The Criminal Justice Commission's (ACJC) mission is to continuously address, improve, sustain and enhance public safety in the State of Arizona through the coordination, cohesiveness and effectiveness of the Criminal Justice System.
ACJC’s talented, passionate and engaged staff provide resources and services for Arizona's 480 criminal justice agencies on a myriad of issues ranging from drugs, gangs, victim compensation and assistance to criminal history and statewide policy development. Our diverse workforce facilitates information and data exchange, along with program and policy evaluation by our award winning Statistical Analysis Center (SAC). Our supportive leadership and flexible work environment provide meaningful career opportunities in a great place to work. Using effective teamwork, we are dedicated to improving the quality of life for Arizona citizens.
If you are looking to work with compassionate and motivated professionals in a team environment using your skills to benefit others, consider joining ACJC today!
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The State of Arizona and the Criminal Justice Commission (ACJC) is an Equal Employment/Affirmative Action/Reasonable Accommodation Employer. In compliance with the American with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Arizona Criminal Justice Commission will make reasonable accommodations during any and all phases of the selection process for a person with disabilities.
Persons with such a disability may request a reasonable accommodation, such as a sign language interpreter, by calling (602) 364-1146. Requests should be made as early as possible to allow sufficient time to arrange the accommodation.
ACJC enjoys a long history of providing internship opportunities to those who want to learn valuable new skills, while exploring career interest in the criminal justice field. Interning at ACJC provides an excellent opportunity for workplace learning at a state government agency. In today’s job market, having a competitive advantage can enhance your resume and may increase your opportunities for an interview. Interns will acquire technical and soft skills while assisting staff on a variety of research, reports, and projects which influence criminal justice policy decisions across Arizona. Internships are offered every semester and may be available for academic credit based.
If you are seeking an opportunity to acquire career experience working with supportive leadership, be mentored by subject-matter experts (SMEs) and available to intern a minimum of 16 hours per week, consider applying for an ACJC Internship opportunity today!