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Accredited, Fast Criminal Justice Masters degree programs on line.
While a Bachelors degree was once considered quite impressive, many feel pressure to get a masters degree these days, simply to stay ahead. In crinimal justice, degrees can help increase salary as
well as career possibilities. So finding a good, fast online Master degree criminal justice program can be an important career move. But be aware that on-line Master criminal degree law and justice programs aren't generally any easier than classroom degree programs. Distance learning degrees in Criminal justice tend to work hard to earn respectability, to counter the perception
that online degrees are easy or don't count. So they can sometimes be even more challenging than traditional courses. Once you find a few good fast criminal justice degree programs on-line, read the fine print closely to be sure you understsand about all the fees, requirements and other information. Then dive in, and don't give up. It is a slow process in most situations, but one
well worth the time and attention. And criminal justice degrees online are generally much more flexible and accomodating than the ancient, classroom ones. But be suspiscious if the program seems too good to be true- much faster than other programs, or easier. Make sure such a program is not only accredited, which any school can claim, but recognized by the state where it resides, as a
legitimate and respected online college, university or institution of higher learning.
Funny Police Jokes
A man and his wife are pulled over by a cop and the following conversation takes place:
Man: What's the problem officer?
Cop: You were going at least 75 in a 55 zone.
Man: No sir, I was going 65.
Wife: Oh Harry. You were going 80.
(Man gives his wife a dirty look.)
Cop: I'm also going to give you a ticket for your broken tail light.
Man: Broken tail light? I didn't know about a broken tail light!
Wife: Oh Harry, you've known about that tail light for weeks.
(Man gives his wife a dirty look.)
Cop: I'm also going to give you a citation for not wearing your seat belt.
Man: Oh, I just took it off when you were walking up to the car.
Wife: Oh Harry, you never wear your seat belt.
Man: Shut your mouth, woman!
Cop: Ma'am, does your husband always talk to you this way?
Wife: No, only when he's drunk.
One night a police officer was staking out a particularly rowdy bar for possible DUI violations. At closing time, he saw a fellow
stumble out of the bar, trip on the curb and try his keys on five different cars before he found his. The man sat in the front seat fumbling around with his keys for several minutes.
Meanwhile, all the other patrons left the bar and drove off. Finally he started his engine and began to pull away. The police officer was waiting for him. As soon as he pulled onto the street, the officer stopped him, read him his rights and administered the breathalyzer test to determine his blood-alcohol content.
The results showed a reading of 0.0.
The puzzled officer demanded to know how that could be. The driver replied, "Tonight I'm the designated decoy."
Quasimodo, the demented bell ringer of Notre Dame, put an ad in the papers for a assistant bell ringer. One man applied for the job but he had no arms.
"How are you going to assist me?" asked Quasimodo.
"That's easy!" replied the man and he ran at the bell and banged it with his head.
"That's amazing!" said Quasimodo. "Could you show me that again?"
"Sure!" said the man and he ran at the bell again but he missed the swinging bell and fell out of the bell tower. A crowd huddled around the hapless man lying in the street and a police office asked, "Does anyone know who he is?"
Quasimodo came out and said...
"I DON'T KNOW HIS NAME, BUT HIS FACE SURE RINGS A BELL!"