By John Douglas
The final word insider’s consultant to pursuing a profession in a single of the most popular, fastest-growing occupation sectors in the USA In a departure from his ordinary edge-of-the-seat insurance, long island instances bestselling writer and mythical FBI profiler John Douglas attracts on his 25 years of expertise to provide this special occupation advisor. Written for these drawn to pursuing a profession in legislations enforcement yet uncertain which organization is true for them, John Douglas’s advisor to touchdown a profession in legislation Enforcement is a treasure trove of insider info and step by step directions that hands you with: A accomplished review of legislation enforcement firms and profession possibilities— from park ranger to air marshal to NSA code cracker tips on discovering and profitable the suitable task in legislation enforcement paintings sheets, checklists, and self-evaluations web pages, touch info, examine publications, and different invaluable assets
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Not everyone would be able to do the right thing there. And that example doesn’t get anywhere near the kind of decisions officers and agents have to make all the time—and quickly. As part of the recruitment process, you will probably be asked to complete a personal integrity questionnaire. As I’ve mentioned, this questionnaire will look at your past as well as give you hypothetical Personal Assessment ★★★ 17 situations for which you have to choose how best to respond or take action. Integrity cannot be faked.
You might be surprised. On the other side of the coin, what are you not good at? What do you find yourself struggling with? Maybe you’re terrible at math, even with a calculator. Are you a bad driver, like my friend in the previous example? Are you a poor judge of character? Do you have poor communication skills? Do you have a hard time following rules; do you resent authority figures? Again, be honest. None of these things makes you a bad person. They just may not make you the best candidate for law enforcement.
If you want to be an officer or agent, you’ll need to have Personal Assessment ★★★ 19 confidence in yourself. You’ll need to believe in your physical abilities, in your intelligence, and in the decisions you make. Criminals can spot a lack of confidence just like animals can smell fear. One sergeant I spoke with told me that convicted cop-killers will tell you, if you ask them, that they knew they could “take” the officers they killed. In a face-to-face situation with a suspect, in hostage negotiations, in a natural disaster, or in other emergency situations, an officer or agent must have and convey confidence in what he or she is doing.