How to Become a Criminal Profiler?


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Profiling positions are advertised each and every day; take this session to discover how to find these positions and apply for them.


  • Date: 10-15-2019 07:00 PM
  • Location: Online Webinar (Map)
  • More Info: Hutton Forensics uses digital ticketing, once you have purchased your ticket, you can expect to receive an email from huttonforensics@gmail.com with instructions to access the session that you have purchased.

Description

This session is provided for individuals that are interested in pursuing a career as a Criminal Profiler. During this webinar, the following items will be expounded upon: 

  • One-on-one opportunity for Q& A with a Criminal Profiler
  • What elements look good to have on a resume when applying for a position as a Criminal Profiler?
  • How to find positions to apply for? 
  • What does a Criminal Profiler do?
  • Why are these positions so difficult to find when they are advertised each and every day?
  • What is s criminal investigative portfolio and how do I make one? 
  • Do I need to be a Police Officer in order to be a Criminal Profiler? 
  • What is the difference between being a Criminal Profiler for private, local, state, and federal levels?

Many claim that they are interested in working within the investigative industry with a passion for criminal profiling; however, they are unable to connect to these opportunities based upon improper search methods. If this is something that you have experienced, this webinar is for you! Please note that this is an informational session only; no certificate for attendance is provided from Hutton Forensics.