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  1. Introduction
  2. Proposal
  3. Critical analysis
  4. Reflection
  5. Conclusion

Criminal justice is a very fulfilling career field. In this field you will run into so many different types of people. Some, of which will show you the ropes, and others that will let you fall on your face. In this paper, you will read about the different authors who have been used in direct reference to my choice of studying criminal justice and how they provided material that can help individuals who are in the criminal justice field. You will read about the authors' backgrounds and where they got the inspiration for their articles. These authors will include Timothy Roufa, and Charles Wellford.

Our first author is an individual whom has over 11 years of law enforcement experience. Based off of that small piece of information, I would be inclined to take in educational information given by him. He currently holds the rank of captain and assistant chief in the biggest law enforcement agency in Florida. Mr. Roufa made a contribution to About.com; explaining the benefits of a college education in Criminal Justice careers. When reviewing this article it was apparent that Roufa took some time to correctly inform his readers of his stance on careers in criminal justice. With his accomplishments he is able to offer insight as to what the importance of college education is, within the field of criminal justice. His article does seem to be a new piece of research that is well thought out and detailed.

[...] Works Cited Law, L . N.p . Web Sep Roufa, T . N.p . Web Aug Talebis, K. S. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.champaignprosecutor.org/general-info/criminal/steps- incp.html . N.p . Web Aug Wellford, C . [...]


[...] Criminal Justice: Ethical and Critical Thinking Criminal Justice is a field I chose because I feel I can be a great asset to our criminal justice system. Many have questions as to why someone would choose to go into this field and what they could gain from it. In this paper you will read about various stand points within the criminal justice system. You will also learn the importance of criminal justice and also how it has changed many people's lives. [...]


[...] My opinion about criminal justice has not changed dramatically. I say this because being that I have always studied the material that has to do with my career choice, an associate's degree would not land me in the seat in which I strive so hard to be in. I would most definitely want to possess the skills needed to go into my field of study and be very good at it. One thing that o do now know, after I have done more research, is that most of the television shows I used to think were closely related to criminal justice are a mere fantasy. [...]


[...] I was able to ask myself question pertaining to my career plan and come up with solutions. During the time of my brainstorming, I enabled myself to find out the benefits of my career plan such as understanding the goals of the field. Also when I graduate from college I will be inclined to connect with the resources that I have learned from if I decide to take on criminal administration and I am given a task to gather information. [...]


[...] Our first author is an individual whom has over 11 years of law enforcement experience. Based off of that small piece of information, I would be inclined to take in educational information given by him. He currently holds the rank of captain and assistant chief in the biggest law enforcement agency in Florida. Mr. Roufa made a contribution to About.com; explaining the benefits of a college education in Criminal Justice careers. When reviewing this article it was apparent that Roufa took some time to correctly inform his readers of his stance on careers in criminal justice. [...]

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