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What should you study in high school or college if you want to become a detective?

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2005-12-13 05:42:09
2005-12-13 05:42:09

Classes in criminology or criminal justice will be helpful. Most colleges offer degrees that are geared toward Law Enforcement careers. You may also want to take classes in management, communication, psychology, sociology, or any other behavior science. Hope this helped!

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