Written by Rasmussen College - School of Justice Studies instructors and students, the justice studies blog shares criminal justice articles and infographics about career and educational paths in law enforcement, paralegal studies, and health services.
There are important distinctions to make between the three degree fields. This guide will provide you important information from the U.S. Department of Labor to help you determine the best option for you. Take a closer look at the most common jobs associated with each degree and picture yourself in these positions.
You thought a career in law enforcement would be perfect, but the recent run of bad news for police officers has you reconsidering. Despite some recent negative media coverage, police officers go above and beyond the call of duty on a daily basis. These eight stories might make you see officers in a different light.
Why become a police officer? It’s a great choice for anyone seeking a satisfactory salary, respect in their community and the opportunity to make a difference in people’s lives. Learn about some of the appealing aspects of becoming a police officer.
You know both professions play a pivotal role in the criminal justice system, but you have no idea how they differ from one another. How can you confidently choose your career path if you don’t know where each path leads?
You may have played with the idea of getting into a career that allows you to serve others, but the thought of what it will take to get there is still daunting. Before you throw out the idea, take a moment to read about the social work skills you’ve already mastered as a parent.
You know you want to be a police officer, but you still want a little more information before making a commitment. We identified some of the most common questions someone in your shoes is likely asking.
If you've ever wondered what a day in the life of a probation officer looks like, or if you think you have what it takes to become one- you came to the right place! We summoned the pros to reveal some of the things they wish they knew before becoming a probation officer.
Today there are more than 100,000 sworn female police officers in the U.S. This list highlights and celebrates some of the most influential female police officers and explains how they impacted the field of law enforcement.
There are a handful of crime museums and historical sites that highlight criminal justice history, famous cases, hands-on crime exhibitions and more. Learn about eight criminal justice attractions that are sure to fascinate you!
What makes a good police officer? We asked two former law enforcement officials for their thoughts so you can get a better idea—straight from the people who have been where you want to be.
We take a look back at the most popular blog posts from 2014. What have you been missing?
The Rasmussen College criminal justice program is chock full of fascinating courses that will provide you the knowledge and hands-on training needed to succeed in law enforcement. Here's a sneak peek into five of the courses you can expect.