Some people argue that resume objectives take up valuable space on a resume – space that can be used to write other important things. Depending on the type of resume you are writing and your experience level, you may or may not want to write an objective. In circumstances where you do need to put in an objective, you need to justify the space it is taking by providing valuable information in it.
For instance, a criminal justice resume must have an objective that piques the employer’s interest in a single read. The objective must be strong and relevant to the criminal justice position that you are applying for and it should not seem as if it has been forced in just for the sake of writing a resume objective. What you write in a resume objective depends on the position you are applying for, the skills that you want to highlight and the level of experience you have had. It is a good idea to limit your objective to a maximum of three lines so that the reader does not lose interest in what you have to say. You will get plenty of other chances to highlight other information in your resume, under different heads. The following examples of criminal justice resume objectives will give you an idea of what you can write in your own. Have a look!
• Vigilant, results-driven seeking a position as a Crime Scene Investigator with Examination Management Services. Offers expertise in gathering and analyzing evidence to determine cause and type of felony. Expansive knowledge-base of anatomy, legal processes and criminal law.
• Seeking a position as a Police Officer using expansive knowledge of criminal law, statute violations and illegal activities. Broad knowledge of criminal acts, motivations and law enforcement directives
• To work as a Criminologist position for Corrections Corporation of USA using extensive experience in criminal behavior and law along with keen insight into criminal motivations and circumstances.
• Desire a position as a Detective with Panther Inc. Bringing deep knowledge of criminal investigation, corrections systems and law enforcement.
• To obtain a position as a Paralegal with Hans and Hans where I can employ my background in criminal investigations to facilitate case research and evidence management tasks.
• To work as an Investigator for Hornet Investigators using exceptional ability to analyze criminal behavior and employ learned concepts of forensic sciences, with an aim to bring felons to justice
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