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Victimology

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Blair Thomas

on 22 October 2012

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Transcript of Victimology

Victimologist
Victimology is a relatively new criminal justice career that studies why certain people are victi
victims of crime and crime statistics. It also tries to ascertain the propensity of a certain group to become the victim of a particular crime. There are many different careers within the field of victimology, some of which are directly related to helping the victim. Others concentrate on trying to establish patterns that will help prevent new crimes from being committed.
The salary that you can make with a criminal justice degree can start out at about $24,000 a year and with experience in this field you could end up making as much as $170,000 a year. Education Requirments Similiar Jobs Thanks For Reading!!!!!!!! What is a Victimologist? Salary Criminologist
FBI Agent
Social Worker
Bodyguard
Crime Forensic Investigator
Government worker
Technicians
Doctor
Director Of Security
Forensic Science
Police Lieutenant
Juvenile Probation Officer
Anything in health care, etc. A victimology job might require specialization in victimology through a bachelor or associate degree earned in applied sciences, sociology, criminology or criminal justice. Some colleges and universities have, in the past few years, begun to offer degrees specifically in victimology. Working for FBI means irregular hours, no sleep, and NOT being a lazy, if you are, this is not a job for you. Work Hours I see what you're doin, and I like what I seein'
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