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Manatee County Sheriff's Office InternBookmark This
Manatee County Sheriff's Office
600 301 Blvd W, Suite 202
Posted: August 20 2015
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DescriptionAs part of the Manatee County Sheriff’s Office Internship Program, candidates will be exposed to modern technology, state of the art equipment, and comprehensive training techniques. They will have an opportunity to work with Certified Law Enforcement and Correction Deputies and Non-Certified Service and Support staff from a variety of diverse backgrounds.
Students can elect a targeted experience or a broad range internship where they are exposed to many aspects of an accredited Agency. Upon successful completion of their program, students will have encountered a unique experience that may guide them in their future career choices.
• Administrative Support to include Accreditation, Crime Prevention, Fiscal, Human Resources, Information Technology, Purchasing, Records, Teletype
• Agency Wide Internship to include introduction to Child Protection, Corrections, Criminal Investigations, Law Enforcement Patrol and Training
• Child Protection Section
• Crime Laboratory/Forensics
• Crime Scene
Requirements• Be a minimum of 18 years of age
• Possess a valid Florida Driver's License
• Pass a drug screen exam and sign drug certification letter
• Successful completion of a history check with no convictions of any felony, or misdemeanor involving perjury, false statement or crime of domestic violence
• Must be a full-time student in good standing at an accredited college/university and maintain at least a 2.5 GPA
• Must have their Dean/Director/Professor/Internship Coordinator at said college/university submit in writing to this Agency a letter stipulating:
• The individual's name and student/social security number
• The individual is a full-time student, not on probationary status, in good standing with the college/university
• The internship will be used as a credited course toward the individual's degree and the number of hours required for successful completion
• The name and contact information of an administrator such as a Dean, Director, Professor or Intern Coordinator of the student at the college/university
• Once approved, the individual must satisfactorily complete the application process to include the filling out of an application and background screening
• Only after successful completion of the application process will the individual be allowed to intern with this Agency