Careers In Criminal Justice

Paperback | October 31, 2005

byKarla O'regan

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This book attempts to highlight some of the doors that are opened by obtaining a degree and/or experience in criminology and criminal justice. It is designed to serve as a springboard for your career search.Designed with your students in mind, this new book is geared towards students who are entering college or university with a goal of getting a job in the field of criminology or criminal justice. It will answer the question, ?What career path is available to me after graduation??The Nelson Guide to Careers in Criminal Justice covers the employments areas of law enforcement, the legal profession, public and social sectors, and corrections. There is also a section called ?The Roads Less Travelled? so students can see there are opportunities beyond the obvious.

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This book attempts to highlight some of the doors that are opened by obtaining a degree and/or experience in criminology and criminal justice. It is designed to serve as a springboard for your career search.Designed with your students in mind, this new book is geared towards students who are entering college or university with a goal ...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:96 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.25 inPublished:October 31, 2005Publisher:Nelson College IndigenousLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0176251405

ISBN - 13:9780176251406

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Table of Contents

AcknowledgementsIntroductionLaw EnforcementLevels of policing:FederalProvincial MunicipalFederal PolicingRoyal Canadian Mounted PoliceAboriginal PolicingMilitary PoliceNational Police ServicesForensic laboratory:Information and identificationCriminal intelligenceCanadian police collegeNational Child Exploitation Coordination CentreTechnical operationsProvincial and Municipal Law Enforcement:By-law enforcement officers Fish & Wildlife OfficerPrivate Security:Security Guards Private InvestigatorsLegal Profession:LawyersDepartment of JusticeJudge Advocate General (JAG)Judges Court OfficersJustices of the PeaceCourt Reporters ClerksLegal Assistants and ParalegalsNotaries Public and Trademark AgentsLegal SecretariesSheriffs and Bailiffs Alternative Dispute Resolution Public and Social Sectors:Policy Analysis and DevelopmentDomestic Security and ServiceFirefightersPostal & Courier Services Border Security & Information Canada border services agency Canadian Coast GuardCitizenship & ImmigrationForeign Service CSIS Social & Community ServicesSocial Workers Social & Community Service Workers Victim & Witness Service WorkersAlcohol & Drug Counsellors Child & Youth Workers Housing & Community Development Corrections:Corrections Officers & Prison Guards Probation, Parole & Classification Officers Prison Chaplaincy Roads Less Travelled:Education College and Vocational instructors University professorsNon-Governmental OrganisationsUnited Nations Non-profit & volunteer sectorPrivate Sector Insurance Adjusters Customs Brokers Dispatch & Radio Operators Medical Fields Correctional Centre Nurses Ambulance Attendants Paramedics ConclusionAppendix of AbbreviationsEndnotes