Criminal Investigator with over 20 years investigating crimes against people and property. I have specialized training in arson investigation and traffic reconstruction. Skilled at conducting lengthy and elaborate interrogations.
Led the Richland Police Department Investigations division in the number of cases investigated and cleared for the past 10 years.
Washington State's Officer of the Month in April 2009 with regards to child abuse investigation.
Earned a Bronze Star Medal during the First Gulf War (1990-1991).
Researched and reviewed case files and gathered information to solve crimes.
Interviewed subjects, targets and witnesses for information verification and corroboration.
Investigated Arsons and suspicious fires to the point of resolution.
Oversaw and carefully processed crime scenes.
Officer-in-Charge (OIC) when supervisor is absent.
Conducted traffic enforcement and education.
Investigated traffic collisions.
Completed training in Basic, Advanced, Technical, and Reconstruction collision investigations.
Gathered preliminary investigation information as a first responder to crime scenes.
Monitored and investigated suspicions persons and situations and unusual activities.
Wrote reports on arrests made, activities performed and unusual incidents observed.
Army officer in the U.S. Infantry with the rank of a 2nd Lieutenant thru Captain. Assignments include platoon leader, executive officer, staff officer and company commander.
In command of up to 120 soldiers with responsibility of maintaining accountability of over 4 million dollars in Army equipment.
Train and prepare soldiers for combat operations.
Served in the First Gulf War (1990) and earned a Bronze Star for actions during combat.
Coursework in Criminal Justice, Criminology and Sociology.
Recipient of Army ROTC Scholarship.
Distinguished Military Graduate.
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