Being a good detective, you need practice, skill and a bit of bravery.
ACQUIRE RIGHT ATTITUDE:
(a) Have precise attitude: Acquire charge of the position. You have got to have the right attitude to what you’re doing. You’ve got to be ready your mind for being a good detective, before you think. Take notes and be ready to join your nose into any business to get what you want.
(b) Enhance good interpersonal skills: Being able to easily speak with unknown people and putting people at ease and asking question. You also need to think understandably and remain a follow of the information you have been told in your head. It is better to retain information first while you can write down information later, as you may not find time to write notes when questioning people. Ask lot of questions relates to your case.
(c) Do chat with someone in the family or friends of the family with detective skills: If there is a detective, an investigator in your surround of family/friends, try to know about their work and the sort of effects to be a good detective should be on the watch for.
DEVELOP YOUR DETECTIVE SKILLS:
(a) Train yourself for the forthcoming circumstances: Always be ready to take risk and for anything. Make sure all your evidences are exact.
(b)Read detective novels: Try to know all the small details to notice. How does the detective work. Kitting yourself out. Get yourself setup. Make mind as it is something you find easy to move in or most relaxed and get into tight positions.
(c) Get your instruments with you: Always carry a magnifying glass, a notepad and pen, a brush etc. Definitely you should have a flashlight and a digital camera for images that can help you in investigation. Build a base. Make sure that it’s a safe situate to keep all your evidence.
FINDING A TEAM:
(a) Get some friends: Working in a team is very import skill side people can help you allot. You can get a friend to help you.
(b) Don’t feel bashful to find help from others. Just because you are a detective that doesn’t mean you can’t say for help. Feel free to ask for help.
(a) Find secrecy: Find strange happenings around you.
(b) Find clue: Inspect the area where incident have happened. Make in mind and inspect what you have found there?
(c) If you find something that is dangerous, speak to the police immediately: Your duty is helping people find things and are not intended to involve you in anything.