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Resources for future criminal justice professionals in Milwaukee

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Allison Harper | AHarper@criminaljustice.com
Outreach Coordinator | CriminalJustice.com
PO Box 961 | Seattle, WA 98101

CriminalJustice.com? is an organization dedicated to researching and creating free resources for those interested or already working in the field of criminal justice. Learn more about us, if you do not want to receive emails from us in the future, please reply to this message with “Remove” in the subject line.

Criminal justice professionals play an integral role in building safer and stronger communities – as lawyers, law enforcement officers, forensic scientists, and more. Those who enter the field with a degree under their belt are better-prepared to protect both our communities and individual rights, as well as advocate for much-needed criminal justice reform.

With this in mind, my team at CriminalJustice.com put together a series of useful guides breaking down what earning a criminal justice degree entails. Licensing and certification information, scholarship opportunities, and online options that offer greater flexibility are covered. You can check them out below:

Highest Paying Careers in Criminal Justice: https://www.criminaljustice.com/resources/top-paying-criminal-justice-jobs/

Flexible Bachelor’s Degree Programs: https://www.criminaljustice.com/online-degrees/bachelors-in-criminal-justice/

Earning a Master’s Degree: [[https://www.criminaljustice.com/online-degrees/masters-in-criminal-justice/

 | https://www.criminaljustice.com/online-degrees/masters-in-criminal-justice/]]

Pursuing a Doctorate in Criminal Justice: https://www.criminaljustice.com/online-degrees/doctorate-in-criminal-justice/

Criminal justice experts keep our justice system running smoothly while spearheading efforts to reform its broken parts – this work is crucial to reducing and preventing crime. Please help encourage those in your community to consider this career path by adding links to these resources on your site here.

Our team appreciates the time taken to read through our content. While our ultimate goal is to reach individuals who need this information the most, we’re always seeking the insights of experts and professionals to create the most useful content. Please reach out if you’d like to speak further!

Allison Harper | AHarper@criminaljustice.com
Outreach Coordinator | CriminalJustice.com
PO Box 961 | Seattle, WA 98101

CriminalJustice.com is an organization dedicated to researching and creating free resources for those interested or already working in the field of criminal justice. Learn more about us, if you do not want to receive emails from us in the future, please reply to this message with “Remove” in the subject line.

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