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Careers in Criminal Justice

While looking on I noticed that they had information about criminal justice degree programs. There are many different options for someone going to school for criminal justice. For example, you could study criminology or computer crime.

I generally focus my efforts on non-governmental activism. Nonetheless, people can also work to stop violent crime and victimization by obtaining a career in criminal justice. Some of these people provide the research used to create programs and policy to stop crime. Others actually work in the organizations that carry out those policies, from court houses to rehabilitation centers.

There are many ways to help reduce violent crime and victimization. Relevant education greatly empowers a person to effect change in society. If you want to help put a stop to violent crime and victimization, consider getting an education in criminal justice.

What do you think?

By | December 7th, 2007 | SHOW COMMENT(1)


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One Response

  1. Quatar jobs says

    i agree with you we have to help reduce violent crime and victimization. But there is still many ways to help other than getting an education in criminal justice.


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