Education resources provides links to a wide range of subjects and institutions to aid you in your goals for career development.
Case Law 4 Cops. This site contains information on hundreds of court cases. These cases are important to officers and citizens alike, because they cover what officers can and cannot do.
Supreme Court Landmarks. These education resources are created by the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts for educational purposes only. They may not reflect the current state of the law. They are not intended to provide legal advice, guidance on litigation, or commentary on any pending case or legislation.
Criminal Justice Research Education Resources
Crime Prevention Research Center. This site is dedicated to conducting academic quality research. Its focus is on the relationship between laws regulating the ownership or use of guns, crime, and public safety.
DNA Evidence – A Simplified Guide. DNA is complicated, and there’s no end to education resources on the subject. However, understanding the information can be difficult. This site presents a lot of information in succinct and understandable terms.
National Archive of Criminal Justice Data (NACJD) is the place to discover, access, and analyze data on crime and justice.
United States Supreme Court is the highest tribunal in the Nation for all cases and controversies arising under the Constitution or the laws of the United States.
CyberSecurityDegrees.org is one of the only websites entirely dedicated to cyber security degrees at undergraduate and graduate levels. We have over 400 institutions in our database. Start your search for a degree by schools by searching schools by state. View online cybersecurity programs, or view what career options you might have as a cybersecurity specialist.
Cybersecurityguide.org – Our cybersecurity job prep guide contains:
-An overview of common cybersecurity interview formats, including behavioral and technical interview explanations.
-Sample cybersecurity job interview questions and suggestions on how to handle the questions.
-Ideas on what kinds of questions that job seekers should ask during an interview to make sure the opportunity is a good fit.
Our mission is to create up-to-date, accurate, and actionable cybersecurity related information for students and early career professionals.
Visit CyberSecurityGuide.org at the links below for additional information.
Health Education Resources
Affordable Health Insurance. Our team of experts created a comprehensive guide for the unemployed. It provides accurate, easy-to-understand information to help those unemployed make informed choices and find the right insurance plan for them.
Testing.com is an educational web resource with hundreds of easy-to-read lab testing guides. All are reviewed by our Medical Review Board of experts. We also offer confidential, secure and convenient online lab test ordering powered by trusted physician networks.
Online Education Degrees
CriminalJusticePrograms.com. We provide education resources to help you decide which kind of school and criminal justice career is right for you.
Intelligent.com is a free, privately-supported website that’s editorially independent. We’ve created a guide for people with prior criminal convictions to learn about going to college. We provide information about grants, scholarships, advocacy programs and resources for ex-offenders.
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NovoResume. The online resume builder getting folks hired by BBC, Google, Apple, Tesla, and Airbnb. Build your brand new resume in as little as 5 minutes.
Resume Builder. Senior Employment Programs and Resources. We’ve created a guide that provides education resources for seniors looking to re-enter the workforce. The resource includes instructions on how to use the Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP). The SCSEP provides resources for older veterans, and state-specific job boards and employment resources.
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