Average Salary For Criminologist In South Africa

What Do Criminologists Do? Criminologists working with law enforcement take a hard look at offenders, identifying their situations and motives along with societal impacts, generational changes, and other trends. They also tap into ethics, investigating why people commit crimes.

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Criminologist Salary In South Africa

Average salaries are around R20,000 per month. What are the benefits of this career? A career in criminology can be extremely rewarding and interesting for those who enjoy problem-solving, strategic thinking, and working to help understand and prevent crime, in turn giving back to society.

What can I do with a criminology degree in South Africa?

Researchers.

Forensics Criminologists.

Legal People (Prosecutors, Magistrates, Attorneys, Advocates, Judges, Legal Advisers)

Police Officers and Correctional Officers.

Security Guards, Traffic Officers.

Social Workers, Psychologists, Religious Leaders.

What jobs can I get as a criminologist?

Loss Prevention Officer.

Private Investigator.

Correctional Officer.

Jury Consultant.

Probation Officer.

Police Detective.

Clinical Social Worker.

Forensic Scientist.

Where do Criminologists work?

Criminologists mostly work in university settings, conducting research and teaching police administration and policy, juvenile justice, corrections, drug addiction, criminal ethnography, macro-level models of criminal behavior, victimology, and theoretical criminology.

Which universities offer Criminology in South Africa?

University of South Africa (UNISA) – College of Law.

University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN) – Pietermaritzburg Campus.

The University of KwaZulu-Natal – Howard College Campus.

The University of Western Cape.

The University of the Free State.

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