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Grambling State University
Grambling State University (Master's)
I have been in the Criminal Justice field for 15 years now and counting. I have a Bachelor's and a Master's degree from Grambling State University in Criminal Justice. I am currently working for the U.S. Dept of Justice (Bureau of Prisons), and as an adjunct criminal justice professor for a local community college. Before accepting a position with the federal government I was an adult probation officer for Dallas County, a full-time criminal justice professor, and a district parole officer for the state of Texas.
I thoroughly enjoy working in the criminal justice field. I have been teaching for over 9 years now and I because of my extensive background, I have been able to incorporate my work experience into my classroom for better understanding of the subject matter. I have been in the Criminal Justice field for 15 years now and counting. I have a Bachelor's and a Master's degree from Grambling State University in Criminal Justice. I am currently working for the U.S. Dept of Justice (Bureau of Prisons), and as an adjunct criminal
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I have a Bachelors and Masters degree in Criminal Justice.
I have over 15 years of experience in the Criminal Justice field.
I have 9 years of Criminal Justice teaching experience, which includes the following subject areas: Introduction to Criminal Justice, Police Systems, Victimology, Juvenile Justice, Community Corrections, etc.