Careers in Law Enforcement
- Coy H. Johnston - Arizona State University School of Criminology and Criminal Justice
Getting into the police | Police Studies
Careers in Law Enforcement is a valuable resource for students considering a career in the criminal justice field, specifically in policing. Written in a concise and conversational tone, author Coy H. Johnston includes three main sections: planning a realistic path, selecting an appropriate career path in law enforcement, and preparing for the hiring process. The first chapter offers students a unique opportunity to take a personality/career test to help them discover the types of jobs that might be a good fit. Consequently, students will set sensible goals at the beginning of their degree program and seek appropriate internships and volunteer opportunities. This text is a helpful resource students will be able to peruse repeatedly when they are ready to start the process of applying for jobs within law enforcement.
The open-access Student Study Site includes the following:
- Psychology profile test
- Career videos that focus on a variety of professions in the criminal justice field