Week 1 FSU

timer Asked: Dec 29th, 2013

Question Description

For the assignment for this week, you are creating a chart to list professional criminal justice organizations. You should use the "Table" in your Microsoft Word to create this chart.

You should research a minimum of 10 criminal justice organizations. You will not receive full credit for listing only one or two organizations. Additionally if there are individuals who can be contacted, please provide the names. Here is an example of a Criminal Justice Organization chart so you can use as a guide... Week 11 Sample Criminal Justice Organization Chart.docx

Research professional association in the field of criminal justice. For example, the International Association for Identification is the oldest forensic association in the world. The Association for Criminal Justice Sciences brings together professionals from various sub-specialties in the field.

Using the “Table” feature in Microsoft Word, create a table with the following column headings:

  1. Name of the Association
  2. Types of membership (some do not offer online student membership)
  3. Date of Annual Conference
  4. Website Address
  5. Do the have State or Regional Divisions or Directors you can contact?
  6. Job Posting Page on the website
  7. Job Posting Page Link
  8. Email contact

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