The Victim Witness Program, under the Albany County & Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, received the 2017 Internship Appreciation Award from the Department of Criminal Justice at the University of Wyoming. The Victim Witness Program accepts interns and volunteers from a number of backgrounds and degree programs to assist with victim contact, expand on their knowledge of the criminal justice system, and clarify their desired career path. Interns are required as part of their grant funding but they are also an integral part of the constant contact that our victim witness coordinators make with victims and witnesses of crime.

 Intern Responsibilities Include: 

  • Research and special studies
  • Assemble documents and manuals for distribution
  • Contact victims and witnesses regarding court dates
  • Enter information in case management system
  • Perform clerical work including answering telephone, photocopying and filing documents
  • Submit a weekly report of tasks and assignments completed

Bilingual Volunteer Responsibilities Include:

  • Assist in translating material and providing interpreting services
  • Research and special studies
  • Assemble documents and manuals for distribution
  • Contact victims and witnesses regarding court dates
  • Enter information in case management system
  • Perform clerical work including answering telephone, photocopying and filing documents
  • Submit a weekly report of tasks and assignments complete

How to Apply:

Individuals interested in should submit resumes and cover letter of interest to:

Kallie Hackbarth
Victim Witness Volunteer Coordinator
410 Grand Ave, Suite 105
Laramie, Wyoming  82070
(307) 721-1848
khackbarth@co.albany.wy.us