Many who have gained some measure of experience in the criminal justice system can identify one or more individuals who have mentored them in their careers. Often that mentor was an undergraduate or graduate school professor. Other mentors may have been colleagues or supervisors at a place of employment. Mentoring relationships can arise from any number of situations and associations. Mentees frequently pay their own mentoring forward by becoming mentors to those who are less experienced.
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