en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Detective

A detective is an investigator, usually a member of a law enforcement agency. They often ... undercover operation, which may include: homicide, robbery, burglary, auto theft, organized crimes, missing persons, juvenile crime, fraud, narcotics, ...

study.com/articles/Homicide_Investigator_Requirements_Duties_and_Career_Info.html

A homicide investigator is not an entry-level position, but a role earned through a promotion after many years of experience working as a police officer. While a ...

www.lawenforcementedu.net/police-officer/homicide-detective

Homicide detectives are responsible for investigating murders and apprehending the individuals responsible. Homicide detectives are veteran law enforcement ...

www.allcriminaljusticeschools.com/law-enforcement/homicide-detective-career

Find the education you'll need to specialize as a homicide detective, how to advance in your law enforcement career, what career paths—such as forensics or ...

work.chron.com/difference-between-criminal-investigator-homicide-detective-7230.html

Homicide detectives across the U.S. had more than 15000 new murder cases to solve in 2009, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Criminal ...

www.criminaljusticedegreeschools.com/criminal-justice-careers/homicide-detective

A career guide for becoming a homicide detective including requirements, common tasks, and salary.

crime.laws.com/homicide-detective

A homicide detective is a member of law enforcement that coordinates murder investigations. These detectives work with a team of forensic experts to determine  ...

www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2013/jul/25/homicide-detective-lapd-daily-life

Jul 25, 2013 ... First of all, there is never a typical workday for a homicide detective. I work what's called a 9/17 shift, which means that I work nine-hour days, ...

education.seattlepi.com/college-classes-need-become-homicide-detective-3954.html

Most homicide detectives start their careers as police officers and are promoted to detective. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, police officers typically ...