Criminal Justice Career Paths | Law Enforcement and Homeland Security

Criminal justice career paths are as unique as the individuals who navigate them. But it helps to research those paths of veterans in the field. Not only can they assist you in researching potential contacts and employers—they can also be incredibly inspiring! Today let’s take a look at Peter Edge whose got 25 years experience… Full Article

Author, Journalist & Death Penalty Investigator, Rene Denfeld

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“Rene Denfeld is a genius. In The Enchanted, she has imagined one of the grimmest settings in the world—a dank and filthy death row in a corrupt prison—and given us one of the most beautiful, heartrending, and riveting novels I have ever read.” ~ Donald Ray Pollock (author of The Devil All the Time). Pollock’s praise…

Pretrial, Probation and Parole Supervision Week

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Change Agent­—What an inspiring job title! It is a name sometimes used to describe community corrections professionals. The slogan or theme for Pretrial, Probation and Parole Supervision Week (PPPSW), which starts this Sunday, is “Be the CHANGE in your community”. From July 13-19, 2014, the American Probation and Parole Association (APPA) encourages community corrections professionals…

7 Things You May Not Know about the Fourth of July!

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To put you in the mood as you gear up for tomorrow’s day celebrating the US’ Declaration of Independence, we’ve collected some trivia you may or may not know about the Fourth July! 1. Although the Second Continental Congress adopted the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, most of the 56 delegates from the…

Looking for Summer Jobs at the Last Minute

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♫  “School’s Out For Summer!” ♫ Alice Cooper sang those words back in the 70s. Maybe you’re singing them right now or have been for weeks…But is there something stopping you from fully enjoying your break from the books. Is there a little voice inside saying, “I really should find a summer job…what if it’s…

What is a Pretrial Services Officer?

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Did you know that approximately 300 jurisdictions, including federal, state and county court systems, have pretrial service programs? “As a Pretrial Services Officer, I am usually the first contact that a defendant has with the U.S. Courts. We are dealing with a population that has been accused of a crime, but are innocent until proven…