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Jessica Claire
  • , , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
  • H: (555) 432-1000
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Professional Summary

Trustworthy and dedicated Detention Officer with 18 years of experience with superior levels of supervision. Intelligent and agile with security awareness and dealing with the general population and high risk youth offenders.

Enthusiastic and eager to contribute to team success through hard work, attention to detail and excellent organizational skills.

Motivated to learn, grow and excel in the Juvenile Detention field with the willingness to take on added responsibilities for departmental goals and success to detained youth.

Finally to provide safety and security for all staff, juveniles, and the community.

Skills
  • Safety and security
  • Conflict resolution skills
  • Search and seizure procedures
  • Emergency Response
  • Safety and security enforcement
  • Suicide prevention training
  • Crisis intervention training
  • Body and cell searches
  • Medical Emergency Response
  • Inmate monitoring
  • Inmate rights knowledge
  • Crime Prevention
  • Gang identification
Work History
Detention Officer, 12/2020 - Current
City Of Mesquite, Tx Mesquite, TX,
  • Observed and recorded daily on mental, physical, and behavioral of each juvenile detainee.
  • Transport to and from medical facilities, classes or recreational activities.
  • Observe, control, and supervise throughout visits, meal time, recreation, phone calls, classes, religious, and volunteer services.
  • Booked new detainees into facility and processed for release.
  • Completed incident reports when disorder or violence occurs.
  • Completed Detention Intervention reports for mental health services.
  • Supervised maximum of 8 juveniles daily, including during mealtime and recreational time.
  • Conducted routine and emergency head counts.
  • Maintains the safety and physical security of the facility, personnel and juvenile detainees.
  • Perform searches on detained juveniles, their living quarters, and conduct facility searches (interior/exterior).
  • Monitored facility video surveillance and controlled Entry/Exit access to authorized personnel.
  • Provide community supervision for juveniles ordered
Detention Service Officer, 05/2008 - 12/2020
Los Angeles County Probation Department City, STATE,
  • Assigned to Detention Service Bureau (DSB) Barry J. Nidorff Juvenile Hall
  • Supervised specialized units: High Risk Offenders and Special Handling Unit.
  • Supervise detained youth in their activities within the Unit, on work assignments, , recreation periods, medical or dental appointments, or awaiting court appearance.
  • Maintain order and control of a unit and takes appropriate action in connection with rule infractions or other disturbances.
  • Maintain Institutional security and takes appropriate action to prevent escapes.
  • Supervised the movement of probation youth within and outside the facility.
  • Use of minimal force possible (Approved Departmental authorized use of Force Policy) and/or Oleoresin capsicum (Pepper Spray) to establish and maintain physical control over uncooperative, combative, and major unit disturbances.
  • Observed and recorded the behavior of probation youth and confers with the supervisor on problematic behaviors and risks.
  • Supervised and trained new hires on job duties and expectations.
  • Maintained order and security in the living unit and investigates unusual sounds and occurrences.
  • Takes appropriate action to prevent escapes, rule infractions, or other disturbances and observes and records the behavior and actions of individual probation youth and comforts or disciplines as necessary.
  • Ensures that injured or ill probation youth obtain nursing or medical attention.
  • Carries out standard procedures for the admission or release of probation youth including orientation to the facility and assignment to living quarters.
  • Supervises probation youth on awakening, in dressing, and in preparing their sleeping area for the day.
  • Keeps records, makes reports, and performs other clerical duties as assigned.
  • Transports or prepares probation youth for transportation to medical care facilities, courts or other locations.
  • Conduct daily interior/exterior facility security checks and submit report of any security threats or breaches.
  • Unit Senior supervising staff and arranging unit activities and programs.
Group Supervisor Nights, 02/2003 - 05/2008
Los Angeles County Probation City, STATE,
  • Assigned to Camp Munz (Residential Treatment Services Bureau) Boot Camp Regiment
  • Ensures for the care and safety of probation youth during normal nighttime sleeping hours which was an open dorm setting of maximum 110 Juveniles.
  • Makes periodic rounds of the living unit to verify the presence of all probation youth assigned and to guard against problems such as fires and other environmental threats
  • Maintains order and security in the living unit and investigates unusual behaviors and occurrences.
  • Takes appropriate action to prevent escapes, rule infractions, or other disturbances. Observes and records the behavior and actions of individual probation youth and comforts or disciplines as necessary.
  • Inspects bedding to prevent misuse and ensure safety. Monitors ventilation and heating levels in the living unit to maintain a comfortable environment.
  • Ensures that injured or ill probation youth obtain nursing or medical attention.
  • Identify mental health issues or crisis and refer to mental health personnel for evaluation. Conduct one on one enhanced supervision to youths with high or attempted self harm.
  • Carries out standard procedures for the admission or release of probation youth including orientation to the facility and assignment to living quarters.
  • Supervises probation youth on awakening, in dressing, and in preparing their sleeping area for the day.
  • Restrains or assists in restraining combative or emotionally disturbed probation youth.
  • Keeps records, makes reports, and performs other clerical duties as assigned.
  • Transports or prepares probation youth for transportation to medical care facilities, courts or other locations.
Education
: Criminal Justice, Expected in 05/2007
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University of Phoenix - Lancaster, CA,
GPA:
: Juvenile Corrections Officer Core, Expected in 06/2005
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West Los Angeles College - Culver City, CA
GPA:
Associate of Science: Computerized Accounting And Business, Expected in 06/1993
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Phillips Junior College - Northridge, CA,
GPA:
Certifications

Juvenile Corrections Officer Core Trained - State of California

Peace Officer Standardize Training (P.O.S.T.) - State of California

Languages
Spanish :
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School Attended

  • University of Phoenix
  • West Los Angeles College
  • Phillips Junior College

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  • Detention Officer
  • Detention Service Officer
  • Group Supervisor Nights

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