The Sheriff's Office offers internships to college students on an ongoing basis. Benefits of an internship include but are not limited to: college credit for work experience, training, addition to resume and the satisfaction of giving back to the community. Interns help our office carry out many vital and support functions and also aid in developing closer links between the communities of Cabarrus County.

Interns are usually assigned to a specific division or unit in the office based on their interests. They do a variety of jobs including:

  • Data Entry
  • Crime Scene Assistance
  • Patrol Ride Along
  • Assisting Record Personal
  • Assisting Civil Officers
  • Jail Inmate Booking
  • Communications

Interns are asked to work a set number of hours per week based on the requirements of their class. Hours are flexible, enabling students to work around their class schedule.

Internship Application Process Contact:

Cabarrus County Sheriff's Office Personnel
Sergeant Kim Bond
30 Corban Avenue SE
Concord, NC 28026-0525

Internship Application Process Steps:

  • Internship Application
  • Intern Supervisory Statement
  • Cover Letter indicating areas of interest
  • Interview
  • Background Check (criminal history, driver's license and fingerprinting)