Patrol Services and School Security Bureau - Office of Assistant Chief
Introduction: The Patrol Services and School Security Bureau oversees Patrol Services, Patrol Support Division, Nighthawk Operations, School Security Division, and Community Services and Youth Outreach Division.
Location: 801 Shepherd Street NW, Washington, DC 20011
Schedule: The office is open Monday through Friday; 8:30 A.M. through 5:00 P.M. Flexible hours are available.
Number of Citizen Volunteer Positions: One
Number of Intern Positions: Two
Program Description: The Office of Assistant Chief, Patrol Services & School Security Bureau, Internship consists of two positions—one focusing on Patrol Services and one on School Security.
The primary duties of the Patrol Services Intern would be to support communication among the Patrol Services Bureau’s divisions and units. The College Intern would assist in communication with the community stakeholders, and other agencies.
The intern would support special projects, like advancing neighborhood partnerships with community based organizations, in special events such as National Night Out, Summer of Safety and other crime prevention activities. The College Intern would also assist in accessing resources that Patrol Services Bureau members can use in their divisions and units.
The primary responsibilities of the School Security Bureau Intern would consist of tracking fire evacuation plans, program assistance, data comparison, and counseling advisement. They would also be responsible for coordinating communications across the bureau, researching best practices for various initiatives and undertaking special projects as they relate to community policing and school security.
Their duties would also include assisting in the deployment of manpower for sport activities, after school programs/events, proms and graduations. During the summer months they will assist in observing and documenting activities for monthly reports. They would conduct research analysis for best practices that the School Resource Officers could utilize to become a more effective and resourceful officer.
Other tasks would include reviewing assignments and submissions, supporting other special projects, coordinating meetings, and preparing reviews and responses to external correspondence.
Accessibility: Public Transportation (Green/Yellow Line), Parking
Last Updated: 11/1/2011