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By Gail Karlitz

Every one available ebook comprises: - A behind-the-scenes examine the featured undefined; - Profiles of operating execs that provide an within peek at what they do; - fact payment sidebars to assist readers make a decision if this is often the activity for them; - discover extra and try it out sidebars for extra study; - an afternoon within the existence job record that information a standard day at the activity; - Q&As among real-life children and professionals; - A count number Me In magazine function for readers to trace their actions. With a full of life tone, dynamic glance, and many full-color and black-and-white photos, the digital Apprentice books are the proper place to begin for teens starting their occupation exploration.

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Our teamwork helps keep America a safe place to live. I am very proud to work for the FBI. On THE JOB How did you get started? My parents felt strongly about the United States, and always reminded my four siblings and me how lucky we were to be growing up in this country. They were strong role models and active in the 42 schools and politics of our community. They made me realize the importance of serving my community and my government. In college, I majored in political science and minored in business.

Agent-in-Training REALITY CHECK When you think about going to college and then working in your chosen field for two years before you apply to the FBI, you: C Are determined to win. All the time. ) B You finished all your homework and all your house chores. You are just about to sit down to watch your favorite TV show, when your grandparents show up, and your parents ask you to spend some time with the family. You Try to find a way to get around the requirement. Figure you can put up with it, if it paves the way for becoming an FBI agent.

Forensics. Boston: Kingfisher, 2005. Reeves, Diane Lindsey and Lindsey Clasen. Career Ideas for Kids Who Like Adventure and Travel. New York: Facts On File, 2007. O. html 63 INDEX accounting entry program 34 ballistics 29 Behavioral Analysis Unit 21 Berkin, Jeffrey 47–55 Bertillon, Alphonse 27 Bertillon measurements 27 Bin Laden, Osama 12 biometrics 29–31 Bonaparte, Charles 9 Boudreau, Patricia O’Hare 42 brain fingerprinting 30-31 Bryant, Billie Austin 12 Bureau of Investigation 9 Capone, Al 7, 8 Central Intelligence Agency 8 chemist 41 CODIS (Combined DNA Index System) 28–29 Community Outreach Specialist 40–41 Computer Crime Task Forces (CCTFs) 26–27 Computer Science/Information Technology Entry Program 34 Core Values 37 counterintelligence 11–12, 46 counterterrorism 9–11, 22–24, 47, 53–54 Critical Incident Response Group 20 cryptographer 41 Cyber Action Teams (CATs) 25, 27 cybercrime 25–27, 29 Diamond, Jack “Legs” 7 Dillinger, John 7, 8 Disaster Squad 21 Diversified Entry Program 35 DNA profiling 28–29 Drug Task Force 17 Dubai, United Arab Emirates 31 Edney, Phil 23, 45 espionage 11 Evidence Response Team 21 FBI Core Values 37 64 FBI police officer 43 FBI Technical Laboratory 10 FBI Training Academy 36–39 financial analyst 43 fingerprint examiner 43 fingerprints 24, 27–28 firearms training simulation (FATS) 38 Floyd, Charles “Pretty Boy” 7 forensic scientist 43 forensic technology 29 Galton, Francis 27 “G-Man” 6–7 history of FBI 6-11 Hogan’s Alley 32, 37–38, 38 Hoover, J.

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