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Forensic Accounting and Fraud

The term forensic means “suitable for use in court” or “relating to the courts and legal matters” – therefore the work of a Forensic Accountant is vital and specialized. Forensic Accountants are employed in accounting firms and high profile agencies and they fill a variety of accounting needs. These include, but are not limited to, [...]

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CIA Internship Qualifications

CIA Internship Qualifications

The official Central Intelligence Agency Headquarters Careers and Employment Department recommends examining each of the CIA career paths by category or class prior to filling out an application for employment by the CIA. It notes that within each career category you will find job placements the Agency is looking to fill. Each position description includes [...]

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“I See Dead People”: Forensic Pathology Brought to Life

“I See Dead People”: Forensic Pathology Brought to Life

Gentlemen, you are about to enter the most important and fascinating sphere of police work: the world of forensic science, where untold victims of many homicides will reach back from the grave and point back a finger accusingly at their assailant. Dr. R. Quincy  It’s Friday night and you are settled in for a night [...]

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Good Job Outlook In Criminology Careers For College Graduates

Good Job Outlook In Criminology Careers For College Graduates

Individuals seeking careers in criminology possess a strong desire to serve the public in the realm of crime prevention, investigation or law enforcement. Police officers, highway patrol officers and corrections officers are commonplace in society, where they work to protect the public from those individuals seeking to break the law. There is a vast selection [...]

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From Boots to Badges: How To Become A Parole Officer Today

From Boots to Badges: How To Become A Parole Officer Today

The "Father of Parole": John Augustus     If you are embarking on an exciting career as a Parole Officer, it might interest you to know; the very first Parole/Probation officer was the owner of a successful boot-making business in Boston, Massachusetts. One brisk morning in 1841, John Augustus went to the Boston courthouse to bail out [...]

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