A Career As A Career In Law Enforcement

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In this essay, I will be reporting about my interest and the field that I will pursue after my graduation with my Associate Applied Science and Associate of Art. I will also discuss the skills and knowledge that I had learned throughout my time while in Heald College toward my major of Criminal Justice.
In the aspect of Criminal Justice field, after graduating from Heald College, I will forward toward to become a Law Enforcement, to use my skills and knowledge to help the community. Being in the Law Enforcement is something that inspired me to learn everything that I can and gain knowledge, so I can become a great peace officer and able to enforce the “letter of the law” and “letter of the spirit.”
As I was growing up knowing that my father and grandfather was in the army to protect his homeland, and after knowing what my father and my grandfather did, made me want to follow their footsteps. I knew what I wanted, to become a Law Enforcement but at the same time, I wanted to join a military; I didn’t want to leave my family as though what my father and grandpa did was to inspire about, it was a tough decision, and so I concluded myself to become a Criminal Justice.
After working as a security for several years,
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Able to work effectively with different culture help you to manage different skills as an Officers, approaching different way of thinking help an officers to better understand of humanity and what Law Enforcement will faces. As a Law Enforcement, officers will fact a different language barrier that would make it harder for an officer to communicate with another culture in term of the language that the officers does not speak, with that said, it is important that in the Law Enforcement to have a different culture of officers to translate the language including to understanding the human body language or sign

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