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Jessica Claire
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Summary

Dedicated Law Enforcement Officer talented at implementing safe security measures and conflict resolution techniques. Trained in preventive policing techniques to reduce community crime rates. Specializes in non-lethal intervention techniques to resolve potentially dangerous situations.

Skills
  • Guest services
  • Inventory control procedures
  • Merchandising expertise
  • Loss prevention
  • Cash register operations
  • Product promotions
Experience
Correctional Lieutenant, 05/2007 to Current
State Of IndianaSullivan, IN,

Served as a shift supervisor in a Federal Correctional Facility where I provided supervision and guidance to a subordinate staff of correctional officers. I provided direct supervision over a varying number of correctional officers assigned to a shift effectively while maintaining the security of the institution.

I also participated in investigations of cases that involved the violations of inmate prohibited acts, (i.e., assaults, escapes, traffic in contraband, disturbances or other illicit activities), taking appropriate actions as dictated by the seriousness of the violation. I conducted in-depth investigations of incidents which involved criminal activity within the institution, while establishing a rapport with other federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies.

As an investigator I was responsible for gathering evidence and testimony, through preparation of comprehensive reports regarding case findings. I have also coordinated with FBI agents as appropriate on criminal cases that are referred to the US Attorney for prosecution. I have also established case history files of incidents and provided follow-up investigations until each case is closed.

I have also received training in Special Operations Response Team procedures, fire arms, and Evidence Preservation from the Federal bureau of Investigations.

Correctional Deputy, 04/2006 to 05/2007
Dakota CountyApple Valley, MN,
  • Hours per week: 40, Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills: I patrolled a jail facility to ensure that the proper operation and security of inmates and jail facilities were maintained in accordance with the Sheriff's Office policies and procedures.
  • I responded to discipline problems and prepared reports, observed inmates' demeanor to determine mental state and possible need for treatment and/or closer observation, and assisted in the distribution of inmate medication.
  • I have assisted in restraining combative inmates during medical emergencies.
  • I have used approved procedures and called for assistance in stopping a fight between inmates during hostile confrontations as well as intervened to prevent fights between inmates.
  • I have also coordinated efforts to move critically injured inmates from a housing unit to an ambulance for the purpose of transport to local a hospital for medical treatment.
  • I have also sounded the alarm and took corrective action to contain a fire and have removed inmates from affected areas in a safe and secure manner.
  • I performed searches for contraband; confiscated contraband and prepared necessary reports.
  • I have followed established guidelines to ensure the safety and security of the jail during fire drills and other emergencies.
  • I have planned and given formal training to staff on topics such as fire safety, security procedures and disturbance control.
  • I maintained a variety of logs including inmate population, shift, and medication logs; filed court documents into inmates’ records; maintained itemized accounts of inmates spending and receipts.
  • I performed such tasks as finger print taking, intelligence gathering for gang activity or crimes against persons while in jail custody.
  • I gathered and collected evidence via photography, testing, handling, labeling, packaging, and storage.
  • All evidence collected was conducted by utilizing proper chain of custody protocols and procedures for the preserving of such evidence.
  • I maintained security including key and door control of the facilities and I served warrants on inmates for other jurisdictions as well as maintained records of committal through bond hearings from other jurisdictions.
  • I transported inmates to funerals, Department of Corrections, court hearings, medical facilities, etc.
Correctional Officer, 12/2001 to 04/2006
City Of Santa Ana, CaSanta Ana, CA,
  • Salary: 40,000.00 USD Per Year Hours per week: 40, Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills: While employed with the Division of corrections my duties and responsibilities included the following.
  • I worked as a member of the Special Operations Division of the institution(Administrative Segregation Team) charged with keeping order and discipline within the confines of the Security Housing Unit.
  • I also participated in Riot Control to disband large groups of hostile inmates.
  • I also supervised a large group of inmates during a strike, as well as supervised mentally unbalanced inmates within the confines of housing units in a maximum security facility prison.
  • I have also used appropriate measures to prevent escapes or to prevent the loss of life, and I have participated in fugitive retrieval to capture escapees.
  • I performed inspections and searches of physical premises and cells, checking for contraband and compliance with regulations; investigated and reported unusual circumstances.
  • I also was responsible for physically patrolling and visually inspecting units, yards, buildings, prisoners, prisoner property and clothing, etc., to ensure the welfare, safety and security of the institution.
  • During emergency situations I activated fire alarms and physically extinguished fires within cells, and housing units.
  • I have also prevented fights and other potential harmful situations from taking place between inmates.
  • I have also coordinated efforts to move critically injured inmates from housing units to Emergency Medical Services.
  • I maintained visual surveillance of grounds by foot and from a rover vehicle.
  • Conducted inspections and searches of physical premises and cells, checking for contraband and compliance with regulations; investigated and reported unusual circumstances.
  • Conducted pat and/or strip searches of prisoners and visitors to maintain the orderly operation of the institution.
Security Specialist, field training officer, 02/2001 to 11/2003
Defense Systems Group, N, Defense SystemsCity, STATE,
  • Hours per week: 60, Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills: While employed with, Group, I performed such tasks as under cover surveillance, armed security escorts, executive protection and private security services for high profile clients and major corporations.
  • I received training in executive protection techniques and security procedures.
  • I also acted as a, to new hire employees.
  • I conducted criminal investigations of incidents involving criminal acts that resulted in the apprehension and conviction of the responsible parties who committed crimes against major business corporations.
  • My investigative success rate was accomplished through the following investigative practices.
  • Interviewing or interrogating suspects and witnesses - Searching for physical or documentary evidence or clues - Using evidence to substantiate findings or conclusions - Examining records to detect links in a chain of evidence or information - Using cameras and photo static machines to record evidence and documents - Doing undercover work assignments - Developing and using informants to get leads to information - Maintaining surveillance - Preparing reports of investigations.
  • Analyzing the request, complaint or allegation to identify the issues involved and the types of evidence needed in each case; - Determining the scope, timing and direction of the investigation; - Gathering facts through such methods as interview, observation, interrogation, contacting informants, and analyzing records to establish facts or obtain evidence.
  • Recognizing, exploring and exploiting leads to information and evidence.
  • Verifying information obtained to establish accuracy and authenticity of facts or evidence.
  • Recognizing the need for prompt reporting of critical information to other offices and agencies.
  • Presenting findings in clear, logical, impartial, and properly documented reports.
  • Determine scope, timing, and direction of investigations.
  • Develop relationships with informants in order to obtain information related to cases.
  • Examine records in order to locate links in chains of evidence or information.
  • Identify case issues and evidence needed, based on analysis of charges, complaints, or allegations of law violations.
  • Obtaining and verifying evidence provided by interviewing and observing suspects and witnesses, and analyzing obtained information.
Education and Training
Master's Degree: Criminal Intelligence, Expected in
American Military University Charles Town - , WV
GPA:
GPA: 3.8, GPA: 4.0, : 36 Semester
Licenses and Certifications: Research Methods in Security and Intelligence Studies, Strategic Intelligence, Collection, Intelligence Operations, Intelligence Analysis, Organized Crime, Drug Cartels and Narcotics Threat, Counter Intelligence, Criminal Intelligence Analysis: , Expected in
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GPA:
Bachelor's Degree: Law Enforcement Administration, Criminal Justice, Expected in 08/2011
University of Memphis - Memphis, TN
GPA:
GPA: 3.5, GPA: 4.0, Intro to Public relations, Human Interactions, Policing in America, Organizational Communication, Principles of Management, Organizational Management, Professional Communication, Abnormal Psychology, Technical Writing, Legal Ethics, Intro to Public Policy, Contemporary Social Problems, Social Deviance, Racial and Ethnic Minorities Sociology, Social Statistics, Intro to Basic Criminal Justice, Applied Basic Concepts of Criminal Justice, Criminal Justice Administration, Crisis Intervention Strategies, Advanced Corrections, and Forensics.
Job Related Training: Investigations Certificate: Ashworth Online University Introduction to Investigations: , Expected in 02/2015
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GPA:
The Investigation Process, Private Sector Investigations, The History of the Investigations Industry, Crime Scene Investigations, Interviewing and Interrogations, Sources of Information, Surveillance and Undercover Investigations, Case Management and Report Writing in Investigations, The U.S. Legal System and Rules of Evidence, Criminalistics and Technology in Investigations, Loss Prevention, Insurance Investigations, Executive Protection.

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School Attended

  • American Military University Charles Town
  • University of Memphis

Job Titles Held:

  • Correctional Lieutenant
  • Correctional Deputy
  • Correctional Officer
  • Security Specialist, field training officer

Degrees

  • Master's Degree
  • Licenses and Certifications: Research Methods in Security and Intelligence Studies, Strategic Intelligence, Collection, Intelligence Operations, Intelligence Analysis, Organized Crime, Drug Cartels and Narcotics Threat, Counter Intelligence, Criminal Intelligence Analysis
  • Bachelor's Degree
  • Job Related Training: Investigations Certificate: Ashworth Online University Introduction to Investigations

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