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  1. Police Officer By: XXX XXXX STEM 2nd Period Fall 2012

  2. Definition • Police Officer: apersonhaving officer rank on a police force.

  3. Job Description • Enforce the law • Help the community • Assist people

  4. Job Qualifications • require a four-year degree in criminal justice • A high-school education • commonly an associate degree

  5. 3 Colleges • St.Marys University • San Antonio College • University Of Phoenix-San Antonio Campus

  6. Career Salary • Average between $22,000 and $26,000 • Some areas pay as low as $18,000 • Six years of service earn an average salary of $34,000 or more

  7. Interesting Facts • Police Officers use specially trained police dog • Drive special police cars • Wear special uniforms • Use special weapons

  8. Citation • (2012).Police Officer Retrieved from http://www.texaspolicecarmodels.com/images/SAPDCharger2.JPG • (2012).Police Officer Retrieved fromhttp://www.cops.usdoj.gov/html/dispatch/11-2011/images/Chief-McManus-main.jpg • (2012).Police Officer Retrieved http://www.texaspolicecarmodels.com/images/SAPDCharger2.JPG • (2012).Police Officer Retrieved fromhttp://www.roundlakepark.us/App_Images/Image/PD/k9/Copy%20of%20K-9%20SLEDGE%20800.jpg • (2012).Money Retrieved from http://webmoneymaker.net/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/Make-Money-online.jpg

  9. Citation • (2012).St.Marys University Retrieved from http://www.tamistillings.com/Repository/1/3/5/7/6/0/135760/9b72ea74-09e0-4d10-8348-5f31b33df3f9.jpg • (2012).Associates Degree Retrieved from http://icdccollege.edu/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/associates-degree-final.jpg?q=associates+degree&um=1&hl=en&safe=active&sa.