How To Become A Correctional Officer In Nevada

Correctional Officer

In 2016 the State of Nevada has approximately 13,637 people incarcerated state prison. In order to maintain these prisoners in a safe and secure environment, the state’s Department of Corrections employs over 2,400 people. Correctional officers are a vital part of Nevada’s criminal justice system, ensuring that those incarcerated in the state serve out the full extent of their sentence, while also facilitating prisoner participation reformative activities such as educational activities and vocational training. In this article, we will be looking at how you can become a correctional officer in the state of Nevada and what the educational, physical and..


5 Government Resources For Criminal Justice Students

Criminal Justice Resources

One of the easiest ways for you to make the best of your criminal justice course is to take advantage of all the resources that are available to criminal justice students on the internet. While there are a huge range of websites and blogs to choose from, some of the best are actually run by the U.S. Government. Below are five of the best government resources that criminal justice students can use in their studies.   1. U.S. Department of Justice - The U.S. Department of Justice website is filled with useful information for past and current criminal justice students...


How To Become A Private Investigator in Nevada

A Private Investigator in Nevada

The image of the grizzled private investigator (PI) has become a permanent part of our popular culture, but the reality is that the PI role increasingly demands specialized training and, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, is also increasingly in demand, with 11% job growth predicted over the next decade. Becoming a PI in Nevada requires specific training, qualifications and experience before you can achieve your license. In this article we’ll look at what the steps are for becoming a private investigator. 5 Steps To Becoming A Private Investigator 1. Decide on a specialization - Many PIs specialize in..


How To Network As A Criminal Justice Graduate

Criminal Justice network

Networking is an excellent tool for finding a job as new criminal justice graduate, attracting clients and building a support network of people in the same field as you. As a new graduate, making as many connections as possible can drastically increase your chance of finding work or establishing yourself as a freelance operator. To help you build your network, we've listed some common ways you can connect with other people in the criminal justice field. Networking Tips LinkedIn - Regardless of what field your chosen career is in, LinkedIn is an excellent tool for connecting with your peers and..


What Jobs Can I Get With A Criminal Justice Qualification?

Criminal Justice Job Interview

A criminal justice degree is a gateway to a wide ranging selection of career opportunities that encompasses everything from working as part of Nevada’s Gaming Control Board as a Gaming Investigator, to patrolling the wilderness as a Fish and Game Warden. Below are just some of the jobs that you can pursue as a graduate of our Criminal Justice School. Police Officer Average annual salary - $55,010   Police Officers make up the backbone of any state’s law enforcement division and are on the frontline of crime prevention in the U.S. Working within the community to both prevent crime and..


How To Become A Gaming Surveillance Officer

A Gaming Surveillance Officer

Nevada's gaming surveillance officers are a fundamental part of the state's gaming industry, providing necessary oversight and security for both management and customers. Their importance to the Nevada gaming industry is reflected in their wages, which are some of the highest available, for the role, in the US.   The gaming industry's total economic impact in Nevada during 2016 was nearly $69 billion, making it the single most significant financial contributor in the state. The sector also accounted for 468,000 jobs during the past year, totaling around 36% of Nevada's combined employment base. The sheer success of the gaming industry..