Crime By The Numbers

If you’ve looked into a career in criminology and criminal justice, you’ve likely noticed how different types of crime can feed into hiring trends across the industry. In our infographic below, you can view 10 fast facts that help fuel the growing career opportunities in the field.

Crime By The Numbers infographic

With such diverse crimes seemingly on the rise, the field of criminology and criminal justice needs the help of well-educated and well-trained professionals. Are you ready to step up and help?


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