Employment opportunities are separated into 4 categories based on the sponsoring organization: Federal & State, Academic & Associations, specialized criminal justice Commercial Job Banks and General Job Websites. In addition to the government, academic and specialized employment resources listed below, search the General Job Websites. These general job search sites can often provide leads to relevant professional positions that may not be found through the governmental, academic and specialized job sites. In addition to the resources listed below, position announcements can be found on many of the association & societies Web sites which are accessible via the "Professional Organizations" category tab.
In addition to the resources listed below, position announcements can be found on many of the association & societies Web sites which are accessible via the "Professional Organizations" category tab.
Many of these resources provide a wealth of information related to careers in criminal justice, including information related to the kind of work entailed, educational requirements, employment opportunities and projections, earnings, professional organizations and additional sources of information.
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Academia -- Research & Teaching (updated on 7/21/2016)
Career & Professional Development (updated on 5/22//2017)
Corrections (updated on 1/14/2018)
General Career Information (updated on 11/14/2017)
Policing (updated on 11/14/17)
Women in Criminal Justice (updated on 8/20/2018)