Government, Law, Public Safety and Services Career Group


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Do you like reading, writing and analyzing problems? Are you interested in subjects of law and justice? Do you pay attention to politics and current affairs? Do you like meeting and interacting with strangers? Are you calm and rational in stressful situations? Are you good at following orders and obeying the rules? Are you interested in homeland security? Do you want to work in law enforcement? Are you interested in exploring military careers? Are you sympathetic to people in unhappy situations? Do you like to debate and persuade? Are you detail-oriented, honest and fair?

Covering many fields and specializations, the Government, Law, Public Security and Services cluster offers wide opportunities to serve the public interest, guarantee fundamental rights and maintain social order. These careers exist with private companies, government agencies, think tanks, police forces, the military and throughout the judiciary.

Do you want to work in law? Becoming a lawyer first requires a law degree, but paves the way for a plethora of professional paths. Yet many legal careers, such as those as a policy analyst, interest group lobbyist, and campaign consultant, can benefit, but do not require a law school.

Careers in law enforcement range from community squads to regional police forces and national agencies like the FBI, DEA, and the Secret Service. The criminal justice system also has non-execution roles in forensics, investigation, counseling and beyond.

The armed forces and related agencies constitute the Defense part of LAW & JUSTICE. Most defense careers begin with enlisting in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, National Guard, or Coast Guard, but there are many options for civilians as well. , in the fields of intelligence, research, medicine, aid, engineering and technology.

Does this description match your interests? Then check out the ideas, resources and possible careers below.

Possible careers

Common job titles include:

  • Animal control officer
  • Bailiff
  • Correctional Officer
  • Forensic science technician
  • Document management
  • Assistant fire inspector
  • Immigration / Customs Inspector
  • Legal support specialist
  • Loss prevention specialist
  • Legal Assistant
  • Parking control officer
  • Police officer
  • Judicial Controller
  • Security guard
  • Sheriff
  • Title Examiner / Clerk

Specialized skills sought include:

  • Litigation
  • Legal documents
  • Legal research
  • Planning
  • Composition of the legal document
  • Legal support
  • Case management
  • Administrative Support
  • Customer service
  • Client contact
  • Preparation for the trial
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Civil litigation
  • Deposit
  • Customer invoicing
  • Criminal justice
  • Proofreading

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