Depends on what you're wanting to do. Outside of hard sciences, BS degrees are pretty much all BS, no different than the BSN.
I worked as a CO, and as an EMT, so I took a few CJ courses as fillers, during my nursing program. There are nurses in LE and Corrections, there are also LE and COs who are nurses, it just depends on what type of practice you want.
Going more into CJ, you will find your psych work the most valuable, but otherwise your nursing work won't be overly relevant.
You could possibly be on the TRT (Tactical Response Team) or whatever your facility calls it as an RN, which offers some variety. You could see about a degree in psychology or sociology, working as a counsellor or "social integration specialist".
I know what you mean- I hate hoop jumping, taking courses that mean nothing to practical practice, but if you want to advance...