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Internships/Opportunities

Internships

The major provides for observation and internship opportunities beginning at the freshman level and culminating in a 15 to 20 hour-per-week, semester-long internship at the senior level. Students may explore internships from a diversity of options as the Rochester area includes all major types of criminal justice settings.

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Internship Sites:

Law Enforcement Agencies:
Federal:
Drug Enforcement Administration
U.S. Marshall’s Office
Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms

U. S. Secret Service


State:
Department of Environmental Conservation
New York State Police


Local:
Monroe County Sheriff’s Department
Genesee County Sheriff’s Department
Orleans County Sheriff’s Department
Wayne County Sheriff’s Department
Wyoming County Sheriff’s Department
City of Rochester Police Department

Town of Gates Police Department
Greece Police Department
Town of Ogden Police Department
LeRoy Police Department
Brighton Police Department
Irondequoit Police Department


Judicial Process Agencies:
Monroe County District Attorney’s Office
Monroe County Public Defender’s Office

Monroe County Family Court
Monroe County Courts
New York State Supreme Court
U.S. District Court


Correctional Agencies: Institutions and Community Based Corrections:
Albion Correctional Facility
School at Industry
Monroe County Jail
Park Ridge
Hillside Children’s Center
Monroe County Probation Department
Wayne County Probation Department
Wyoming County Probation Department
Genesee County Probation Department
Genesee Justice Programs

 

Private Security

Wegmans

Pinkerton's Inc.

Rochester General Hospital

SUNY at Brockport Campus Security

Rochester Institute of Technology Campus Security

Opportunities

Criminal Justice
The Criminal Justice Club sponsors a variety of activities promoting criminal justice and economic crime investigation, both on and off campus. The Club has visited the Attica Correctional Facility for insights into criminology, sponsored a Criminal Justice Explorer’s Post, and set up Criminal Justice month, which has included a Career panel, K-9 demonstration, Hypnosis Demonstration, Applying for Jobs and Graduate Schools Information panel, Victim Impact panel, and a variety of other social activities. The club sponsors an annual urban Criminal Justice experience to New York City, Washington, DC, or Boston. Students who participate in the urban experience are afforded the opportunity to ride along with the local police and visit a variety of Criminal Justice venues in the city and surrounding region.