What job matches with what I want to do?
I would like a job in criminal justice. But, I do not want to be involved with shooting or anything personally dangerous(do you blame me?). I do want to investigate though. I would like to interrogate suspects, put together clues, interview witnesses, background checks, etc. But i don't want to be out in the field. Is there any job like the one I want? Please, any help would be appreciated.
Asked By: Talia - 1/24/2012
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To interrogate, interview, put together clues, investigate and such all adds up to a field job. the only thing you might be able to do from an office is a background check. Field job also does not mean you will carry a gun and dodge bullets on daily basis. Here is some options for Criminal Justice Majors that does not... More
Answered By: Lina - 1/24/2012
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Answered By: Always Pixie - 1/24/2012
No! What you are describing is a Detective and you need to work your way up through the basic police ranks in order to qualify. You could consider being a criminal defense attorney.
Answered By: Bill - 1/24/2012
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