8 Criminal Justice Tutors Found Near Arlington, VA



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Katelyn R.

Criminal Justice Tutor

Arlington, VA 22201

Will travel 10 miles

$25 per hour.

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Experienced Tutor Specializing in Chemistry and Lower Level Maths

I graduated in May 2018 with a BS in Criminology/Criminal Justice Studies. My major GPA was a 3.8. Hello! My name is Katelyn and I recently graduated Longwood University with a double Bachelor's of Science in General Chemistry and Criminology/Criminal Justice Studies. During my time at Longwood, I worked for the university as a paid chemistry tutor for freshman level chemistry and organic chemistry. Prior to working for Longwood, I also worked privately to tutor high school chemistry, math up to the geometry level, and general elementary studies. I believe that every student can succeed... [more]


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Kateri D.

Criminal Justice Tutor

Washington, DC 20002

Will travel 30 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 8 ratings

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Experienced Tutor Specializing in English, Writing, College Prep

Graduated law school in 2016, with a concentration in advocacy. I am extremely familiar with the criminal justice system, as I spent two summers working for the US Attorney. I also worked alongside public and federal defenders, and took multiple courses on criminal justice reform. I am a tutor in the DC area specializing in English, Reading, Writing, test prep, college prep, Literature, American History, Government/Civics, and Criminal Justice. I scored 35 on both the ACT English and Reading sections and I have extensive experience assisting with college applications and entrance essays. I hav [more]


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Evan W.

Criminal Justice Tutor

Washington, DC 20002

Will travel 10 miles

$30 per hour.

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Experienced High School Tutor specializing in SAT/ACT Reading

I received a B.A. in criminology at the University of Florida. I also graduated #5 out of 35 people at the Santa Fe Institute of Public Safety in Alachua, FL, obtaining a valid and active police certification. I graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelor's degree in criminology and history, received my police certificate from the Santa Fe Police Academy and recently completed a Master's degree in government. I'm an experienced tutor for elementary, middle and high school kids. I have taught reading and writing at all levels and I have also tutored math and science at the elem [more]


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Ryan S.

Criminal Justice Tutor

Washington, DC 20001

Will travel 3 miles

$60 per hour.

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Experienced classroom teacher w/ extensive education in social science

I have a law degree and during that course of study took a course in criminal law and another in international criminal law. Tutoring I am an adult ESL teacher with experience tutoring in subjects such as grammar, government, law, chemistry, and math. I enjoy teaching the deeper connections between concepts in order to facilitate understanding and a deeper and wider knowledge base than is required by most tests. I have tutored at both the high school and undergraduate levels. Expectations I expect punctuality, a desire to understand the material, a willingness to question assumptions, and [more]


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Justin K.

Criminal Justice Tutor

Burke, VA 22015

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

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Experienced Instructor and Practitioner

I have obtained a BA in Criminology, a Master's Degree in Criminal Justice, and have completed all coursework for the PhD in Criminal Justice. I have also worked in corrections and community corrections for over 12 years. I have previously taught Criminal Justice courses at Rutgers University. I very much enjoy teaching, and have pursued opportunities that allow me to do just that. Throughout my academic and professional careers, I have taken every opportunity to deliver knowledge to anyone searching for it. I will challenge you, though instruction will be interesting and thought provoking. [more]


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Pamela S.

Criminal Justice Tutor

Washington, DC 20016

Will travel 10 miles

$90 per hour.

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lawyer nearing retirement seeks to boost student achievement

I am an experienced attorney. I served as an Assistant United States Attorney for the District of Columbia from 1979 to 1985 and prosecuted local and federal criminal cases during that time. I tried about 50 jury trials to verdict. Since then I have served as a white collar criminal defense attorney I grew up in Garden City, New York and attended excellent public schools. I graduated in the top 5% of my high school class and attended Mount Holyoke College, a premier liberal arts college for women where I majored in Political Science and took many courses in history and art history. I went o [more]


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Stefan M.

Criminal Justice Tutor

Alexandria, VA 22303

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 2 ratings

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Attorney Here to Help You: Study Skills, Legal Education, and Writing

I have interned with the District Attorney's Office for 2 years. During that time I arraigned defendants and requested bail; provided discovery; and prepared for trial. Further, I conducted legal research on suppression matters, witness identification, and confessions. Also, I interacted with Judges, defense attorneys and Clerks in order to efficiently and expeditiously handle pre-trial conferences, requests for discovery, and jury election dates. Moreover, I drafted intra-office memorandum regarding requests for direct indictment; assisted with grand jury witness preparation, and prepared m [more]


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Latrese A.

Criminal Justice Tutor

College Park, MD 20740

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

4.0 6 ratings

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Patient Social Worker willing to go the extra mile to help you succeed

I have had my Master's in Social Work for over 10 years. As a social worker, I have become quite knowledgeable of the criminal justice system as well as the sociological factors that contribute to individuals becoming part of the system and the obstacles faced when trying to end a pattern. To grasp an understanding of deviancy, students need a basic understanding of the pathology of criminality. I am a social worker with over 20 years' experience working with children. I have enjoyed tutoring in both the home setting and the after school classroom. Regardless of the subject, I find the most ef [more]