Our College Internship program is designed to offer opportunities in the following disciplines:
Investigative Interns are assigned to a unit within the office and will have an opportunity to observe and participate in the day-to-day operations of the office by learning from the legal, investigative and support staff. An intern’s duties may involve preparing complaints and case files, engaging in victim/witness contact, and performing administrative tasks. This program is designed for someone interested in pursuing a career in law enforcement or criminal justice.
Victim Witness Advocacy Interns are assigned to the Victim Witness Unit where they will learn how to advocate on behalf of victims and witnesses with judges, assistant prosecutors, police, probation officers, and others to ensure that the criminal justice system is more responsive to the special needs of crime victims. This program is designed for someone pursuing a career in criminal justice, sociology, psychology or social work.
When possible, interns will be invited to broaden their experience by attending field trips relative to their program.
College students who are interested in investigative or victim witness advocacy internships should submit a cover letter and resume to Detective Jamie Weaver at firstname.lastname@example.org.