Internship Placement Sites
Boca Raton Police Department
Contact: Angela Laudia
100 NW 2nd Avenue, Boca Raton, FL 33432
Central Florida HIDTA (High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area)
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.
Cocoa Police Department
1226 W. King St., Cocoa, FL 32922
Hollywood Police Department
Contact: Lt. Forrest Jeffries
3250 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, FL 33021
Justice and Securities, Inc.
Crime Mapping Internship
Mascotte Police Department
Interns will assist RMLO with police department records determining case file disposition, preparing each for safekeeping, electronic conversion or destruction. Work closely with evidence Sergeant assisting with evidence data entry. Internship is eligible for police department vehicle ride along.
Orlando Police Department
Contact: Sonya Robinson
1250 W. South St., Orlando, FL 32805
Orlando Police Department – Crime/Intel Analyst
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.
Sanford Police Department
This internship requires the students to become volunteers with the department and a background check is completed.
UCF Police Department
Contact: Officer Frank Imparato
P.O. Box 163550, Orlando, FL 32816
Brevard County Sheriff’s Office
2527 North Courtenay Pkwy., Merritt Island, FL 32953
Hernando County Sheriff’s Office
Contact: Denise Moloney
P.O. Box 10070, Brooksville, FL 32601
Marion County Sheriff’s Office
Contact: David Palmer
629 Northwest 30th Ave; P.O. Box 1987, Ocala, FL 34478
Orange County Sheriff’s Office – Civilian Police Academy Community Relations Division
Contact: Dedra Hart
Coordinator for Volunteers and Interns
Osceola County Sheriff’s Office
Contact: Heather Melendez
2601 E. Irlo-Bronson Hwy., Kissimmee, FL 34744
Osceola County Sheriff’s Office – Community Policing
Interested students must complete application off of their website.
Contact: Betty Lambert
400 Simpson Road, Kissimmee, FL 34744
Orange County Medical Examiner’s Office
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..
Contact: Dr. Watkins
450 E. South St., 2nd Floor, Orlando, FL 32802
Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office
Contact: Bridgette Traewick
700 6th Street, Lake Park, FL 33403
Seminole County Sheriff’s Office
Contact: Jessica Montgomery
100 N Bush Blvd., Sanford, FL 32773
Florida State Fire Marshal’s Office – Bureau of Fire and Arson Investigations
Contact: Lt. Cynthia Campina
3659 Maguire Blvd., Suite 151, Orlando, FL 32803
Seminole State Center for Public Safety
- Observe classes and associated training exercises
- Become familiar with the curriculum used in the training academy
- Become familiar with the rules and statutes governing criminal justice training academies in Florida and the officer certification process
- Assist in reviewing completed proficiency forms for accuracy and compliance with rule
- Develop an understanding of clock hour course delivery and its relation to the Associate in Science degree
- Observe firsthand the relationships of the Criminal Justice, Firefighting and EMS disciplines in their roles of first responder
Contact: Jim Lee
100 Weldon Boulevard, Sanford, Florida 32773
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms – Orlando Field Office, Criminal Enforcement
Contact: Levine (Lee) DelPrado
3452 Lake Lynda Drive, Suite 450, Orlando, FL 32817
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives
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.
Industry 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.
Contact: Bryan Page
ATF Special Agent
3452 Lake Lynda Drive, Suite 450, Orlando, FL
Federal Bureau of Investigations – Honors Internship Program
Contact: Sara Oates
500 Zack St., Room 600, Tampa, FL 33602
Federal Law Enforcement Training Center – U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Human Capital Operations Division
Contact: Sonja Smith
FLETC Student Programs Coordinator
1131 Chapel Crossing Road, Townhouse 393, Glynco, GA 31524
Email | Website
National Institute for Justice – Internship Program
Non-paid internships. Interested parties should e-mail resumes directly to Ms. Hughes.
Office of Justice Programs
Competitive internship; Oct-Nov Application Dates for Summer internship; 10-16 weeks; GS2-GS9 Level
U.S. Department of Homeland Security – Fraud Detection and National Security (FDNS) -SE Regional Office
Contact: Kimberly Dean
Associate Regional Director
390 N. Orange Ave., Suite 1943, Orlando, FL 32801
Email | Website
U.S. Department of Homeland Security – Immigration and Customs Enforcement
Special Agent Blas would like prospective interns to e-mail him a resume, along with a cover letter indicating the term s/he would like to intern.
U.S. Food and Drug Administration
Students should not apply for this internship UNLESS they have 30 semester hours of science.
U.S. Marshals Service
Contact: Dr. Watkins
401 West Central Blvd., Suite 2300, Orlando, FL 32801
School-Based Prevention/Brevard County
Contact: Stanley Brizz
State Probation – Seminole and Brevard
Contact: Edi DeCicco
312 W. 1st Street, Suite 605, Sanford, FL 32771