Drug Court Coordinator Resume Example

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Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 (555) 432-1000,
Professional Summary
Dedicated professionalwith a strong work ethic and a commitment to excellence in teaching. Promotes open classroom discussions and provides students opportunities to meet with professionals in their field of study.
  • Extensive knowledge of the Criminal Justice System
  • Good interaction with students
  • Course planning
  • Creative instruction style
  • Enthusiastic about the subject
  • Aware of the need to prepare students for future employment in the field
  • Power Point
  • Networking
Work History
11/2002 to Current Drug Court Coordinator Prince George County, Virginia | Prince George, VA, This program is designed to reduce recidivism rates for defendants who are addicted to alcohol and other drugs. My duties include supervision of probationers sentenced to the program to assure they are complying with orders of the court. I am responsible for day-to-day operations of the office, the budget, the physical plant and networking with outside agencies providing any services to the defendants. I supervise six (6) employees.
04/2007 to 12/2012 Adjunct Instructor University Of San Francisco | Sacramento, CA, Virginia College offered a two-year degree in the field of Criminal Justice. This position was held concurrently with my position as Drug Court Coordinator with Jackson County, Mississippi. I taught two classes per night, two nights per week. I taught all Criminal Justice classes offered by the college. I instructed students using the textbook for the course and Power Point lesson plans. I also asked local professionals in the field to speak to the classes based on their areas of expertise. Field trips were also employed to give the students "real world" experiences. Virginia College terminated their Criminal Justice program but kept the instructors on long enough to allow the students to complete their studies and to obtain their degrees. Therefore, my last day was in December, 2012.
07/1992 to 12/1999 Investigator State Of Minnesota | Lake Bronson, MN, I was employed as an Investigator for the 19th Judicial District, District Attorney\'s Office. I conducted investigations as ordered by the District Attorney or Assistant District Attorneys. I was assigned to two (2) Assistant District Attorneys for all trial preparation. This included locating witnesses, witness interviews and serving subpoenas. I also assisted in preparing cases for Grand Juries. This position is an "at-will" position meaning when a new District Attorney is elected he/she is allowed to bring in his/her new staff for the office. When the new District Attorney was elected he brought in his own Investigators so my last day was December 31, 1999.
03/1988 to 09/1991 Director of S.M.A.R.T. program Southern Mississippi Planning And Development District | City, STATE, In this position I was an instructor for a drug education program used in K-12 classes in an eight (8) county area of southern Mississippi. The program was funded by a three-year grant from the federal government and administered by the Southern Mississippi Planning and Development District. Southern Mississippi Alternative Resource and Training (SMART) employed drug education curriculum appropriate for the various grade levels. I was responsible for submitting the grant application each year (for continued funding) and for quarterly reports to the federal government, I developed and implemented the budget for the program. I coordinated with each of the school districts to offer the classes at times convenient for the schools. My position ended when the grant ended.
03/1982 to 07/1986 Police Officer/Investigator Pascagoula Police Department | City, STATE, I was hired initially as an officer for the newly formed DUI Unit of the department. This position included DUI detection and enforcement. I also worked typical traffic officer duties to include writing citations and working traffic accidents. I was transferred to the Patrol Division and there I was responsible for patrol duties which included answering calls, conducting initial investigations at crime scenes, arresting perpetrators, writing reports and testifying in Youth Court, City Court, County Court, Grand Jury and Circuit Court. I then worked in the Investigations Division where I conducted investigations assigned to me by the Captain of the division. This included anything from property crimes to sex crimes. I interviewed suspects and witnesses and developed case files to submit to the Grand Jury. In this position I also testified in the same courts as listed previously. I left the Department in 1986.
03/1980 to 03/1982 Assistant Superintendent - Women\'s Restitution Center Mississippi Department Of Corrections | City, STATE, This position was a Probation Officer position with the first restitution center for women in the state of Mississippi. The center was a minimum security facility created to house up to ten (10) female inmates. The women were assigned there by the Circuit Court Judges in order to be incarcerated for their crimes but also to enable them to re-pay the victims of their crimes. I was responsible for all day-to-day operations of the facility which included issues related to their housing, meals, employment, transportation and financial responsibilities to the state and to their victims. I supervised four correctional officers and a counselor.
Expected in 1992 Master of Science | Criminal Justice University of Southern Mississippi, Long Beach, MS GPA:
Expected in 1976 Bachelor of Science | Criminal Justice University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS GPA:
Expected in 1983 Basic Class #103 | Law Enforcement Officer Basic Training Mississippi Law Enforcement Officers Academy, Pearl, MS GPA:

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  • University of Southern Mississippi
  • University of Southern Mississippi
  • Mississippi Law Enforcement Officers Academy
Job Titles Held:
  • Drug Court Coordinator
  • Adjunct Instructor
  • Investigator
  • Director of S.M.A.R.T. program
  • Police Officer/Investigator
  • Assistant Superintendent - Women\'s Restitution Center
  • Master of Science
  • Bachelor of Science
  • Basic Class #103