Investigations Subject Matter Expert
What is a typical day like for someone working in criminal justice, great question. And this is something that we get asked all the time. What your day like and my answer is always the same. There is no typical day, every day is going to be a little bit different. You just don't know what it's going to bring speaking on it, from a federal agents perspective, you know, one day I could be in the office for eight, nine hours, just doing reports doing administrative work. Next day I could be sitting on surveillance for 56 hours. Next day, we could be doing undercover gills or a search warrant or meeting with our local agencies. It just all depends it varies depends on where the investigation goes, what we have going on. I have spent days in a car driving and following it following individuals around, on a Time, living out of the We're almost seemed like then going from hotel to hotel, it just varies. And then if you're looking at somebody in from a state or local officer, you know, when I've worked with them, you know, if they're on patrol, you never know what you're going to come across. You know, there's no such thing as a typical routine traffic, stop because you just don't know what's going to happen in the blink of an eye or a snap of finger, something can change. So there is no typical All day. But for me, the typical day is doing my best working. My hardest looking after the evidence and just trying to work to prevent crime and see if I have enough to prosecute an individual. And if I don't, then I move on to the next case. What it's all about doing, what we need to do to make our streets safer.