Criminal justice schools in Washington prepare students for entry-level careers within the justice system. Criminal justice degrees are typically offered at the community college and four-year collegiate levels. Coursework cover criminal justice organizations, evidence, criminal justice policy and law, traffic control, constitutional law, criminal behavior, and the juvenile justice system. Graduates often enroll in the police academy to become law enforcement officers. Other careers include private investigation, private security, juvenile probation officer, correctional officer, and FBI agent. The career field is expected to grow at a steady rate over the next 7-10 years according to labor experts.
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