1. Fishery Officer
A fishery officer investigates, detects and prevents the pollution of waters to protect the aquatic environment, and also protects the general public from consuming toxic and bacteriological contaminated fish and shellfish that can lead to serious health problems.
2. Police Officer
Police officers are employees of a law enforcement agency in their country, region, or city.
3. Security Guard
A security guard is someone who patrols and inspects property against fire, theft, vandalism, terrorism, and illegal activity.
4. Special Agent
A special agent is a detective or criminal investigator who works for a government agency.
5. Wildlife Enforcement Officer
Wildlife Enforcement Officer
A wildlife enforcement officer will conduct inspections, gather intelligence and investigate alleged violations that may harm the environment or endanger wildlife.
6. Private Detective
A private detective is someone who delves into things, finds facts, and analyzes information about legal, financial, and personal matters.
7. Correctional Officer
8. Fish And Game Warden
Fish And Game Warden
A fish and game warden is assigned a territory and enforces fish and game regulations and laws.
9. Probation Officer
A probation officer is someone who works with and monitors offenders to prevent them from committing new crimes.
A bailiff in the United States is a peace officer of the court providing security for judges, juries, plaintiffs and defendants.
The definition of a detective grows and changes with the times.
12. Customs Inspector
A customs inspector works in law enforcement, enforcing the laws that governs imports and exports.
A sheriff is typically the top law enforcement officer of a county, and an elected county official.