According to Mike Carpenter and Roger Fulton, you can. That's from two guys who have "been there." Their practical advice on how to take charge of your career, get promoted and outdo your competition can have a substantial impact on your career in any criminal justice agency, and beyond. Thirty short chapters cover a wide variety of both traditional and non-traditional tips on how to make the most of your criminal justice career.
"Relying on someone else to promote you or to help you in your career is okay, but taking charge of your own career can lead to better results, faster," according to co-author Roger Fulton, a retired New York State Police Captain. "In this book we offer support and advice that could take years to learn in most criminal justice agencies."
Chapter titles include motivation and morale, dealing with personnel problems, dealing with the media and a host of other practical aspects of a criminal justice career. If you are looking to increase your career options, run up the ranks of your agency, or just take charge of your own career you will find the tips in this practical guide of value.
Affordably priced for any criminal justice pay scale at $19.95, it is available from the publisher Looseleaf Law, or from www.RogerFulton.com.