If i got to work as an intelligence officer in any department around my city. I would love to use my psychology and sociology mind to help catch fugitives, also my toughness and speed to run and catch fugitives as well.
An Intelligence Officer is a trained professional responsible for developing and evaluating plans to gather information and intelligence. They carry out investigations in target areas by interviewing people they believe can provide them with the information they need. After gathering the required information, they write reports of their findings and ensure records are maintained.
Depending on their area of work, intelligence officers work with an array of stakeholders. They generally work with researchers, intelligence analysts, the police, security agencies, and intelligence agencies. An intelligence officer can get employed by law enforcement agencies, the military, intelligence agencies, and government organizations.
A successful intelligence officer should have a good understanding of information in order to make recommendations based on the information collected. He/she should also be analytical, communicative and should have an eye for detail. Intelligence officers typically work the normal office hours of 40 hours a week but are expected to be on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The job also involves a lot of traveling, and they may sometimes work in shifts.