I have a tattoo on my forearm and want to get a federal job (ICE, U.S Marshall, or DEA). The tattoo is a crown with wings and a cross.
I want to become something related to the FEDERAL field, like and F.B.I agent C.I.A or U.S MARSHALL , but i've heard and read sources that most of these federal jobs are low paid. What should i consider ?
Most commonly in the courtroom Bailiffs are Sheriffs, policeman, U.S. Marshall, etc. Is it possible to strictly obtain the profession of a Bailiff? And if it you can, does it most commonly happen by the Judge's apointment. I know they enjoy the benefit of selecting frinds, family, campaign workers, and party leaders to become workers in the courtroom. I think it would be a good job if it is possible.
I am interested in becoming a border patrol agent and i want to know how many hours they work a day. I dont want to work long hours cause i wanna be able to see my family. And also what would be better a border patrol agent, U.S. Marshall, or DEA Agent?
Right now i am 20 years old. I am Joining the Marine Corps. My Mos is Military Police. I go to boot camp in April. My contract is 5 years.
So when my Marine Corps Career is over, how do I become a U.S Marshall?
And if you know anything about the job, please do tell
I am currently in college for army rotc and criminal justice. This will be 6 years down the road after I am done with the Army as an officer. I was thinking state trooper or U.S. Marshall. Will I be overqualified for these two jobs or am I thinking about right? Would I go in with a higher rank that usual? What other jobs would you suggest?
I dont care whether its FBI, DEA, U.S Marshall,etc.... What are the main degrees they are all looking for? Does it matter the school?
Since most looked for language, Im thinking about majoring in Russian and minoring in criminology.
Can I sue the U.S marshalls for causing me emotional stress? My friends were wanted for murder and i didn't know that they were, so one day i was at a traffic light and about 4 to 5 cars rushed me and a team of U.S marshalls came running out the car with guns drawn to my head. They detained me for 2 hours for no reason and held me in their cars in cuffs in the the middle of my community questioning me about them. they allowed kids passing to take pictures of me and humiliate me. The U.S marshals, Portland police, and multiple agencies have been harassing me and pulling me over with fake allegations of me committing crimes so they can question me about the incident. I have never in my life been arrested or committed any crime. Since then(3 weeks ago) i have been to the hospital for panic attacks and cant sleep or eat. I have been on so much medication trying to get back to my old state but so far i cant control the stress and fear I'm having. I cant attend my college or walk out in my community because they have destroyed my image and assassinated my character. Now I suffer from anxiety and depression and have a lot of physiological problems, they also have me living in fear
I am going to join the military after high school and i am currently not a U.S citizen. Next year will be my fifth year in the USA, but just in case i join the military as non-U.S citizen, when i get discharged, am i going to be a citizen? Thanks!
Good and bad effects.
I know there is the U.S. aid plans (truman doc. and marshall plan) and that the war created jobs and when ppl had jobs they had more money to spend, pushing the economic wheel. but what else? What about the effects on cuba, russia and us?
The Centralized Student Career Experience Program, and would you get hired on through that?
Mark Clark, McArthur, etc, became heros. Eisenhower rose to become President. But Marshall, who was senior to all of these, was neglected. Just why?
I'm in my third year and its a bit late to turn back now but, after years of thinking I don't think I can go threw with being a cop, even though I have wanted to for a long time. What are some jobs you've had with a CJ Degree? What are out of the box ideas that pay well? Not like probation, patrol, jail work etc. Ideas!
I am applying to become a special constable in the UK but I am a little worried about the vetting and reference checks. I got fired a few years ago from one of my previous jobs for stealing £30 and Im worried i will affect my application. If I don't include that job in the application, will I get found out or should I just be honest and hope for the best?
I just got a job as executive secretary for a CEO downtown and have been looking everywhere for nice suits and dresses that are affordable. Macy's, Kohls, Carsons, Penney's, Burlington Coat factory, Marshalls and H & M have very little. Even nicer stores like Anne Klein don't have much to choose from. Where can I find a decent selection of career suits and dresses?
What can I do with a major in criminal justice?
Is it a difficult major? What kind of jobs can I get with it and how much would I get paid?
I speak English, Spanish and Russian.
What I’m looking for here is ANY elected Republican that has stood up for regular working-class people over corporate interests.
I am NOT talking about “tax cuts” that NEVER create jobs…
Please feel free to post links to voting records of your favorite Republican Representative. (Local, State or National issues)
Thank you in advance, for your insightful answers.
Can someone give me a reall good web site or just first hand knowledge of all the types of police and law enforecment jobs such as dea, cia, and the types of police you can be.
Through U.S. history, it seems that black men obtain certain civil rights ahead of white women. For example, black men were guaranteed the right to vote by the Fifteenth Amendment, adopted in 1870, but white women were not guaranteed the right to vote until the Nineteenth Amendment was adopted in 1920. The first black man appointed to the United States Supreme Court was Thurgood Marshall in 1967, but there was no white woman on the Court until 1981, when Sandra Day O'Connor was appointed. At Augusta National Golf Club, black men are admitted as members, but white women are not. What is the explanation for this apparent gender discrimination?
And are there any receptionist/desk jobs? Please list as many careers in this field that you know of and that are HIGHLY beneficial!