The Crime Victim Services Program Manager has responsibility for planning, developing, coordinating, implementing, and evaluating the statewide multi-jurisdictional Crime Victim Compensation Program and the Crime Victim Assistance Program for the State of Arizona. These programs impact governmental agencies and private non-profit organizations statewide. This position directly oversees the administration of the Victim Compensation and Assistance Fund, creating and implementing rules that guide the awarding of these funds to victims of crime.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Luis Bustamante at:
The Criminal Justice Commission also has an internship program offering opportunities to those who want to learn valuable new skills, while exploring career interest in the criminal justice field.
Current internship opportunities
- Statistical Analysis Center (SAC) Internship – Fall 2019
- Drug, Gang and Violent Crime Control (DGVCC) Internship – Fall 2019
- Legislative Internship – Spring 2020 (see ASU Legislative Internship Program for details)
To apply for the position or any of the internship opportunities go online at: