Forensic Psychology Careers--Case Manager

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Tell me more about pursuing a career as a Forensics Case Manager with my Psychology degree

Forensic case workers often work in correctional settings. They help individuals (can be former and current inmates) connect to support systems (e.g., substance abuse support groups) after these individuals are released. In addition, forensic case workers work with local agencies (including law enforcement) to reduce the number of mentally ill individuals who go to jail.

Salary Information

glassdoor.com lists the average yearly income for a Forensic Case Manager at $35,000.

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Click on the links below to read about other Forensic Psychology careers that only require a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology:

Forensic Psychology Careers--Crime Analyst

Forensic Psychology Careers--Victim Advocate

Forensic Psychology Careers--Investigative Researcher

Forensic Psychology Careers--Psychological Assistant

Forensic Psychology Careers--Court Liaison

Click on the links below to read about other Forensic Psychology careers that require a Master's or Doctoral Degree in Psychology:

Forensic Psychology Careers--Master's Degree in Psychology

Forensic Psychology Careers--Doctoral Degree in Psychology