Central Florida HIDTA (High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area)
2170 West S. R. 434 Suite
Longwood FL 32779
The Intelligence Analyst is critical to the planning,
intelligence, and investigative activities of their assigned Law
Enforcement Initiative (agency). They utilize the information
gathered to conduct extensive research and inquiries that involve
locating and identifying subjects, vehicles, evidence, and assets
using numerous law enforcement networks and commercial databases.
They establish and maintain contact with their Analyst counterparts
in other intelligence organizations in order to eliminate
duplication, enhance professional development, and keep abreast of
current trends. In addition, the Intelligence Analyst performs
research using law enforcement and commercial databases, organizing
and summarizing vast amounts of data. They prepare comprehensive
written reports and biographical data sheets, graphs, and charts
and at times PowerPoint presentations and other visual aids. They
must have the ability to perform data input regarding subjects,
vehicles and telephone subscriber information into criminal
databases and investigative software.
Children's Home Society of Florida provides a multitude of
various services available to children and their families, the
largest program being Dependency Case Management. This program
identifies and assesses client and family needs of minors placed in
care by the Department of Children and Families due to abuse or
neglect by caretakers, with the ultimate goal of permanency.
Partnerships with service providers in the area are strong, and we
take a collaborative approach to best meeting the needs of the
clients we serve through referrals for services and monitoring of
their progress, and in turn report the information to the court
system and Child Welfare Legal Services. The Intern would
participate in staff support, clerical documentation, ensure
delivery of services, identify client needs, work towards program
goals and objectives, and participate in client interactions
including but not limited to Court participation, Staffings,
meetings, transportation, visitation, and home visits.
With a national reputation, Children's Home Society of Florida was
instrumental in creating legislation to protect children's rights.
After playing an integral role in enacting Child Labor Laws, we
drafted the Compulsory Education Law and rallied for the creation
of the State Welfare Board and the agency that would become the
Department of Children and Families. More recently, we assumed a
lead role in the launch of community based care as Florida
underwent a dramatic shift with the privatization of child welfare.
We continue to fight for legislation protecting the rights of
children and families, and we're committed to doing right by kids,
illustrated by our continuous accreditation by the Council on
Accreditation since 1982.
18121 Boys Ranch
Altoona FL 32702
A residentail placement facility for juveniles who have failed out
of or been otherwise unsuitable for various other juvenile
Cocoa Police Department's Victim Services Unit is accepting
applications for Victim Advocate Volunteers and those interested in
internships. Victim Advocate Volunteers and Interns work alongside
the Victim Advocate Coordinator to provide victim services to
victims, survivors and their families. The types of services
provided may include crisis counseling, injunction assistance,
referrals to community service agencies, criminal justice support
and advocacy. We serve all crime victims which may include domestic
and intimate partner violence victims/survivors, burglary victims,
homicide survivors, battery/assault victims, and robbery victims.
There will be in house training as well as some specialized
training required before the volunteer or intern can begin having
direct contacts with victims.
LOSS PREVENTION ASSOCIATE
The LP specialist's role is to keep our store safe and profitable
at all times by investigating any suspicious customer activities or
behavior in the store, taking action when needed and by executing
Vacancies in Daytona Beach, Orlando, Ocoee, Kissimmee and
Interns will be assigned
to the Crime Analysis Unit and Intelligence Unit and will be
responsible for assisting in data entry, social media monitoring,
data analysis for various types of crime and Arc GIS mapping. For
those interested applicants please click on the website link below,
download the application and on page three where the questions
reads, "What type of work do you wish to do?" indicate crime and
intelligence analysis. Upon completion of the application please
email an electronic copy of the application to Sonya Robinson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is a Pretrial
Juvenile Diversion program in Seminole County. Student interns will
receive a comprehensive overview of the Prosecution Alternative for
Youth program, (PAY). The student interns will work closely
with our Intake Officer, Case Managers and Program Coordinators to
provide services to the juveniles and their families. Primary
duties will include Case Management work in this ninety day
diversion program. If interested in this Case Management
Opportunity, please have them contact Ms. Lisa Turner with an
updated resume. Students will be interviewed decisions made
Orange County County Corrections – Inmate Programs/Community Corrections Division
Robert Barnett, M.S.
Community Corrections Officer
Contact Internship Coordinator
Inmate Re-Entry Case Manager
Interns will be assigned to the Inmate Programs/Community
Corrections Division. Case managers will screen and interview
inmates for eligibility with various programs in Orange County
corrections. In addition to these duties, case managers will
facilitate various evidence-based curriculums to inmates to assist
with the reentry process. Intern case managers will also be
responsible for monitoring inmates' compliance to various programs
and initiate revocations and violations for non-compliance. Other
duties for case managers will include supporting with case
management plans and providing referral information to clients as
needed (e.g. education, social services, transition,
inpatient/outpatient substance abuse treatment) to assist with
continuum of care once released.
Interns may work with various outside organizations (e.g. Public
Defenders Office, State Attorneys, Social Workers, Veterans
Orange County Drug Court
The Orange County Drug Court is seeking a highly motivated and
mature individual to service as a non-paid intern. The successful
applicant will assist with the administration and operation of
numerous drug court programs located at the Ninth Judicial Circuit.
This is a twenty hour per week position (6 hour internship credit
only). Numerous students have participated and it provides the
opportunity to interact directly with the court system and meet
working professionals that include program personnel, judges, and
Interested students must contact Dr. Watkins. Only one CJ
intern per semester for the Medical Examiner's Office. Senior
status with a 2.5 GPA or better. 10 hours per week, paid internship
beginning in the Fall 2014 term..
The Osceola County Probation Department is interested in
individuals to assist with the day to day operations of the office.
We are open 7 days a week from 7am-6pm. The right candidate will
assist with the following duties:
Assure the safety of the community by providing cost effective,
community-based supervision to defendants sentenced to misdemeanor
Monitoring, supervising and coordinating all matters involving
defendants on misdemeanor probation
Assists in gathering information for probation personnel from a
variety of sources, including public and private social agencies,
law enforcement agencies, courts, employers, etc.
Performs a variety of routine and moderately complex
secretarial functions, e.g., data entry, typing, reports
preparation and processing, documentation review; gathers, and
prepares data as directed
Generates various routine and moderately complex
correspondence, articles, memos, agendas, orders, reports, forms,
manuals, or other relevant materials appropriate to the assigned
Files or retrieves from file materials and documents by the
number, alphabet, or code; assists with record keeping duties and
filing systems relevant materials appropriate to assigned unit
Receives telephone inquiries and concerns, ascertains the
nature of the call, and resolves personally, directs to the
appropriate individual or department, or acts as liaison to the
Maintain confidentiality of information in the performance of
Performs duties as assigned/necessary which are related, or
logical in assignment to the position.
The internships and shadowing opportunities helps
mentoring and encourage future candidates who are wishing to become
certified as a Court Interpreter in Hernando, Lake, and Marion
Counties. Our circuit will provide information on how to become a
Supreme Court Certified Court Interpreter (see below web link) or
RID Certification for Sign Language Interpreters (see below web
link for the Registry for Interpreters for the Deaf certification
The Office of the State Attorney, Ninth Judicial Circuit Victim
Services Program is accepting applications for students looking for
internships. Interns will receive course credit and are
evaluated on your performance. College interns will observe
how cases are prosecuted by working with Victim Advocates who
assist victims of crime and homicide survivors. State
Attorney Victim Advocates serve victims of domestic violence, sex
crimes, felonies, major crimes and homicide survivors.
Advocates work with victims and survivors to help them navigate
their way through the criminal justice system. As an intern
you are authorized at appear in court under the supervision of a
Victim Advocate. To ensure you are getting a meaningful
experience, we require a commitment of the bulk of two days per
week with our program.
The Victim Services Program offers a- hands on approach to
student interns to gain an understanding of what victims and their
families endure as a result of crime.
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms - Orlando Field Office, Criminal Enforcement
3452 Lake Lynda Drive,
Orlando FL 32817
Resident Agent in Charge
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives
agent? A special agent is responsible for investigating violations
of federal law related to firearms, explosives, arson and
alcohol/tobacco. Investigations include surveillance, interviewing
suspects/witnesses, making arrests, obtaining/executing search
warrants and searching for physical evidence.
operations investigator? Industry operations investigators are the backbones of ATF.
The work of an industry operations investigator involves contact
with individuals from many different levels of industry and the
government. Investigations and inspections pertain to those who are
regulated by ATF which include, but are not limited to, users,
dealers, importers, exporters, manufacturers and wholesalers.
Operations Investigator (1O1) Carolyn King
ATF Special Agent (S/A) Bryan Page
ATF Orlando I Field Office
3452 Lake Lynda Drive
Orlando FL Tampadivisionrecruitment@atf.gov
Department of Corrections - Probation/Parole Circuit
400 West Robinson St.
Suite 3 721
Orlando FL 32801
This internship is for summer, fall,
spring terms through the U.S. Department of State located in
Washington, D.C. You will have to reside in Washington D.C. for the
term the internship is secured (Internship description, application
and program information can be found: https://careers.state.gov/intern/student-internships/
If you meet our CJ requirements for
internship credit or would like to determine your eligibility
please reach out to the Criminal Justice Office and schedule an
appointment with the Criminal Justice Internship Coordinator.
Hispanic Association of Colleges & Universities National Internship Program
HACU National Internship
Program (HNIP) recruits college students for PAID summer and
semester-long internships at federal agencies and private
corporations in Washington, D.C., and throughout the country.
These 10 and 15-week internship programs give college students
direct experience in myriad careers in the federal and corporate