31c single channel radio operator resume example with 20+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Professional Summary
Safety-oriented Correctional Officer with more than 26 years in maximum and medium security facilities. Extensively trained in defensive tactics and suicide prevention.
Hardworking Corrections Officer who employs sound judgment and verbal de-escalation tactics to keep order and avoid dangerous situations. Skillfully detects contraband during cell searches.
Correctional Officer committed to maintaining order and enforcing rules and regulations in prison and jail settings. Resilient professional versed in handling difficult inmates and stressful situations.
Respectful and ethical Correctional Officer who believes that implementing firm, clear guidelines and adopting an attitude of understanding generates a more peaceful prison environment for all involved.
Correctional Officer who exercises excellent judgment during crisis events and develops strong rapport with prisoners and colleagues.
  • Criminal law knowledge
  • Crisis intervention training
  • Self-defense techniques
  • Correctional facility procedures knowledge
  • Suicide prevention training
  • Inmate behavior modification tactics
  • Firearm operations trained
  • FOID card holder
  • Safety and security-oriented
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Central and pod control
  • Conflict resolution skills
  • Weapons training
Work History
31c Single Channel Radio Operator, 1986 to 1990
Scott CountyShakopee, ,
Operated mobile and fixed site radio sites, dealing with encrypted top secret messages, both sending and receiving.  Had a top secret clearance along with Nato Noforn clearance.  Worked as the manuals and parts clerk while carrying on additional duties such as material destruction monthly.   I was required to qualify 2 times yearly with the M-16A2 rifle.  
Corrections Officer, 05/1990 to Current
Boone County Sheriffs DepartmentCity, STATE,

  • Conducted routine and emergency head counts.
  • Maintained security of up to 162 detainees both in a linear and direct supervision facility.  Worked as part of the transition team which oversaw the opening of a new facility from 1999 until XXX1 when the new facility opened
  • Completed intake paperwork, fingerprints and searches.
  • Made rounds at specified intervals and conducted head counts and roll calls.
  • Booked new inmates into facility and processed inmates for release.
  • Received and accounted for personal possessions and determined inmate work assignments.
  • Searched the building and grounds, living quarters and work areas for contraband.
  • Prepared, processed and maintained forms, reports, logs, records and activity journals.
  • Verified facility security by inspecting plumbing, outside areas, locks and cells for potential hazards.
  • Tracked inmates through head counts, visitor logs and scheduled activities.
  • Issued cleaning supplies, comfort items, laundry and all basic meals.
  • Escorted inmates to and from cells, court, hospitals and medical appointments.
  • Received and inspected mail, property and funds from visitors on behalf of designated inmates.
  • Determined and assigned inmates to appropriate housing.
  • Arranged for medical and dental care of inmates.
  • Responded to inquiries from the public, other staff, inmates and visitors.
  • Led disciplinary hearings and made recommendations for sentencing.
  • Created and maintained arrest files on all inmates processed through the jail.
  • Notified victims of upcoming inmate releases.
  • Made sure holding areas were cleaned and that prisoners were served meals on time.
  • Observed behavior of residents individually and in groups.
  • Built solid relationships with staff and residents to help keep the institution safe and secure.
  • Established healthy relationships and maintained professional boundaries with resident offenders in the institution.
  • Made regular sanitation and maintenance checks of dorms and reported results to appropriate personnel.
  • Physically restrained adult offenders as the situation warranted it.  
  • Instructed new staff on use of both pepper ball launchers and pepper spray.  
  • Performed breathalyzer checks on intoxicated individuals for housing and driving under the influence arrests
  • Was a field training officer from 1990 until 1999 for new corrections officers
  • Was in charge of a shift as senior officer from August 1990 until 1999 until being promoted to Sergeant in XXX2. Worked as a Sergeant until March 2014 until resigning the position.
  • Required to qualify 2 times a year with my duty weapon and 12 gauge shotgun 
  • Mental health certified yearly
  • Control Tactics certified yearly
Certificate of Completion: Patrolman's Training Institute, Expected in 1990
University of Illinois - Champaign, IL

  • Coursework in Law Enforcement, Correctional Administration and Information Security Systems
  • Attended patrolman's training course from June 1990 until July 1990
  • Suicide Prevention Training
  • Criminal Law, Criminology and Penology coursework
Certified as an instructor in all pepper ball launchers and pepper spray.
Testified in multiple court cases of different degrees
Sergeant from XXX2 until March 2014 when I resigned position
Involved in multiple suicide attempts where subject was stopped due to our intervention

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School Attended

  • University of Illinois

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  • 31c Single Channel Radio Operator
  • Corrections Officer


  • Certificate of Completion

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