As a society, we have a strong sense of right and wrong. Those with strong moral convictions stand out from the crowd as true patriots. Those with weak moral convictions lie, cheat, and plot against society’s ideals. Either way, we hold our sense of right and wrong dear to our hearts. When someone violates those same ideals, we feel a sense of betrayal and justice must be served. Even the most heinous criminals deserve to be caught and punished for their crimes. To do that, a detective is needed.
A detective is someone who helps solve mysteries and find missing people. People with detective as a job choice are tough-minded and tenacious. They also have excellent analytical and reasoning skills. Through their keen powers of observation, they gather valuable evidence to use in court. Most importantly, detectives understand that finding the truth is more important than protecting it. This allows them to remain calm in tense situations while gathering necessary information.
A detective’s first step is to gather information from possible witnesses, suspects, and the crime scene. He does this by asking questions and collecting information from each person in an interview. After that, he contacts other relevant individuals to interview them as well: family members, coworkers, friends- anyone who may have relevant information. This may seem tedious at first but it quickly becomes second nature as you gain experience interviewing people. Eventually, you’ll be able to interview a person without needing additional help to do so effectively.
Once you’ve gathered all the necessary information, your next step is writing up a report on your findings. You should include information on the crime scene such as injuries or missing items; details on witnesses such as their statements and physical appearances; suspected perpetrators such as their appearances or behaviors; and any evidence such as fingerprints or footprints found at the scene. You should also include recommendations on potential courses of action based on your findings along with a plan for executing it. Essentially, you should present all the necessary facts to an interested party so lawbreakers may be brought to justice in a fair trial.
As you can see, solving mysteries is no easy task- but one that can be mastered with hard work and dedication from time to time. It involves a steady flow of investigations that start with finding out what happened and ends with writing up a report on your findings. Anyone can become a good detective through hard work- but having enough dedication will make you an exceptional one!