When I started college, my mind was set on trying to go into the FBI. I knew I would need a Criminal Justice or Criminology bachelor's degree. However, I am now going to be starting my third year of college, and I realized that while the FBI might be able to give me a job, it most likely will be a desk job. I might be able to deal with a desk job, but I also like to move around on my feet and sometimes when I'm moving I am able to think things out better. Well, I then started thinking about trying to going towards being a state trooper and try going into the canine division of the department. Sadly, that might not work for me either because 1. I am not very strong (I am 5'7 and weigh about 108 lbs., which I know is way below what I should be, but that can kind of be attributed to my meds for my ADHD and genetics since my dad was skinny like me when he was his age) and 2. I have no archs in my feet, makes running a little difficult for me. Anyways, I then realized that I might not have to give up on my dream of working within law enforcement and canines. Search and reacue works with both, especially with cadaver searches. The only thing is...I have no clue on what is needed in order to qualify or certified in SAR or in cadaver work. I would very much appreciate it anyone can inform me on this matter. Thank you for reading and for any advice on this subject. Also, I apologize if I should have posted this thread in that chat room and not the SAR sections.