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Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary

Communicative Police Officer successful at developing positive relationships with colleagues and citizens. Approaches each situation with alertness, compassion and concern. Continually followed procedures to maintain safety, documentation and meet legal requirements. I have over 8 years of service enforcing rules and authority for good of all citizens. Passionate about saving lives, protecting victims and fighting crime. Excellent record of promotion and recognition for going beyond call of duty. I received the TOP COP award two years in a row.

Accomplishments
  • Awarded TOP COP two years back to back while employed at UMMC.
  • Used Microsoft Excel to develop inventory tracking spreadsheets.
  • Awarded the Military Officer's Association of America (MOAA) award in 2010 for being recognized above my peers.
  • Awarded the Logistics Hero Award in 2010 for being recognized above my peers.
  • Supervised team of approximately 17 officers, and approximately 14 soldiers.
  • Awarded the Army Achievement Medal (AAM) 6 times.
Skills
  • Information Verification
  • Outreach Initiatives
  • Traffic Patrol
  • Physical Restraint
  • Police Department Procedures
  • Legal Procedures
  • Departmental Oversight
  • Physical Combat
  • Police Patrol Operations
  • Workload Balancing
  • Case Documentation
  • Managing Scenes
Work History
Field Training Unit Police Officer, 12/2019 to Current
Georgetown UniversityWashington, DC,
  • Served and protected all citizens and visitors of the city.
  • Talked regularly with citizens to establish rapport and become familiar presence in area.
  • Upheld all local, state, and federal laws.
  • Enforced traffic laws and ordinances through visual observation and radar speed detection.
  • Investigated and reported crimes, accidents, offenses and damage to property.
  • Answered emergency calls for help from citizens and business owners.
  • Secured crime scenes, gathered evidence and questioned witnesses.
  • Patrolled assigned areas to prevent and detect roadway crimes.
  • Conducted witness interviews and gathered details regarding incidents to determine best course of action.
  • Issued traffic citations and electronic tickets for violations of traffic laws.
  • Responded immediately to reports of automobile accidents and criminal activity, calling for additional support as necessary.
  • Conducted preliminary investigations at scenes of major crimes.
  • Patrolled assigned areas to check homes, businesses and public roads for signs of disturbance.
  • Apprehended suspects, read Miranda Rights and transported offenders to jail.
  • Gathered necessary information for court appearances and testified as witness under oath in court.
  • Apprehended offenders and conducted interviews and interrogations.
  • Supervised crowds at busy events to prevent injuries and property destruction.
  • Determined appropriate course of criminal prosecution by analyzing and evaluating information.
  • Worked with investigations team to surveil and capture offenders for possession and distribution of illegal narcotics and prescription drugs.
  • As a FTO (field training officer), I was responsible for training new officers assigned to my shift.
  • Trained and mentored numerous new personnel hired to fulfill various roles.
  • Monitored day-to-day activities of trainees, noting areas needing improvement and implementing plans for rectification.
  • Liaised between administrative staff and trainees, facilitating smooth communication and successfully achieving completion of the FTO program.
  • As the TASER instructor, I certified trainees on the TASER, and recertified officers annually.
  • Applied various teaching aids to minimize learning gaps and instruct and motivate students.
  • Evaluated and revised lesson plans and course content to achieve student-centered learning.
  • Observed other instructors and lecturers, gathering valuable techniques to be implemented into future lectures and courses.
  • Emphasized safe working and classroom conditions and practices.
  • Increased student participation by facilitating interesting and relevant events.
  • Tested students on materials presented in workshops and classes to assess grasp of material.
  • Optimized learning plans, quantifying student progress through test administration.
  • Created and implemented written and oral assessments.
  • Collaborated with administration to increase the effectiveness of the departmental TASER Policy.
Unit Supply Specialist, 09/2009 to Current
US Army ReservesCity, STATE,
  • Oversee supply requests, accountability and receipts.
  • Maintain automated system for tracking group supplies and equipment.
  • Prepare unit and organizational supply documentation.
  • Act as primary contact for supply chain management systems, tools and data and run regular reports in support of supply chain business processes.
  • Complete monthly inventory counts of equipment on book for unit.
  • Plan and conduct annual section training.
  • Enter and complete entries of commodity movements data in system and monitor commodity contract application, review and follow up.
  • Pack, secure, label and apply postage to materials to prepare items for shipment.
  • Move shipment materials to and from designated areas using lift and hand trucks.
  • Sort and deliver materials to different work areas and staff.
  • Verify orders by comparing names and quantity of items packaged with shipping documents.
  • Compare shipping orders and invoices against contents received to verify accuracy.
  • Inspect incoming and outgoing shipments to identify discrepancies with records.
  • Process required paperwork to expedite handling of shipped and received goods.
  • Monitor inventory to maintain sufficient supply levels to meet unit level and the Army's needs.
  • Work effectively with shippers to resolve shipment issues, damaged materials and shortages.
  • Draft and manage work and shipping orders, bills of lading and shipping route materials for accurate and compliant recordkeeping.
  • Requisition new supplies and maintain storage areas for smooth department operations.
Police Lieutenant, 09/2013 to 12/2019
University Of Mississippi Medical Center, UMMC PDCity, STATE,
  • I was a shift supervisor
  • Upheld all hospital policies, local laws, state laws, and federal laws
  • Directed and monitored work of approximately 17 law enforcement professionals with clear focus on maximizing results and maintaining transparent police operations.
  • Planned, scheduled and supervised work of approximately 17 subordinates.
  • Conducted witness interviews and gathered details regarding incidents to determine best course of action.
  • Answered emergency calls for help from visitors, patients, and employees.
  • Supervised crowds at busy events to prevent injuries and property destruction.
  • Educated staff members on proper field procedures to boost public trust in officers and efficiency.
  • Evaluated case documentation submitted by team members to check accuracy and compliance with department policies aimed at protecting criminal cases.
  • Led shift briefings to inform officers of properties to check and individuals of note in local areas.
  • Established and enforced employee performance policies.
  • Maintained security of local areas to perform route clearance for visiting high-ranking officials.
  • Served and protected all employees, patients, and visitors of the campus.
  • Delivered staff training on combat readiness strategies while working to enhance morale and support overall welfare.
  • Investigated and reported crimes, accidents, offenses and damage to property.
  • Frequently patrolled routes and talked with patrons of the campus, employees, and visitors.
Education
Bachelor of Science: Criminal Justice, Digital Forensics, Expected in 07/2023 to AMERICAN MILITARY UNIVERSITY - ONLINE,
GPA:
  • Dean's List - Winter 2022
  • Honor Roll - Winter 2022
  • Relevant Coursework: INFORMATION AND DIGITAL LITERACY
  • Relevant Coursework: CRIMINAL JUSTICE ADMINISTRATION
  • Relevant Coursework: CRIMINOLOGY
  • Relevant Coursework: CYBERCRIME
  • Relevant Coursework: CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
  • Relevant Coursework: CRIMINAL PROFILING
  • Relevant Coursework: CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION
  • 3.9 GPA
Associate of Arts: Criminal Justice, Expected in 05/2020 to Hinds Community College - Raymond, MS,
GPA:
  • Relevant Coursework: INTRODUCTION TO CORRECTIONS
  • Relevant Coursework: SOCIAL PROBLEMS
  • Relevant Coursework: POLICE OPERATIONS
  • Relevant Coursework: CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION
  • Relevant Coursework: INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE
  • Relevant Coursework: POLICE ADMIN AND OPERATION
  • 2.9 GPA
Professional Certificate: supply management and inventory control, Expected in 10/2010 to United States Army Quartermaster School - Ft. Lee, VA,
GPA:
Certifications
  • MLEOTA - 2014
  • FTO - 2020
  • Taser Instructor - 2022


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School Attended

  • AMERICAN MILITARY UNIVERSITY
  • Hinds Community College
  • United States Army Quartermaster School

Job Titles Held:

  • Field Training Unit Police Officer
  • Unit Supply Specialist
  • Police Lieutenant

Degrees

  • Bachelor of Science
  • Associate of Arts
  • Professional Certificate

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