U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) unit recently selected two undergraduate students from Michigan State University (MSU) to support active criminal investigations in a new internship program.
Madeline MacLean, a junior criminal justice major, and Gina Kramer, a senior criminal justice major, will be working with special agents, task force officers and intelligence research specialists with HSI’s Detroit Intelligence Group.
The two interns were chosen after a thorough selection process led by HSI and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Intelligence and Analysis.
“Through this unique partnership between HSI and the MSU School of Criminal Justice, we are building our next cadre of skilled leaders who will be armed with the mindset and the aptitude to confront 21st century threats against the homeland and beyond,” said HSI Detroit’s Acting Special Agent in Charge Steve Francis.
This year marks the first year interns will focus specifically on intelligence operations and gain real-world experience in field intelligence analysis.
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