Surname 1Name:Tutor:Course:Date:Career Research Paper for Forensic PsychologistDuties and Responsibilities of Forensic PsychologistA forensic psychologist is a profiler best known to formulate psychological profiles ofcriminals for enforcement of law agencies. In this way, forensic psychology encompasses covering several fields like psychology, law, and criminal justice to deal with issues of judicial, legislative, or administrative nature (Bartol and Anne). The forensic psychologist does not address criminology alone but also forensic and clinical psychology intersection, which entails research and use of these fields to various problems ranging from rights of victims to problems that make families break. The primary aim of a forensic psychologist is to offer protection to human rights, ascertain justice, and facilitate well-being by using psychological ideas to issues that are logical. There are various duties and responsibilities of a forensic psychologist. The first duty is to undertake research projects to assess particular service elements’ contribution, policy initiatives or development programs of certain groups like searching probation rates of dropouts, inquiring bullying impact of jail environment, or assessing the efficacy of anger control-group program (Brewer and Kipling). The second duty is to undertake an analysis of statistics for forensic client profiling. This way, forensic psychologists compare the DNA profile of a crime scene sample with suspect DNA profile. If the two DNA profiles matches, the suspect becomes the source of the DNA found at the crime scene. However, the statistic used involves calculation of RMP (Random Match Probability), which estimates how rare or common a certain DNA profile is in a given sample.