HOW DO I START THE PROCESS?
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Wyoming Department of Public Safety
Police Internship Opportunities
Go to www.wyomingmi.gov, click on About Wyoming and go to Public Safety-Police, then scroll down to job opportunities/internships for instructions for the students. Click on application to get the information sheet that is needed to be submitted with their resume and cover letter. An interview process will be determined related to the number of candidates that apply.
Internship Contact Information:
Sgt. Brian Look
Provide a letter from your school's internship director stating that this internship is a required part of your degree program, and the total hours required by the school for successful completion.
Complete an Intern Information Sheet and submit it with a cover letter and resume.
Will be required to pass a background check and sign a waiver of liability.
Dress Code: Business Casual to Business Dress.
Must schedule all contact time with the Departments Internship coordinator. The intern must be able to work on various days and hours.
Must submit for review any papers written based on the internship experience to the Department’s Internship coordinator.
Must supply the Department with one report on the internship experience. This report shall be no less than five type-written pages, double spaced, and can be a copy of one that is submitted to the School.
Must not enter any private residence during the course of the internship.