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1INTERNSHIP AGENGY WORK DESCRIPTIONS
1The following descriptions provide information on a wide range of opportunities available. Other agencies may be available for internships, so inquire if you have another agency you want to be considered for internship credit. Agencies not on the list must be approved by the Internship Coordinator.

1CORRECTIONS


1Agency Typical Activities

1Diagnostic and Evaluation Work with professional staff interviewing and compiling information

Center on newly arrived legal offenders, assessing their needs for written reports and placement within the correctional system. Possible paid internship. www.corrections.state.ne.us/dec.html
1Lancaster County Interns are typically involved in booking, transport, control

Corrections center activities, assisting the work release coordinator, etc. www.lancaster.ne.gov/correct


1Lincoln Correctional Typically assist unit case worker in coordination and

Center observation of inmate activities, providing basic needs to inmates, inspections, disciplinary hearings. Interns receive special training during the first few weeks. Possible paid internship. www.corrections.state.ne.us/lcc.html


1Nebraska Department of Work on special projects. www.corrections.state.ne.us

Correctional Services


1Nebraska State Penitentiary Interns will assist in maintaining security, supervise inmates, assist in caseload functions and assist with inmate orientation to housing unit. Another opportunity may be possible with the Emergency Preparedness Program. Possible paid internship. www.corrections.state.ne.us/nsp.html

1COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS/PROBATION/PAROLE


1Agency Typical Activities
1Lancaster County This internship exposes interns to the daily operations of the

Community Corrections county court system and community corrections programming including screening, community service and pretrial diversion services. www.lancaster.ne.gov/commcorr/index.htm


Lancaster County Interns are involved in assisting supervision officers with

Drug Court intensive supervision, drug testing, sitting in on drug court sessions, some data collection and computer work. www.lancaster.ne.gov/commcorr/drugcourt


Nebraska State Parole Interns are involved in revocation investigations, Parole

(Adult) Board hearings, interviewing parolees and some home visits. www.corrections.state.ne.us/parole.html


1Nebraska State Probation Interns are typically involved in interviewing defendants

(Adult) for PSI reports, supervision of probationers and will observe revocation proceedings. Note: Additional application form required. www.supremecourt.ne.gov/probation (Adult Programs)


1Nebraska State Probation Interns are typically involved in interviewing juvenile

(Juvenile) defendants, observation of court proceedings and supervision of juvenile probationers. www.supremecourt.ne.gov/probation (Juvenile Services)


Nebraska State Probation Work with Nebraska Probation Administration to

Administration streamline probation operations throughout the state. www.supremecourt.ne.gov/probation


1United States Probation Interns are typically involved in interviewing federal

(Adult) defendants, assist with reports, observation of court proceedings. www.uscourts.gov/FederalCourts/ProbationPretrialServices.aspx


1COURTS AND LEGAL


1Agency Typical Activities

Gage County Attorney Assist attorneys with cases and attend court hearings. www.gagecountynebraska.us/webpages/attorney/attorney.html


Lancaster County Attorney Assist attorneys with background work in prosecution of

(Juvenile Division) cases. Placement will be with the Chief Deputy of the Juvenile Division. www.lancaster.ne.gov/attorney/Juvenile.htm


1Lancaster County Public Interns work with the investigator to provide information to

Defender attorneys. They will interview witnesses, write reports and may attend court. At times, they may assist with court hearing docket call, filing motions, letters, etc. and witness interviews. www.lancaster.ne.gov/pdefen


1Legal Aid of Nebraska Assist attorneys with preparation of civil and juvenile cases. Legal research as requested by attorneys and may attend court. http://legalaidofnebraska.com/
1Legislative Judiciary Interns are involved in research related to proposed bills.

Committee (Spring only)


Nebraska Attorney 1Interns handle consumer fraud complaints. Act as a neutral

General’s Office mediator between consumers and businesses, and educate

(Consumer Protection Div) consumers. www.ago.ne.gov/consumer_protection

1Nebraska State Court Interns are typically involved in court management

Administrator research projects. Past projects have included court workload reviews, sentencing guidelines, citizen’s handbook on courts, and retention of judges. www.supremecourt.ne.gov/9/administrative-office-courts

LAW ENFORCEMENT
1Agency Typical Activities

Citizenship and Immigration Interns assist Immigration Officers with citizenship and

Service immigration fraud investigations. Note: Early application is required because of background checks. www.uscis.gov/portal/site/uscis
Hall County Sheriff Work on warrants, special projects ride-along with deputies, etc. www.hcgi.org/content.lasso?page=6114
1Lancaster County Sheriff Work on warrants, special projects, ride-along with deputies, etc. Note: Additional application form required. www.lancaster.ne.gov/sheriff
1Lincoln Police Department Interns are assigned to a division such as Forgery, Technical Investigations, Youth Aid, Community Service, Records, Criminal Investigations, Liquor and Vice Inspections, etc. Opportunity to ride-along with officers. Note: Additional Lincoln Police Department application form required. The Lincoln Police Department will review applications and make final selections. www.lincoln.ne.gov/city/police
Nebraska State Patrol Interns are assigned to a division such as Criminal Identification, Criminal Investigations, Research & Planning, Drug Investigations, Carrier Enforcement, Traffic, Training Academy K-9, Sex Offender Registry, Criminal Investigative Analysis, etc. Opportunity to ride-along with troopers. Note: Additional State Patrol application form and resume is required. The State Patrol will review applications and make final selections. https://statepatrol.nebraska.gov
1United States Interns are typically involved in transporting prisoners,

Marshal’s Office office work, executing miscellaneous Federal District Court orders and attending court proceedings. Note: Early application is required because of background checks. www.justice.gov/marshals


1United States Accompany special agents and learn various aspects of the

Secret Service position including protection and counterfeit investigation.

(Omaha) Assist special agents. Note: Early application is required because of extensive background checks. www.secretservice.gov
1UNL Campus Police Assist with special projects and have an opportunity for ride along. www.police.unl.edu

1VICTIM ASSISTANCE


1Agency Typical Activities

1Friendship Home Shelter for abused women and children. Interns work as women’s advocate or children’s advocate. Some involvement with support groups. Note: Includes 20 hours of training. www.friendshiphome.org

1Voices of Hope (Formerly Rape/Spouse Abuse Crisis Center) Working on crisis phone line giving information to victims on resources available. May work on special research projects. Note: Requires initial training. www.voicesofhopelincoln.org
1Victim-Witness Unit Contacting victims and witnesses regarding police and

Lincoln Police Dept. court actions, education on criminal justice processes, accompanying victims to court. www.lincoln.ne.gov/city/police/vwindex.htm

1YOUTH/JUVENILE SERVICES
1Agency Typical Activities

1Cedar's Youth Services Work in programming with youth in residential treatment juvenile diversion services, teen court or the Freeway Station (a short-term placement for troubled youth - home setting). Note: Additional application form required. www.cedars-kids.org

Center on Children, The Center on Children, Families and the Law is a multi-disciplinary 

Families & the Law institute that seeks to enhance the well-being of children, youth, and families through research, policy analysis, and community service.  Interns assist in the development of training materials for child welfare and juvenile justice professionals who work for the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services. www.ccfl.unl.edu/ 


Douglas County Juvenile The Douglas County Juvenile Assessment Center (JAC) serves as the focal

Assessment Center point for intake, assessment, service referrals and case management. The JAC functions to limit penetration of juveniles into the formal juvenile justice system.  Interns are trained to administer the assessment instruments, and after being trained, to carry a small caseload.   Interns also have the opportunity to be involved in community initiatives and interact with community service providers.   http://www.douglascounty-ne.gov/jaccms/

Child Protective Services Child Protective Services  works with abused, neglected, dependent, and/or delinquent youth to ensure that they are placed into a permanent healthy and caring environment, help them heal, and keep them safe from future harm or maltreatment. http://dhhs.ne.gov/children_family_services/Pages/jus_jusindex.aspx
Juvenile Diversion Juvenile Diversion interns receive hands on experience and training on all the various components of the programs and services provided.  Interns serve in an active role alongside staff working directly with clients and families including: the facilitation of intakes, assessment, case management, co-facilitation of educational groups, and Teen Court operations. See generally www.cedars-kids.org
Juvenile Reentry Project Work with youth who have been released from either detention or from a youth rehabilitation center, and assist them with their re-entry into the community. Interns will coordinate their activities with the Re-Entry Project staff, the Nebraska Department of Health & Human Services, and the Lincoln Public Schools. www.dhhs.ne.gov/children_family_services/pages/jus_ojsindex.aspx
Juvenile Services Office Assist Juvenile Service Officers in the supervision of juveniles who have become state wards. Visitations at schools, group homes, correctional facilities and court hearings. Note: Additional application form required. www.dhhs.ne.gov/children_family_services/pages/jus_ojsindex.aspx
Lancaster County Juvenile The Lancaster County Juvenile Drug Court (JDC) serves youth between the

Drug Court (JDC) ages of 15-18 youth with identified alcohol and/or drug problems. The JDC team monitors and works closely with the youth and family to address youth’s substance use and other related problems.  The JDC is a voluntary post adjudication program and youth are on a conditional release while in the program. http://lancaster.ne.gov/juvenile


Teen Court Interns receive hands on experience and training on all various components of the programs and services provided. Interns serve in an active role alongside staff working directly with clients and families including: the facilitation of intakes, assessment, case management, co-facilitation of weekly Teen Court proceedings. Interns should be available every Thursday from 3 to 6 pm for Teen Court. See generally www.cedars-kids.org
Nebraska Juvenile Justice Nebraska Juvenile Justice Association works with organizations statewide,

Association serving as a general resource, and more specifically, providing training for those who work with youth and families. www.njja.org

1OTHER
1Agency Typical Activities

1CenterPointe Work with adult or youth whose drug/alcohol problems require residential services or work in Drug Crisis Center which provides 24-hour Crisis Line counseling for people with drug/alcohol related problems. Note: Includes training. www.centerpointe.org


1Nebraska Crime Interns are typically assigned a project that involves some

Commission data collection and analysis and report writing. Usually contact with various correctional (Jail Standards) and law enforcement agencies. www.ncc.ne.gov/CC.htm


1Nebraska Department of Interns are involved with case file review, contacting

Insurance (Fraud Division) insurance companies and complainants, gathering questions and accompanying investigator on interviews. Research for anti-fraud presentations. www.doi.nebraska.gov/fraud/ifpdindex.htm


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