Crime Scene Detective

the career i want (CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATOR) but more over a CRIME SCENE DETECTIVE TOO. !!!

Crime Scene Detective: Job Description and Requirements

Learn about the education and preparation needed to become a crime scene detective. Get a quick view of the requirements as well as details about job duties to find out if this is the career for you.

Crime scene detectives are deployed to the crime scene to gather and document evidence and clues. They can pass their findings over to lab analysts to examine them, or they may do it themselves. Education varies by employer, but a 4-year undergraduate degree is often required.

Essential Information

Crime scene detectives identify, collect and process physical evidence at crime scenes. They are generally employed by law enforcement agencies. Prospective crime scene detectives may earn a bachelor’s degree at a college or university in order to enter this career.

Required Education Bachelor’s degree
Additional Requirements Law enforcement officer status may be required; police academy training
Projected Job Growth (2014-2024)* -1% for detectives and criminal investigators
Median Annual Salary (2015)* $77,210 for detectives and criminal investigators

Source: *U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

Job Description

Crime scene detectives are also known as crime scene investigators, crime scene technicians, forensic investigators and forensic science technicians. They are responsible for identifying, collecting, preserving, processing and submitting physical evidence from crime scenes. In addition, they are responsible for analyzing and evaluating the evidence in a forensics laboratory. Evidence may include blood, body fluids, fingernails, fingerprints, glass, hairs, fibers and weapons. They also perform DNA analysis, examine tissues and interpret bloodstain patterns.

When arriving at a crime scene, the detective must secure the scene and ensure that it is not contaminated or disturbed. After identifying any evidence, the detective must secure the evidence by collecting it in a container and properly labeling the container with the date and time. The crime scene detective also determines if any photography or video is needed and documents any sketches or measurements.

Crime scene detectives also operate special equipment for alternative lighting, lifting fingerprints and reconstructing bullet paths. They also use special software that allows them to reproduce crime scenes in 3D.

The detective’s job duties include preparing an investigative report which contains documenting evidence, documenting the crime scene and the techniques that were used when analyzing the evidence. A crime scene detective may also be responsible for appearing at various trials as an expert witness.

Detective Requirements

Though not a requirement, many crime scene detectives are law enforcement officers. Each law enforcement agency has its own requirements for becoming crime scene detectives; however, most require at least a 4-year bachelor’s degree from a college or university. Though no specific bachelor’s degree is required for this career, a forensics or science degree is preferred. Some of the courses may include:

  • Crime scene investigation
  • Criminal evidence
  • Forensics
  • Chemistry
  • Physics

Crime scene detectives must also possess exceptional organizational and computer skills, strong written skills and the ability to communicate with others. They must also possess the ability to operate photographic and video equipment. Employers may require:

  • Background check
  • Drug test
  • Physical examination
  • Polygraph test
  • Interview

Career Outlook

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) stated that detective and criminal investigator positions were predicted to decline by 1% from 2014-2024, which was slower than the average growth of 7% for all occupations. Detectives and criminal investigators earned a median annual salary of $77,210 in 2015, per BLS.

Detectives must know how to properly conduct a crime scene investigation. Being perceptive and accurate are the essential qualities of a crime scene detective. Most government agencies require these detectives to possess a bachelor’s degree in forensics or a similar discipline, sometimes even requiring law enforcement training and experience.

The Bad Boy

We’ve all had our experiences with him. The Bad Boy. The one we admire from a distance, but never think of approaching. The one with the hard body, and perfect stubble, who’s too handsome for his own good.

Clipped Wings (Clipped Wings #1) by Helena Hunting 📖

Clipped Wings (Clipped Wings #1) by Helena Hunting  (Author)

Reading 📖
Clipped Wings #book1
Haven’t got far, but still good 💯👌

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Book Review:

Clipped Wings 4Sure!!!!

Few Spoliers!!!

I enjoyed this book no doubt, but listen lol Tenley was getting on my last nerve because she was pushing Hayden away. How can she be mad at him for what she asked him for she wanted to know about his past! With his parents and then with Sienna, drugs, and other stuff. But her bean pie head *** haven’t told him about her being married, I meant engaged and was on her way to her wedding and that her fiance died. He only knew little about that plane accident not the full reason behind the crash.
She was so afraid that he will leave her, but she’s pushing him away. And keeping secrets, especially about Conner. I was hoping Trey popped up so that Hayden could find out about Conner. And damn if he didn’t lol. I knew Trey annoying self-was going to pop up at her apartment and spill the beans finally lol. I was like yes, yes, all of the secrets you kept heifer. Done finally got out. She can’t blame Hayden for being too upset. But Trey is a horrible person, you can tell by reading about him. Crazy how he blames her for his family death, and acting like her friends and family didn’t die too. The plane crashing wasn’t her fault. Trey is one bitter ass fool. If he were a real person, I’d hate to be his woman. He (Trey) deserved that hit in the face with his evil self. Hilarious lol.

P.S.
Aw, Hayden is going to go get his woman 😀 Yass, boy go get your girl. Lol, I got excited when he grabs his keys and walk out his home. He’s like F this **** lol. THAT’s MINEs lol. I can’t wait to read part two of this series I know it’s going to be as good as part 1.

P. S. S
Sooo Hayden is emo ❤ why do I want to see a picture of the character guy lol. Ugh, this need to be a movie lol. I should’ve known he was emo with all the piercing, tattoos, and hair.

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Book Description: 

An emotional love story that follows the touch-and-go relationship of Hayden and Tenley; two young people who desperately want to love and be loved but are afraid to completely let go of their pasts.

As Hayden and Tenley navigate their newfound but slightly unstable relationship, they want to trust each other, but Hayden is hiding a dark and shameful past that he doesn’t ever want Tenley to find out about. And Tenley has secrets of her own that could make Hayden run away forever. When Tenley asks Hayden to put a beautifully elaborate tattoo across her back, the two form what they thought was an unshakeable bond. But when Tenley’s past shows up on her doorstep, will Hayden stand by her side…or run?

Kindle Edition, 352 pages
Published March 4th 2014 by Gallery Books
ASIN: B00F8KUK8O
Edition Language: English

📖 Low (Low #1) by Mary Elizabeth📖

Low (Low #1) by Mary Elizabeth (Author)

 

I’m halfway finished listening to this book. But feels like eternity. Lol! ” hate that when I’m reading a book that’s actually good, but takes me forever to read. Because I’m always busy.

What cracked me up was his mom” you know how the saying goes, once you got black you nev—– “ 😂😂👌 💯 📖

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Book Review:

Dude this book was good. It had taken me awhile to finish.

I think they would’ve gotten away if Posey wouldn’t have walk in the bank when he was about to walk out and get shot. And then after her tail get shot she removes her ski-mask like really girl? Then he does the same thing when he sees she got shot smh. Now they’re on the run, and people knows their faces.”

The second time was when he took her to shoot, and they almost got caught, her tail wanting to explore and stuff that what messed them up.

The third time, was when that female thought she was going to get that reward she lucky Lowen didn’t blow her head off. Lol.

As it got to the ending with his foot is on the pedal I’m like omg they’re going to die:0, but then I’m like did they die? The ending had me lost, so I will assume that Lowen and Posey died. I didn’t want them to do that was so sad. They were Bonnie and Clyde in this book for real. I thought it was cute that they died together. The policemen suck lol they had Lowen in their possession and still didn’t get him, and all those people were standing out there to watch what will happen to them. it was crazy to even have kids out there. Very weird but I enjoy this, but it was worth reading even though it was a bit slow in the beginning.

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Book Description:

It’s hard living on the wrong side of the tracks.

Lowen Seely has a criminal record to prove it. Determined not to follow in his father’s footsteps, he fights instinct and tries honesty. But hunger becomes painful, and bills are due. Forced to choose between what is right and wrong, the boy from the hood learns abiding by the rules is nearly impossible when corruption is in your blood.

Falling for an outlaw has changed everything.

Poesy Ashby is the definition of ride or die, even when it means turning her back on freedom. The girl from the suburbs gives conformity the middle finger. Bonnie and Clyde have nothing on her love story.

On the run with consequences in the rearview mirror, Lowen and Poesy accept the truth: they are the bad guys.

But can they get away with their crimes?

Audible Audio
Published August 10th 2016 by Mary Elizabeth Literature (first published January 4th 2016)

Become a Criminal Profiler

Criminal profiling is an investigative profession used to assist law enforcement and government agencies pursuing unknown perpetrators. Criminal Profilers typically have a background in forensic and/or investigative psychology, giving them the skills needed to recognize the personality traits and characteristics of criminals based on crime scene evidence. FBI criminal profiling, criminal justice psychology, and detective positions are common jobs for profilers.

“It’s a combination of analyzing the physical and behavioral evidence, reconstructing a crime from the beginning to the end and coming up with the most scientific determination possible with the information available.”
The Profiler by Pat Brown

Additional background in relevant subgenres of psychological profiling also helps criminal profilers understand the complex facets of human behavior in relation to crime and the legal system. Criminal profilers commonly work for local, state or federal law enforcement agencies, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Additionally, there are criminal profilers that work independent of such agencies and provide their services upon request to lawyers, police departments and government agencies such as the FBI or National Security Administration (NSA).

The job of an FBI criminal profiler falls somewhere between the fields of law enforcement and psychology, often depicted in popular television shows and Hollywood movies. Also known as “criminal investigative analysis,” “crime action profiling” and “investigative psychology,” the job requires a certain degree of education and experience. FBI profiler requirements using the research and analytical skills relevant to the psychological sciences to better comprehend criminal behavior. When you earn your degree in criminal justice, you can open up more doors of opportunity and go further in your career. Use this site to find out more about careers in the field of criminal justice, and to contact the schools with programs that interest you. Whether you want to search by level of degree, a location of the school, or by career type, CriminalJusticePrograms.com is your place to start moving ahead.

 

Criminal Profiler and Psychological Profiling Job Description

Essentially, the criminal profiler’s job is to create a psychological profile of a criminal suspect, which can then be used to help catch the suspect. This is done by examining evidence from the crime, interviewing witnesses and victims, and analyzing crime scenes. Information gleaned from these investigations can then be used to help the profiler determine a pattern of criminal behavior, which hopefully can be used to find out more about the suspect (and potentially help to catch him or her). Aside from developing profiles of real-world criminals, criminal profilers may also conduct research and write reports on patterns of criminal behavior by going through old case studies and interviewing convicted criminals.

Curriculum and Course Requirements for Criminal Profilers

Here are some courses that may be included in your criminal justice program. If you are interested in the following areas, review our school listings on our Forensic Science Degrees page to request more information. With CriminalJusticePrograms.com you have an efficient way to connect with colleges that can prepare you for career success.

Mental Health Professionals, Social Science and Law

This course examines the interaction between mental health and the criminal justice system. Criminal profiling has a strong basis in understanding the role of mental health as it relates to law and the criminal justice system. Issues such as: civil commitment, mental health testimony, and the rights of mental health patients in a legal setting. Additionally, issues such as competency to stand trial and insanity defense pleas are analyzed. Child custody outcomes and disputes are reviewed and antisocial personality cases are examined. The objective is learning the applications and limitations of mental health within the judicial system.

Criminal Justice Psychology Research Methods and Design

The aim of this course is to understand and implement proper scientific research. Students will gain knowledge of different types of research (correlation vs. experimental) and the benefits and limitations of such methods. Research ethics will be an integral part of the course as students learn acceptable research practices. Additionally, the structure of research is explored through hypotheses testing, carrying out surveys, experimental design, evaluating programs and data analysis.

Criminal Psychological Assessment

In this course students learn how to apply and rank criminal assessment measures. Students administer, score, and interpret data results that are currently used in criminal forensic procedures. Included in these test are risk assessment, mental state during a criminal offense, competency, and psychopathology. As such, students will be able to apply diagnosis according to the American Psychological Association’s updated version of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM).

Human Growth and Development

This course focuses on developmental milestones that occur throughout an individual’s lifespan. Beginning from the prenatal stage through adulthood, students learn typical developmental landmarks in relation in age. Such stages include: prenatal, infancy, toddlerhood, childhood, adolescence and adulthood. The milestones include several aspects of development, such as physical, cognitive, social and emotional. Forensic aspects are also applied, including attachment, development of conscience, self-control, and risk management and preventive strategies.

Criminal Behavior

This course examines accepted theories of aggressive and criminal behavior and mentalities. Current classification models are used to analyze various viewpoints from cognitive, psychodynamic, social learning, and behavioral theories. To illustrate these theories, case studies are used to facilitate such applications. Additionally, issues such as sex crimes, delinquency and substance abuse may also be explored.

If you are interested in these courses, contact the schools on our Forensic Science Degrees page to learn more about their programs. We recommend contacting multiple schools to be sure you weigh your options carefully and make the best decision!

Criminal Profiler Salary and Career Outlook

Most criminal profiling jobs are at the state or federal level although a criminal profiler may also find employment as an independent consultant, or at colleges or universities. Since positions are so limited, criminal profiling is an extremely tough field to break into. The most prominent employer of profiler-type professionals is probably the Federal Bureau of Investigation, which first started systematically using criminal behavior analysts in the 1970s and continues to run a behavioral sciences unit. Other potential employers may include the Central Intelligence Agency, Department of Homeland Security and international law enforcement organizations like Interpol.

According to the 2012 data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the mean annual wage of detectives and criminal investigators in the US is $77,860, while the mean annual wage of psychologists is $86,380 and that of psychology educators at the post-secondary level is $74,240. These are probably good ballpark figures for what a criminal profiler salary looks like, although this number will vary based on the level of employment and experience.

 

Criminal Profiler Trends

Since its debut, criminal profiling has been met with skepticism as to how useful it is to the actual apprehension of criminals. Even so, most people agree that psychology-based criminal behavior analysis can at the least give us intriguing insights into the development and workings of a criminal mind. Criminal profiler job opportunities remain extremely limited and those interested in the field are increasingly likely to develop skills that permit them to work in other law enforcement jobs, notably criminal investigation and crime scene analysis. In order to score a high-profile job, like those offered by the FBI, prior law enforcement experience is a must. Those who don’t want to give up on the dream of a criminal profiler career are therefore well-advised to get their start by pursuing a job in criminal investigation or crime scene analysis.


Campus and Online colleges:


Kaplan University – Online (Online)

Programs Offered:

AAS in Criminal Justice (Military Only) (online), BS in Criminal Justice (Military Only) (online)

Keiser University eCampus (PF Online)

Programs Offered:

Master of Arts in Criminal Justice (online)

Alabama

Faulkner University (Montgomery, AL)

Programs Offered:

Associate of Science – Criminalistics

Remington College (Mobile, AL)

Programs Offered:

Criminal Justice – Associates

Alaska

University of Alaska-Anchorage (Anchorage, AK)

Programs Offered:

Justice Bachelor of Arts, Master of Public Administration-Criminal Justice Emphasis

Arizona

Argosy University (Online, AZ / Phoenix, AZ)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology – Criminal Justice Concentration, Bachelor of Arts in Psychology – Criminal Justice Concentration (online)

Arizona State University (Phoenix, AZ)

Programs Offered:

BS – Criminology and Criminal Justice (online)

Arkansas

Arkansas State University (State University, AR)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts – Criminology

Arkansas State University-Beebe (Beebe, AR)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts – Criminology

Remington College (Little Rock, AR)

Programs Offered:

Criminal Justice – Associates

California

Argosy University (Los Angeles, CA / Ontario (Inland Empire), CA / Orange, CA / San Diego, CA / San Francisco, CA)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology – Criminal Justice Concentration

Ashford University Online (San Diego, CA)

Programs Offered:

MS Criminal Justice (online)

Brightwood College (Bakersfield, CA / Palm Springs, CA / San Diego, CA / Vista, CA)

Programs Offered:

Associate Degree Criminal Justice – Bakersfield, Associate Degree Criminal Justice – Palm Springs, CA, Associate Degree Criminal Justice – San Diego, CA, Associate Degree Criminal Justice – Vista, CA

California State University-Los Angeles (Los Angeles, CA)

Programs Offered:

Master of Science – Criminalistics

Fresno City College (Fresno, CA)

Programs Offered:

Associate of Science – Criminology, Certificate – Criminology, Certificate of Achievement – Criminology

San Diego State University (San Diego, CA)

Programs Offered:

Master of Criminal Justice and Criminology – Criminal Justice and Criminology

Sonoma State University (Rohnert Park, CA)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Science – Criminology

University of La Verne (La Verne, CA)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Science – Criminology

University of the Rockies Online (San Diego, CA)

Programs Offered:

MA – Criminology and Justice Studies Specialization (online), PhD – Criminology and Justice Studies (online)

Colorado

Argosy University (Denver, CO)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology – Criminal Justice Concentration

Metropolitan State University of Denver (Denver, CO)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Science – Criminology

University of Denver (Denver, CO)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts – Criminology

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Connecticut

Central Connecticut State University (New Britain, CT)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts – Criminology

Delaware

University of Delaware (Newark, DE)

Programs Offered:

Doctor of Philosophy in Criminology, Master of Arts in Criminology

Florida

Argosy University (Sarasota, FL)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology – Criminal Justice Concentration

ASA College (Hialeah, FL / Maimi, FL)

Programs Offered:

Criminal Justice- Associate in Science`

Florida Memorial University (Miami Gardens, FL)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts – Criminology

Florida State University (Tallahassee, FL)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Science – Computer Criminology, Combined BS/MS Program – Criminology, Doctor of Philosophy – Criminal Justice and Criminology, Joint Master’s Degree – Criminology and Public Administration, Joint Master’s Degree – Criminology and Social Work, Master of Arts – Criminology (online)

Gulf Coast Community College (Panama City, FL)

Programs Offered:

Associate of Arts – Criminology / Criminal Justice (Transfer Track)

Keiser University (Orlando, FL / Tampa, FL)

Programs Offered:

Associate of Arts in Criminal Justice – Tampa, Associate of Arts in Homeland Security – Orlando, Associate of Science in Crime Scene Technology – Orlando, Associate of Science in Crime Scene Technology – Tampa, Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice – Orlando, Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice – Tampa, Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies – Orlando, Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies – Tampa, Bachelor of Science in Forensic Investigations – Orlando, Bachelor of Science in Forensic Investigations – Tampa, Master of Arts in Criminal Justice – Orlando, Master of Arts in Criminal Justice – Tampa

Southern Technical College (Online, FL)

Programs Offered:

A.S. – Criminal Justice (online)

St. Johns River State College (Palatka, FL)

Programs Offered:

Master of Science – Criminology & Criminal Justice

St. Petersburg College (Clearwater, FL)

Programs Offered:

Associate of Arts – Criminology

University of Florida (Gainesville, FL)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts – Criminology & Law, M.A./J.D. – Criminology, Law, and Society, Master of Arts – Criminology, Law, and Society, PhD – Criminology, Law, and Society

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts – Criminology, Doctor of Philosophy – Criminology, Master of Arts – Criminology

Georgia

Georgia State University (Atlanta, GA)

Programs Offered:

PhD – Criminal Justice and Criminology

Kennesaw State University (Kennesaw, GA)

Programs Offered:

Minor – Criminology

Hawaii

Chaminade University of Honolulu (Honolulu, HI)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Science – Criminology and Criminal Justice

Remington College (Honolulu, HI)

Programs Offered:

Criminal Justice – Associates, Criminal Justice- Bachelors

Illinois

Adler University (Chicago, IL)

Programs Offered:

Master of Arts in Industrial and Organizational Psychology (online)

Argosy University (Schaumburg, IL)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology – Criminal Justice Concentration

Southern Illinois University-Carbondale (Carbondale, IL)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts – Criminology

University of Illinois at Chicago (Chicago, IL)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts – Criminology, Law, and Justice, Doctor of Philosophy – Criminology, Law, and Justice, Master of Arts – Criminology, Law, and Justice

Indiana

Ball State University (Muncie, IN)

Programs Offered:

Associate of Arts – Criminology, Bachelor of Arts – Criminology

Butler University (Indianapolis, IN)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts – Criminology and Psychology, Bachelor of Arts – Criminology

Grace College and Theological Seminary (Winona Lake, IN)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts – Criminology, Bachelor of Science – Criminology

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Iowa

Buena Vista University (Storm Lake, IA)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Science – Criminology & Criminal Justice

Graceland University (Lamoni, IA)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts – Sociology – coursework in criminology, justice, etc.

Grand View University (Des Moines, IA)

Programs Offered:

Certificate – Paralegal Studies: Criminology

Iowa State University (Ames, IA)

Programs Offered:

Major in Criminology & Criminal Justice

Kaplan University (Cedar Falls, IA / Cedar Rapids, IA / Mason City, IA)

Programs Offered:

Associate of Applied Science in Criminal Justice and Criminology, Associate of Applied Science in Public Safety and Security, BS in Criminal Justice – Cedar Falls, IA, BS in Criminal Justice – Mason City, IA, BS in Legal Studies – Cedar Falls, IA, BS in Legal Studies, BSCJ – Crime Scene Investigation – Cedar Falls, BSCJ – Crime Scene Investigation, BSCJ – Forensic Psychology – Mason City, IA, BSCJ – Homeland Security – Cedar Falls, IA, BSCJ – Homeland Security – Mason City, IA, BSCJ – Juvenile Justice – Mason City, IA, BSCJ – Law Enforcement – Cedar Falls, IA, BSCJ – Law Enforcement – Mason City, IA, MPA – Criminal Justice – Cedar Falls, IA, MPA – Criminal Justice, MPA – Emergency and Disaster Management, MS in Criminal Justice – Cedar Falls, IA, MS in Criminal Justice – Mason City, IA, MS in Homeland Security and Emergency Management – Cedar Falls, IA, MS in Homeland Security and Emergency Management – Mason City, IA, MS in Legal Studies, MSCJ – Corrections – Cedar Falls, IA, MSCJ – Corrections – Cedar Rapids, IA, MSCJ – Corrections – Mason City, IA, MSCJ – Global Issues in Criminal Justice – Cedar Rapids, IA, MSCJ – Global Issues in Criminal Justice, MSCJ – Law – Cedar Falls, IA, MSCJ – Law – Mason City, IA, MSCJ – Leadership/Executive Management, Undergraduate in Legal Studies

Saint Ambrose University (Davenport, IA)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts – Criminalistics

Upper Iowa University (Fayette, IA)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Science – Criminology

Kentucky

Daymar College (Bellevue, KY / Bowling Green, KY)

Programs Offered:

Associates in Criminal Justice, Criminal Justice – Associate, Criminal Justice – Diploma

Morehead State University (Morehead, KY)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts – Criminology, Master of Arts – Criminology

Northern Kentucky University (Highland Heights, KY)

Programs Offered:

Minor – Criminalistics

Western Kentucky University (Bowling Green, KY)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts – Criminology, Master of Arts – Criminology (online)

Louisiana

McCann School of Business & Technology (Monroe, LA)

Programs Offered:

Criminal Justice – Associate in Occupational Science – Monroe, LA

Remington College (Lafayette, LA / Shreveport, LA)

Programs Offered:

Criminal Justice – Associates

Maine

Kaplan University (South Portland, ME)

Programs Offered:

Associate of Applied Science in Criminal Justice and Criminology, Associate of Applied Science in Public Safety and Security, BS in Criminal Justice – South Portland, ME, BS in Legal Studies, BSCJ – Crime Scene Investigation, BSCJ – Forensic Psychology – South Portland, NE, BSCJ – Homeland Security – South Portland, ME, BSCJ – Law Enforcement – South Portland, ME, MPA – Criminal Justice, MS in Criminal Justice – South Portland, ME, MS in Homeland Security and Emergency Management – South Portland, ME, MS in Legal Studies, MSCJ – Corrections – South Portland, ME, MSCJ – Global Issues in Criminal Justice, MSCJ – Law – South Portland, ME, MSCJ – Leadership/Executive Management, Undergraduate in Legal Studies

Maryland

University of Maryland Eastern Shore (Princess Anne, MD)

Programs Offered:

Master of Science – Criminology and Criminal Justice

Massachusetts

Assumption College (Worcester, MA)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor Degree – Sociology and Anthropology – Concentration in Criminology

Northeastern University (Boston, MA)

Programs Offered:

Doctor of Philosophy – Criminology and Justice Policy

University of Massachusetts-Boston (Boston, MA)

Programs Offered:

Forensic Criminology (online)

University of Massachusetts-Lowell (Lowell, MA)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Science – Criminal Justice and Criminology, Doctoral Program in Criminology and Criminal Justice, Graduate Certificate – Forensic Criminology (online), Master of Arts – Criminal Justice and Criminology (online)

Michigan

Baker College (Auburn Hills, MI / Cadillac, MI / Clinton Township, MI / Flint, MI / Jackson, MI / Muskegon, MI / Port Huron, MI)

Programs Offered:

Criminal Justice – Associate

Eastern Michigan University (Ypsilanti, MI)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts – Criminology

Lake Superior State University (Sault Ste Marie, MI)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Science – Criminal Justice – Criminalistics (online)

Minnesota

Argosy University (Twin Cities, MN)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology – Criminal Justice Concentration

Central Lakes College-Brainerd (Brainerd, MN)

Programs Offered:

Associate of Science – Criminalistics

Rasmussen College Online (Mankato, MN)

Programs Offered:

Paralegal Certificate (online)

University of Minnesota (Minneapolis, MN)

Programs Offered:

B.A. – Sociology of Law, Criminology, and Deviance

Mississippi

Jackson State University (Jackson, MS)

Programs Offered:

Master of Arts – Criminology and Justice Services

Mississippi State University (Meridian, MS)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts in Criminology

Missouri

Avila University (Kansas City, MO)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts – Criminology and Justice Studies

Columbia College (Columbia, MO)

Programs Offered:

Minor – Criminology

Drury University (Springfield, MO)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts – Criminology

Maryville University of Saint Louis (Saint Louis, MO)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts – Criminal Justice / Criminology

Missouri State University (Springfield, MO)

Programs Offered:

BA in Criminology, BS in Criminology, MSAS Criminal Justice, Master of Science in Criminology (Accelerated, Traditional, or Online) (online)

Saint Louis University (Saint Louis, MO)

Programs Offered:

Master of Arts – Public Sociology and Criminology

University of Missouri-Kansas City (Kansas City, MO)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts – Criminal Justice and Criminology

University of Missouri-St. Louis (St. Louis, MO)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor Degree – Criminology and Criminal Justice, Master of Arts – Criminology and Criminal Justice, PhD – Criminology and Criminal Justice

Vatterott College (Saint Joseph, MO)

Programs Offered:

Associate Degree Criminal Justice – Saint Joseph

Montana

The University of Montana (Montana, MT)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts – Sociology – Criminology Option, Master of Arts – Sociology – Criminology Option

Nebraska

University of Nebraska-Omaha (Omaha, NE)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Science – Criminology and Criminal Justice, Doctor of Philosophy – Criminology and Criminal Justice, Master of Arts – Criminology and Criminal Justice, Master of Science – Criminology and Criminal Justice – Counseling, Master of Science – Criminology and Criminal Justice – Public Administration, Master of Science – Criminology and Criminal Justice

Nevada

Brightwood College (Las Vegas, NV)

Programs Offered:

Associate Degree Criminal Justice – Las Vegas, NV

New Hampshire

Southern New Hampshire University (Hookset, NH)

Programs Offered:

BS – Justice Studies/Crime and Criminology (online)

New Jersey

Centenary College (Hackettstown, NJ)

Programs Offered:

Certificate – Criminalistics

Fairleigh Dickinson University (Teaneck, NJ)

Programs Offered:

Minor – Criminology

The College of New Jersey (Ewing, NJ)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Science – Criminology

New Mexico

University of New Mexico (Albuquerque, NM)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts – Criminology

University of New Mexico – Valencia Campus (Los Lunas, NM)

Programs Offered:

Associate of Arts – Criminology

New York

Cazenovia College (Cazenovia, NY)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Science – Criminology & Homeland Security

CUNY John Jay College Criminal Justice (New York, NY)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts – Criminology

Excelsior College (Albany, NY)

Programs Offered:

AS – Criminal Justice (Online)

Keuka College (Keuka Park, NY)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Science – Criminology and Criminal Justice

Niagara University (Lewiston, NY)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Science – Criminology and Criminal Justice

St. Joseph’s College New York (Brooklyn, NY)

Programs Offered:

Bachelors in Criminal Justice – Law and Justice

North Carolina

Barton College (Wilson, NC)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Science – Criminology

ECPI University (Charlotte, NC / Greensboro, NC / Raleigh, NC)

Programs Offered:

Bachelors in Criminal Justice – Charlotte, Bachelors in Criminal Justice – Raleigh, Cyber and Network Security – Bachelor – Charlotte, Cyber and Network Security – Bachelor – Raleigh

Johnson C Smith University (Charlotte, NC)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts – Criminology

Miller-Motte College (Cary, NC / Fayetteville, NC / Wilmington, NC)

Programs Offered:

Criminal Justice – Associate of Applied Science – Fayetteville, NC, Criminal Justice – Associate of Applied Science – Wilmington, NC, Criminal Justice – Associate of Applied Science (online), Criminal Justice – Bachelor of Science (online)

Mount Olive College (Mount Olive, NC)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Science – Criminal Justice and Criminology

The University of North Carolina at Wilmington (Wilmington, NC)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts – Criminology – Criminal Justice, Bachelor of Arts – Criminology, Master of Arts – Criminology and Public Sociology

Ohio

Cleveland State University (Cleveland, OH)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor Degree – Criminology

College of Mount St. Joseph (Cincinnati, OH)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Science – Criminology / Sociology

Daymar College (Columbus, OH)

Programs Offered:

Criminal Justice – Associate

Miami Jacobs Career College (Columbus, OH / Independence, OH)

Programs Offered:

Criminal Justice – Associate of Applied Business – Columbus, OH, Criminal Justice – Associate of Applied Business – Independence, OH

Remington College (Cleveland, OH)

Programs Offered:

Criminal Justice – Associates

Oklahoma

Oklahoma City University (Oklahoma City, OK)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Science – Justice Studies: Criminology, Master of Science – Criminology

Oregon

Portland State University (Portland, OR)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts – Criminology (online), MS in Criminology and Criminal Justice

Rogue Community College (Grants Pass, OR)

Programs Offered:

Associate of Science – Criminology

Southern Oregon University (Ashland, OR)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts – Criminology & Criminal Justice (CCJ), Bachelor of Science – Criminology & Criminal Justice (CCJ)

Pennsylvania

California University of Pennsylvania (California, PA)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Science – Criminology, Master of Arts in Applied Criminology (online)

Community College of Allegheny County (Pittsburgh, PA)

Programs Offered:

Associate of Science – Criminology

Immaculata University (Immaculata, PA)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts – Criminology/Sociology

La Roche College (Pittsburgh, PA)

Programs Offered:

Certificate – Criminalistics

McCann School of Business & Technology (Allentown, PA / Pottsville, PA)

Programs Offered:

Criminal Justice – Associate in Specialized Business – Allentown, PA, Criminal Justice – Associate in Specialized Business – Pottsville, PA

Mount Aloysius College (Cresson, PA)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts – Criminology

Saint Joseph’s University (Philadelphia, PA)

Programs Offered:

MS – Behavior Analysis (online)

Slippery Rock University (Slippery Rock, PA)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts – Criminology and Criminal Justice

Wilkes University (Wilkes-Barre, PA)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts – Criminology

Puerto Rico

Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Puerto Rico (Mayaguez, PR)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts – Criminology, Master in Social Sciences – Criminology

South Carolina

Coker College (Hartsville, SC)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts – Criminology

Miller-Motte Technical College (Charleston, SC)

Programs Offered:

Criminal Justice – Associate of Applied Science – Charleston, SC

Tennessee

Argosy University (Nashville, TN)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology – Criminal Justice Concentration

Daymar College (Clarksville, TN / Murfreesboro, TN / Nashville, TN)

Programs Offered:

Criminal Justice – Bachelor, Criminal Justice Associate, Criminal Justice Diploma, Criminal Justice- Diploma

East Tennessee State University (Johnson City, TN)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts – Criminology, Master of Science – Criminology

Miller-Motte College Online (Chattanooga, TN)

Programs Offered:

Criminal Justice – Bachelor of Science (online)

Miller-Motte Technical College (Chattanooga, TN)

Programs Offered:

Criminal Justice – Associate of Applied Science – Chattanooga, TN

Remington College (Nashville, TN)

Programs Offered:

Criminal Justice – Associates

University of Memphis (Memphis, TN)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts – Criminology and Criminal Justice, Master of Arts – Criminology and Criminal Justice

Texas

Argosy University (Dallas, TX)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology – Criminal Justice Concentration

Brightwood College (Beaumont, TX / Laredo, TX)

Programs Offered:

Associate Degree Criminal Justice – Beaumont, Associate Degree Criminal Justice – Laredo, TX

Remington College (Fort Worth, TX / Garland, TX / North Houston (Greenspoint), TX)

Programs Offered:

Criminal Justice – Associates, Criminal Justice – Bachelor, Criminal Justice – Bachelors, Criminal Justice- Bachelor

Sam Houston State University (Huntsville, TX)

Programs Offered:

Master of Arts – Criminology

St Edward’s University (Austin, TX)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts – Criminology

Texas A&M University Commerce (Commerce, TX)

Programs Offered:

Masters in Applied Criminology (online)

The University of Texas at Arlington (Arlington, TX)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts – Criminology and Criminal Justice

The University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College (Brownsville, TX)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Science – Criminology

The University of Texas of the Permian Basin (Odessa, TX)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts – Criminology

University of Houston-Clear Lake (Houston, TX)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Science – Criminology, Master of Arts – Criminology

Vista College Online (Richardson, TX)

Programs Offered:

Criminal Justice Associate Degree (AAS) (online)

Utah

Argosy University (Salt Lake City, UT)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology – Criminal Justice Concentration

Virginia

Argosy University (Washington, DC, VA)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology – Criminal Justice Concentration

ECPI University (Manassas, VA / Newport News, VA)
Programs Offered:

Bachelors in Homeland Security – Newport News, Cyber and Network Security – Bachelors – Manassas

Hampton University (Hampton, VA)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Science – Criminal Justice/Criminology

John Tyler Community College (Chester, VA)

Programs Offered:

Associate of Applied Science – Criminology

Longwood University (Farmville, VA)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Arts – Criminology

Old Dominion University (Norfolk, VA)

Programs Offered:

PhD – Criminology and Criminal Justice

West Virginia University (Morgantown, WV)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Science – Criminology and Investigations

Wisconsin

Marquette University (Milwaukee, WI)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Science – Criminology and Law Studies

University of Wisconsin-Platteville (Platteville, WI)

Programs Offered:

Bachelor of Science – Chemistry – Criminalistics

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How to Get a Job like on TV’s “Criminal Minds” … in Real Life

How to Get a Job like TV’s “Criminal Minds” in Real Life

If you are interested in a job like Criminal Minds, then you need to become an investigator. Investigators specializing in the inductive and deductive reasoning to create a criminal profile based on characteristics are sometimes referred to as criminal profilers.

The majority of profilers are actually law enforcement investigators that have several years of experience in violent crimes, have completed specialized training, and received degrees in psychology and forensic science.

Skill Requirements and Education

There are numerous professions in the field of forensic psychology, criminal profiling is just one of them. A profiler must undergo extensive training and meet particular educational requirements. He must also have experience in relation to violent crimes. To be a successful criminal profiler, you will need to have no less than a master’s degree.

Most profilers hold doctorates in behavioral sciences. These behavioral sciences include psychology, specializing in human and criminal behavior.

Federal Bureau of Investigation

The FBI does not have employees who are referred to as FBI profilers; the agents who perform criminal profiling also provide threat assessments, case management advice and interviewing strategies to law enforcement agencies all over the world.

The National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime (NCAVC)

The NCAVC is located in Quantico, Virginia. To become a special agent at the NCAVC, you must have at least three years of service as an FBI special agent. Because there are numerous candidates for these positions, generally the successful candidates have up to 10 years of experience investigating abductions as well as violent and sexual crimes. Preferred educational requirements for this type of position include an advanced degree in Forensic or Behavioral Science.

That said, it is possible to become employed at the NCAVC without becoming a special agent.

Other positions available include:

  • Violent Crime Resource Specialists
  • Intelligence Research Specialists
  • Crime Analysts

These careers are research positions requiring an in-depth knowledge of data collection, research methodology, and analysis.

Homicide Detective

A career that is similar to a profiler is a homicide detective. If you decide you would like to become a homicide detective, you should take online courses related to criminal justice and/or law enforcement.

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