Investigative Services Bureau - Financial Crimes & Fraud Unit
Introduction: The Financial Crimes and Fraud Unit (FCFU) is responsible for investigating financial crimes and fraud cases that affect business and individuals who reside within the District of Columbia. The intern will assist with administrative functions within the Financial Crimes and Fraud Unit, financial crimes investigations by their nature involve a large volume of paperwork, extensive documentation, sorting, filing, copying, preparing case information, and handling numerous phone call inquiries made by citizens or financial institutions. FCFU investigations also involve phone calls to financial institutions, subpoena requests, and contact or notification to other law enforcement agencies.
Location: 300 Indiana Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20001
Schedule: The office is open Monday through Friday; 8:30 am through 5 pm. Flexible hours are available.
Number of Citizen Volunteer Positions: Open
Number of Intern Positions: Open
Program Description: The Intern will conduct Internet, documentary, and other types of research for data and information; interview subject matter experts; and assist with gathering information on open cases. The Intern may also review and/or edit directives prepared by others and assist with general office activities.
Accessibility: Public Transportation (Red Line)
Last Updated: 10/23/2011