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Criminal Justice

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Amber Bailey

on 24 September 2012

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Transcript of Criminal Justice

Criminal Justice Get To Where You Want To GO! Available Jobs in Criminal Justice: Criminologist
Probation Officer
Paralegal. So Where Do We Look for These Positions? 1. http://www.legal-criminal-justice-schools.com/ 2. http://www.indeed.com/q-Criminal-Justice-jobs.html 3. http://www.dcjs.virginia.gov/jobs/ My Personal Interest? Able to see the big picture Have jurisdiction where state police don't More job movement With a Bachelor's: $34, 000 With a Master's: $55,000 Starting Salary: 1901 2012 1940-70 January 1, 1924 J. Edgar Hoover becomes the Director of the FBI FBI is established January 1, 1908 July 28, 1914- Case loads increase due to higher risk of spies January 1, 1933- Agency is officially given the name Federal Bureau of Investigation 1935 September 1, 1939- Counter Espionage is again the focus during WWII Extremists of both the Vietnam War protesters and Civil Rights Movement are focused on during the 1950-70's. The Red Scare of the 1950's The FBI gained a bad rep during this time. 1971 May 2, 1972- Death of J. Edgar Hoover
Director of the FBI for 47 years January 1, 2008- 100 Year Anniversary October 26, 2001- U.S. Patriot Act is signed by FBI Director Mueller to help fight terrorism and FBI takes on a new mandate. September 24, 2012 Soooo... What's the Job? Creates a psychological profile of a criminal suspect Examines evidence of the crime/ crime scene Interviews witnesses and victims, and analyzing crime scenes. Determines a pattern of criminal behavior May also conduct research and write reports on patterns of criminal behavior What are a few soft skills that I will need? Active listening Empathy Conflict management Persuasion Problem solving http://www.units.muohio.edu/careers/students/cds/resumepreparation.pdf Miami University: Resume Edge: http://www.resumeedge.com/services/se-home.html Now who can help boost that resume?

DNA CERT CPR FEMA AED Red Cross Mass Casualty CPI (Crisis Prevention and Intervention) Meeting financial obligations Juggling school, work, and my relationships Challenges!! Maintaining good grades Helping my family Saving money Staying organized Parents
School advisors Knowledge Contacts Resources Options Organizational skills Outside resources Points of Contact Study Tools What are some softskills needed? Active listening Conflict management Persuasion Problem solving Public Relations Get a job related to my major
Gain experience in my field
Earn an income that I can support myself on
Move up through the ranks History of the FBI
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