Bailiffs

Do you find the idea of managing a courtroom intriguing? If you think a career as a bailiff might be right for you, start preparing for it while you're still in school. Take political science, communications, computer science, psychology, and law-related high school courses. If you have the opportunity to earn certificates in emergency skills, such as CPR or triage, take advantage of it as you prepare for a career that is centered on security and safety. It wouldn't hurt to take a foreign language—especially Spanish—since you will interact with many people during the course of your workday who are not fluent in English.


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