Here’s the good news – there are lots of career opportunities out there in the field of criminal justice, and they are also incredibly rewarding.
From joining a public sector organisation such as the police, prison or Probation Service, to working for a not-for-profit agency, there are multiple pathways graduates can take.
Helping witnesses cope with the emotional impact of giving evidence in court, supporting vulnerable young people and their families, or helping offenders lead law-abiding lives after release from prison, are all jobs our graduates have gone on to do.
The range of opportunities available is enormous - we know though that this can make the task of deciding exactly which career is right for you feel a little daunting.
At Hull, we have got you covered.
We are proud to host our well-established ‘Careers in Criminal Justice’ event. It’s your chance to meet representatives from Humberside Police, HM Prison and Probation Service, Victim Support and Renew and many more.
Meet prospective employers
Meet with some of the biggest employers and names from the region’s criminal justice sector and beyond in attendance, the ‘Careers in Criminal Justice’ Fair gives you the chance to find out more about the careers on offer once you graduate from Hull.
It gives you the chance to find out what you can do to increase your chances of employment after university, or chat about some of the roles and prospects up for grabs. The event is your chance to learn more about the criminal justice industry.
Listen to leading names in the industry share their journeys into the world of criminal justice.
While the March 2021 event will be ‘going digital’ for obvious reasons, you’ll still get to hear experts share their top tips on how to make your mark in the world of work.
You’ll also have plenty of opportunities to ask questions about your chosen career, and what you can do to stand out from the competition.
The event offers you the chance to meet new, like-minded students who are interested in criminal justice.
It could be students from Criminology, Law, Social Work and Psychology - as well as those from other areas looking to move into the sector.
Together, the combination of fantastic speakers and networking makes this event a great opportunity to learn, as well as the potential to unlock a fulfilling and rewarding journey into the industry.