By: Liberty University News Service
Liberty University alumna Kenlyn Snow (’14) never wanted to become a police officer, probation officer, or work in security. But earning a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice was still the perfect fit.
As a victim witness advocate for the Greene County Sheriff’s Office, just north of Charlottesville, Va., Snow, 27, helps victims and witnesses navigate the complicated judicial process following an incident.
“You always hear about criminal justice jobs being in security, but you never really hear about the human services side of it,” she said. “There are multiple avenues within criminal justice that students can pursue without actually becoming a law enforcement officer.”
While at Liberty, Snow became aware of the countless administrative job opportunities within the criminal justice field and learned how she could serve her community in unique ways without wearing a badge and patrolling the streets.
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