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Victim Services Internship Program

Crime Victim Advocate Internship

Thank you for your interest in participating in an internship at the Attorney General’s Office of Victim Services. During this internship, you will help serve crime victims in a number of ways. You will empower victims by informing them of significant case-related information, as well as ensuring that statute-mandated victims’ rights are provided. In addition, you will assist crime victims in accessing appropriate and financially accessible services within their community. 

The Office of Victim Services assists victims from the charging of an offender through the most final of outcomes: execution. As an intern, you will have the opportunity to participate in all levels of the criminal justice system. Whether your career goals are law enforcement, criminal law, social services, or even public service, the knowledge you will gain is priceless.

Application Process

Recruitment takes place in October for the spring semester and in April for the fall semester.

All internship opportunities are posted at:

www.azstatejobs.gov

If you are interested in applying for an internship with our office, you must submit your resume and cover letter.

If you would like more information about an internship with our Phoenix Office, contact Briana Balph, Phoenix Internship Coordinator at: (602) 542-8454 or briana.balph@azag.gov

If you would like more information about an internship with our Tucson Office, contact Amy Bocks, Advocate Program Manager & Tucson Internship Coordinator at (520) 628-6454 or amy.bocks@azag.gov

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