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Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice: About This Guide

Information resources available to Oakton students and faculty conducting law enforcement and criminal justice research.

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Oakton Community College's Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice program prepares students for employment as police officers, special agents, juvenile officers, security officers, state troopers, court bailiffs, private detectives, probation officers, investigators, inspectors, and corrections officers.

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The FBI Trains at the Body Farm

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