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The main career I was focusing on was a criminal intelligence analyst a.k.a criminal profiler. However, it is not a very big career in England and I'd rather not move anywhere such as the US. What other jobs are there that could use this, I used to want to be a detective inspector but that would take a lot of experience and such so I'm not sure what jobs could lead to those jobs most active in the police and New Scotland Yard. What does a forensic psychologist do? Does it need a chemistry A-Level because I'm taking history, psychology, sociology and business studies. Sorry for all the questions but I thought it would be better to put it all together. By active I mean not always in the office, so out and about as well :P
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http://careers.bps.org.uk/area/forensic

Essentially, if you want to catch criminals, join the police. I think the police are introducing graduate entry schemes (and there is a new big national crime agency too) so you can do a degree first. But as mentioned above (watch the video), forensic psychology is not about offender profiling!
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(Original post by nebulasandstuff)
The main career I was focusing on was a criminal intelligence analyst a.k.a criminal profiler. However, it is not a very big career in England and I'd rather not move anywhere such as the US. What other jobs are there that could use this, I used to want to be a detective inspector but that would take a lot of experience and such so I'm not sure what jobs could lead to those jobs most active in the police and New Scotland Yard. What does a forensic psychologist do? Does it need a chemistry A-Level because I'm taking history, psychology, sociology and business studies. Sorry for all the questions but I thought it would be better to put it all together. By active I mean not always in the office, so out and about as well :P
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=84IGHav7nWM

This is also looks interesting, but USA will have a different system to UK.
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