Forensic Psychology Careers-Court Liaison

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Using your Psychology degree to become a Court Liaison

With your Psychology degree you can pursue a career as a Court Liaison. These workers allow for the successful interaction of law enforcement agencies and the courts. In this way, they perform a range of administrative tasks: scheduling depositions, processing subpoenas, and reviewing paperwork (e.g., court filings) before a hearing or trial. Often they are non-sworn (i.e., non-uniformed) members of a police or sheriff' department.

Salary Information

mypursuit.com lists the average yearly income for a Court Liaison at $48,000.

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Forensic Psychology Careers--Master's Degree in Psychology

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