Criminal Justice and Criminology introduces criminal justice and criminology professionals, students (undergraduate and graduate) and others interested in the field, to the many employment opportunities that are provided by both academic disciplines. The authors provide students a "one-stop" source with an exhaustive list of over 160 career options.
James F. Anderson is Associate Professor of Criminal Justice and Criminology at the University of Missouri, Kansas City. Laronistine Dyson is CEO and Executive Director of Residential Alternatives, Inc., Louisville, Kentucky.
Chapter 1 Preface Chapter 2 Introduction Chapter 3 Part I: The Criminal Justice System; Police: Federal Law Enforcement Agencies; State Law Enforcement Agencies; County Law Enforcement Agencies; Municipal Law Enforcement Agencies; Courts: Federal Courts; State Courts; Corrections: Chapter 4 Part II: Local Positions; State Positions; Federal Positions; Federal Positions Requiring a Master's Degree Chapter 5 Part III: Positions Requiring a Bachelor's Degree; Positions Requiring a Master's Degree; Positions Requiring a Doctoral Degree; Part IV: Teaching with a Master's Degree at Two Year Colleges: Missouri Model: Teaching Faculty or Instructo Chapter 6 Part V: Professor of Criminal Justice; Correctional Guard; Female Police Officer KCPD; Male Police Officer KCPD; Crime Scene Investigator; Chief or Security of the KC Community Center Correctional Treatment Unit; Probation Officer; Retired Federal B Chapter 7 Abbreviations Chapter 8 Index Chapter 9 About the Authors