Highly qualified, dependable and self-motivated law enforcement professional looking for a position as a Narcotics Division Officer with the Chicago Police Department. Offering strong knowledge base of rules and regulations governing law enforcement and excellence in crime prevention activities.
Currently assigned to Tactical Team Beat 562C. Conduct numerous Department mandated missions, to included Curfew Missions, POD Missions, Gang Conflict Zone Missions, Violence Reduction Missions, Prostitution missions, Quality of Life Missions, Reverse Sting Missions, Narcotic Sales Missions and School Violence Missions. Duties include the identification and apprehension of offenders involved in Narcotic Sales through the use of surveillance and undercover controlled purchases, drafting and execution of search warrants and working with Confidential Informants to gain further intelligence into the narcotic sales within the 5th District. Conduct post shooting missions to further gather intelligence into gang related shootings and retaliation. Locate and arrests individuals with active criminal warrants and investigative alerts. Conduct follow-up investigations into robberies and burglaries within the 5th District.
Uniformed officer assigned to the Area 2 saturation team. Patrolled the 005th, 006th, 022nd, and 004th districts in areas of high crime. Provided high police visibility, conducted traffic and street stops, issued citations, completed contact cards, and affected numerous narcotic and weapons related arrests within the designated area of saturation.
Assigned to the third Watch, 20 Sector Beat 524, a uniformed assignment. Duties included providing and maintaining sector integrity. Utilized and applied effective patrol techniques, including street stops and traffic stops. Attended beat meetings and discussed crime concerns of citizens residing within the beat and implemented problem solving techniques to address those crimes.
Assigned as a Probationary Police Officer, working all three watches, after successful graduation from the Chicago Police Academy. Duties included working closely with a Field Training Officer to learn effective patrol techniques and the proper police response to a variety of situations, while achieving excellent performance ratings. Developed solid patrol skills, report writing abilities, and court room testimony skills. Learned and mastered the proper recovery, maintaining, and handling of evidence in accordance with department directives. Developed and maintained excellent working relationships with supervisors and colleagues.
Wrote court reports, case plans and other legal documents. Managed caseloads and acted as an advocate for juvenile clients. Interviewed juvenile clients in their home for home study assessments to assist the courts with emancipation decisions. Guided youth through the emancipation planning process. Presented case history material for review and discussion with other staff members. Counseled and prepared juvenile clients for their transition into independent living.
25 June 2001- 03 February 2002
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