Police Officer with 8+ years in law enforcement, including assisting citizens, investigating accidents and conducting routine patrols. Exceptional report writing ability. Highly effective at taking leadership direction from superiors, as well as mentoring junior officers. Believes that a willingness to learn and an emphasis on teamwork are essential qualities of successful law enforcement officers. Skilled in assessing risks and making critical decisions under extreme pressure.
Monterey County Police Officers association Police Officer of the Year 2011
Carmel Police Department Officer of the Year 2008
POST Supervisory Course
Supervising For Success "principals of Leading Teams"
Distinguished Service Award X 2
S.W.A.T Team Operator
Peninsula Regional Violence and Narcotics Team
Qualified Police Sharp Shooter
Trainer of 1 Reserve officer as Field Training Officer (FTO).
Chemical Agents instructor
Glock Firearms Armorer
Received numerous letters of appreciation from community residents.
Instruct recruit officers in department policy, city ordinances, and state law.
Instruct recruits in department procedures and day to day operations. Complete daily observation reports (DOR) on recruit's performance.
Monitor all paperwork completed by recruit and have corrections made as needed.
Conduct meetings with F.T.O. sergeant on recruit's performance.
Conduct counseling sessions with recruit on subjects that need improvement.
Coordinate with the training coordinator any remedial training in areas the recruit needs improvement.
Attend court sessions with recruit.
Inspect recruit officers equipment and appearance.
Performs annual armorer inspections on weapons.
Provides instruction to officers to maintain/improve marksmanship skills.
Develops lesson plans to conduct firearms training exercises.
Evaluates employee firearms efficiency and recommends additional training as necessary.
Assists personnel on firing range with weapons malfunctions.
Issues weapons and related equipment to Department personnel.
Maintains and accounts for firearms and ammunition inventories.
Prepares class rosters, armorer logs, lesson plans and other required paperwork.
Operates and maintains job-related equipment.
Attends job-related training.
Patrol the city of Carmel beat on foot, motorcycle, patrol vehicle (marked or unmarked).
Gives information to pedestrians and motorists; Checks for any law violations; Writes citations; directs traffic.
Responds to radio calls and investigates complaints, disturbances, collisions, administers first aid in emergencies
Watches for suspicious cars, curfew violators and wanted persons; make arrests for violations of laws and ordinances.
Serves warrants; transports prisoners and assists in booking and jailing prisoners; appears in court
Investigates conditions hazardous to life or property; conducts initial investigations of crime and crime scenes; may assist detectives in criminal investigation work. Collect and preserve evidence.
Writes reports, reads bulletins, reports, orders and implements indicated changes as appropriate. Testify in Court as required
Purchased electrical supplies for large residential and commercial projects throughout Northern California. Coordinated large timed deliveries with project foreman at various job sites throughout Northern California. Stocked and kept large inventory on hand for job pick up applications. Managed and oversaw warehouse operations.
Manage and oversees day to day activities of electrical goods and services. Scheduled timely deliveries and performed outside sales duties. Thrived in direct interaction with customers throughout Northern California.
Graduated and received a Bachelor's of Science in Applied Business Management with an emphasis in Criminal Justice. Honor roll status with a GPA of 3.4 or higher.
Completion of POST Basic Certificate
Received Associates of Science degree in Criminal Justice
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