Pre-Sentence Investigator Intern

All current openings are unpaid.

 

Minimum Qualifications: Applicants must be a current student in a post-high school academic program. Must be at least 18 years of age and able to successfully complete and pass background check. Must possess basic computer skills in MS Word, MS Excel and email applications, have good written and verbal communication skills and have the ability to work effectively as a team.

Felonies, Misdemeanors, probation of any kind in the last 12 months, illegal drug use and/or certain driving convictions may disqualify you from participation in the internship program.

 


District 3 - Caldwell

Schedule: Up to 20 hours per week, negotiable

Site Coordinator: Kraig Galloway (208) 642-0750 Ext. 225 lgallowa@idoc.idaho.gov

Learning Opportunities: Data entry in Correctional Ingtegrated System and Pre-Sentence Investigations computer modules to include biographical data, criminal history, employment history, collateral contact interview information. Obtain information from outside agencies pertaining to offenders prior to sentencing, conduct court referrals for evaluations.

 


District 5 - Twin Falls/Burley

Schedule: Minimum 10 hours per week

Site Coordinator: Dawn Anderson, (208) 736-3080 Ext. 226 or danderso@idoc.idaho.gov

Learning Opportunities: Data entry in the Correctional Integrated System and Pre-Sentence Investigations computer modules to include biographical data, criminal history, employment history, collateral contact interview information. Obtain information from outside agencies pertaining to offenders prior to sentencing, conduct court referrals for evaluations, observe and practice interviewing skills.

 


District 4 – Boise & Surrounding Areas

Schedule: Up to 20 hours per week, negotiable

Site Coordinator: Tazmin Creel tcreel@idoc.idaho.gov

Learning Opportunities: Data entry in CIS and PSI computer modules to include biographical data, criminal history, employment history, collateral contact interview information. Obtain information from outside agencies pertaining to offenders prior to sentencing, conduct court referrals for evaluations.

 


To Apply for an Internship at IDOC:

Download and print the following forms: Internship Application and Background Investigation Questionnaire.

Submit all three completed forms to the Site Coordinator listed at the location of interest to you.

Don't see what you are looking for? Contact our Internship Coordinator at 208-658-2060 or hr@idoc.idaho.gov 

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