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Being able to look at dead bodies

Another View: Having the ability to thoroughly investigate suspected criminal deaths and skillfully interrogate possible suspects and analyze evidence in order to (hopefully) bring a successful conclusion to a homicide investigation.

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Homicide detectives are sworn law enforcement officers and are paid the same civil service salary as all other officers in the same agency with similar time of employment, seniority, and pay grade. They are oftentimes paid an extra stipend for their particular skill, and (bedcause of the tremendous overtime workload) make somewhat more per year than, say, a comparable officer in uniformed patrol.

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The benefits for a homicide detective varies widely depending what jurisdiction they serve or what agency employs them.

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The benefits for a homicide detective varies widely depending what jurisdiction they serve or what agency employs them.

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The benefits for a homicide detective varies widely depending what jurisdiction they serve or what agency employs them.

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The benefits for a homicide detective varies widely depending what jurisdiction they serve or what agency employs them.

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Being a crime scene investigator is an advantage favorable to the investigator himself bacause he can be excused from being the suspected one.

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Does an homicide detective get paid hourly or salary?

Salary pay for detectives.


What is the salary of a first year homicide detective?

A homicide detective's pay varies widely depending what jurisdiction they serve or what agency employs them.


Who makes more money a homicide detective or a lawyer?

That depends. A homicide detective is a civil servant. He's on a fixed salary. The attorney can be working on a shoestring (and without the benefits the cop has) or he could be defending pharmaceutical companies and making six figures plus perks. The earning potential for the attorney is greater, and few would argue with that.


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Does a homicide detective need to have a major?

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Is travel involved in a homicide detective's job?

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