The Indiana State Police Internship Program is an excellent way for college students to gain valuable experience in law enforcement. Read the details below to learn how an ISP internship might benefit you.
The Indiana State Police has cancelled the Fall 2020 Internship due to the continuing COVID 19 Pandemic. We hope to resume the Internship Program in the Spring 2021. Please check back to this website in October for a Spring Internship application.
Internship Program Overview
- Designed for college students pursuing a career in law enforcement
- An observational and experiential program
- On-the-job training includes administrative and field experience
- Interns will engage in a ride-along program
- Scheduling options include 8 weeks or 16 weeks
- Total of 160 hours minimum
- Internship is unpaid
- U.S. Citizen
- Minimum 18 years of age
- No juvenile or adult criminal arrests or convictions
- Minimum one year of college
- Minimum 2.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale at an accredited college or university
- Must be for college credit
- Valid driver’s license
- Have operating telephone service (either residential or cellular)
- Current e-mail account for electronic correspondence
In addition to these minimum standards each student must submit to a driver’s license check, a criminal history check, a sex offender registry check, and a local wants and warrants check as well as being fingerprinted on a criminal history card.
Internship Program Coordinator
Sergeant Katie Salzman
For further details review the ISP Internship Program Information Packet.