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Interview 3 criminal justice professional from different areas of the criminal justice field in your local jurisdiction. Make sure you obtain the following information: •The name of the interviewee •The name of the interviewee's department •The interviewee's specific interests in becoming the criminal justice professional that he or she is (this could vary depending upon the interviewee's response) •The interviewee's department hiring requirements, for example initial testing, physical agility, background investigation (including the length of time for completion), or medical and psychological testing •The interviewee's description of what and where his or her initial training took place (i.e., police academy or related training facility) •How long the training lasted •The interviewee's department's probationary time and successful completion requirements In essay format, write a report that includes the above information and focuses on the following as well: •How the interviewee becam

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CRJS240-IP3NameClassDateProfessorCRJS240-IP3 There are many different types of jobs a person can seek out in the criminal justice system. When conducting interviews in the criminal justice profession the three criminal justice professionals that were interviewed were a forensic technican, police officer, and an assistant district attorney. All of these criminal justice professionals play distinct and key roles in the criminal justice system but each has different roles and responsibilities to fulfill. Forensic investigators develop physical evidence, police officers identify and arrest criminal offenders, and assistant district attorney try criminal offenders in a court of law. Forensic technician Derrick Shelley has worked at the Ohio Franklin County Coroner's Office since 1999 and is currently a forensic investigator. Shelley began his career as a student intern at the Franklin County Coroner's Office while he was in college obtaining his Bachelor of Science in criminal justice (Shelley interview, 2012). He said he always had an interest in becoming a police officer but after watching CSI for years plus his love of science decided he would be better suited for the forensic field. Once Shelley was employed by the coroner's office he was hired as a forensic technician's assistant. After one year and additional training Shelley became a forensic technician before becoming a forensic investigator. The forensic technician is responsibl

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