Careers in Criminal Profiling by Janey Levy

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30 S t a r t P re [a r i ng N o w ! Y o u may not be in college yet, but you can still start to develop the skills you'll need to become a criminal profiler. Here are some specific things you can do: 1 2 3 44 • Take as many science courses as possible. • Take as many English courses as you can to develop your writing skills. 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 • Join the drama club or debate team to develop your public speaking skills. • Learn to take clear, well-organized notes in class. • Visit your local courthouse to observe trials.

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Here are some specific things you can do: 1 2 3 44 • Take as many science courses as possible. • Take as many English courses as you can to develop your writing skills. 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 • Join the drama club or debate team to develop your public speaking skills. • Learn to take clear, well-organized notes in class. • Visit your local courthouse to observe trials. • Participate in volunteer work that will help develop skills or help you learn about the legal system. • Read books and articles written by criminal profilers.

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