Jessica Claire
  • , , 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Professional Summary

Dedicated State Trooper with expertise in traffic and criminal law enforcement. Bringing reputation for even temperament and 22 years of experience. High attention to detail with expertise in community policing.

Work History
Connecticut State Trooper, 07/2001 to Current
State Of MarylandCharles, NC,
  • Assigned to Troop L Barracks
  • Built excellent rapport and working relationship with Region 14, Bethlehem and Woodbury community to build trust and improve upon communication.
  • Boosted presence in local community by planning and executing D.A.R.E program and Child Seat Safety Technician.
  • Patrolled assigned areas to prevent and detect crimes.
  • Enforced traffic laws and ordinances through visual observation and radar speed detection.
  • Identified controlled substances and contraband by conducting comprehensive searches of people and property.
  • Promoted public safety and facilitated vehicular flow by directing traffic during emergency and congested situations.
  • Performed rescue functions at accidents, emergencies and disasters by directing traffic and administering emergency medical aid.
  • Built excellent rapport and working relationship with Troopers /Town Officers, to build trust and improve upon communication.
  • Responded promptly to calls for protection of life and property, enforcement of laws and ordinances and general public service calls.
Police Officer II, 02/1997 to 07/2000
The Galt House HotelLouisville, KY,
  • Patrolled assigned areas to prevent and detect crimes.
  • Handled approximately 30-40 Police Radio Calls for service a day.
  • Assigned to Patrol, Gang Unit, Accident Investigation / Reconstruction
  • Apprehended suspects, read Miranda Rights and transported offenders to jail.
  • Conducted preliminary investigations at scenes of major crimes.
  • Policed assigned areas to check homes, businesses and public roads for signs of disturbance.
  • Debriefed arrested individuals to collect important information for ongoing investigations.
  • Worked with investigations team to surveil and capture offenders for possession and distribution of illegal narcotics and prescription drugs.
  • Secured crime scenes, gathered evidence and questioned witnesses.
  • Engaged with local individuals and community leaders to discuss ways to reduce crime.
  • Supervised crowds at busy events to prevent injuries and property destruction.
  • Conducted thorough investigations of serious injury and fatality traffic accidents.
Restaurant Manager, 05/1984 to 02/1997
Holiday Steak House LLC.City, STATE,
  • Managed 30+ person team of cooks, wait staff, bartenders, front and back of house staff for Italian Family Restaurants.
  • Purchased adequate quantities of food, beverages, equipment and supplies.
  • Reconciled cash and credit card transactions to maintain accurate records.
  • Promoted business through participation in and sponsorship of community events.
  • Prepared for and executed new menu implementations.
  • Correctly calculated inventory and ordered appropriate supplies.
  • Interacted positively with customers while promoting restaurant facilities and services.
  • Carefully interviewed, selected, trained and supervised staff.
  • Organized receptions, promotions and corporate luncheons.
United States Marine, 09/1986 to 08/1992
U.S. Marine CorpsCity, STATE,
  • Performed as Infantry Squad Leader during training exercises and live combat, infantry platoon.
  • Worked in dirty and uncomfortable conditions, sometimes in dangerous, deployed locations.
  • Suppressed or neutralized enemies using small-arms, light artillery.
  • Worked weekends and long hours in deployed locations to complete missions.
  • Upheld code of conduct and maintained professionalism in stressful situations.
  • Communicated with higher-ranking members of Marines and shared information with company.
  • Provided strategic plotting and navigation for warfare areas.
Associate of Science: Criminal Justice, Expected in 06/1995
Naugatuck Valley Community College - Waterbury, CT
California P.O.S.T.: Policing, Expected in 08/1997
Los Angeles Police Academy - City Of Los Angeles, CA,
Connecticut State Police / P.O.S.T. Certified: Policing, Expected in
Connecticut State Police Academy - Meriden, CT,
Native or Bilingual
Professional Working
  • Motor Vehicle Law Enforcement
  • Community Relations
  • Accident Investigations
  • Criminal Investigations
  • First Aid
  • Traffic and Motorists Monitoring

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School Attended

  • Naugatuck Valley Community College
  • Los Angeles Police Academy
  • Connecticut State Police Academy

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  • Connecticut State Trooper
  • Police Officer II
  • Restaurant Manager
  • United States Marine


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