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  • 1. Mark Little
    April 27, 2011
    4th hour
    Career/Technology Foundations
    Police Officer
  • 2. Imagine this, the thrill of a car chase, the gun powdery smell of freshly used bullets, the satisfaction of slapping handcuffs on a guy that just tried to rob a bank. I always wanted to be a police officer and I will be researching every thing that makes me want to get into policing.
    Introduction
  • 3.
    • Apprehend individuals who break the law
    • 4. Issue citations or give warnings
    • 5. Writing reports
    • 6. Patrol their jurisdictions
    • 7. Investigate any suspicious activity
    Nature Of Work
    • Respond to 911 calls
    • Both physical and mental
    • 8. Riding in a police car for long periods of time
    • 9. Working in police station
    • 10. Dangerous work environment
    • 11. Most physical injures and illness
    • 12. 40 hour work weeks
    Working Conditions
  • 13. Training and Qualifications
    High school diploma –collage diploma or higher
    Police academy
    U.S citizen
    Meet physical and mental requirements
    Take business law practical law and law enforcement
  • 14. Job outlook/Employment
    Employment growth expected to be 10%
    Job outlook favorable
    More opportunities in urban areas
    Always openings for police officers
  • 15.
    • Patrol officers = $30,000-$80,000
    • 16. Federal annual avg = $57,270
    • 17. State annual avg = $51,020
    • 18. Local annual avg = $43,350
    • 19. First purchase = Monster
    Earnings
  • 20. Related Occupation
    Electrical engineer
    Annual salary = $82,160
    Indoor, mental work
    Working on machines
    Trouble shooting
  • 21. Summary
    After doing my research on being a police officer, I believe this career right for me. I want be in this career path for many reasons. One is that the salary and work hours for the career.
    Other reasons are the sheer thrill of the job. Doing this job would be exiting and enjoyable for me
  • 22. "Police and Detectives." U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Web. 02 May 2011. <http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos160.htm>.
    Work cited

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