Metropolitan State University students have interned in these agencies recently.
Click on any agency’s name listed below to visit their web site. You may intern at many other agencies as well. Feel free to use your own Internet search to get leads on internships that suit your specific interests and geographic location. Cold calling agencies can be a good approach as well. Call the agency’s main number and ask if there is an internship coordinator or personnel director with whom you can speak.
Treasury hosts investigative analysts for summer student service experiences. Note deadlines. Search the http://www.usajobs.gov site for other justice related jobs and internships.
The Center for Homicide Research is a unique, volunteer-driven, nonprofit organization addressing the issue of homicide in our communities. The three-fold goals of the Center are to increase case solvability, to articulate homicide issues and to reduce incidence of homicide. The ultimate aim of the Center is to prevent homicides.
The Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA) provides investigative and specialized law enforcement services to prevent and solve crimes in partnership with law enforcement, public safety and criminal justice agencies. Services include criminal justice training and development, forensic laboratory analysis, criminal histories and investigations.
Dakota County Community Corrections provides probation, parole (supervised release), court services, community restoration programs and victim services.
Adult Field Services employees work with their criminal justice partners to provide a variety of correctional services for defendants, adjudicated offenders, their families, and the community.
The HCSO is dedicated to increasing public safety through leadership, integrity and strong partnerships.
As a progressive, professional organization, the Lino Lakes Police Department takes pride in delivering the highest level of quality service.
The mission of the Minnesota State Patrol is to protect and serve all people in the state through assistance, education and enforcement; to provide support to allied agencies; and to provide for safe, efficient movement of traffic on Minnesota’s roadways.
CJS-377 provides a way for students to earn academic credit in connection with an internship at a criminal justice organization. Students can earn 1 credit for each 40 hours served, up to 8 credits. Students are responsible for their own internship placements but assistance is available. See sample internship opportunities on this site or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. The course involves reading and written work in addition to the internship experience. Coursework is completed over D2L.