The Denver District Attorney's Office has been gifted with very special people - volunteers and interns. There are frequently volunteer opportunities available to people who may have a little extra time and who have a real commitment to serving the community. There are also internship opportunities for students who are attending an accredited college or university and have an interest in the criminal justice system. These opportunities include:
•Customer Service aide:
The Denver DA's Office responds to a heavy volume of telephone calls from the general public. There is frequently a need for a customer service volunteer with excellent telephone and customer service skills to assist with reception duties that include answering and directing incoming calls and greeting visitors.
Tutor: Interns or volunteers tutor clients in general or specific topics. Some tutoring may be on a computer system, on GED preparation, or basic skill development. 1 to 3 hours per week.
•County Court and District Court:
Legal Interns: Law students intern in a variety of capacities. Most legal interns have completed their second year of law school and may be able to arrange academic credit. For more information click here: Legal Interns
•Victim Advocates: Interns or volunteers work with a Victim Advocate assigned to either a County Court or District Court division. Duties include helping victims understanding the judicial process, assisting with paperwork, and providing information to victims. 16 hours a week minimum for at least 3 months.
Interns or volunteers assist the Communication Director in coordinating a variety of communications between the DA's office, the public, media and staff. Duties include monitoring news coverage, attending court hearings, data entry, research, writing, and special projects. 8 to 10 hours a week minimum for at least 4 months.
•Criminal Justice Interns:
Assist with investigative work relation to criminal cases. Duties include: listening to jail calls write report about what was heard, review police reports/statements to refine knowledge of what is needed in a good report, review/collect evidence, organize case files, attend court proceedings. Duties may vary depending on assignment.
•Denver Data Anti-Trafficking Alliance (DATA):
Assist DATA in its committee work on public policy, victim services, training and education, membership and governance, sex trafficking and demand reduction. Duties include: Committee meeting support, minutes and completion of committee task, planning and direction of DATA human trafficking conference, communication via social media, website maintenance, and support for projects needed, and acts as a liaison for DATA as needed.
For more information on internship and volunteer opportunities contact the Denver District Attorney's Office at email@example.com or contact Lisa Durbano, 720-913-9181 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Denver DA’s Office, 201 W. Colfax Avenue, Dept. 801, Denver, CO 80202
Click here for an intern or volunteer application.