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Criminal Justice Jobs Overview


In a criminal justice job, you’ll enforce the law; protect people and property; and investigate possible crimes for local, state or federal government.

Criminal Justice Job Types


Uniformed police officers respond to calls from the public and patrol a defined area looking for crimes and criminals. Police officer jobs sometimes focus on a particular crime (narcotics, gangs), a specialized skill (motorcycle, SWAT) or a particular geography (a campus or transit system).

State troopers do much the same work as police officers, but they focus on patrolling state highways and helping smaller police organizations.

Transit and railroad police careers focus on protecting railroad yards and transit stations.

Sheriffs and deputy sheriffs work mostly for counties, operate jails and serve court systems.

Detectives and criminal investigators collect evidence of crimes by conducting interviews, raids, records examinations and stakeouts.

Fish and game wardens work on public lands where they enforce boating, hunting and fishing rules and do search and rescue.

Criminal justice job opportunities also exist at federal law-enforcement agencies, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the US Drug Enforcement Administration, the US Secret Service and the Department of Homeland Security.

Criminal Justice Education


At a minimum, a criminal justice career requires a high school diploma. To land many jobs in criminal justice you’ll first need to earn a college degree then graduate from a training academy.

Criminal Justice Job Market


If you aspire to criminal justice work, local police officer is the easiest position to land. That’s because local departments have the highest turnover due to lower salaries. However, when local budgets are tight, police jobs can decrease.

Jobs in state and federal agencies are more competitive because they often pay more and offer more advancement opportunities.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) predicts police and detective jobs will increase by 7 percent from 2010 to 2020, slower than average for all jobs.

Criminal Justice Salaries


The BLS says median salaries for criminal justice jobs in 2011 were:

  • Detectives and criminal investigators: $71,770
  • Transit and railroad police: $56,390
  • Police and sheriff’s patrol officers: $54,230
  • Fish and game wardens: $50,070
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456 Criminal Justice jobs found on Monster.

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Our foundation for success can be summarized in three beliefs: Our product is service. Our value added is financial advice and guidance. Our competitive advantage is our people. It all begins with outstanding talent. In Wells Fargo's Consumer Lending Group (CLG), we've built our team of top professionals by rewarding their accomplishments and ensuring they have what's needed to succeed. We value a...
GlobalOptions, an international investigative firm servicing the insurance, government, and legal communities is currently seeking an experienced SIU investigator to join our team. We perform surveillance, activity checks, and background investigations on worker's compensation, auto liability, general liability, and long and short term disability claims. Assignments will be throughout the Philadel...
Position Description As an Insurance SIU Desk Investigator, your responsibilities will include: o Investigating suspicious insurance claims or suspicious insurance related activities covering all lines of business involving claimants, agents, brokers, attorneys, medical providers, etc., to support the Claims Organization for the pursuit of appropriate remedies through the civil or criminal justice...
Overview: The primary responsibility of a Lead Loss Prevention/Security Detective is to protect the assets of the Company, help maintain a safe business environment, and monitor and enforce associate compliance to Company policies and rules of conduct. This is accomplished through promoting shortage prevention and awareness, conducting audits, and detecting and apprehending shoplifters and other c...
DIRECTOR OF LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: A minimum of a Master's Degree in Criminal Justice or a Masters with 18 graduate hours in Criminal justice with five (5) years of experience in the law enforcement field. Must be eligible for certification as School Director and possess a General Instructor's Certification, both with the NC Criminal Justice Education and Training Standar...
Close date: April 21, 2014 Target Start date: May 19, 2014 Target End date: May 18, 2016 Duration: 24 months Hours per week: 40 Task Order #HBITS-01-01441 This is a full time position. Hours are 8am-5pm, and 24x7 on-call support. Job location is Albany, NY. Description: Provide IBM Websphere Portal and WebSphere Application Server (WAS) technical support for the Integrated Justice Portal, which is...
Community Support Services is a not-for-profit provider of behavioral and primary healthcare services for persons with severe and persistent mental illnesses. The agency employs approximately 250 full and part time staff providing psychiatric, nursing, case management (CPST), counseling, residential, vocational/employment, and primary care services. Community Support Services offers competitive sa...
Classification: Chemical Abuse Specialist II Union Status: Professional (Bargaining Unit) Job Title: Alternative Sanctions SUD Assessor Program: Outpatient Services - Alternative Sanctions Summary: The Alternative Sanctions Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Assessor is responsible for screening prospective program participants as well as assessing individuals who are accepted into the programs. Program...
The University of Maryland’s Center for Safe Solutions (CSS) is seeking a Senior Business Analyst. The successful candidate will be assigned to the State of Maryland’s Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services (DPSCS), INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND COMMUNICATION DIVISION (ITCD), in Reisterstown, MD. Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services (DPSCS) is in the process of improvi...
Summary Perform service order, provisioning, repair and maintenance activities in Stored Program Control (SPC) central office equipment, adjunct devices (e.g., VoiceMail, etc.), inter-office trunking and terminating facilities, network plant facilities, and on customer premises, including customer provided equipment and wiring. This activity includes, but is not limited to, network clocking equipm...
University of Illinois Springfield ECCE Speaker Series Academic Program Coordinator. Visit http://go.uis.edu/programcoordinator for job details. To apply go to: https://jobs.uis.edu.UIS is an affirmative action/equal employment opportunity employer. Experience - 2+ to 5 Years Level - Manager (Manager/Supervisor of Staff) Job Location - CitySpringfield Job Status - Full TimeJob The University of Il...
Position Description As an Insurance SIU Desk Investigator, your responsibilities will include: o Investigating suspicious insurance claims or suspicious insurance related activities covering all lines of business involving claimants, agents, brokers, attorneys, medical providers, etc., to support the Claims Organization for the pursuit of appropriate remedies through the civil or criminal justice...
Position Description As an Insurance Principle Investigator your responsibilities will include: - Gather facts on issues in question through open-ended interviewing and statement taking of witnesses, employers, claimants and other relevant witnesses. - Obtaining and presenting physical and documentary evidence to support investigations. - Preparing objective and concise written reports of investig...
Position Description As an Insurance SIU Desk Investigator, your responsibilities will include: o Investigating suspicious insurance claims or suspicious insurance related activities covering all lines of business involving claimants, agents, brokers, attorneys, medical providers, etc., to support the Claims Organization for the pursuit of appropriate remedies through the civil or criminal justice...
Job Purpose: Oversee and supervise our adolescent site. Provides substance abuse counseling services including but not limited to assessment, treatment planning, long-term counseling, psycho education, case management, advocacy, and follow-up. Duties:  All evaluations, progress notes, treatment plans and reports.  Assists client and family, through individual, group, and collateral service.  Pr...
In this role, you'll showcase your superior journalism skills in a state-of-the-art digital newsroom in one of the most vibrant news cities in the world. As a criminal justice reporter assigned to cover federal court in our New Orleans hub, you will be part of a multimedia reporting team whose work is showcased online at NOLA.com and and in print in The Times-Picayune. If you have the drive to bre...
The Mid-States Organized Crime Information Center (MOCIC) is accepting applications for the position of Computer Forensic Analyst. This position will operate out of MOCIC’s Springfield, Missouri, headquarters. Duties include providing computer forensic services for criminal justice agencies, including evidence recovery and training. A degree from an accredited 4-year college or university in compu...
Summary Perform service order, provisioning, repair and maintenance activities in Stored Program Control (SPC) central office equipment, adjunct devices (e.g., VoiceMail, etc.), inter-office trunking and terminating facilities, network plant facilities, and on customer premises, including customer provided equipment and wiring. This activity includes, but is not limited to, network clocking equipm...
Community Educations Centers (CEC) is a leading provider of residential reentry and in-prison community corrections programs. Working over 18 states across the U.S., we provide a foundation of support to change addictive and criminal behaviors and effectively prepare our residents for community reentry. With programming that encompass assessment, drug and alcohol education, family education servic...
The State of Connecticut, Criminal Justice Information System Governing Board is recruiting for a durational project manager position. Further information regarding the duties, eligibility requirements and application instructions is available at: http://www.ct.gov/cjis/lib/cjis/news/dpm_job_announcement.pdf The State of Connecticut is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and strongly...
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Criminal Investigator

Salaries

$31,176.00 - $125,000.00
Typical Salary for Criminal Investigator
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Education / Training

Bachelor's
46.9%
Some College Coursework Completed
18.5%
Associates
16%
Master's
11.1%
High School
4.9%
Professional
2.5%
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