unlikely. but such training would be helpful were you to get into such employment.....
you could write, when i get older i would like to be a detective or a police officer
If Taylor Swift was not singing or songwriting she would be a forensic detective.
It would certainly be a career advancement move or a background for expanding your career horizons in another area.
Once a Police Officer has been promoted to Detective, he or she may thereafter be promoted to Police Lieutenant. There would be only one promotion left after Police Lieutenant.
A light, a scope (telescopic sight) a laser targeting device (pointer/aimer) probably with infared option.
A Policewoman.Answer:A female police officer is a police officer. If her rank is known she should be addressed as Constable, Sergeant, Detective, Chief, etc. In conversation the use of ma'am would be appropriate.
Very important, just as it is as a patrol officer. Knowing a second language will make you a better officer and much more hireable and promotable to detective. Especially in areas where there is a high number of alternate language persons. I would say the most beneficial language currently would be spanish as the spanish speaking population is the fastest rising.
Homicide detective works these cases as well as the FBI agents. A police profiler also works in these cases.
If they wish to 'own up' to an offense that they committed. they could simply go to the local police agency and ask to speak to an officer or detective (or a Youth Service Officer, if the department has one) and simply tell them about it.
Business Management Police departments are businesses and knowing how to run it will benefit you greatly.
The proper noun for the common noun detective would be the title of or name of a specific detective, such as Detective Lennie Briscoe.
Inspector GadgetJames BondSherlock HolmesNancy DrewI would disagree, James Bond is a spy only not a detective,Inspector Gadget was initially a cartoon character, and not a spy.Nancy Drew is neither a spy or a detective, and Sherlock Holmes is an analyist rather than a detective, and was never a spy. A detective is usually a police officer, an individual can detect, but is not a detective, and a spy is someone who either works for a government or a company to get information.
To get a job as a probation officer, a person would need to obtain a degree in criminal justice making sure that the classes include sociology, community based corrections, and similar other courses that would prepare a person for the career.
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No, not all types of felonies make you ineligible to become a police officer. Most juvenile offenses cannot be carried over to stand in the way of a person pursuing a career in law enforcement. You can also choose to have a crime expunged from your record and would then be eligible to pursue this type of career as well.
I would first find out what career it is then research it.
It's doubtful that any would buy uniform items on a weekly basis. An annual clothing allowance is given, but how much they actually spend would be a variable. An Infantry officer who is constantly in the field will go through uniforms faster than, say, an admin officer who works in an office every day.
depends on the type of infantry? and when if ww2 then would. be ranger's were often though of as early special forces they were trained by British commando's. but one thing to think about is the equipment they have is a big factor with any infantry unit
If you mean which parts of the army, it probably would be The Marines. Other wise for divisions, it might be The 1st Infantry Division, 29th Infantry Division, 4th Infantry Division, 90th Infantry Division, and many other divisions.
I am an American, so this is an American view (A Brit might well see it differently), but I would describe Monty's legacy as a career military officer whose early and mid career were marked by brilliant military leadership, and whose late career was marked by putting his foot in everything he tried to do.
I would say no. The term light infantry implies mobility overland. Marine units of some countries may be designated as light infantry, but most marines today are primarily for the establishment of a beachhead. They move a short distance from ship to shore, not strictly infantry, and they are rather heavy.
I wouldn't be interested in a job as a security officer because it often involves working nights. Also, depending on what you are guarding, it could be a dangerous job. I suppose the pay is good, but not good enough for me to consider a career in security.
They used missiles, tried to hold with their own lightly-armed infantry, while their cavaly tried to attack the armoured infantry from the flanks and rear. The armoured infantry would try to fight on broken ground to counter these cavalry attacks.
most likely no. because cavalry are horseback fighters and infantry are foot soldiers hope i helped!! :D
It depends n your mind state. Don't be a dirty detective be that detective that cares but cares enough to through someone in jail.