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Law Enforcement

Law Enforcement

Specializing in law enforcement may provide the individual with the information they may need to protect the community and prevent crime. Law enforcement careers may cover a broad range, from police officers to sheriffs to federal agents. Essentially, any profession in which the individual prevents the law from being broken, or enforces adherence to the law to keep the peace in a local community or larger jurisdiction, can be considered law enforcement. One of the largest fields within law enforcement is that of police officer. Police are the local law enforcers who arrest suspects and prepare crime scenes to be investigated by detectives and CSIs. Other subfields of law enforcement include parole officers, correctional officers, wardens, security guards, and state wildlife agencies.

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When pursuing a degree in a field related to law enforcement, the individual may be educated in a broad assortment of techniques and standards used by the profession. Important skills required in most law enforcement jobs are the abilities to record testimony from witnesses, secure a crime scene perimeter, and relate the complexities of the criminal justice system to the citizens and criminals one would deal with on a daily basis. Earning a degree in law enforcement may assist your career in almost any field related to criminal justice. If your interest is in any aspect of criminal justice, a degree in law enforcement may be a good place to start. Even if you have not decided on your exact field of study within criminal justice, the broad education of a degree in law enforcement can be one of the ways to narrow down choices and make the correct decision for an individual's future career.