criminal investigator deputy united states marshal resume example with 20+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
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Extensive experience conducting complex criminal and fugitive investigations while on the Regional Fugitive Task Force. Conducted investigations in the United States and abroad with foreign law enforcement agencies. Assigned to numerous protection details involving the Federal Judiciary from multiple districts and Supreme Court Justices while attending conferences and business travels.

Experience gained while employed with Customs and Border Protection has provided me with an extensive background in immigration and customs law as well as the ability to conduct interviews in both Spanish and Japanese.

  • Guest services
  • Inventory control procedures
  • Merchandising expertise
  • Loss prevention
  • Cash register operations
  • Product promotions
Criminal Investigator Deputy United States Marshal, 08/2007 to Current
UnifiShreveport, LA,
  • Assigned to the United States Marshals San Diego Regional Fugitive Task Force for the past five years where I conduct fugitive investigations, write search warrants, criminal complaints, affidavits, conduct records queries and case analysis, conduct interviews, seize evidence, provide court testimony, develop and manage confidential informants , conduct international and domestic fugitive investigations, conduct plain clothes operations, and pursue and arrest fugitives with felony arrest warrants.
  • Lead case agent on multiple homicide investigations. Case agent on a double homicide investigation that led to the arrest of the suspect in Mexico after fleeing to avoid arrest and prosecution.The subject was sentenced forty years to life.
  • Lead case agent on an ongoing investigation regarding an international child abduction case where I have coordinated with other law enforcement agencies in the United States as well as law enforcement agencies in Mexico and Australia.
  • Responsible for providing protection for the Federal Judiciary while court is in session, and have conducted numerous week long protection details for Federal Judges when they travel outside the district for conferences. Assigned to the protection detail of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas while he was in Malibu, California visiting Ken Starr at Pepperdine University.
  • Conducted numerous Witness Protection details providing protection to cooperating witnesses who are the subject of a Federal Investigation and may provide testimony to aid in the prosecution of members of criminal organizations.
Customs and Border Protection Officer, 01/2004 to 08/2007
United States Customs And Border ProtectionCity, STATE, United States
  • Responsible for daily interaction with the traveling public to facilitate international travel while preventing terrorists, illegal narcotics, and undocumented aliens and contraband from entering the United States through the San Ysidro Port of Entry.
  • Conducted numerous field interviews and inspections in multiple languages daily to ensure that the traveling public entering the United States from Mexico were in compliance with United States laws. Verified that the traveling public were in possession of a verified legal identification document allowing them to enter the United States.
  • Conducted database queries to verify immigrant entry documents, and visas, conducted immigration interviews, achieved a high degree of proficiency in detecting fraudulent and altered entry documents.
  • Conducted countless seizures of narcotics, weapons, controlled pharmaceuticals, and vehicles utilized in smuggling undocumented aliens and contraband into the United States.
  • Provided testimony on several occasions in criminal cases in Federal Court and provided information to the Assistant United States Attorney regarding criminal arrests and seizures.
  • Utilized law enforcement computer systems such as NCIC, NLETS, CCDI, and CBP computer databases such as TECS and ATS for enforcement and intelligence purposes.
  • Conducted language translation and conducted interviews in Spanish, and Japanese when language issues would arise.
Transportation Security Screener, 11/2002 to 01/2004
Transportation Security AdministrationCity, STATE,
  • Responsible for inspecting passenger's luggage and preventing explosives and contraband from being carried onto an aircraft either by the passenger or in the passenger's luggage.
  • Translated on a daily basis for Japanese speaking passengers and the airlines representatives when language issues would arise during inspections. Provided instructions in Japanese to Japanese tour groups in regards to inspection procedures.
United States Marine, 11/1989 to 11/1993
United States Marine CorpsCity, STATE, United States

Motor Transport Vehicle Operation Instructor and licensing Non Commissioned Officer for the battalion. Instructed and taught defensive and tactical driving as well as administered practical field exams and written tests to enlisted Marines.

Assigned to Surveillance, Reconnaissance, and Intelligence, Group, this allowed me to obtain experience and assist in gathering and analyzing Intelligence.

Actively participated in combat operations in Mogadishu Somalia from December 1992 until March of 1993 with 1st Surveillance, Reconnaissance, and Intelligence, Group.

Honorable Discharge with 30 percent disability rating.

Deputy United States Marshal Credentials: , Expected in 2008
Basic Deputy United States Marshals Academy - Brunswick, GA
Deputy United States Marshal Credentials: , Expected in 2007
Criminal Investigator Training Program - Brunswick, GA
Customs and Border Protection Credentials : , Expected in 2004
Customs and Border Protection Academy - Brunswick, GA
Explosives Detection Certification: , Expected in 2002
Transportation Security Administration Explosives Detection Certification - Honolulu, HI
Bachelor of Science: International Business, Expected in 2002
Hawaii Pacific University - Honolulu, HI

Ability to speak, read, and write Japanese and Spanish at a moderate fluency level.


TECS Systems Control Officer for the US Marshals Service in the Southern District of California.

Responsible for implementing, certifying, and training TECS users for the San Diego, El Centro and Los Angeles U.S. Marshals offices

Proficiency in various law enforcement databases.

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School Attended

  • Basic Deputy United States Marshals Academy
  • Criminal Investigator Training Program
  • Customs and Border Protection Academy
  • Transportation Security Administration Explosives Detection Certification
  • Hawaii Pacific University

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  • Criminal Investigator Deputy United States Marshal
  • Customs and Border Protection Officer
  • Transportation Security Screener
  • United States Marine


  • Deputy United States Marshal Credentials
  • Deputy United States Marshal Credentials
  • Customs and Border Protection Credentials
  • Explosives Detection Certification
  • Bachelor of Science

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