At Saint Joseph’s, we believe learning about criminal justice is not just about earning a degree — it’s a lifelong process. This list of articles and resources can serve to provide you with insights about what’s going on in the field, from news to research to opinions. By staying up-to-date updated with the criminal justice field, you can enhance your status as an expert and a leader, which can have a measurable effect on your career.
https://www.fbijobs.gov/sites/default/files/PFT_Guide.pdfWithin the Federal Bureau of Investigations, there are a variety of different roles that criminal justice professionals can pursue – one of which is an FBI Profiler. Individuals in this role are responsible for assisting with special...Read More
A disastrous event can wreak havoc on lands, buildings, property, and the lives of the people it affects. In the wake of a catastrophe, communities respond accordingly, and it is often true that the time a community comes together the most is after weathering a devastating crisis. In seeing...Read More
Every year in America, 1.7 million cases involving a youth offender are brought before the court, equaling about 4,600 cases every day. 1 out of every 5 of those youth is detained, entering into the juvenile justice program for varying amount of time.Read More
Criminal justice is an exciting field with many sub-fields, so that many different academic degrees can be useful in a criminal justice career. Criminal justice professionals often pursue many different degrees before beginning their careers, including law degrees, MPAs, and degrees in...Read More
A Master of Science in Criminal Justice can open many doors in law enforcement and other criminal justice fields, even if you don’t have a criminal justice bachelor’s.Read More
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