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Criminal Justice Teacher Resume

Criminal justice teacher is a highly qualified person and his resume must bring that out. Candidates applying for the post of criminal justice teacher must make references to their qualifications and experience in their resumes as well as at the time of interview. There is a growing demand for teachers who are qualified enough to teach the subject of criminal justice, as people want to get trained as criminal justice personnel mainly because the crime rate has greatly increased in the recent past. This discipline is also popular because it provides thrill and adventure and also imparts an immense sense of achievement.

Anthony Z. Gardner
1718 B Street,
New Brighton, MN 55112
Phone: 651-638-6885
Email Address:

Career objective:

To obtain a position as a criminal justice teacher in an institution which shares my ideology and values and to teach in an environment that is full of inquisitive minds, where I can also add to my knowledge and experience.


  • Remarkable ability to organize, manage, and communicate efficiently
  • Profound knowledge of criminal justice
  • Ability to supervise and asses students
  • Proficiency in three languages: English, Spanish, and French
  • Ability to teach students from varied backgrounds
  • Well versed with the teaching techniques used in classes
  • Ability to manage a class of 50 individuals
  • An active listener and a team player

Educational qualification:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Law from Community College, Minnesota
  • Master's Degree in Criminal Justice from University of Wisconsin, Wisconsin

Extracurricular activities:

  • Active member of Public Relations of Community College, Minnesota
  • Prior Volunteer at Annual Junior Law Graduates Conference, New York. The theme of the discussion was " Recession and Its Impact"
  • Conducted surveys on various topics such as "Women and Children in Crime", "How to Improve the Financial Health of Our Neighborhood”, etc.
  • Wrote for the college journal - "The RENASSAINCE"

Work experience

School of Applied Criminology, Minneapolis
Designation: Teacher from 2012-present
As a teacher of applied criminology and criminal justice, my job involves:

  • Planning and implementing learning strategies for the class
  • Designing the assessment structure for senior and junior classes
  • Assessing students and ranking them on the basis of their performance
  • Presenting the study materials in accordance with the guidelines set by the management
  • Conducting meetings with fellow teachers to improve the teaching techniques

Great Lakes Institute of Criminology, Green Bay
Designation: Teacher, Criminal Justice from 2010-2012
Job Profile: My job involved:

  • Organizing seminars on criminology, criminal procedures, and criminal laws
  • Networking with the practicing lawyers, attorneys, and judges for mentoring students
  • Helping students in their projects and assignments
  • Inspiring and motivating students for one-to-one and independent research projects
  • Helping them to pick up the project topics of their interest

School of criminal justice, Minnesota
Designation: Assistant Teacher from 2008-2010
Job Profile: As an assistant to the teacher, Criminal justice my job was to

  • Assisting the head teacher in performing routine tasks related to teaching
  • Making notes of the lectures conducted
  • Helping students to prepare for their projects and assessments
  • Assisting the head teacher in designing assessments and ranking students

Reference 1:

Michael M. Johnson, Principal, School of Applied Criminology, Minneapolis
431 Chapmans Lane
Albuquerque, NM 87111
Email Address:

Reference 2:

Patricia H. Lee, HOD, Great Lakes Institute of Criminology, Green Bay
2331 Spinnaker Lane
Chicago, IL 60606
Phone: 815-662-4655
Email Address:

Reference 3:

Elma D. Holland, Senior Teacher, School of Criminal Justice, Minnesota
2031 Stone Lane
Bensalem, PA 19020
Phone: 610-319-0763
Email Address:

It is clear from the above example that the resume of criminal justice teacher brings forward the importance of education and experience in this field of law. The key requirements are highlighted in a crystal clear format. Candidates applying for this job can customize their resumes according to their own needs and job requirements. But, they should take care that while being in the process, they should not alter the facts. Since the field of criminology is growing at a faster rate, candidates applying for the position of teaching in this field are plenty. The candidates have to ensure that their resumes get picked out from the hundreds of resumes that the employer receives on a daily basis.

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