executive manager resume example with 2+ years of experience

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

Experienced, innovative, data-driven intelligence analyst. Effective, yet adaptive leader, with background in supervising dynamic staff within large scale law enforcement agency. Enthusiastic self-starter with knowledge in investigative case management and analysis of criminal behavior. Clear understanding of law enforcement data management systems, process improvement and policy development. Proven success in team leadership, analytical problem solving, and creating law enforcement sensitive reports. Extensive experience with collaborative efforts to facilitate multi-agency sharing of intelligence, and establishing clear telecommunication systems. Interest in managing the advancement of analytical and investigative strategies, to promote crime reduction efforts and to inform progressive intel-oriented policies.

  • Federal Bureau of Investigation CJIS - Face Comparison and Identification Training, Feb. 2020/20 hrs.
  • International Association of Crime Analysts - Social Network Analysis Training, Oct. 2019/1 hr.
  • Alpha Group Center - Basic Elements of Criminal Intelligence Analysis Course, Sep. 2019/40 hrs.
  • International Association of Crime Analysts - Fundamentals of Crime Analysis, Jul. 2019/12 weeks
  • U.S. DOJ/BJA - Criminal Intelligence Operating Policies (28 CFR), May 2019
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation NDex - NDex Systems and Policy, May 2019
  • Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force - Sexual Violence in Cyberspace Part I, Mar. 2018/1.5 hrs.
Work History
01/2021 to Current Executive Manager Detroit Police Department, Crime Intelligence Unit | City, STATE,
  • 40 hrs/week
  • Provided functional oversight and administrative support for sixty (60)+ civilian personnel throughout several assignments within the department to advance organizational mission
  • Performed high-level data collection and analysis to determine strategy efficiency and communicate critical metrics of success and improvement to command level meetings
  • Enhanced and redefined organizational structure to improve unit's effectiveness throughout the department
  • Maintained personnel dossiers for 100+ civilian members to regularly update and provide support their performance in daily duties and long-term goals
  • Aided in the collection and dissemination of critical intelligence for high-profile events and local public information concerns and investigations, in collaboration with the Counterintelligence Threat Assessment Team
  • Implemented innovated training protocols to aid process development and advance proactive policing
  • Managed hiring, scheduling, and training of new personnel to ensure compliance with organization policies and promote dynamic staffing
  • Coordinated launch of three (3) strategic and tactical innovated systems to reduce gun violence
  • Administered the implementation and oversight of telecommunication systems to aid in both internal and multi-agency communication
04/2019 to 12/2020 Crime Analyst I/Crime Analyst II Detroit Police Department, Crime Intelligence Unit | City, STATE,
  • 40 hrs/week
  • Provided operational support by responding to requests for information, data mining, suspect profiles
  • Analyzed crime trends and patterns citywide to generate seven (7) efficient preventative strategies and deployment of law enforcement resources
  • Initiated and led five (5) monthly collaborative meetings with several levels of command and personnel regarding burglary activity and MDOC updates
  • Monitored private-public surveillance program of over 700 camera assets to provide on-duty officers with real-time tactical support
  • Researched and recommended five (5) process improvements designed to advance impact and efficiency of Crime Intelligence Unit
  • Communicated key intelligence at department level by preparing daily, monthly reports of critical incidents
  • Trained experience using facial recognition technology, crime mapping software, call data record analysis and performing social media investigations
  • Developed and implemented 80-hour new hire training protocol to ensure consistent and updated transitions of personnel
  • Utilized digital forensic extraction software to read and analyze ten (10) cell phone device returns, call data records and social media profile subpoenas as part of a VICE human trafficking and internal affairs investigation
  • Executed internal audit investigation as part of federal task force charged with assessing public corruption and fraud
09/2017 to 04/2018 Case Analyst Intern National Center For Missing & Exploited Children | City, STATE,
  • 32 hrs/week; Unpaid internship
  • Performed system analysis, documentation, testing, implementation and user support for platform transitions
  • Maintained, analyzed large data files on six (6) projects regarding missing child cases, to promote crime reduction and investigative strategies
  • Developed original data management and coding system for long-term analytic project to promote efficient and creative model identifying crime trends in crimes against children
  • Assembled integrative case summary reports using internal databases in conjunction with extensive open source data searches
05/2017 to 08/2017 Case Management Intern National Center For Missing & Exploited Children | City, STATE,
  • 20 hrs/week; Unpaid internship
  • Provided technical assistance to families, law enforcement, child welfare workers in 260 missing child cases
  • Collaborated with case managers and law enforcement agencies to maintain active case reviews and facilitate multi-agency communication
  • Managed records of law-enforcement sensitive information of juveniles in compliance with legal and ethical standards
  • Conducted interviews to obtain updated case information and prepare files for weekly, monthly and yearly reviews
Expected in 04/2018 to to Master of Arts | Forensic Psychology The George Washington University , Washington, D.C., GPA:
Expected in 04/2016 to to Bachelor of Arts | Psychology, Honors Distinction The University Of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, GPA:

Minor specialization: Crime & Justice; Modern Greek Language

Thesis: The Effect of Salience of Emotional Experience on Emotion Perception

  • Team leadership
  • Strong oral and written communication
  • Recruiting and training
  • Data management and data coding
  • Intercultural communication
  • Computer: Advanced CAD, RMS, ArcGIS, Microsoft Suite
  • Language: Greek, fluent

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School Attended

  • The George Washington University
  • The University Of Michigan

Job Titles Held:

  • Executive Manager
  • Crime Analyst I/Crime Analyst II
  • Case Analyst Intern
  • Case Management Intern


  • Master of Arts
  • Bachelor of Arts

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