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What Are Some Of The Variety Of Careers For Those In The Protective Services?

October 30,2010 by: Maxim Thomas

A career path in protective services is extremely diverse and there are a large number of options available to people who choose this path. It can range from a number of roles from being police men, fire service workers, animal control workers, criminal justice agents and officers such as a guardian, security guards, game wardens and more. I am sure form all these terms you have gauged that the scope and roles involved are extremely varied and allow for a wide area of interests and roles for those interested. What is the role of a animal control worker? If your … (more) October 30, 2010

What is the future job scene in protective services?

September 28,2010 by: Maxim Thomas

Job opportunities for aspirants of career in protective services are always wide. There are requirements in one or the other field in protective e services, and most of the times, interchanging jobs are an option. Most jobs require same educational qualification but vary by training needs. So if you plan to jump to a different area in protective services, it can be done with completing a small training course tailored specifically for that field. A traffic controller for example can shift his job to be a criminal investigator, a fire fighter similarly can shift his job to forest fire investigator … (more) September 28, 2010

What is the job responsibilities included in protective services?

September 28,2010 by: Maxim Thomas

Job responsibilities vary by the career path you choose or filed of interest in protective services. For example, if you are interested to be a criminal investigator or a police officer, then your job responsibilities may include preparing reports for the case, investigation based on evidence from the crime scene, matching records based on the finger prints collected, obtain information from the informants related to the case, issuing traffic alerts based on the information system, and so on. The job responsibilities include a practical approach to problems and finding the solutions and do not involve a great amount of paper … (more) September 28, 2010

What are the requirements to begin a career in protective services?

September 28,2010 by: Maxim Thomas

Like in all career options, a specialized degree or training certificate is required to pursue a career in protective services. The education requirements vary greatly by the field you choose in protective services. For example, if you want to be a fire fighter, then a specialized training in fire fighting is mandatory. Similarly, to be in the police force, you need a special degree in criminal justice and protective services and specialized police training. Since protective service is a vast area, every single career path requires some form of training and licensure. Most commonly a degree in public safety and … (more) September 28, 2010

What does protective services career encompass?

September 28,2010 by: Maxim Thomas

As the name suggests, anything that is related to protecting and safeguarding comes under protective services career. It may be protecting civilians, environment, animals or even rules that govern a state or country. Anything that needs protection is protected by a designated protective services official. Police officers, forest authorities, security guards, fire fighters, traffic controllers, animal control workers, life guards, Immigration and custom inspectors, transit and railroad police, bailiffs, sheriffs and deputy sheriffs all come under protective career. addthis_url = ‘http%3A%2F%2Fwww.educationcenters.com%2Ffaq%2Fcareers%2Fcriminal-justice-careers%2Fwhat-does-protective-services-career-encompass-944.php’; addthis_title = ‘What+does+protective+services+career+encompass%3F’; addthis_pub = … (more) September 28, 2010