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Arizona Criminal Justice Commission- Drug, Gang and Violent Crime Program

2011 Summer Internship Drug, Gang and Violent Crime Program

Program Area: Drug, Gang and Violent Crime Program
Program Manager:  Tony Vidale

Position Description:
The project involves working on the Arizona Drug, Gang and Violent Crime Control Strategy. The strategy is a multi-year strategic plan that identifies the drug, gang, and violent crime problem areas that must be addressed by criminal justice stakeholders.  The strategy guides the Commission in making grant funding
decisions to effectively address the problem.  The Arizona Criminal Justice Commission (ACJC) is responsible for granting millions of federal and state dollars for the purpose of combating and preventing drug, gang and violent crime.  There are a number of tasks that the program must undertake to accomplish updating the current strategy.

An intern position would focus on assistance with researching, compiling and developing information in support of the Drug, Gang and Violent Crime Control Strategy for Arizona.

An ideal candidate would have the following qualities:
•  Be proficient in Microsoft Office such as Word and Excel
•  Be familiar with conducting academic research 
•  Be familiar with conducting internet research 
•  Be familiar with criminal justice issues and programs
•  Possess excellent written and oral communication skills
•  Be able to work in a team environment Program Area: Crime Victims Assistance Program 

 

Please send your resume and cover letter to Susan Preston, Human Resources
Manager at spreston@azcjc.gov. Ms. Preston may be reached at (602) 364-1161. 
Interviews will be held during the weeks of March 28, 2011 and April 4, 2011 (if
necessary).

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