Municipal, county and state law enforcement organizations seek the most qualified candidates to fill police officer, deputy sheriff and state trooper positions. Law enforcement candidates are now more often pursuing degrees in criminal justice, law, forensic science and related fields as a way to remain competitive and prepare for the rigors of law enforcement work. Most law enforcement organizations recognize that an associate’s, bachelor’s, or master’s degree is about more than academic achievement – it also represents determination and a commitment to excellence.
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