Junior Special Agent Handbook, Page 4
Behavior: Wherever you are, you represent the FBI to everyone else around you, just like you represent your family and your school. So, it is especially important to know how to act with others. 1. Be friendly and polite to others, regardless of racial, religious, or ethnic differences. 2. Do what you know is right, even if you are pressured to do wrong. 3. Follow all the rules and laws that are intended to keep you and your community safe. 4. Learn by listening to the grownups in charge, and do what they say. There are parents, teachers, and other adults who are interested in your future.
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