Opportunities to Get Involved
The Center for Violence Prevention & Community Safety (CVPCS) routinely hires interviewers for its Arizona Arrestee Reporting Information Network (AARIN) Project. The AARIN project conducts periodic data collection in local booking facilities through face-to-face interviews with recent arrestees. The interviewers gain valuable experience and insight from within the criminal justice system, benefitting both professional and academic goals. The survey interviewer position can be an excellent job for a current undergraduate or graduate student, someone looking for part-time work, or just looking for an interesting and rewarding experience to learn more about the criminal justice system and primary data collection in an academic research project.
For more information and openings, check the ASU staff job opportunities page (https://www.asu.edu/go/employment), and look for CVPCS in the “Department” column.
The Center for Violence Prevention & Community Safety (CVPCS) is committed to supporting and mentoring ASU students at every level, not just from the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, but from any discipline with students interested in criminology, criminal justice policy, primary data collection, and social science research.
The Center frequently makes internships available to undergraduate and graduate students interested in learning more about scientific data collection methodology, data management and analysis, and research dissemination. The Center engages extensively in use-inspired and policy relevant research, working with practitioner agencies and organizations at local, regional, national, and international levels.
For more information about availability and details, contact the Center’s Associate Director of Operations, David Choate, at 602-496-1473, or firstname.lastname@example.org.