My first interviewer is a Dyan Reep a Private Investigator. Ms. Reep is a licensed investigator and has her own business for over five years. Her clients range from a variety of different situations, and scenarios. The position she works has many different jobs and tasks depending on the current case being worked on.
My second choice as an interviewer is Regina Ray, and she is a Bail Bondsman. Ms. Ray is a licensed bondsman and bounty agent. She is also a licensed private investigator. Her business has been active for almost 20 years, and is running for Magistrate in her community. Her positions have a variety of different jobs and tasks. It takes a strong achieving person to fill her shoes. She is involved with many people of different backgrounds each day and understands diversity and relationships. The third interviewer will be Bob Green a prosecuting attorney in his hometown. He has been practicing law for almost ten years, and had graduated from law school in his home state. As an attorney, he has worked with a variety of people for a variety of different reasons. When working in these types of professions it is to be expected to build relationships with diverse people.
The reasons I picked these three professional individuals to interview is because their work correlates and has many interesting stories. The three interact in the same judicial system, but on different phases of the system. The investigator has many different jobs with different types of work. The investigator may be involved in the court proceedings for someone the attorney is representing and the bondsman has on bond. Each professional works with some of the same clients, but in different stages of the system. Another reason that I picked these three professionals is because it would be interesting to learn the day in the life of these three people.
The interviewer will be in person and at a location the interviewer would like. The interview would be conducted by various questions towards the interviewers’ profession. Some of the questions will be directed towards specific sections of the position, including everyday routine, what involvement this profession involved in the judicial system.
This final project will focus on and compare diversity relationships. “Trusting relationships are the glue that holds people together as they work on a common problem” (Ford, 2015). Diverse population interact with all sections of the legal system. It is not uncommon to work with people of different backgrounds, and beliefs as the individuals who may be working with them. Each of these professions deal with relationships with diverse culture in the everyday working environment. The interview will show how these relationships can be implemented. Relationships are built on trust and characteristics and not based on ethnic background. The stories of how each profession interacts with people in the community and how they build relationships with people. Each person works for the client. The client relies on the work of each professional. If the professional did not help clients, then the clients would not have gotten resolution. The professionals would have not gotten paid for work from the client.
Ford, C. "Building Relationships With People Of Different Cultures." Community Tool Box (2015): 1-7.