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1 Criminal Justice Programs 1349 Cramer Circle, Bishop 505 Big Rapids, MI , fax FORM REQUIREMENTS PLEASE TYPE OR PRINT INFORMATION ON FORMS. Agency Packet Corrections/Generalist Take this packet to the agency you are contacting for possible internship placement. DIRECTIONS: Leave this packet with the agency. The Agency Agreement Form (#6 pink) must be completed by the agency contact person and returned to the Criminal Justice office by April 8, The agency can give the form to you to return, or they can mail it to the address on the form. Be sure to put your name on the form! The Student Internship Evaluation form (#5 white) is to be completed by the internship agency at the end of your internship and returned to the Criminal Justice office by August 5, Agency Packet Contains: 1. Letter to Criminal Justice Administrator. 2. Student Information Sheet (Form #2, yellow) (Fill in the information requested.) 3. Student's Internship Program Agreement Form (Form #3, purple) (Sign and date back of form.) 4. Informational Guidelines for Field Internship (green) 5. Student Internship Evaluation Form (Form #5, white) 6. Agency Agreement Form (Form #6, pink) (Put your name on the form!)

2 Dear Criminal Justice Administrator: The School of Criminal Justice at Ferris State University, through partnerships with agencies within and related to the criminal justice field, creates the fundamental preparation for successful careers and responsible citizenship. An integral component of our Criminal Justice curriculum is the internship program. Our Criminal Justice Student is contacting you with a request to serve an internship with your agency. For this reason, I would like this letter to serve both as a brief introduction to the Ferris State University Criminal Justice Internship Program and as a formal request for the placement of the student as an intern within your agency. Each corrections and generalist tracked student who has successfully completed his/her junior year is required to complete a 216 hour internship experience with a criminal justice agency such as yours. If your agency accepts this student as an intern, your responsibilities during the internship are as follows: 1. Schedule and supervise a 216 hour (mutually agreed upon hours, typically nine 24 hours per week) onthe job internship experience using the intern as a worker or an observer of the operations typically performed within your agency. 2. Immediately notify the Ferris State University Criminal Justice Internship Coordinator of any work related problems such as punctuality, absenteeism, failure to meet assigned responsibilities, or job related injuries. 3. NEVER allow the intern to carry a weapon of any kind. 4. Sign off on each of the five reports and daily logs prepared by the intern. 5. Complete the enclosed Student Evaluation Form at the end of the student s internship and return it to the address shown on the form. 6. Interns are not required to be paid. I sincerely appreciate your consideration of this request for placement. The future intern will present you with an Agency Agreement Form (pink) which lists the requested internship dates. If you and your agency agree to accept this student, please complete and sign the Agency Agreement Form and return it via the student, or mail it directly to the office at the address shown on the form. Additionally, for your information, you will also receive the following documents from our accepted intern: 1. Student Information Sheet (yellow) 2. Guidelines for Field Internship (green) 3. Student s Internship Program Agreement Form (purple), which includes the student s signed Waiver of Liability statement. 4. Student Evaluation Form (white) We understand the time and effort needed to accommodate our students and truly appreciate your support. It is people like you, and agencies like yours, that enable us to provide our students with the best possible academic and training background to prepare them for future employment within the Criminal Justice system. If you have any questions at any time about our Internship Program, please feel free to call me at (231) Sincerely, Professor Kristin Poleski Internship Coordinator

3 School of Criminal Justice 1349 Cramer Circle, BIS 505 Big Rapids MI Phone: Fax #2 Agency Copy STUDENT INFORMATION SHEET Please indicate campus: Big Rapids Delta Flint Grand Rapids Lansing Macomb Port Huron Oakland Muskegon Schoolcraft Harper Woods Traverse City Dowagiac Please indicate track: Corrections Generalist/Off Campus Law Enforcement Forensic Minor Please indicate if an alternative internship or ROTC Alt. Internship* ROTC* *NOTE: THIS MUST BE APPROVED BY THE INTERNSHIP COORDINATOR PRIOR TO STARTING *Approving Faculty (see back of page) Current Date Name: Student ID Date of Birth ******HEALTH INSURANCE REQUIRED FOR ALL INTERNSHIPS ****** Health Ins. Co: Health Ins. Policy #: MI Driver's License #: Insurance Exp. Date: ***************************************************** Current Address: City: State: Zip: Current Telephone #: FSU (If different from above) Permanent Address: City: State: Zip: Permanent Telephone #: Secondary Father's Name: Contact Number: Mother's Name: Contact Number: Personal References-Home Town: Name: Occupation: Contact Number: Name: Occupation: Contact Number: Name: School References: (Can be CJ Faculty) Occupation: Contact Number: Name: Office Address: Contact Number: Name: Office Address: Contact Number: Name: Office Address: Contact Number:

4 If you have indicated an alternative internship please give a brief description of what is expected of the student: Research paper/project Current employer Special Project ROTC / Military Student Initials: Faculty Advisor Initials:

5 School of Criminal Justice 1349 Cramer Circle, Bishop 505 Big Rapids, MI INTERNSHIP PROGRAM AGREEMENT FORM #3 Agency Copy A. Introductory Statement CRIM 391 Field Internship is a four credit hour course completed entirely in the field, with a mandatory minimum of 216 hours of placement with an operational criminal justice agency for Corrections and Generalist students. ALL placements must be approved by the Program Coordinator. Internship work experience is the product of a mutual agreement between Ferris State University and outside cooperating agencies to provide students with both practical and educational work experience. The program is offered to qualified students on a full or part-time basis. The Criminal Justice Internship Program will generally coincide with the official calendar of the University. It should be noted that students may be required to maintain work schedules consistent with the requirements of cooperating internship agencies. B. Policy Statements 1. To qualify for Criminal Justice Internship training, a student must meet the following requirements: a. Be officially enrolled as an upper division (3rd or 4th year) Criminal Justice student. b. Have successfully completed the appropriate report writing course (CRIM 321 /or CRIM 322) depending on track. c. Have the necessary skills, interest and maturity to benefit from such an experience. Have completed all prerequisites to the internship program as determined by the university, school or department. 2. Students will provide evidence of health insurance coverage if it is not provided by the internship agency or employer. 3. All interns will be required to submit daily logs, incident/administrative reports, and a final internship paper to their Internship Faculty Advisor. The nature and frequency of these reports will be determined by the advisor and designated in the Due Dates calendar. Reports and daily logs will be signed by an internship agency representative. 4. Create a schedule, mutually agreed upon between the internship agency and student, consistent with the requirements of the internship agency. 5. Each intern, either part-time or full-time, shall conduct personal activities in accordance with regulations prescribed by the Ferris State University Criminal Justice Program and shall abide by the personnel requirements of the internship agency. 6. Each intern, understanding the vital importance of the scheduled on-site visit by the Criminal Justice Internship Faculty Advisor, acknowledges the fact that sometimes only a one or two day notice can be given prior to the visit. The intern nevertheless agrees to make said meeting as scheduled, arranging for an agency representative to meet with the internship faculty advisor, and agrees that upon failure to make the

6 scheduled meeting, he/she shall be required to travel to Ferris State University for a makeup meeting as established by the Criminal Justice Faculty Internship Advisor. 7. Primary responsibility for the student s internship rests with the Internship Faculty Advisor as set forth in this document, while operations and administrative responsibilities continue to rest with the Internship Coordinator. 8. The Faculty Advisor of an internship program may recommend supplemental requirements not in conflict with the Policy Statement, subject to the approval of the Dean or other appropriate administrative officials. 9. During the period of the internship, students will be visited by their Internship Faculty Advisor. A mandatory minimum of two visits should be provided where the internship experience is a curriculum requirement and is on a full time basis. For the first visit, advisors will meet with the intern in the field at the agency, except in unusual circumstances, which will require prior approval of the Internship Program Coordinator. This visit should take place approximately three weeks into the internship. The second visit will be left to the discretion of the faculty advisor (re: meet at Ferris during driving program). These two meetings are mandatory, thus, interns will receive a grade reduction for missed appointments, if they are at fault. I have read the General Policy Statements on operation of the Internship Program at Ferris State University and agree to abide by all conditions stated therein. Date Signature of Student Student name (printed) C. Waiver of Liability Each Criminal Justice student realizes the potential hazard of the field internship experiences in this specialized area. The student nevertheless agrees to waive all claims of liability against the Program Coordinator, Faculty Advisor, or staff, Ferris State University and the sponsoring internship agency. Date Signature of Student

7 School of Criminal Justice INFORMATIONAL GUIDELINES FOR FIELD INTERNSHIP CRIM 391 (4) CREDITS INTRODUCTION The Ferris State University Criminal Justice Internship Program, CRIM 391 (four credits), consists of a mandatory minimum of 216 clock hours, with no deviation allowed, of observation and training with municipal, county, state and federal criminal justice agencies within Michigan and other states. Students entering the Law Enforcement Academy, on the Big Rapids campus, will be required to do a mandatory minimum of 176 field hours and 40 hours of Academy Orientation for a total of 216 hours. The internship experience shall be taken during the summer semester between the junior and senior years of the academic program. The assignment will normally consist of approximately 24 hours of student participation per week with a criminal justice agency. Students may work more than 24 hours per week at the discretion of the agency. To allow adequate lead-time, requests for particular agencies should be submitted, to that agency by the student, at least ten weeks prior to the beginning of the internship experience. GENERAL GUIDELINES REPORTING AND CONDUCT 1. Once the student has obtained a formalized internship assignment and the Agency Agreement Form is properly completed and returned to 505 Bishop Hall, he/she will make initial contact, (at least by telephone), with each agency one month prior to the commencement of his/her internship experience with that agency. This initial contact will serve to confirm the student's arrival at the agency and at the same time, personally identify the agency contact person with whom the student will deal. 2. Criminal Justice students will report promptly to their assigned agency on the first day of their assignment. There they will meet with the agency head or contact person assigned and develop their internship schedules (unless already established). 3. The requested assignment within each agency with regard to hours and activity level, (i.e. patrol, investigation, etc.) must be worked out to the mutual satisfaction of the student and the agency head. Any requests for a special assignment within the agency (i.e., Juvenile Division, Homicide, etc.) are at the discretion of the agency. Each student should bear in mind that the ongoing operations must be of primary importance to the agency head, and may conflict with the requested assignment. 4. When the scheduling has been completed, the student will forward a copy of the schedule to their Faculty Internship Advisor, after their initial contact. Included with this should be any updates as to the student s summer address and contact phone number. These schedules will be retained for official records at Ferris. They will also be utilized for the scheduling of on-site visits by their field coordinator. 5. Once assignment scheduling has been accomplished, the student will complete each tour of duty as assigned. Reporting for duty, completion of all assignments and maintenance of strict confidence shall be as if the student were an employee of the agency. There will be no exceptions to this policy. Violations of this policy will be reported immediately by the agency and could result in termination of the internship assignment for the student. 6. Personal appearance with regard to haircuts, mustaches, beards, cleanliness, etc., shall conform to that of the agency assigned. The only exception to this policy will be when a student has, by pre-

8 arrangement, been assigned to an undercover position with approval by the internship coordinator. In addition to the above, all intern students shall wear acceptable business attire, such as skirt, or dress, dress slacks, shirt and tie, for normal duty assignments; (i.e., patrol, traffic, dispatch, records, planning and research, court, and other criminal justice duties). Students assigned to a federal agency or criminal investigation section of a police agency, in which the uniform of the day is professional business attire, shall wear either a suit/tie or professional business attire. Again, the only exception to the dress regulation is that of special assignment (undercover, shooting range, marine patrol, etc.) which is cleared beforehand with the student s assigned Faculty Internship Advisor. STUDENT ACTIVITY AND CASE REPORTS 1. It shall be the student's responsibility to complete a daily report form of his/her activities and submit the same ON A WEEKLY BASIS to their Faculty Advisor. These weekly reports must be reviewed and signed in the appropriate place by an agency representative. 2. Experience in the Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice System has demonstrated overwhelmingly that report writing skills are one of the most important prerequisites to successful job performance. Consequently, the need for training and experience in this task cannot be overemphasized. For the above reasons, heavy emphasis will be placed upon the writing of incident and/or administrative reports while students are in the internship program. Each incident/administrative report will vary in content and format from incident to incident. It will, however, reflect the student's observation and understanding of experiences in the field. Incident and/or administrative reports (2-3 pages typewritten) will be submitted on the specified due dates, or as instructed by the Faculty Internship Advisor. Subject matter for the incident and/or administrative reports could be any of the following areas: 1. Any Felony Case 2. Serious or Involved Misdemeanors 3. Major Traffic Accidents --Fatality, P.I., etc. 4. Agency, Organization and Administration Principles 5. Operations of a Bureau or Division 6. Techniques Utilized in Communications, Investigation, Interrogation, Police Patrol, Traffic Enforcement, Surveillance, etc. 7. Probation/Parole Reports 8. Juvenile Case Reports 9. Case Histories 10. Other areas with prior approval of the Faculty Internship Advisor. Fictitious names and addresses shall be utilized on ALL incident reports. Casework in Criminal Justice Agencies is confidential and all information to which the student has access is the property of the agencies involved. 3. The final requirement of the internship program shall be the student s Final Internship Paper (6-8 typewritten pages), which will be submitted to their faculty advisor during the last week of the field assignment. This report may contain the following information; the faculty internship coordinator may also have additional requirements: A. The student's overall impression of the internship experience. The student will explain what they learned on the job, both in observation and participation. Commenting on the reality of 2

9 the internship in relation to their expectations. B. Three good points and three bad points of the assignments. C. Discussion of ethical dilemmas within the internship. D. The student s interest in pursuing a career in their internship job area. E. Suggestions for improvement for the following year's programs. F. Discuss what you need to improve to be successful in your chosen field. ALTERNATIVE INTERNSHIPS Criminal Justice Majors, who have worked within a Criminal Justice field of employment for a minimum of two years, full time, or are currently employed in the Criminal Justice field, will be eligible for an alternative assignment for their required internship. Alternative assignments for students currently employed with a Criminal Justice agency who wish to complete the internship with their employing agency must have as assignment outside of their normal job duties. This may include a special project as directed by the agency or assignment to other job duties/ares. At the discretion of the agency this alternative assignment may be completed during regular work hours or may be required outside of normal work hours. 3

10 School of Criminal Justice 1349 Cramer Circle, Bishop 505 Big Rapids, MI Office , Fax STUDENT INTERNSHIP EVALUATION #5 Due 08/5/2016 Student Name: Agency: FSU Internship Advisor: Address: Period Covered: From To Please evaluate your intern by circling the appropriate number below (4 being the highest rating). Also, please write brief comments regarding the student s performance. It is important that you return this evaluation to our department as many future employers use them as an assessment tool. Appearance Unknown General Attitude Unknown Interest Unknown Relations with Others Unknown Accepting Responsibility Unknown Punctuality Unknown Reports Unknown Potentialities Unknown General Conduct Unknown Overall Comments: Rated By: Signature Title

11 Criminal Justice Program 1349 Cramer Circle, Bishop 505 Big Rapids, MI PHONE FAX #6 Due 04/8/16 AGENCY AGREEMENT FORM CORRECTIONS/GENERALIST STUDENTS Agency: Address: Street City State Zip Code County Telephone: Area Code_( ) has been accepted as an intern with our Intern Name agency for Summer Semester We understand that the intern may be required to be on campus for Report Writing, and/or Firearms during the internship (see below), and that the required 216 hours of field training must be scheduled between May 17 and August 5, Dates of Intern s Summer Classes: Report Writing: Firearms: During the student s internship assignment, the contact person within our agency is: Name and Title (Please print or type.) Contact Person s Phone Number: Signature of Administrator (Title) Date (Name of Administrator please print) Please return form to address above.

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