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Re. -Kleinig, J. D. & Risse, M. S. (2007). Racial and ethnic profiling/racial profiling. Criminal Justice Ethics, 26(1), 3-20. Retrieved from Criminal Justice Periodicals Index database. f -The purpose for me picking this resource was to help me better my future to get more information on the job requirements to succeed in criminal justice as a person. Also look in any programs to help me get ideas to study more in this field. The resource provides information about careers in different areas of criminal justice like FBI, the C.I.A and even being the police. Criminal Justice field gives out the major points in jobs to help out college students to mindful in the choice they pick. This resource gives knowledge to help further your career if you really would like to become something even if you have different options. The resource will also give me ideas to pursue something else if I change my mind if I don’t want to be an FBI AGENT.

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