CRJS240 DB2

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As a criminal justice major, you need to carefully and critically consider your goals, interests, and realities associated with the career choice that you are about to make. Your educational needs will be satisfied by the criminal justice.

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CRJS240-DB2NameClassDateProfessorCRJS240-DB2 When making a decision over what aspect of the criminal justice field to pursue for a professional career it is essential to understand your goals and interests in order to locate and pursue the right criminal justice positions. Once the person has determined their skills, strengths, and interests, as well as their goals they will be able to identify the career areas that "fit" their individual profile (Freed, 2002). For example if the goal is to become a prosecutor they individual will require a law degree while if the goal is to become a police officer the individual will need to complete police academy and meet the necessary physical requirements. Failing to understand the goals and interest can lead to an individual pursuing the wrong type of career in the criminal justice field. Different positions in

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