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Job Overviews from Occupational Outlook Handbook (January 2014)

Correctional Officers Entry
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Police and Detectives Entry
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Police, Fire, and Ambulance Dispatchers
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Private Detectives and Investigators
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Probation Officers and Correctional Treatment Specialists
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Security Guards and Gaming Surveillance Officers
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Job Information Sites Hosted by Academic Institutions

Criminal Justice Career Opportunities
Maintained by the Michigan State University School of Criminal Justice.
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Job Information Sites Hosted by Associations or Other Groups

Blue Line: Police Opportunity Monitor
Covers law enforcement, public safety, firefighter, and emt jobs.
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Searching for a law enforcement position outside the federal government? Try this new service. Also covers other careers as well.
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Careers with the CIA
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Criminal Justice Degree, College, and Career Blog
Offers many career choices in fields of law enforcement, corrections, and forensic science, to name a few. The myriad careers span local, county, state and federal levels. All careers list salaries, training info, educational requirements, and further career prospects. Courtesy of Radek M. Gadek, MCJ Criminal Justice Degree, College and Career Blog, Founder.
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Criminal Justice Degree Schools
For more information, contact Rob Voce - rob@project8labs.com
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Criminal Justice USA (Protecting America)
Selecting the right criminal justice career requires reliable information about the opportunities that exist in the criminal justice industry. Regrettably, many students and professionals are quick to pursue an academic or career path that ultimately does not lead them to the career they were hoping for. CriminalJusticeUSA.com provides aspiring criminal justice professionals with current, reliable and informative career information and job descriptions designed to help them make an informed decision when it comes to selecting a career in criminal justice or law enforcement.
Job descriptions are provided for: ATF Agent, Bailiff, CIA Agent, Coast Guard, Compliance Officer, Corrections Officer, Court Reporter, Court Clerk, Criminalist, Criminologist, Customs Agent, DEA Agent, FBI Agent, Forensic Psychology, Forensic Science, INS Agent, Private Security, Police Detective, Police Officer, Probation Officer, Private Investigator, Secret Service, Sheriff, and US Marshall.
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FBIHow : Learn How to Become a FBI Agent
Serves as a guide and resource in helping those with a desire to learn how to become an FBI special agent. Each tab on the sidebar contains important information and tips regarding things you can start working towards now in order to increase your chances of landing the job. These same guidelines can also be applied to other jobs that are similar in nature, such as a CIA agent, police officer, or security guard.
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Federal Jobs Digest
You can select law enforcement as an occupation group under live jobs.
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Fire Jobs : Firefighter, EMT, and Emergency Service Positions
Your Up-to-the-Minute Source for Police and Fire Department Employment Opportunities. Requires membership for access to full database.
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From Military to Public Service : Criminal Justice & Veterans
Education & Career Resources for Veterans Transitioning to Criminal Justice
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Provides listings of hundreds of local, state, and federal law enforcement job openings. Also provides career guidance information on the different types of law enforcement occupations.
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Homeland Security Careers and Related Information
Courtesy of HomelandSecurity.edu
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How to Become a Police Officer
Over the last several decades, the number of criminal justice programs at colleges and universities in the US has grown, and although their focus has evolved from the practical nuts-and-bolts police science programs of old to a comprehensive, interdisciplinary study of crime, criminals, and the whole criminal justice system, law enforcement remains a popular focus. The number of police officers (also referred to as peace officers or cops) is expected to grow 7% (close to 60,000) in this decade, and it's worthwhile for young people who are planning to enter this occupation to be prepared for the lengthy, multi-step process.1,2 The goal of this site is to clearly communicate these steps. This guide was written by William Prince, Adjunct Instructor of Criminal Justice at Wharton County Junior College.
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International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators
Career Center
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PoliceHow : Learn How to Become a Politce Officer
Serves as a guide and resource in assisting those who wish to know how to become a police officer. Each tab on the sidebar contains important information regarding things you can start doing today that will help prepare you to obtain an interview with a local police department. In order to stand out from other police applicants and shine come interview time, you'll want to have a resume filled with relevant job experience, a solid educational background, and useful work skills. These same guidelines can also be applied to other jobs similar in nature, such as probation officers, federal agents (FBI), police detectives, private investigators, and security guards.
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Public Service Employment Association
Requires paid subscription to access job listings.
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Job Information Sites Hosted by State and Federal Agencies

FireScienceOnline Guide to Public Service Careers
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Michigan Civil Service Commission Job Listings
If you want to work for the state of Michigan, then you have deal with the Michigan Civil Service. Provides information on how to seek employment with the state.
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Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards (MCOLES) Michigan Law Enforcement Job Postings http://www.michigan.gov/mcoles/0,4607,7-229-41622_43126_67514---,00.html
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Michigan Department of Corrections
Corrections Officer Academy
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Michigan State Police
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Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Careers and Internships
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Federal Aviation Administration
Currently hiring security personnel.
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FBI Special Agents
As an independent resource, FBIAgentEDU.org serves as an objective source of information for those interested in learning about everything from education and experience requirements, to job duties and salary expectations specific to careers with the Federal Bureau of Investigations....FBIAgentEDU.org was created for the men and women whose character and integrity has inspired them to pursue service as FBI Special Agents trained in everything from counterespionage and counterterrorism, to crisis negotiation and tactical operations. This site is also a useful resource for would-be FBI professional staff interested in serving in any one of the dozens of different FBI support roles; from linguistics and tactical support, to surveillance and investigative support....Visitors are encouraged to use this resource freely to gather information that would be useful in preparing for careers with the Federal Bureau of Investigations.
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Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) Job Links
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) investigates violations of all Federal laws that are not covered in the jurisdiction of other Federal agencies. These investigations may include bank roberies, kidnapping, treason, civil rights violations, extortions, and the assaulting or killing of any Federal Government employee. The FBI runs a national crime lab, the National Crime Information Center (NCIC), and maintains a centralized system of fingerprint identification. This is probably the most varied and interesting of all criminal justice careers. The home page also provides information about major investigations, the ten most wanted, case files, press releases, and even a tour.
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Federal Bureau of Prisons Employment Information
The Federal Bureau of Prisons is the fastest growing Federal Agency. Federal Law Enforcement career opportunities are greater in the Bureau of Prisons than any of the other agencies on this list. The Bureau of Prisons provides a safe and secure living environment for the inmates that have been sentenced in Federal Court. These are the inmates that were caught and prosecuted by the other Federal Law Enforcement officers on this page. Career advancement opportunites, a stable work environment, and the opportunities to transfer to any area of the country are reasons to consider a career with the Bureau of Prisons. The agency's web site also features documents and articles such as "A Brief History of Alcatraz", current congressional budget requests, a federal prison facilities locator, how to locate federal and state inmates, and quick facts and statistics.
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U.S. Department of Defense
Washington Headquarters Services
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U.S. Department of Justice Careers
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U.S. Marshal's Service Career Opportunities
Deputy United States Marshals supervise the security of Federal Court Proceedings by maintaining order, guarding prisoners, and serving orders of the courts. They also run the Federal Witness Protection Program, and transport all Federal Prisoners to court proceedings, as well as transport inmates from one Federal Prison to another. Deputy Marshals are well paid and have significant opportunites for career advancements. In addition to an overview of the agency's activities and responsibilities, the web site provides information about recruitment and where district offices are located.
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U.S. Secret Service Current Job Opportunities
The Secret Service is a federal law enforcement agency headquartered in Washington, D.C., with more than 150 offices throughout the United States and abroad. The Secret Service is mandated by Congress to carry out dual missions: protection and criminal investigations. The protective mission of the Secret Service encompasses protection of, among others, the President, the Vice President, former presidents, visiting heads of state, and major presidential and vice presidential candidates. The investigative mission of the Secret Service entails the investigation and enforcement of a variety of crimes, to include, but not limited to, counterfeiting, financial institution fraud, computer and telecommunications fraud, access device fraud, and money laundering violations.
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Books Available in the MSU Libraries

Career Planning in Criminal Justice. Robert C. DeLucia and Thomas J. Doyle. Cincinnati, Oh. : Anderson Publishing, 1994. 2nd edition, 178pp. Main Library Stacks HV9950 .D45 1994
Chapter titles include:

  • The Value of Career Planning and Education
  • Careers in Law Enforcement
  • Careers in the Courts
  • Careers in Corrections
  • Careers in Forensic Science/Criminalistics
  • Careers in Private Security
  • Hearing from Criminal Justice Professionals
  • Testing the Waters: The Value of Internship Experience
  • The Job Hunt
  • Pursuing Further Education to Enhance Career Opportunity

    Careers in criminal justice. Coy H. Johnston. Los Angeles : Sage Publications, Inc., {2014}. 229pp. Career Collection (1 East) HV8143 .J642 2015
    This book prepares students to plan, pursue, and realize their career goals--from the planning stage through the hiring process. Its contemporary approach emphasizes the need of students' self-reflection and pragmatism in the pursuit of self-fulfillment and happiness. With coverage of over forty careers in policing, courts, corrections, and victim servies, this text provides a comprehensive overview of the most popular and growing careers in the field."

    Careers in law, criminal justice & emergency services. Michael Shally-Jensen, Ph.D., editor. Ipswich, Massachusetts : Grey House Publishing/Salem Press, [2014] 331pp. Career Collection (1 East) HV9950 .C36 2014
    Examines twenty occupations in law and criminology, including courts and court administration, law enforcement and investigation, computer security, and more.

    The FBI Career Guide : Inside Information on Getting Chosen for and Succeeding in One of the Toughest, Most Prestigious Jobs in the World. Joseph W. Koletar. New York : AMACOM, c2006. 207pp. Main Library HV8144.F43 K65 2006
    In the three years following the September 11th attacks, 150,000 people applied to be Special Agents in the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Only 2,200 got the job. The FBI Career Guide reveals strategies that radically increase the odds of getting hired, and that will prepare agents for a challenging, rewarding career at the Bureau. There may be no one in the world more qualified to help aspiring agents begin and excel at an FBI career than Joe Koletar, a 25-year Bureau veteran whose executive credentials are second to none. This ultimate insider's guide looks at: * the application process * New Agents Training * field office and foreign assignments * pay, benefits, and career opportunities * educational and career decisions that improve the odds of being hired * how investigations, undercover and SWAT team operations, and specialty assignments work * and much more. Readers will also learn how the job might affect them and their families, how to plan their career and climb the ladder, and even prepare for life after the Bureau. Above all, they'll find out what it takes to succeed-and how to show they've got it.

    FBI Careers : the Ultimate Guide to Landing a Job as One of America's Finest. Thomas H. Ackerman. Indianapolis, IN : Jist Works, c2010. 368pp. Career Collection (1 East) HV8144.F43 A25 2010
    Compiled and prepared by FBI Special Agent Thomas H. Ackerman, FBI Careers: The Ultimate Guide To Landing A Job As One Of America's Finest is a solid, reliable, step-by-step guide to preparing for and securing a job with the American Federal Bureau of Investigation. Individual chapters address the history of the FBI, salary and benefits, the hiring process, what the FBI looks for in candidates, test-taking tips, training, FBI internship programs and much more. Interest in joining the Bureau is at an all time high since the September 11th attack on America and our current world-wide engagement with anti-American terrorists organizations. FBI Careers is a solid, meticulously researched, and extremely useful guide that is a "must" for young men and women seriously considering the FBI as a law enforcement career.

    Federal Jobs in Law Enforcement. Russ Smith, ed. Manassas Park, Va. : Impact Publications, 1996. 191pp. HV8143 .S63 1996 Online
    According to the editor, there are over 100,000 law enforcement jobs available from the federal government.

    Federal Jobs in Law Enforcement. John W. Warner, Jr. New York, NY: Prentice Hall (ARCO), 1992. 262pp. Main Library Stacks HV8143 .W347 1992
    The complete job bank for law enforcement careers with more than 100 federal agencies.

    Forensic Nurse : the New Role of the Nurse in Law Enforcement. Serita Stevens with the assistance of members of the International Association of Forensic Nurses. New York : Thomas Dunne Books, 2004. 241pp. Main Library RA1155 .S74 2004
    The author, a registered nurse and mystery writer (Bagels for Tea), does an excellent job of conveying the importance of an emerging medical specialty. Because forensic nurses -- described by Stevens as "law enforcement's secret weapon," with a "unique combination of medical skill, legal knowledge, and criminology" -- are often first on the scene of a crime or in an emergency room, they are in a unique position to collect evidence regarding accidents, alleged sexual assault, spousal abuse and other violent incidents. Stevens details how forensic nurses are trained to preserve and interpret evidence that physicians may overlook. A sexual assault nurse examiner, for example, assists alleged rape victims with a careful physical examination, an in-depth interview and emotional support. Stevens shows how savvy FNs deal with physicians who resent forensic nurses, viewing them as encroaching on their territory (she suggests telling the doc, " 'I would love to have you do this exam... the whole six hours of interviewing... and doing the evidence collection.' See how quickly they back out"). Drawing on case histories, Stevens describes how forensic nurses are trained to remain objective, serve as legal witnesses and work with law enforcement. She also highlights the problems these skilled nurses face, such as inadequate compensation.

    Great Jobs for Criminal Justice Majors. Stephen Lambert, Debra Regan. Chicago : VGM Career Books, c2001. 271pp. Career Collection (1 East) HV8143 .L335 2001
    Great Jobs for Criminal Justice Majors helps students explore career options within their field of study. Every aspect of the job-search process is covered,including assessing talents and skills,exploring options,making a smooth transition from college to career,conducting an effective job search,and landing the job. The book is filled with a variety of career choices.

    Guide to Careers in Federal Law Enforcement. Thomas H. Ackerman. Traverse City, Mich. : Sage Creek Press, 1999. 257pp. Career Collection (1 East) HV8138 .A33 1999
    Subtitle: Profiles of 225 High-Powered Positions and Surefire Tactics for Getting Hired. Provides up-to-date information on ten different categories of positions, including:

  • criminal investigators
  • uniformed law enforcement officers
  • security specialists
  • general and compliance investigators
  • probation and pretrial services officers
  • law enforcement technicians & specialists
  • intelligence specialists
  • compliance inspectors & specialists
  • correctional officers & specialists
  • communications technicians & dispatchers
    1999 edition also available in Main Library Stacks

    Guide to Landing a Career in Law Enforcement. John E. Douglas. New York : McGraw Hill, 2005. 325pp. Main Library HV8143 .D675 2005
    In a departure from his usual edge-of-the-seat coverage, New York Times bestselling author and legendary FBI profiler John Douglas draws on his 25 years of experience to offer this unique career guide. Written for those interested in pursuing a career in law enforcement but unsure which agency is right for them, John Douglas's Guide to Landing a Career in Law Enforcement is a treasure trove of insider information and step-by-step instructions that arms you with: A comprehensive overview of law enforcement agencies and career opportunities -- from park ranger to air marshal to NSA code cracker, guidance on finding and winning the ideal job in law enforcement, Work sheets, checklists, and self-evaluations, Websites, contacts.

    Guide to Law Enforcement Careers. Donald B. Hutton and Anna Mydlarz. Hauppauge, NY : Barron's, 1997. 1st edition, 343pp. Main Library HV8143 .H87 1997
    Advice manual and directory lists hundreds of government, military, and special law enforcement agencies, gives advice on how and where to apply for their job openings, and tells how to meet their specific qualifications.
    1997 edition also available in Main Library Stacks

    Inside Jobs: A Realistic Guide to Criminal Justice Careers for College Graduates. Stuart Henry, ed. Salem, Wi.: Sheffield Publishing Co., 1994. 264pp. Main Library Stacks HV9950 .I57 1994
    Contains the personal accounts of criminal justice professionals, ranging from private security and law enforcement officers through court personnel, corrections officers, and human service workers. It describes what someone entring the profession will do on the job; what it is really like to be a police or corrections officer, a social worker, or a lawyer. Chapter titles include:

  • Law Enforcement
    • Realizing a Dream: Being Feamle and a Police Officer, by Meredith Orloff
    • Becoming a Law Enforcement Officer: The Application Ordeal, by Melanie Pierson
    • The Frustrations of Police Work: The Idealism and Realism of Being a Police Officer, by William C. Wise
    • The Politics of Small Town Policing, by Edward Dudas
    • Tough Job: Conflict, Contradictions, and Inconsistencies in Police Work, by John P. Stakoe
  • Private Security and Loss Prevention
    • Securing the Corporation: Private Security Analyst, by Jan Collins
    • Minding the Store: Loss Prevention Investigator, by Thomas R. Jazdzewski
    • Policing the Campus: Director of Campus Security, by William C. Wise
    • "Private Eye": An Interview with Kirk Bruchnak, P.I., by Joseph T. LaLonde
  • Law School, Lawyers, and the Courts
    • Criminal Proseuction: The Action and the Burden, by Richard E. Priehs
    • Guardians of the Constitution, by Richard E. Priehs
    • Paralegals and Legal Assisting, by Donna Aynessazian
  • Corrections
    • The Reluctant Profession: Being and Becoming a Corrections Officer, by DJ Culkar
    • Being a Female Corrections Officer, by Lesley Jones
  • Probation and Parole
    • Being a Parole Agent, by James B. Robertson
    • Diary of a Juvenile Court Probation Intern, by Keith Darnell Jones
    • An Officer of the Court: Working in Probation for a District Court, by Linda Peck
  • Human Services
    • Casework in a Group Home, by Linda Nelson
    • Psychiatric Social Work, by Carolyn R. McGillis
    • Recreation/Art Therapy with Mentally Ill Offenders in a Psychiatric Setting, by Lee Doric-Henry
  • Graduate School, Academics and Research
    • Preparing for Jobs in Academia and Research, by Mark M. Lanier
    • Experiences of Graduate School, by Mark M. Lanier
    • Becoming a University Professor, by Anthony Troy Adams
    • Criminal Justice Research: A Data Archivist, by Shalane J. Sheley
  • Federal Careers in Criminal Justice: Inspectors, Special Agents, and Others
    • Working for the Immigration and Naturalization Service: From Border Control Agent to Immigration Inspector, by Danny Gonzalez
    • Alcohol, Tobacco, and Fikrearms (ATF) Inspector, by Vickie Kopcak
    • So You Still Want to be an FBI Agent

    Jumpstarting Your Career : an Internship Guide for Criminal Justice. Dorothy Taylor. Upper Saddle River, NJ : Prentice Hall, c1999. 142pp. Main Library Stacks HV9950 .T38 1999
    This book helps to connect academic course work to the knowledge, skills, and emotional challenges that are found in the professional world. Written for students of the social sciences -- criminal justice, criminology, psychology, sociology, and social work -- who are beginning a criminal justice internship, it focuses on the many issues involved in the total internship experience, especially those related to students' personal and professional development during their internship education.

    Law Enforcement Career Planning. Thomas Mahoney. Springfield, Illinois: Charles C. Thomas Publisher, 1989. 82pp. Main Library Stacks HV8143 .M23 1989
    A handbook designed to prepare law enforcement officers for promotional opportunities and exams, resume writing, understanding the organization assessment centers, oral interviews, and more.

    Law Enforcement Career Starter. Mary N. Hesalroad. New York, N.Y. : Learning Express, c1998. 195pp. Main Library Stacks HV8143 .L37 1998
    How to get a job as a local, state, or federal law enforcement officer. Includes: finding a job opportunity, paying for the education and training, how to succeed in the application process, and how to deal with the demands of the job. "Secrets to taking any test" improve your odds for test success. Reveals the serects test experts know: coping with text anxiety, psyching out the multiple-choice test, taking an essay test, and more. For all types of tests, including standardized tests, classroom tests, and civil service exams.

    Law Enforcement Employment Guide. Tarzana, California: Lawman Press, 1989. 136pp. Main Library Stacks HV8143 .S74 1989

    Suggested Preparation for Careers in Security/Loss Prevention. John Chuvala III and Robert James Fischer. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company, 1991. 190pp. Main Library Stacks HV8291 .U6 S84 1991
    A book of readings developed to serve as a supplement to various introductory security textbooks. Includes:

  • Career Opportunities in Loss Prevention by Robert Fischer
  • Careers in Investigations by J. Branch Walton
  • Communication Skills - Play A Critical Role in Criminal Justice by David R. Stratton
  • The Importance of Sociological Knowledge to the Security Professional by Tom Tomlinson
  • Legal Issues in the Security/Loss Prevention Field by Julie Gilmere and David L. Steeno
  • The Importance of Management Skills in the Security Profession by Ron D. Davis
  • Personnel Screening and Retention by David Mellott
  • Technology: Unlocking the Future for Security Practitioners by Steven R. Keller
  • Computer Security by Terry Magel
  • Fire Science and Emergency Procedures by Don Bytner
  • The Defense Industrial Security Program by John MacDonald
  • Disaster Planning Considerations for the Security/Safety Professional: A Historical Interface
  • Risk Management and Insurance: Tools for Security Professionals by Joseph A. Paniei
  • Academic Programs in Security and Loss Prevention by John Chuvala

    Books About Police Officer Exams Available in the MSU Libraries

    How to Be Successful on "Oral" Assessment Exercises for Police Promotion. Donald J. Schroeder & Frank A. Lombardo. Flushing, N.Y. : Looseleaf Law Publications, Inc., c2001. [4], 242, iv p. (loose-leaf). MSU Main Library Stacks HV8143 .S32 2001

    How to Prepare for the Police Officer Examination. Donald J. Schroeder, Frank A. Lombardo. Hauppauge, N.Y. : Barron's Educational Series, c1987. 3rd edition, 557pp. MSU Main Library Stacks HV8143 .S34 1987

    How to Prepare for the Police Sergeant Examination. Donald J. Schroeder, Frank A. Lombardo. Hauppauge, N.Y. : Barron's Educational Series, c1997. 3rd edition, 346pp. MSU Main Library Stacks HV8142 .S37 1997

    John Douglas's Guide to the Police Officer Exams. John Douglas. New York : Simon & Schuster, c2000. 393pp. MSU Main Library Stacks HV8143 .D68 2000
    Every candidate for a career in law enforcement must pass the police exam given in the area they wish to serve. John Douglas offers advice on preparing for these exams, including sample tests and strategies for getting the best score you can, and relates insights from real police officers about their demanding careers and their lives.

    Norman Hall's Police Exam Preparation Book. Holbrook, Mass. : Bob Adams, Inc., c1994. 255pp. MSU Main Library Stacks HV8143 .H324 1994

    Police Management Examinations : Preparation Guide. Larry F. Jetmore. Hartford, Conn. : Looseleaf Law Publications, 2003. 310pp. Career Collection (1 East) HV7923 .J475 2003
    1996 edition also available in Main Library Stacks.

    Police Officer. Fred M. Rafilson. Lawrenceville, NJ : Thomson/Arco, c2000. 15th edition, 495pp. Main Library Stacks HV8143 .O54 2000

    Police Officer Exam. New York : LearningExpress, c1999. 1st edition, Career Collection (1 East) HV8143 .P635 1999
    Michigan residents can also browse this book online. Note: Click on eBook link.

    State Trooper : Highway Patrol Officer/State Traffic Officer. Hy Hammer, Edward Scheinkman. New York : Macmillan USA, c1997. 12 edition, 324pp. Library of Michigan Reference (2N) HV8143 .S7 1997


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