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Jessica Claire
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Career Summary

Accomplished leader with over twenty-two years of law enforcement and leadership experience in management of law enforcement personnel, budgets, plans, and policies for the U.S. Army and fourteen years as a Special Investigator conducting background investigations for the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency (DCSA). Adjudicated to Top Secret clearance as of 2017 and maintain active clearance.

Professional Experience
08/2016 to Current
Background Investigator City Of Denver Roslyn, NY,
  • Conduct background investigations in support of National Security.
  • Primary duties include conducting background investigations for the purpose of employment suitability of persons who require access to sensitive or classified U.S. Government information.
  • Conduct face-to-face interviews with the subject, his/her neighbors, coworkers, friends and family.
  • Perform record searches at police agencies, courthouses, educational/financial institutions and medical/mental health facilities.
  • Report all information obtained in a clear and concise report of information.
  • Responsible for additional duties as a Field Training Mentor and acting Section Lead in the absence of the Section Lead.
11/2006 to 07/2016
Special Investigator State Of Kansas Overland Park, KS,
  • Conducted background investigations in support of National Security.
  • Primary duties included conducting background investigations for the purpose of employment suitability of persons who require access to sensitive or classified U.S. Government information.
  • Conducted face-to-face interviews with the subject, his/her neighbors, coworkers, friends, and family.
  • Performed record searches at police agencies, courthouses, educational/financial institutions, and medical/mental health facilities.
  • Reported all information obtained in a clear and concise report of information.
  • Additional duties: Adjunct Instructor for New Investigator Training (NIT), Certified Field Trainer and Internal Audit Investigator.
06/2004 to 07/2006
Course Manager - MP Investigations Division United States Army Military Police School, USAMPS City, STATE,
  • Operated as the key manager responsible for producing, promoting, and presenting valid training to over 390 Military Police Investigators per year, representing the Army, Air Force, Navy, USMC, National Guard, Reservists and allied countries in accordance with governing laws, regulations, directives and Programs of Instruction (POI’s).
  • Directly responsible for the instruction and oversight of all Military Police Investigations (MPI) course operational matters within the United Sates Army Military Police School (USAMPS).
  • Coordinated all logistical and instructional requirements for MPI students.
  • Utilized knowledge of current and future training and operations requirements to assist in the development of lesson plans to maximize the utilization of limited resources.
  • Advised senior executives and directors of the U.S. Army Military Police School on, and made recommendations for, solutions to problems that affect training and doctrine, policies and regulations.
  • Conducted research and provided input to doctrinal revision and development.
  • Developed and wrote training doctrine, conducted course content analysis, managed the POI's and served as the chief training developer for all training involving the field of Military Police Investigations.
  • Comprehensive practical knowledge of antiterrorism and force protection doctrine and crime scene processing.
  • Possess the necessary supervisory and managerial skills, abilities and attributes to perform work successfully and have the necessary level of professional and technical competence to instruct.
07/2002 to 03/2004
Operations Sergeant/Plans and Projects Non-Comm 409th Base Support Battalion Provost Marshal Offic City, STATE,
  • Supervisor responsible for the daily operations of the Provost Marshal Office and Vilseck Military Police Station, the professional development of 14 personnel, and equipment totaling an excess of $750,000.
  • Led four Desk Sergeants and nine Military Police patrols serving a community of approximately 19,000 personnel. Reviewed and corrected Military Police Reports and evaluated evidence in reported cases.
  • Assisted in Force Protection issues and assisted the onsite Commander during Weapons of Mass Destruction exercises. Kept abreast of changes in technology, new equipment and training associated with Law Enforcement.
  • Responsible for planning, organizing, directing, coordinating, and reviewing all official projects and events tasked to the Marshal Office.
06/1998 to 06/2002
Military Police Investigator/Traffic Accident Inve 409th Base Support Battalion Provost Marshal Offic City, STATE,
  • Supervised three individuals; conducted criminal and traffic accident investigations in the 409th Base Support Battalion area of operations, Vilseck, Germany.
  • Performed security missions for visiting high-ranking officials to include United States Senators, the Chief of Staff of the Army, and the commanders of US Army Europe, US European Command and Allied Forces South.
  • Critically evaluated evidence of reported crimes.
  • Conducted traffic surveys, Driving Under the Influence Safety Check Points, radar operations and traffic control for special events.
  • Possess comprehensive practical knowledge of antiterrorism, force protection, and crime scene processing.
Training & Certifications

Military Training

  • 2006 United States Army Military Police School, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri
    Chemical, Biological, Radiation, Nuclear Explosive/Weapons of Mass Destruction Crime Scene Processing Course (CBRNE/WMD) (80 hours)
  • 2006 United States Army Military Police School, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri
    Criminal Antiterrorism Police Intelligence Management Course (CAPIM) (86 hours)
  • 2004 United States Army Military Police School, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri
    Instructor Training Course (80 hours)
  • 2004 Maneuver Support Center Non-Commissioned Officer Academy, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri
    Advanced Non-Commissioned Officer Course (11 weeks)
  • 2003 United States Army Military Police School, 7th Army Training Command, Vilseck,
    Germany
    Unit Force Protection Officer Course (80 hours

Civilian Training

  • 2011 KeyPoint Government Solutions, Loveland, Colorado, DHS Investigator Training, (25 hours)
  • 2010 KeyPoint Government Solutions, Loveland, Colorado, Train the Trainer Training, (20 hours)
  • 2006 KeyPoint Government Solutions, Loveland, Colorado, DCSA New Investigator Training, (NIT) (120 hours)
  • 2002 Institute for Police Management and Technology, Jacksonville, Florida
    Standard Field Sobriety Training Course and DWI Instructor Course (120 hours)
  • 2001 Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois
    Traffic Accident Investigation Course I and II (160 hours)
Education
Expected in
:
American Military University - Online,
GPA:
Expected in 07/2008
Bachelor of Arts: Criminal Justice Administration
Columbia College - Columbia, MO
GPA:
Expected in 05/1994
Associate of Arts: Law Enforcement
Central Texas College - Killeen, TX
GPA:

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School Attended

  • American Military University
  • Columbia College
  • Central Texas College

Job Titles Held:

  • Background Investigator
  • Special Investigator
  • Course Manager - MP Investigations Division
  • Operations Sergeant/Plans and Projects Non-Comm
  • Military Police Investigator/Traffic Accident Inve

Degrees

  • Some College (No Degree)
  • Bachelor of Arts
  • Associate of Arts

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