Books and Directories__________
100 Best Careers in Crime Fighting
Lee, M.P., Lee R.S. and Beam, C.
O HV8073.8.G73 (Career Center Library)
Describes jobs in crime-fighting,
including law enforcement, private
security, criminal justice, and
cyberspace crime detection. Includes a
section on women and minorities in
Careers in Criminology, Morgan, M.
O HV9950.M674 2000 (Career Center Library)
Covers careers in criminology; police
officers, detectives, sheriffs, FBI, U.S.
marshals, secret service, customs,
border patrol, forensics & specialists,
coroners, medical examiners, forensic
psychiatrists, profilers, correctional
work, private investigators, bounty
hunters. Appendices include web
Careers for Patriotic Types & Others
Who Want to Serve Their Country
Goldberg, J. O JA77.G21 1999 (Career Center Library)
Chapter one includes self assessment
exercises, and the following chapters
include profiles of law enforcement,
military careers, firefighting, peace
corps, politics and government and
careers on foreign soil. Appendix
includes where to go for more
information on these careers.
Guide to Homeland Security Careers
Hutton, Donald B. and Anna Mydlarz
O HV6432.H88 2003
Introduction to homeland security,
agency listings, and career opportunities
within those federal agencies. Examples
include: border and transportation
security, coast guard, FBI careers,
immigration and naturalization,
emergency management and response,
state emergency, U.S. capitol police, chemical,
biological, radiological and nuclear counter-
measures careers, information analysis,
infrastructure protection, and military careers.
Includes a glossary of homeland security terms
and application process.
Careers in Criminal Justice
Selected Career Exploration Resources
The Career Center
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fair information and lists our advising and
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