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D.C. Gov. Office of Police Complaints
1400 I Street, NW Suite 700
Posted: June 24 2016
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DescriptionThe District of Columbia’s Office of Police Complaints (OPC) is seeking several enthusiastic and dedicated law school internships. OPC is an independent government agency that receives, investigates, and resolves citizen complaints of police misconduct filed against Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) officers. OPC provides an independent and impartial forum for the processing of police misconduct complaints and promotes the highest attainable standard of integrity, professionalism, and accountability in the District’s police department.
Fall/Spring interns must commit to 15 hours per week to be considered for the program. Fall and spring internships are unpaid, but can be done in conjunction with a course for academic credit. Summer positions are paid and interns must commit to working at least 40 hours per week, for a minimum of 10 weeks, to be considered for the program.
Application deadlines are:
Spring: December 10, 2016
Summer: September 30, 2016
Fall: August 15, 2017