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Federal Jobs for Criminal Justice / Law Enforcement Majors

U.S. Office of Personnel Management

Students in criminal justice explore every aspect of crime, the law, and the justice system. Law enforcement administration majors learn how to manage and direct police departments, sheriff’s departments, and other law enforcement agencies and institutions (source: collegeboard.com). Below is a list of federal jobs appropriate for criminal justice / law enforcement majors.

Border Patrol Agents

Criminal Investigators

Game Law Enforcement Agents

Internal Revenue Officers

Police Officers

United States Marshals

GAO Evaluators

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  • Sharon_barb02_max50

    sharon352

    over 6 years ago

    4 comments

    I have an associates degree in criminal justice and I amcurrently working on my bachelors degree. I would love to get into criminal investigation or domestic relations. Any suggestions on how to achieve this goal?

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    nessa

    over 6 years ago

    4 comments

    what are the education/experience requirements for Game Law Enforcement Agents and GAO Evaluators? Please help! mariagwinn@netzero.net

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    nessa

    over 6 years ago

    4 comments

    this was very helpful. I belive I have narrowed my choices down. mariagwinn@netzero.net

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