Career Day About Polices
By: Andrick Garcia Martinez
Most new police officers work in general duty in patrol divisions, which provides a broad range of experiences and assignments. General duty policing involves patrolling assigned areas to enforce laws, protect public safety, and arrest criminal suspects—either by car, foot, bicycle, or in some cases, horse.They Inspire me because they have thing the keep people save and they capture people who steal and run away from cops. Cops and police and FBI help people and make sure thing are right. They check if people when they drive some people drive fast and there keeping laws save so people won't be killed.Working as a police officer can be one of the most diverse career experiences, as specializations ranging in the hundreds are available. With a few years of service usually four or more, you can move into areas such as: criminal identification, drug investigations, sexual assault, fraud, major case and or crime management, surveillance, aircraft security, explosives disposal, police dog services, and many more.In an effort to protect the lives of the public and their property within the communities they serve, police officers are given the responsibility of maintaining law and order, prevent crime, and improve the quality of life for all citizens.To be a police they need to study hard work hard and get a bachelor degree. For training the work like if the had crime scene and shoot at fake people.there salary is $56,980 per year $27.40 per hour Education requirements range from a high school diploma to a college, or higher, degree. Most police and detectives must graduate from their agency’s training academy before completing a period of on-the-job training. Candidates must be U.S. citizens, usually at least 21 years old, and meet rigorous physical and personal qualifications.