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  • 1. Picture from clip artSheriff’s deputy By: Jake Axon Q1 8/21/2012 5 th period
  • 2. Degree’sTo become a sheriff, you must first completefour years of high school and a diploma.It does not require any years of college tobecome a sheriff but a college degreewould be helpful if you were going tobecome a sheriff.Florida state university, Reinhart college, andGeorgia state university are all good lawschools .
  • 3. Policeacademyand 4 year 8 hours a day 5 days Sheriff’s high school a week deputy diploma
  • 4. Police academies DeKalb police academy
  • 5. Five things Giving outneeded to ordersbecomesheriff. Training Protecting Stopping the public crime Helping in court hearings
  • 6. •Being in court a lot.1. •Dealing with inmates.2. •My family always being worried about me.3. •On the job injuries.4. •Working 8 hours, five days a week.5.
  • 7. 1. Fighting ability 3. Being calm Thinking on your Gun under feet is important control pressure because you need to be able to make decisions quickly2. Thinking on your Driving skills feet
  • 8. Ranks ofa Policeofficer.
  • 9. No out of state travels in this job, but working 8 hours a day, 5 days a week.
  • 10. Yes thejob rate is . 1 Policegrowing officerby 7% 2. Policeeach detectiveyear 3. Fbi agent
  • 11. Works CitedMarquette, Kristen. "What Are the Ranks of a Police Officer?" EHow. Demand Media, 21 Nov. 2010. Web. 21 Aug. 2012. <http://www.ehow.com/list_7532725_ranks-police- officer.html>."Summary." U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 29 Mar. 2012. Web. 21 Aug. 2012. <http://www.bls.gov/ooh/protective-service/police-and- detectives.htm>.
  • 12. The Sheriff’s job is a very stressful,dangerous, nerve racking job. But still Iwould one day like to be a sheriff’s deputy.I knew when I started researching thetopic that I would hear stories aboutfathers never coming home, but I just reallylike helping people. I expected it to be like a regular copjust a little more danger and a little morepay. They are basically the same thing, butthe sheriff’s deputy deals with prison andcourt rooms and regular crimes. I am stillgoing to pursue this career.