Intern Program

Program Benefits

  • Earn college credits while experiencing the excitement of the law enforcement field.
  • Learn patrol techniques used by police officers today for traffic stops, arrests, searches and community patrols.
  • See firsthand what it takes to keep a community safe.
  • Flexible schedule available.
  • Openings available for Spring, Summer and Fall semesters.


  • Be enrolled in a college or university law enforcement intern course.
  • Have an interest in working in the law enforcement field.
  • Complete Intern Personal History Statement.
  • Sign required release agreements.
  • Pass a background check based on the following areas: criminal history, reference checks, professor recommendation, education background, military background (if applicable), driving history, drug usage and any other area deemed necessary by a background investigator.
  • Applicants should possess positive characteristics such as integrity, sound decision making, maturity, judgment and personal responsibility.
  • Pass interview with Intern Coordinator.
  • If accepted, follow the schedule set by Intern Coordinator, be on time for shifts and act in a professional manner at all times during the internship.