Do you want to serve the safety and well-being of others through your work? If you see yourself as a front-line responder to crimes, or in the wake of a natural or other disaster, a role in Criminology and Emergency Response Management could be the right fit!
Between 2012 and 2022, jobs will be added across many areas of this exciting, growing industry. These include roles such as:
- Correctional officer – 23,000 additional jobs
- EMT/Paramedic – 55,300 additional jobs
- Security guard – 130,200 additional jobs
Where can I work?
As a responder to crimes or crises, you can contribute to post-crime resolution or disaster management solutions in a variety of settings, such as:
- Ambulance services
- Correctional facilities
- Hospitals and health care facilities
- Investigation, guard and armored car services
- And many more!
What can I do?
Your training in Criminology and Emergency Response Management can prepare you for diverse job functions and specialties in criminal justice and disaster response. Job roles and areas of focus include:
- Community service officer
- Deputy sheriff
- Extradition officer
- Immigration officer
- Many more!
The face of criminology and emergency response management
Job roles in this field require a unique and critical set of personal traits that can contribute to positive outcomes in criminal and/or crisis scenarios.
- Decision-making skills
- Leadership skills
- Physical strength
- Problem-solving skills