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					               Agency                                 Description                              Location            Agency Website                  Contact Information
Abused Deaf Women's Advocacy Services              ADWAS is committed to                 Seattle, WA             www.adwas.org                  Volunteer Coordinator:
                                                    providing services to Deaf and
                                                    Deaf-Blind victims of sexual                                                                 (206) 726-0093 TTY
                                                    assault and/or domestic                                                                      advocates@adwas.org
                                                    violence. The mission of ADWAS
                                                    is a belief that violence is a                                                               Ongoing
                                                    learned behavior and it should
                                                    not be tolerated. Can volunteer
                                                    as a victim advocate or office
                                                    volunteer.

Alcohol, Tobacco, & Firearms              *The mission of ATF is to conduct criminal      915 2nd Ave.,           www.atf.gov                    Watch for Vacancy Announcements
     Seattle Field Division              investigations, regulate the firearms and       Room 790                                               posted on their website, the CJ website,
                                          explosives industries, and assist other law     Seattle, WA                                            &/or e-mailed from the CJ Department
                                          enforcement agencies. This work is
                                          undertaken to prevent terrorism, reduce
                                          violent crime and to protect the public in a
                                          manner that is faithful to the Constitution
                                          and the laws of the United States.

                                          *Background check required. It will take
                                          90 days.
Asian Counseling and Referral Service     * Asian Counseling and Referral Service         Seattle Office:         www.acrs.org                   Volunteer Coordinator:
(ACRS)                                    (ACRS) is a nationally recognized non-          720 8th Avenue South,
     Domestic Violence Intervention &    profit organization offering a broad array of   Suite 200                                              (206) 695-7600
        Education-Batterers Treatment     human services and behavioral health                                                                   volunteer@acrs.org
     Substance Abuse Treatment &         programs to Asian Pacific Americans in
        Recovery                          King County. ACRS is the largest multi-         Bellevue Office:                                       Ongoing
                                          service organization serving all the            12828 Northup Way,
                                          different Asian Pacific American                Suite 100
                                          communities - immigrants, refugees and
                                          American born - in the Pacific Northwest.

                                          *Require a longer commitment (i.e.,
                                          greater than one quarter)
Asian & Pacific Islander Women & Family   *Our mission is to prevent violence against     Seattle, WA             www.volunteersolutions.org/u   Volunteer Coordinator:
 Safety Center                            women through community organizing and                                  wkc/org/223782.html
                                          education; provide safe, culturally relevant                                                           Judith Panlasigui:



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                                        services for women, youth, and children;
                                        and create housing resources for families                                                           (206) 467-9976
                                        who face domestic and sexual violence,
                                        and victimization from human trafficking in                                                         Ongoing
                                        Asian and Pacific Islander communities.
Bellevue Police Department              *Volunteers work with adults arrested in         11511 Main St.      www.cityofbellevue.org/page.   Probation Volunteer Coordinator:
      Probation                        Bellevue for misdemeanor offenses with           Bellevue, WA        asp?view=1052
                                        the goal of preventing reoccurrences.                                                               (425) 452-6956
                                        These volunteers receive extensive
                                        training and support from the Probation                                                             Ongoing
                                        staff. Serve as: Probation Advisory Board
                                        Member, one-on-one counselor, case
                                        monitor, Pre-Sentence writer, news writer
                                        or statistician, therapist, clerical assistant
                                        or interpreter.
Catherine Booth House                   *We at The Salvation Army Catherine              Seattle, WA         www.volunteersolutions.org/u   Volunteer Coordinator:
                                        Booth House strive to create a safe haven                            wkc/org/648612.html
                                        for women and children fleeing domestic                                                             Cesira Omissi:
                                        abuse; a place where they can begin to                                                              (206) 442-8376
                                        heal mind, body and spirit. We are a
                                        Seattle-based confidential domestic                                                                 Ongoing
                                        violence shelter for women and their
                                        children. Typically, clients stay 28 days.
                                        Where possible, we refer clients to
                                        Transitional Housing programs, depending
                                        upon availability and the client's situation.
                                        Sometimes we refer clients to other
                                        shelters. Some clients choose to leave
                                        before their time is up.

Domestic Abuse Women's Network (DAWN)   * DAWN has a 25-year history of providing        South King County   www.dawnonline.org             Volunteer Information:
                                        services to survivors of domestic violence
                                        in South King County. It is the voices of                                                           425-656-4305, ext. 238
                                        survivors, their struggles and experiences,                                                         crisisline@dawnonline.org
                                        which guide our work and give meaning to
                                        our mission.                                                                                        Ongoing

                                        *DAWN has a number of volunteer
                                        opportunities ranging from administrative
                                        office work, to crisis intervention and



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                                     advocacy on our 24-hour crisis line. We
                                     would be happy to find a commitment that
                                     fits your schedule and area of interest! For
                                     any direct service volunteer work, we ask
                                     that our volunteers complete DAWN’s 47-
                                     hour Domestic Violence Advocacy Training
                                     which is offered in the Spring and Fall.

Drug Enforcement Administration      *The mission of the Drug Enforcement              400 Second Ave. West   www.usdoj.gov/dea            (206) 553-5443
     Seattle Division               Administration (DEA) is to enforce the            Seattle, WA
                                     controlled substances laws and regulations                                                            Ongoing
                                     of the United States and bring to the
                                     criminal and civil justice system of the
                                     United States, or any other competent
                                     jurisdiction, those organizations and
                                     principal members of organizations,
                                     involved in the growing, manufacture, or
                                     distribution of controlled substances
                                     appearing in or destined for illicit traffic in
                                     the United States; and to recommend and
                                     support non-enforcement programs aimed
                                     at reducing the availability of illicit
                                     controlled substances on the domestic and
                                     international markets.
Eastside Domestic Violence Program   * Since 1982 Eastside Domestic Violence           Bellevue, WA           www.edvp.org                 Volunteer Program Manager:
                                     Program (EDVP) has provided safety,
                                     support and accessibility to an estimated                                                             Lucie Eldridge:
                                     78,000 victims and their children. EDVP
                                     believes that domestic violence will end                                                              (425) 562-8840 ext. 229
                                     only when individuals, institutions and                                                               luciee@edvp.org
                                     society as a whole join together to demand
                                     an end to abuse. EDVP supports a                                                                      Ongoing
                                     comprehensive, coordinated response to
                                     domestic violence by working together with
                                     systems, organizations, community groups
                                     and individuals to end domestic violence.
Federal Bureau of Investigation      * As the primary investigative arm of the         Washington, D.C.       www.fbijobs.com/intern.asp   For questions, contact the Seattle FBI
                                     federal government, the FBI is responsible                                                            Field Office:
                                     for protecting the United States by
                                     preventing future terrorist attacks,                                                                  (206) 622-0460



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                                            conducting sensitive national security
                                            investigations, and enforcing over 260                                                                   Watch for Vacancy Announcements
                                            federal statutes. The FBI also works with                                                                posted on their website, the CJ website,
                                            other federal, state and local law                                                                       &/or e-mailed from the CJ Department
                                            enforcement agencies in investigating
                                            matters of joint interest and in training law
                                            enforcement officers from around the
                                            world.
Federal Law Enforcement Training Center     *The Federal Law Enforcement Training           FLETC                      http://fletc.gov/student-     FLETC College Intern Program Coord.
     College Intern Program                Center (FLETC) serves as the Federal            1131 Chapel Crossing       information/college-intern-   (912) 267-2100
                                            government’s leader for and provider of         TH 382                     program
                                            world-class law enforcement training. At        Glynco, GA 31524                                         Currently ongoing.
                                            the FLETC, personnel from over 80
                                            Federal law enforcement agencies train          *The locations an intern
                                            and work together to combat and prevent         may be placed are
                                            crimes and terrorism throughout the world.      Brunswick, Georgia
                                                                                            (primary location) or
                                            *Three sessions of the College Intern           field locations in
                                            Program are conducted annually.                 Artesia, New Mexico;
                                            Sessions are 12 weeks in length and             Cheltenham, Maryland;
                                            consist of both hands-on learning               and Charleston, South
                                            opportunities and work on beneficial            Carolina.
                                            projects.

                                            * Applications are accepted in January,
                                            April, and September.
Friends & Family of Violent Crime Victims   *The mission of Families and Friends of         Everett, WA                www.fnfvcv.org                Autumn Allen:
                                            Violent Crime Victims is to support and                                                                  Outreach/Volunteer Coordinator
                                            advocate for victims of violent crime, adult                                                             autumn@fnfvcv.org
                                            missing persons, and their loved ones, and
                                            to provide education about victims' rights                                                               Ongoing
                                            and services.
Governor's Internship Program               *The Governor's Internship Program              Lacey, WA                  http://hr.dop.wa.gov/gip      Program Coordinator:
                                            provides college students an opportunity        Burien, WA (juvenile                                     Nancy Murphy:
                                            through internships to gain valuable work       corrections intern)
                                            experience and knowledge in various                                                                      (360) 725-3641
                                            areas of state government leading to a
                                            potential career in public service.                                                                      Ongoing

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Harborview Mental Health Outpatient     Harborview is one of the region’s most          325 9th Ave.         www.uwmedicine.org/Facilitie   Andrea Bernard
                                        comprehensive health-care facilities,                                s/Harborview                   andreab@u.washington.edu
                                        providing high quality, state-of-the-art                                                            (206) 744-9644
                                        advanced health care for people from all
                                        walks of life.                                                                                      Contact for current opportunities.

                                        *Office Assisting
Interaction Transition                  *The mission of Interaction Transition is to    934 16th Ave.                                       Tom Teicher:
                                        assist ex-felons who are serious about
                                        going straight in making a successful                                                               (206) 324-3932
                                        transition from life in prison to life in the                                                       i-t@mindspring.com
                                        community. I/T sponsors Transition
                                        House, an 18-bed transitional housing                                                               Ongoing
                                        facility (for men and women) as well as
                                        prison-based support group meetings for
                                        inmates awaiting release WA correctional
                                        facilities.

                                        *Can only support a limited number of
                                        interns/year.
King County Department of Adult and     * Over 300 community volunteers provide         KC Jail:             www.metrokc.gov/dad/Seattle    Program Coordinator:
Juvenile Detention                      religious services, counseling, alcohol and     500 Fifth Ave.       .htm#volunteering
     King County Jail                  drug treatment support, adult basic             Seattle, WA                                         (206) 296-1281
     King County Juvenile Detention    education, GED prep, and support upon
         Services                       release for inmates.                            KCJDS:                                              Ongoing
                                                                                        1211 E. Adler St.
                                        *All applicants must complete a detailed        Seattle, WA
                                        application, interview, detention orientation
                                        training, and pass an extensive criminal
                                        background check. Although criminal
                                        history does not preclude acceptance into
                                        the program, or at least a two-year
                                        separation from the criminal justice system
                                        (including probation and parole) is
                                        required.
King County Medical Examiner's Office   *The Medical Examiner's Office serves the       Harborview Medical   www.metrokc.gov/HEALTH/e       *To check whether there are current
                                        living, by investigating sudden, violent,       325 - 9th Ave        xaminer                        openings go to:
                                        unexpected, and suspicious deaths that          Seattle, WA                                         www.seattleu.edu/artsci/criminal/InternE
                                        occur in King County. The Medical                                                                   mploy505.asp or check the CJ website
                                        Examiner's Office is a unit of the



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                                          Prevention Division of Public Health -                                                                  *For further questions:
                                          Seattle & King County. The office                                                                       (206) 731-3232
                                          personnel includes medical examiners,
                                          who are medical doctors specializing in the                                                             www.metrokc.gov/comments/comment.
                                          science of forensic pathology, medical                                                                  cfm
                                          investigators, autopsy assistants, and
                                          administrative support staff.

                                          *Limited #/year available.

                                          *Competitive. Preference given to those
                                          who have taken a Forensic Science
                                          course. WA state driver's license and
                                          completion of a background investigation
                                          are required.


King County Prosecutor’s Office           *The Criminal Division is the largest of four   Locations include:       www.metrokc.gov/proatty        Internship Coordinator:
                                          divisions in the King County Prosecutor's
                                          Office and is organized into several            516 3rd Ave.                                            Becky Gifford, Personnel Manager
                                          different units and sections. At the core of    Seattle, WA                                             W554 King County Courthouse
                                          the attorney structure is an Executive                                                                  516 3rd Ave.
                                          Committee comprising the Division Chief         900 4th Ave.                                            Seattle, WA 98104
                                          and senior deputy prosecutors                   Seattle, WA                                             206-296-9000
                                          representing the major units in the                                                                     becky.gifford@metrokc.gov
                                          Division. This Executive Committee              500 4th Ave.
                                          manages the processing of the thousands         Seattle, WA
                                          of cases which pass through this division.                                                              Ongoing
                                          The Criminal Division represents the state      1211 E. Alder
                                          and the county in criminal matters in the       Seattle, WA (1st Hill)
                                          King County District and Superior courts,
                                          the state and federal courts of appeal, and     401 4th Ave.
                                          the Washington and U.S. Supreme Courts.         Kent, WA

                                          *Administrative Assistant
                                          *Domestic Violence Advocate

King County Public Defender Association   * The Defender Association provides legal       810 3rd Ave., #800       www.defender.org/jobs/invint   Please call (206) 447-3900, ext. 692 for
                                          representation to indigent and low income       Seattle, WA              ern                            information



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clients. Our office represents individuals in
criminal matters, as well as in civil
proceedings involving liberty interests (civil
commitment and dependency cases).
Typically, investigators are used in the
criminal divisions of the office-
misdemeanors, felony and juvenile--
although we occasionally handle limited
investigations in other divisions of the
office.

Defense investigators are the eyes and
ears for the attorneys. An investigator may
be asked to: photograph or diagram a
crime scene, check criminal, medical, or
other records of witnesses or clients,
interview witnesses, police officers, and
victims and write concise reports from
each interview, subpoena defense
witnesses, and be available for testimony
at time of trial.

The investigator intern is required to confer
with the staff attorneys and his/her
supervisor throughout the investigation to
exchange information. The intern must
maintain strict confidentiality regarding any
information gathered during the
investigation.

Positions are available for three months or
more, with a minimum commitment of 20
hours a week. Hours are flexible, but must
include some time blocks between 8:30
and 5:00 pm in the office. However, all
interns should be aware that these hours
do not dictate the intern schedule. Hours
are often dictated by the availability of
witnesses involved in our cases.



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King County Sheriff's Office          *With over 1,000 employees, the KCSO          516 3rd Ave.             www.metrokc.gov/sheriff         Volunteer Coordinator:
     Detective                       serves the law enforcement needs of over      Seattle, WA
     Special operations              half a million people in unincorporated                                                                Valerie Holmes
     Precinct                        areas and our thirteen contract cities. The   Various offices around                                   206-205-7602
     Fingerprinting                  KCSO also provides police departments         the county                                               valerie.holmes@metrokc.gov
     Communications                  for the Muckleshoot Tribe, Metro Transit,
                                      and the King County International Airport.
                                      Our commitment to meeting the needs of                                                                 Ongoing
                                      all residents means that services such as
                                      SWAT, helicopters, and canine units are
                                      available to King County’s 1.6 million
                                      residents. The Sheriff’s Office also
                                      manages King County’s regional
                                      Automated Fingerprint Identification
                                      System (AFIS). Since 1988, this system
                                      has helped identify thousands of criminals.
Kirkland Police Department            *DART: Volunteers with a strong               123 5th Ave.             www.ci.kirkland.wa.us/depart/   Coordinator:
      Domestic Abuse Response Team   commitment to victims of domestic             Kirkland, WA             police/pd.htm                   Eileen Trentman:
         (DART)                       violence are needed to join in partnership
      Citizen Patrol                 with Kirkland Police Department to                                                                     (425) 587-3012
      Police Explorers               address and prevent domestic violence.                                                                 etrentman@ci.kirkland.wa.us
                                      D.A.R.T. volunteers provide crisis
                                      intervention and support to victims of                                                                 Ongoing
                                      domestic violence after there has been
                                      police involvement, and assist them during
                                      the court process that follows. Must be 21,
                                      pass criminal background check.

                                      *Citizen Patrol :. Volunteers assist with
                                      traffic and pedestrian safety measures in
                                      an effort to make the streets of Kirkland
                                      more "pedestrian friendly." Volunteers use
                                      hand held radar units to monitor and track
                                      car speeds in school zones, busy
                                      thoroughfares, and areas of reported
                                      problems.


                                      *Police Explorers Program: Police
                                      Program for youth, ages 14-21. Volunteers



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                                         receive extensive training in law
                                         enforcement.

Municipal Court of Seattle               *The Municipal Court of Seattle is the         600 5th Ave.       www.ci.seattle.wa.us/courts/p   Volunteer Coordinator:
    Case Aide (Probation)               largest Limited Jurisdiction Court in the      Seattle, WA        rob/volopp.htm
    Case Management Asst. (Probation)   State of Washington with eight elected                                                            (206) 684-7803
    Receptionist (Court Resource        Judges and five appointed Magistrates.                                                            mike.tincher@seattle.gov
        Center)                          The Court adjudicates all misdemeanor
                                         and gross misdemeanor crimes,
                                         infractions, and civil violations authorized                                                      Ongoing
                                         under the Seattle Municipal Code and
                                         certain Revised Code of Washington
                                         Statutes.
Naval Criminal Investigative Service     *NCIS offers a hands-on, nonpaying             Washington, D.C.   www.ncis.navy.mil               Student Internship Program Manager:
                                         internship program, which is designed to
                                         provide education-related work                                                                    Cheryl Marsh
                                         assignments for students. The program is                                                          (202) 433-9161
                                         open to college juniors and seniors and                                                           cmarsh@ncis.navy.mil
                                         graduate students.
                                         Based upon their background and                                                                   Watch for Vacancy Announcements
                                         experience, interns are assigned to                                                               posted on their website, the CJ website,
                                         functional areas such as criminal                                                                 &/or e-mailed from the CJ Department
                                         investigations, information systems,
                                         government relations and public affairs,
                                         computer crimes, strategic planning,
                                         personnel services and operations,
                                         criminal intelligence, and forensic
                                         sciences.

New Beginnings                           * New Beginnings provides services to          Seattle, WA        www.newbegin.org                Volunteer Coordinator:
                                         women and children whose lives have
                                         been affected by physical, emotional, or                                                          Billie Miller:
                                         sexual abuse. Some women who use our
                                         services are in physical danger. Others are                                                       (206) 926.3016
                                         living with controlling partners in                                                               info@newbegin.org
                                         relationships that are emotionally abusive.

                                         * We offer a variety of volunteer positions                                                       Ongoing
                                         in the Shelter Program, the Community
                                         Advocacy Program (CAP), the Transitional



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                                          Housing Program (THP), and the
                                          Administrative Office. Every job is
                                          important, and we could not continue
                                          without our volunteer staff!

NW High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area   *The Northwest HIDTA mission is to            Seattle, WA            www.whitehousedrugpolicy.g   Sherrie Funston:
                                          measurably reduce large scale importation                            ov/hidta/northwest.html
                                          and local drug trafficking by intercepting                                                        (206) 352-3648
                                          shipments, disrupting local manufacturing
                                          and trafficking operations, and to reduce                                                         Ongoing
                                          demand by supporting treatment and
                                          effective demand reduction programs. The
                                          Northwest HIDTA focuses on high-value
                                          trafficking targets and financial
                                          infrastructure.

                                          *Criminal Intelligence Specialist Intern
                                            -apply early, minimum 3.0 GPA,
                                             criminal background check

Peace for the Streets                     * Peace for the Streets by Kids from the      1814 Summit Ave.       www.psks.org                 Internship Coordinator:
                                          Streets (PSKS) provides support and           Seattle, WA
                                          services to Seattle area homeless youth                                                           (206) 726-8500
                                          and young adults.                                                                                 info@psks.org

                                          * Criminal background check required                                                              Ongoing
Pioneer Human Services                    * Pioneer Human Services has been             7440 W. Marginal Way   www.pioneerhumanserv.com     206-768-1990
                                          nationally recognized as a model social       Seattle, WA
                                          enterprise. Since our founding in 1963, we                                                        Check with agency for opportunities.
                                          have served over 100,000 people through
                                          an integrated array of services including
                                          housing, employment, training, treatment,
                                          counseling, and re-entry services. Some
                                          of the people we serve are recovering from
                                          chemical dependencies; some are ex-
                                          offenders; others are homeless, but all are
                                          individuals on the margins of society.
Port of Seattle Police Department         * Port of Seattle Police officers interact    2711 Alaskan Way       www.portseattle.org          (206) 431-3490
                                          with hundreds of people each day. They        Seattle, WA                                         pospd@portseattle.org
                                          provide the primary law enforcement



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                                 response within the geographical
                                 boundaries of the Port of Seattle, including                                                       Check with agency for opportunities.
                                 Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and a
                                 portion of the surrounding residential and
                                 commercial properties. Port Police also
                                 patrol major portions of the Seattle
                                 waterfront and Elliott Bay.


Redmond Police Department        * The Redmond Police Department is                8701 160th Ave    www.ci.redmond.wa.us/inside    Nan Dyer:
                                 seeking volunteers who are willing to get         Redmond, WA       cityhall/police/police.asp
                                 involved and make a difference in their                                                            (425) 556-2632
                                 community. All volunteers undergo an
                                                                                                                                    ndyer@redmond.gov
                                 application processes similar to those
                                 used when hiring an employee: i.e.,
                                 interviewing, screening, background
                                 checks, and polygraph.                                                                             Ongoing

                                 *Assignments include: Staffing and
                                 implementing Crime Prevention and Fire
                                 Safety programs, Disabled Parking
                                 Enforcement Program, Fingerprinting,
                                 Pawn Shop Investigation Program,
                                 Special short-term/temporary program
                                 assignments, Crime Analyst Assistant




Seattle Parks & Recreation       *Seattle Parks and Recreation is                  100 Dexter Ave.   http://www.seattle.gov/parks   Program Coordinator:
Community Policing Partnership   implementing a new effort to increase the         Seattle, WA
                                 community’s use of parks by actively                                                               Randy Wiger
                                 partnering with local neighborhoods to                                                             (206) 694-0775
                                 create events in parks. The parks targeted                                                         randy.wiger@seattle.gov
                                 for this effort have a history of public safety
                                 incidents ranging from loitering to the sale
                                 and use of illegal drugs to gang-involved
                                 crime. The program applies the situational
                                 approach and routine activity theory to
                                 strengthen a place’s natural guardians.
                                 Parks believes community capacity-



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                                   building to be an essential element for the
                                   program to yield sustained results.

                                   *Criminal background check, good
                                   computer knowledge required
Seattle Police Department\         *The Community Police Academy is an 8-         Seattle, WA    www.cityofseattle.net/police/c   (206) 733-9338
Community Police Academy           week program established to educate the                       ommunity/CPA/default.htm
                                   public in the operation of their police
                                   department while obtaining valuable
                                   feedback from the community. This is a
                                   course involving 13 3-hour sessions
                                   including police related topics such as:
                                   Patrol operations and procedures, the
                                   criminal justice process, officer safety,
                                   firearms training, youth crimes, crime
                                   prevention. Student have the opportunity
                                   to ride along with officers, visit the 9-1-1
                                   Center, and tour selected law enforcement
                                   facilities.


Seattle Police Department          *Seattle Police Department Crisis              610 5th Ave.   www.cityofseattle.net/police     Currently accepting applications
Crisis Intervention Team Support   Intervention Team (CIT) is a unit that deals   Seattle, WA
                                   with offenders who demonstrate issues                                                          Please submit a cover letter and
                                   with mental illness. This unit is                                                              resume in electronic form to:
                                   responsible for documenting, reading and                                                       jhelfgot@seattleu.edu. Applications will
                                   assessing harm potential as a result of                                                        be screened at the dept level and
                                   behaviors engaged in by persons suffering                                                      forwarded to SPD.
                                   from mental illness. The CIT Unit seeks
                                   an undergraduate intern with background
                                   in forensic psychology to work with the unit
                                   in an administrative capacity assisting unit
                                   officers and a graduate intern in the
                                   evaluation, development, and
                                   implementation of CIT practices.

                                   * Desirable attributes include enthusiasm
                                   for program goals, enjoyment from working
                                   with the police and people in stressful and
                                   challenging conditions, general computer


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                                        knowledge (including SPSS and MS Word,
                                        Excel, and Access), good verbal and
                                        written communication skills, good problem
                                        solving ability, and professional demeanor.
                                        Interns will be required to submit an
                                        application, cover letter, and resume and
                                        sign a release authorizing a criminal
                                        background check as well as a
                                        confidentiality agreement.

                                        *undergraduate commitment: Minimum 1
                                        quarter, 2 quarters preferred
                                        *graduate commitment: minimum 6
                                        months


Seattle Police Department               * The Seattle Police Department currently       610 5th Ave.              www.cityofseattle.net/police   Volunteer Supervisor:
Domestic Violence Victim Support Team   offers the rewarding opportunity to             Seattle, WA
                                        volunteer with the Domestic Violence                                                                     Megan Bruneau :
                                        Victim Support Team. The Seattle Police                                                                  (206) 615-0892
                                        Department Domestic Violence Victim                                                                      megan.bruneau@seattle.gov
                                        Support Team is a unique partnership
                                        between community volunteers and police.
                                        The program is designed to address the                                                                   Ongoing
                                        gap in services during the weekend to
                                        domestic violence victims between the
                                        time patrol officers respond to a call to the
                                        time advocates, detectives and
                                        prosecutors make contact with the victim
                                        for follow up.

                                        *Must be 21, complete 50 hour training
                                        academy, WA state driver's license,
                                        criminal background check


U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity       *Headquartered in Washington, D.C., and         Federal Office Building   www.eeoc.gov                   Zulema Hinojos-Fall,
Commission                              through the operations of 50 offices            909 1st Ave., Suite 400                                    Administrative Judge
                                        nationwide, the U.S. Equal Employment           Seattle, WA                                              (206) 220-6911



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               Opportunity Commission (EEOC)                                                                 Zulema.Fall@eeoc.gov
               coordinates all federal equal employment
               opportunity regulations, practices, and
               policies. The EEOC interprets
               employment discrimination laws, monitors
               the federal sector employment
               discrimination program, provides funding
               and support to state and local Fair
               Employment Practices Agencies and
               sponsors outreach and technical
               assistance programs. The EEOC also
               enforces anti-discrimination laws in the
               federal sector and conducts thousands of
               hearings each year for federal employees
               who have filed discrimination complaints.

               *Auxiliary support clerk for the Federal
               Hearings Unit, the Administrative Judges,
               and the Deputy Director, to ensure smooth
               flow of work and correspondence within
               the Federal Hearings Unit.

               *Good computer skills are required.
U.S. Marshal   *Safeguarding the federal court system          Seattle, WA              www.usmarshals.gov   Recruitment occurs twice per year.
               has been the primary job for the Service        or can request another
               since the first U.S. Marshals were              jurisdiction                                  Announcements will be sent to SU e-
               appointed in 1789. Today, Deputy                                                              mail accounts when recruitment period
               Marshals are trained to use the latest                                                        is in effect.
               security techniques and equipment to
               protect judges, their staffs, prosecutors,
               witnesses, and jurors. Each year the
               Marshals Service transports more than
               180,000 prisoners and aliens. Detainees
               being moved between courts, prisons, and
               deportation sites typically travel in Service
               owned aircraft and ground vehicles. One
               of our toughest assignments has not
               changed over the years-the USMS arrests
               75 percent of all federal fugitives. That is
               more felons than are apprehended by all


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                          other federal agencies combined.

                          *CSCEP Program

                          *20 years old; U.S. citizen; social science
                          major; 3.0 cum. GPA, 2.75 major GPA;
                          junior or senior; background investigation,
                          medical examination, fitness examination
U.S. Secret Service       *The United States Secret Service is           915 2nd Ave.          www.ustreas.gov/usss/index.   206-220-6800
      Seattle Division   mandated by statute and executive order        Seattle, WA           shtml
                          to carry out two significant missions:                                                             Watch for Vacancy Announcements
                          protection and criminal investigations. The                                                        posted on their website, the CJ website,
                          Secret Service protects the President and                                                          &/or e-mailed from the CJ Department
                          Vice President, their families, heads of
                          state, and other designated individuals;
                          investigates threats against these
                          protectees; protects the White House, Vice
                          President’s Residence, Foreign Missions,
                          and other buildings within Washington,
                          D.C.; and plans and implements security
                          designs for designated National Special
                          Security Events. The Secret Service also
                          investigates violations of laws relating to
                          counterfeiting of obligations and securities
                          of the United States; financial crimes that
                          include, but are not limited to, access
                          device fraud, financial institution fraud,
                          identity theft, computer fraud; and
                          computer-based attacks on our nation’s
                          financial, banking, and telecommunications
                          infrastructure.


U.S. Probation            In 1993 the “Probation Office Intern           Five NW Offices –                                   Jennifer Tien, Sr US Probation Officer
                          Program” was established to provide            Everett, Northgate,                                 Ph: (206)553-4041, ext 109
                          university students with hands-on              Seattle, Tukwila,                                   Jennifer_Tien@wawp.uscourts.gov
                          experience in the criminal justice field.      Tacoma, Vancouver
                          Interns are provided with an extensive
                          overview of the Federal criminal justice



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                                     system and learn to perform many of the
                                     specific duties of an officer. Interns may
                                     work in the presentence unit providing
                                     assistance in the retrieving and collating of
                                     criminal histories for collateral
                                     investigations. As they become proficient
                                     in this area, they are able to observe
                                     presentence interviews and assist officers
                                     in the preparation of presentence
                                     investigation reports. Interns will be
                                     introduced to the supervision of offenders
                                     and assist officers with the pre-release
                                     investigations, transfer of jurisdiction
                                     requests, and are able to observe the
                                     intake process and initial case planning.

                                     In addition, interns may assist the liaison
                                     officer to the Comprehensive Sanction
                                     Center (halfway house). These interns
                                     attend PRT (Program Review Team) which
                                     meets every other Tuesday at the CCC.
                                     The intern monitors and provides the
                                     probation office and the CSC the
                                     assignment of offenders to officers, as
                                     soon as they have release addresses and
                                     are eligible for home confinement.

                                     Skills Required: General computer
                                     knowledge; ability to work with diverse
                                     population; verbal and written
                                     communication skills; Criminal background
                                     check; min. commitment of 6 months and
                                     avg. 16 hrs per week.
Walt Disney                          *Professional Development Studies offers             College Program Education Office
 -Professional Development Studies   students the unique opportunity to meet              (407) 827-1243
                                     Disney Professionals and explore careers
                                     at Walt Disney World Resort that are
                                     directly related to the student’s major of




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                                             field of study.

                                             Participants will learn about the Walt
                                             Disney World Resort Security Department
                                             through participation in presentations on
                                             the following topics: Walt Disney World
                                             Resort security organization overview;
                                             fraud in the hospitality industry; security
                                             and law enforcement; incident command;
                                             specialized operations; & emergency
                                             management

                                             Content from experiences may be
                                             applicable in meeting school requirements
                                             for independent study projects.
WA Defender’s Association                    *The Washington Defender Association is        810 3rd Ave., Suite 800   www.defensenet.org          Watch for Vacancy Announcements
                                             a non-profit organization created in 1983 to   Seattle, WA                                           posted on their website, the CJ website,
                                             promote, assist, and encourage public                                                                &/or e-mailed from the CJ Department
                                             defense systems which ensure that all
                                             accused persons in every court receive
                                             effective assistance of counsel.


WA State Department of Corrections           *Openings with the Department of               Seattle, WA               www.doc.wa.gov/home.asp     Clifford Thurman: (206) 254-4862
Community Corrections                        Corrections' Seattle Intake/Presentence                                                              cwthurman@DOC1.wa.gov
                                             Investigations Office.
                                                                                                                                                  Misi Liulamaga: (206) 720-3412
                                             *Criminal background check                                                                           miliulamaga@doc1.wa.gov

                                                                                                                                                  Ongoing
WA State Department of Corrections           Volunteer Opportunities available through      Monroe Correctional       www.doc.wa.gov/home.asp     Marjorie Peterson
Institutional Corrections                    Community Involvement Programs                 Complex, Monroe, WA                                   Community Involvement Coordinator
                                             including Black Prisoner’s Caucus, Indians                                                           Contact J. Helfgott for information:
                                             of All Tribes, United Asian Coalition,                                                               (206)296-5477
                                             Concerned Lifers Organization, Creative                                                              jhelfgot@seattleu.edu
                                             Expressions Project, Toastmasters,
                                             Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics
                                             Anonymous, and others….
WA State Dept. of Social & Health Services   *The Special Commitment Center                 Steilacoom,               www1.dshs.wa.gov/hrsa/scc   Watch for Vacancy Announcements



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                                          Program, operated by the Department of        Washington                                             posted on their website, the CJ website,
                                          Social and Health Services (DSHS),                                                                   &/or e-mailed from the CJ Department
                                          provides a specialized mental health
                                          treatment program for civilly committed sex
                                          offenders who have completed their prison
                                          sentences. The Special Commitment
                                          Center Program operates an institutional
                                          program and a community transition
                                          program, both of which are located on
                                          McNeil Island.
Washington State Patrol Crime Lab         Highly competitive unpaid project-based       Seattle, Washington   http://www.wsp.wa.gov/crime/
                                          internships. Must have background in                                crimlabs.htm                     (206)262-6002
                                          physical sciences and be a BS/Physical or
                                          Forensic Science major. Criminal                                    http://www.seattleu.edu/artsci
                                          background check, driving record, and                               /criminal/WSP%20recruitmen
                                          polygraph required.                                                 tbrochure%20-
                                                                                                              %20February%202005.pdf



WA State Office of the Attorney General   *The Consumer Protection Division needs       900 4th Ave.          www.atg.wa.gov                   Dennis Poor:
                                          Consumer Representatives to assist in         Seattle, WA                                            (206) 464-6816
                                          responding to inquiries and complaints                                                               dennisp@atg.wa.gov
                                          from the public regarding unfair or
                                          deceptive business practices. We are
                                          currently seeking individuals interested in                                                          Ongoing
                                          work-study or volunteer positions for our
                                          Seattle office.




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