8 Criminal Justice Tutors Found Near Hampton, VA

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Kevin B.

Criminal Justice Tutor

Norfolk, VA 23509

Will travel 0 miles

$45 per hour.

4.91 246 ratings

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Tutor with a "Tom Sawyer" approach.

The criminal justice system is the means by which violators are arrested, indicted, prosecuted, convicted and incarcerated. Our system presumes that a person charged with a crime is innocent until proven guilty. It also guarantees both the accused and the complainant certain rights. I have been involved in the court system for many years, providing support to District Attorneys, Public Defenders, Clerks of Court, Magistrates and their respective staffs. Tutoring is all I do. I have taught English as a Second Language online, with students of all ages all over the world. I work with studen [more]

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Bree G.

Criminal Justice Tutor

Norfolk, VA 23505

Will travel 10 miles

$50 per hour.

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Business professional with over 5 years of teaching/facilitation

In the area of criminal justice, I am qualified to tutor due to the fact I have a degree in political science - pre-law as well as I worked for the Commonwealth Of Virginia department of corrections and Norfolk Detention School. I worked for Norfolk Public Schools from 2008-2011 and I am able to assist in various teaching styles such as: lower level students providing them with study strategies to help boost up their self efficacy, students whom do well in class but need additional understanding of the content to pass test and I can also assist in showing students how to adopt a learning style [more]

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Fred H.

Criminal Justice Tutor

Newport News, VA 23603

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

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Fred H - Here to Help

I received a B.S. in the Administration of Justice prior to attending and graduating from law school. I have served as both a prosecutor and defense attorney during my 8 years of active duty service in the Army JAG Corps. Presently, I am a defense attorney in the Army Reserve. I am an attorney (JAG Corps) by profession but am a teacher at heart. I have always been curious-minded and that thirst for knowledge promoted my academic success and current profession. Coming from a disadvantaged background, I suspect my learning journey was a bit harder than it might have been without a few teachers [more]

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Lateesha G.

Criminal Justice Tutor

Virginia Beach, VA 23454

Will travel 15 miles

$50 per hour.

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In-Demand Substitute, Proficient in Multiple Subjects

I earned my Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice with a 2.7 GPA from Old Dominion University. I worked in administration for the Virginia Beach Police Department for five years, conducting background checks and entering warrants and protective orders. I also worked as a government-contracted background investigator for a year. I'm very knowledgeable of the criminal justice system. I'm a former government-contracted employee who decided to follow my childhood dream of becoming a teacher 2 years ago. I have been substitute teaching in the city of Virginia Beach for 2 years and I enjoy it. [more]

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Philip C.

Criminal Justice Tutor

Chesterfield, VA 23832

Will travel 40 miles

$45 per hour.

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Michael Public Speaking and Criminalist

I have a Masters Degree in Criminal Justice with an emphasis in law and I am presently working on my dissertation in Public Service Leadership and my emphasis is criminal justice. During my time with the State of Virginia I was the in-service trainer for a staff of three investigators and several other staff members - primarily involved in tort (civil) law and consumer issues. Lastly, I spent 18 years in law enforcement as a patrol officer, investigator, supervisor, chief of police, and law enforcement first sergeant. [more]

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Kelly G.

Criminal Justice Tutor

Richmond, VA 23235

Will travel 30 miles

$60 per hour.

4.76 104 ratings

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Masters in Education specializing in individualized tutoring

Having taken two classes at the community college, I feel I have a grasp on this subject. I passed both classes with A+ averages. I took two classes entitled Introduction to the Criminal Justice System and The Juvenile Justice System. Currently, I work part-time at a residential treatment facility in Richmond, VA. I have also been a mentor and an in-home counselor within the VA justice system. With these positions, I attended meetings with social workers and officers of the justice system. I also remained in close contact with various employees of the justice system. [more]

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Dayna P.

Criminal Justice Tutor

University Of Richmond, VA 23173

Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

4.64 36 ratings

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English/ESL/Communications Tutor/LSAT/Law School Tutor

The study of Criminal Justice involves more than the fictionalized awareness many people have. Because "justice" is the key, many levels of knowledge must be applied to reaching that goal. Forensics, law enforcement, Constitutional issues, and sociology play equally important roles. As an attorney with 21 years experience, and now as a tutor at several Law Schools, the criminal justice system remains a vital part of my expertise. Beyond the implied drama many may expect, there is much more to be learned because the knowledge of qualified, educated professionals in this field impacts lives f [more]

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Anmanat B.

Criminal Justice Tutor

Richmond, VA 23238

Will travel 15 miles

$25 per hour.

4.71 7 ratings

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Experienced tutor

Earned Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice with concentration in crime scene investigation and excelled in all subjects with a major GPA of 4.0. Demonstrated skills and knowledge through projects and assignments in courses. Tutored VCU student-athletes in various courses of criminal justice for a year. I am Anmanat! I graduated with cum laude with a Bachelor's in Psychology and Criminal Justice with a minor in chemistry. I enjoyed all of my Psychology and Criminal Justice classes. I learnt that the most important key to succeed in classes is to attend each class and take good notes. Most o [more]