US Marshal Career, United States Marshals Schools, Training, College, Jobs, and Education

How to Become US Marshal
The United States Marshal Agency is the oldest law enforcement agency in the US. It is not to be confused with the FBI.

They provide service and protection at the federal government level. The unique think about this law enforcement agency is that it has the power to round up citizen to help it get the job done. Though, we haven’t seen this done lately.

This agency provides the staffing for the federal court houses. It protects federal judges and those in witness protection program.

The following videos provide glimpse into this career. Those that want to join this rank, should definitely watch them.

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US Marshals Salary:
Since this is a federal government, it’s on the federal pay scale. A typical marshal will make $34, 000 per year while in training. As they gain more experience, they can make as much as $70,000 per year and sometimes more.

US Marshal Career School:
As a federal law enforcement agency, it requires a college degree to get employed. To meet the college degree requirement, we urge again to get a degree in either law enforcement or criminal justice.

We know of a good school with criminal justice program. You can attend it online or on campus. The school is AIU. Request their free information by following this link.

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