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Unpaid Student Intern (ID: 109124) for Fall 2022


Division Of State Police

Troop K Headquarters, 2541 Route 44
Salt Point , NY 12578
E-Mail: personnel@troopers.ny.gov
Phone: (518) 457-3840

Division/Unit: Troop K Headquarters


Web Site: https://troopers.ny.gov/(New Window)


Proposal Information


The goal of the Internship Program is to provide the student with real-world work experience in the field of their degree.


*Assist the Unit in which they are assigned with research, presentation preparation and other assignments related to the mission of the section.
*Interact with State Police sworn members and non-sworn members on a variety of levels.
*Follow directives from their mentor.
*Work on special projects by:
*Researching and documenting the application of Criminal Justice theories to the work and duties of the New York State Police.
*Help to research, compile and maintain databases with information pertaining to the section they are assigned.
*Information gathering for up-coming initiatives (crime rates, motor vehicle statistics, etc.)
*Interns may job-shadow employees assigned to different details in the Troop, such as Communications, Traffic, Bureau of Criminal Investigation, Forensic Identification Unit, etc.
*Upon completion of the internship, the student will provide a written report on their experience with the New York State Police.

Applicants must meet the New York State Student Intern Eligibility Requirements in order to apply for an internship.

In addition to uploading your resume onto the New York State Student Intern Program portal, a New York State Police Application for Internship, a New York State Police Release of Information form, a letter of recommendation from your school and most recent transcripts MUST also be submitted. The application and release are available at https://troopers.ny.gov/internships.

Please mail the application, release, letter of recommendation and transcripts to:

New York State Police
Internship Program Coordinator
1220 Washington Avenue, Building #22
Albany, NY 12226

*Prior to beginning an Internship, the student must pass a background investigation. This process could take up to two (2) months to complete.



Excellent work ethic

Excellent organizational skills

Self-motivated, directed & disciplined


Internship Areas: Criminal Justice/Corrections, Homeland Security

Logistical Information

Payment? Unpaid

Number of Hours: 30 or more

Location: Dutchess

Number of Interns Needed: 1

Desired Candidate Profile

Preferred Standing Junior

Minimum Standing: Junior

Degree Concentrations: Criminal Justice/Homeland Security