Writing Prompt: You have been awarded a summer internship to join the local Field Office and gain insight into the inner workings of the FBI. Your acceptance packet askes you to write describing the field of forensics you would like to study and why. Share your background knowledge, motivation, and career goals. You may choose any specialty we have covered this year: hair, fiber, forgery, fingerprint analysis, or blood spatter. needs to be 100-200 words
Since I was very young, I knew I desired to be part of the FBI, and I have spent years getting ready for this position. I am assured that I meet all of the qualifications to become an agent, and I am confident that you will consider me a well-intentioned applicant for this position.
I have incomparable computer and analytical skills, which I would like to put to good use for your organization. I am reliable and responsible, and I appreciate that most of my work will be private and not be deliberated with interlopers. I can present any data revealed appropriately and appear in a courtroom when necessary.
My specialty is Fingerprint Analysis. A fingerprint analyst's primary role is to detect exact points on human fingerprints and associate them with the same data related to an identified fingerprint. If the two are alike or indistinguishable, then the fingerprints may belong to the same individual. The best concept about Fingerprint Analysis is that agents can utilize it for biometric security, victim identification, and other aims. For instance, persons who apply for a firearm license may scrutinize their fingerprints as part of a background check.