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Belen Pocon Careers in Forensic Psychology 10’ Someone who administers, one who works as a manager organizing and supervising In Forensic Psychology, an Administrator is someone who manages and directs programs for victim advocacy, substance abuse, sex offenders and juvenile criminals. This kind of work oversees government agencies, often providing counseling services, monitoring fiscal responsibilities, implementing programs and training staff. http://education.yahoo.com/reference/dictionary/entry/administrator http://www.ehow.com/list_6663061_careers-forensic-psychology-fbi.html documenting research filing judicial reports acting as court professional witnesses managing case studies Program coordination Fiscal supervision Working with offenders as they re-adjust to their new lives outside of the detention center Caseworkers responsible for overseeing hundreds of convicts Analyzing programs that are already in place Identifying problems that are starting to develop Developing progress reports Designing and evaluating delinquency prevention programs and treatment programs Coordination of staff and their training, and quality assurance Managing budget http://www.thechicagoschool.edu/content.cfm/forensic_psychology_positions#axzz0rL0c3JTn http://www.ehow.com/list_6663061_careers-forensic-psychology-fbi.html Administrators work in: Adult and juvenile Correctional settings Juvenile Hall, “Juvie” Prisons Juvenile court divisions, Courts Non-for-profit organizations Substance abuse treatment programs Government Agencies such as the F.B.I. In Hospitals Social Service Agencies And sometimes in schools http://www.thechicagoschool.edu/content.cfm/forensic_psychology_positions#axzz0rL0c3JTn In the U.S. Department of Justice, Jeff Slowikowski is the Designated Acting Administrator of OJJDP-The Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention He was designated by President Obama in January of 2009 His responsibilities include managing grants that support training and assistance programs such as: drug court, juvenile violence, mentoring, underage drinking initiatives, and more. Slowikowski has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice, a certificate in Police Administration and a Master of Public Administration Requirements vary depending on the setting you want to work in. There are some jobs that have a minimum requirement of a four year college degree, in a related field, and one to two years of experience Most require a M.A. with some experience Few require a Ph.D $42,870 -$90,140. http://www.allcriminaljusticeschools.com/legal-careers/law-enforcement/criminal-justice- salaries
"Administrator in Forensic Psychology"