Contemporary Criminal Justice Careers

Contemporary Criminal Justice Careers

A Comprehensive Guide

Matthew J. Sheridan, Thomas J. Lalka

$29.00

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Picking up where Exploring and Understanding Careers in Criminal Justice, left off, Matthew J. Sheridan and Thomas J. Lalka provide an updated guide for the novice and professional alike. The chapters are crafted to provide essential information to guide the job seeker from entrance into the profession, through career development, occupational refocus, professional options, to retirement preparation. Taking into consideration the effects of the pandemic, current social unrest, and recent tragedies, the authors examine how the “new normal” will bring change and opportunities throughout criminal justice careers. With an emphasis on planning, personal development, and preparation this book outlines career paths that can provide rewards for satisfaction during and after careers.

On top of invaluable information on a variety of specific careers, this book also includes sixteen appendices that cover successful job hunting, internships, a guide to interview questions, a document portfolio checklist, paying for college, and profiles of 18 professionals in criminal justice field from a parole officer to a correctional architect.

This is an excellent resource for students, faculty, advisors, and classroom instruction for guidance into a successful criminal justice career that will be loved, from first employment to retirement.


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Matthew J. Sheridan:

Matthew J. Sheridan, Ed.D. More than 30 years in New Jersey Departments of Corrections, Human Services, and Law and Public Safety. He is a professor at Rutgers and Georgian Court universities. Sheridan is the Director of criminal justice internships at GCU. He is the author of numerous articles and the co-author of Exploring and Understanding Careers in Criminal Justice and the Historical Dictionary of American Criminal Justice.

Thomas J. Lalka DBA, MBA. A Kroger Corporation executive, Board member for the Universal Pricing Code Council, Director of academics in the US and faculty development coordinator in Japan for the Graduate Business/Management and Education Military Programs Asia Pacific. Currently, he is a professor of Business with Missouri Western State University.

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Matthew J. Sheridan, Ed.D. More than 30 years in New Jersey Departments of Corrections, Human Services, and Law and Public Safety. He is a professor at Rutgers and Georgian Court universities. Sheridan is the Director of criminal justice internships at GCU. He is the author of numerous articles and the co-author of Exploring and Understanding Careers in Criminal Justice and the Historical Dictionary of American Criminal Justice.

Thomas J. Lalka DBA, MBA. A Kroger Corporation executive, Board member for the Universal Pricing Code Council, Director of academics in the US and faculty development coordinator in Japan for the Graduate Business/Management and Education Military Programs Asia Pacific. Currently, he is a professor of Business with Missouri Western State University.

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