Nora’s Crim Jobroll: February 28, 2018

Intel command centerWrapping up February with a job search?
Look no further!

In her role as the Undergraduate Criminal Justice Advisor and Program Coordinator at the School of Public Affairs, Nora Scanlon gets the inside scoop on a wide range of criminology and criminal justice jobs.

Please share with anyone you feel might be interested!

  1. Police Officer with Denver Police Department
  2. Victim Specialist On-Call with City and County of Denver
  3. Victim Advocate with Denver District Attorney’s Office
  4. Bilingual Case Manager/Outreach Worker with Latina Safehouse
  5. Program Administrator- Inmate Programs with Denver Sheriff Department
  6. Special Agent with FBI
  7. Deputy Sheriff- June 2018 Academic with City and County of Denver Sheriff’s Department
  8. Detention Deputy with Weld County
  9. Academy Cadet with Adam’s County Sheriff’s Office
  10. Police Officer- New Recruits, Entry Level Police Officers, and Lateral with City Greenwood Village
  11. Police Operations Support Technology with City of Greenwood Village
  12. Police Records Technician with City of Louisville Police Department
  13. Victim Outreach Program Specialist II with Boulder County Sheriff’s Office
  14. Assessment Specialist with Juvenile Assessment Center
  15. Court Judicial Assistant with Colorado Judicial Branch (Golden)
  16. Court Judicial Assistant with Colorado Judicial Branch (Denver)
  17. Collections Investigator with Colorado Judicial Branch (Centennial)
  18. Probation/ Pretrial Services Administrative Assistant with US Probation Office (Colorado Springs)
  19. Victim Witness Specialist with Department of Justice (Des Moines, Iowa)
  20. Student Trainee (Investigations) with Office of Inspector General (Norwalk, California)
  21. United States Probation Officer with U.S. Courts
  22. Sexual Assault Response Coordinator with Department of the Navy (Fallon, Nevada)
  23. Correctional Officer with Department of Justice

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1 reply

  1. We very much respect law enforcement and we thank the women and men in uniform who put their lives in danger to protect others. As a thought, consider a career in criminal justice from a different perspective: the perspective of the criminal defense attorney. God bless and thank you to all the women and men who dedicate their lives to helping others. Chris


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