The US Park Police is hiring police officers in Washington, DC, San Francisco, CA and New York, NY. United States Park Police Officers are employed by the National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Officers provide law enforcement services, e.g., the prevention, detection and investigation of violations of criminal laws of the United States or of the state and local area in which the United States Park Police have jurisdiction. The United States Park Police is a full function law enforcement agency with patrol and other specialized units that include; horse mounted, motorcycle, aviation, marine, canine, SWAT, criminal investigations and narcotics and vice.
More information, including application instructions, are available at: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/417466600 and at the US Park Police website: http://www.nps.gov/subjects/uspp/become-a-uspp-officer.htm.
Application Open: Friday, October 9, 2015 to Friday, November 6, 2015.
Friday, October 30, 2015
Thursday, October 29, 2015
Spring registration begins on Thursday, October 29, 2015 for special populations. Registration for Seniors begins Monday, November 2, 2015. Registration dates and times are set by credit level, with higher credit levels registering first. Students can view their individual registration date and time through Testudo.
Please keep the following information in mind:
- All CCJS courses (except CCJS 100, CCJS 105, CCJS 225 and CCJS 325) require a departmental permission/stamp. To obtain permission/stamp to register for a CCJS course, please visit the departmental stamps website: www.ccjsstamps.umd.edu. CCJS Advising highly recommends students obtain their departmental stamps well in advance of their registration appointment.
- Students are allowed permission for up to 3 CCJS courses. The exceptions to this rule are: CCJS 332, internship credit, and teaching assistant credit. On the first day of class (January 25, 2016), students may obtain permission for a fourth or more CCJS courses.
- CCJS 498C is a course reserved for students in the campus police auxiliary. If you are in police auxiliary, please contact your supervisor for Police Auxiliary.
- Know your registration date/time and register as soon as possible.
- BSOS College does not allow oversubscriptions. If a class is full, please add yourself to the waitlist.
- Clear any registration blocks as soon as possible. Common registration blocks include: financial block (Bursars Office), vaccination block (Health Center), graduation plan (BSOS Advising), audit (both CCJS and BSOS Advising), and fundamental studies block (you must register in person at the Mitchell Building).
Spring 2016 Graduates
Wednesday, October 28, 2015
Applications are now open for the Summer 2016 FBI Honors and Cyber Internship Programs. FBI Honors and Cyber Internship programs are an ideal way to explore careers within the FBI. These paid, 10-week programs offer students the opportunity to work side-by-side with colleagues who track down terrorists, thwart cyber intrusions, improve business practices and defend civil liberties. The FBI is seeking undergraduate freshmen (2nd semester), sophomore, junior, senior and graduate students for internships in DC and our 56 field offices around the country. These highly competitive internships generally begin in June and end in August.
The Consumer Protection Branch (CPB) leads the Justice Department’s efforts to enforce consumer protection statutes throughout the United States. These laws protect consumers from deceptive, unfair, or fraudulent practices, and provide for both civil and criminal penalties. CPB also defends the Government in suits that challenge the policies of consumer protection agencies. For more information on this internship, please visit the BSOS Blog page: http://bsosundergrad.blogspot.com/2015/10/spring-2016-internship-us-department-of.html.
Application Deadline: November 13, 2015
Application Deadline: November 13, 2015