determined by my rank.
Experiences with
Business, Industry,
Agencies, and
Organizations
Works Cited Page
Use of Family and
Consumer Sciences
coursework/standards
Career Planning
My plan for achieving these goals are to stay in church. That way I will not forget that there is more to life than my job. I plan to pray, and to use self motivation.


Samples of
School work
The Army is known for helping soldiers get a degree. I plan to use this to my benefit by getting a degree in biblical studies and criminal justice.
I have to complete Basic and AIT. In Basic training, there are 4 phases. At AIT, I will learn my MOS.
Besides FCCLA, I also partake in JROTC. I am a member of Staff, Rifle team, Physical training team, and Raiders team. I also volunteer to do color guard and flag detail.
My career goals are to work out more, take care of my health, sign Up with an Army Recruiter. Once I accomplish this I plan to serve for twenty years and retire.
Leadership skills
communication skills
public speaking skills
I'm a very talkative and outgoing person. I am fascinated by the Army, and my dream has always been law enforcement.
I am a member of my Army JROTC program. I have participated in Relay for Life, Special Olympics, 21 gun salute for Veterans Foreign Affairs.
Potential career choice is a Military
Police officer, I will need to have the
ability to make quick decisions and
knowledge of the laws.
I will serve my community by providing security and peace to the people.

Casie Barksdale
Career Investigation
March 8, 2014
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