Note that these links remain raw, that is, rather than place the title name of the page and embed the link, we have added these in actual link format. The reason is so that rather than simply give our readers a link to a site we think will help in seeking a career, the list can also be used to get ideas.
For instance, notice that there are sites specifically for correctional officers which also have a jobs section as seen in the first link on this page. Then there are jobs from general job boards such as Monster and Indeed. There are also jobs in government agencies which at the time of this page creation but may change by the time a job-seeker goes to the site. Some of these include the FBI, BOP, DOJ, and BJS.
The point is, but seeing the actual link, those seeking a career in criminal justice and law are better equipped to get ideas about searching for jobs rather than just relying on our recommendations. We hope you find this format to your liking, but if not, feel free to let us know.
Note too that this list is not exhaustive. We will be adding to this list as we find useful sites which actually list open positions. Every attempt will be made to eliminate sites which change over time to instead attempt to solicit rather than list open jobs so if you find one of these sites among this list, please let us know. And be sure to bookmark this page for easy reference because as mentioned, we will be continually updating this information.
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