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A. Daktari AlexanderAssistant Professor, Criminal Justice Department
1. Which came first criminal justice theories or practice?2. What is the number one challenge of basing policies on theories?3. What is the best example of theory implemented into practice?4. Are some archaic theories still useful today?5. Do you have any advice for criminal justice students?6. What does it take for students to succeed in the criminal justice field?7. Why should people choose to study criminal justice at Seattle University? Dan Satterburg King County Prosecuting Attorney, King County Prosecutors Office
1. How do you handle criminal cases?2. What is your name and what do you do?3. Why did you choose to be a prosecutor?4. Have you ever dealt with domestic violence cases?5. What type of a hierarchy does your agency function under?6. What is the main function of the criminal justice system?7. What type of work can a new attorney entering your office expect to handle?8. Do you have any advice for students seeking a career as prosecutors?9. How do you respond to criticism that public defenders are under funded and overworked?10. What is the jurisdiction of your agency?11. How has your agency responded to Washington’s drug problems?12. Why should people choose to go into criminal practice rather than private practice?13. How would you handle a domestic violence case?14. What are some challenges that you face in your line of work?15. What do you like most about your job?16. How do you respond to criticism that prosecutors cause harm to people?17. How do prosecutors manage the stress that comes with the job?18. What services does your agency provide to prosecutors to help them manage the stress they encounter?19. What type of a relationship exists between prosecutors and judges?
Brian Stampfl Special Investigator, Seattle Police Department CSI Unit
1. Under what circumstance would the CSI become involved with a case?2. What do CSI officers do?3. Does an individual seeking work with CSI need an undergraduate degree?4. When would the police contact CSI for assistance in an investigation?5. In what capacity do you interact with other criminal justice agencies?6. What is the number one challenge you face in your line of work?7. What do you like about your job the most?8. How do you deal with the gruesomeness that you encounter in your line of work?9. Due to some shows on TV, there is a perception that cases are solved in thirty minutes or so, but how do you respond to this perception?10. How is your agency structured?11. Do you have any advice for anyone seeking a career in the law enforcement field?
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