Mutsy- That is really a great idea. I think that there are a lot of criminal justice jobs. For example, you can be a police officer and get your training at the Police Academy or a correctional officer and work in a prison.
There are also a growing number of probation officer positions available due to the increase in crime. There are even opportunities conducting criminal research statistics and working with the FBI.
The FBI also offers college interns an internship for qualified students. Sometimes psychologists also work in the field of criminal justice.
Criminal profilers are forensic psychologists that study deviant and criminal behavior and help law enforcement design the personality make up of a suspect at large.
It is a really interesting field and sometimes these forensic psychologists are called to give expert testimony in criminal cases. There are also detectives and criminal investigators that help solve crimes as well as medical examiners who determine the cause of death in victims.