Crime Scene Related Profession : Crisis Negotiator

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Crime scene related profession: Crisis Negotiator

Yocelin Baeza
Mrs. Andrade, Mr. Bristol, Mrs. Rossetti
Project 1
7 October 2014 It was said by the intelligent Sherlock Holmes that “It should be your business to know things. To train yourself to see what others overlook.” This quote means that it is an investigators job and no one else’s to observe closer than others. For police related jobs it is very important to be able to come up with possible reasons why someone would want to commit crimes, whether they were under the influence of drugs, mentally ill, or in gangs. This is very crucial for a crisis negotiators job, where they deal with crimes such as standoffs, hostage situations, suicides, kidnappings, and hijackings; they attempt to convince suspects to surrender themselves while keeping all others, in contact with suspect, safe. This career is important because it brings safety to citizens nearby the crime.
A Crisis Negotiators main purpose is to deal with crimes where someone is detained hostage, standoffs, suicides, kidnappings, burglaries, and hijackings; they attempt to convince suspects to surrender themselves while keeping all others in contact with suspect safe. A Crisis negotiators occupation is federal, this means they work for the government and work alongside with the Federal Bureau of Investigation. FBI agent website stated “CNU [Crisis Negotiation Unit] also operates the Law Enforcement Negotiation support system, which distributes…

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