What jobs are there to do with criminals?

I'm doing some research for a paper and I need to know the different types of jobs to do with criminals, I know there are the obvious police officers, private investigators, undercover police officers but what are the less known jobs out there? And what do they do?

Asked By: - 4/4/2012
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Police Officer... More
Answered By: Teresa - 4/4/2012
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forensic dept
Answered By: eric cartman - 4/4/2012
Answered By: Thomas I - 4/4/2012
Prison Guard, Social Workers, Psychoanalyists and Therapists.
Answered By: Squidmaster - 4/4/2012
Criminal psychologist/Criminologist.
Answered By: Lost Horizon - 4/4/2012
Answered By: Hector - 4/4/2012
probation officers.
Answered By: Doin - 4/4/2012
Not everyone under investigation or even arrest is necessarily a "criminal". Innocent until Proven guilty. So, to prove it: DA';s. their staff, their investigators. FBI, forensics, psychologists, ballistics.
Answered By: Dan - 4/4/2012
Psychologists, Counselors, medical professionals, forensics, profilers, Insurance investigators, Bounty hunters, bail bondsmen, court employees such as judges, clerks and balifs. Librarians (in jails). Lawyers obviously both in that half of them are worst than the people they defend/prosecute. Reporters.
Answered By: draciron - 4/4/2012
volenteers for charities etc careers thing like cooks and clearners in half way house residends etc
Answered By: B - 4/4/2012
What do you want as answer? When we quote you jobs you click on the thumb down. Unless you don't understand the meaning. Thumb down = negative response Thumb up = positive response. Hope this help you.
Answered By: James - 4/4/2012
Here in the US, we have adult probation officers, juvenile probation officers, parole officers, Bail enforcement agents, jail (gaol) detention officers, Corrections officers. bail bondsmen, judges, court clerks, bailiffs. The list can go on to court reporters, lawyers, paralegals and more. There is an old saying, '... More
Answered By: Starlord - 4/4/2012
Education. I work in a YOI with Lifers, part of my job is to Invigilate their exams. UK
Answered By: Kernow Lady - 4/4/2012
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