Hospital Police Lieutenant resume example with 13 years of experience

Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 (555) 432-1000,
Professional Summary

Enthusiastic Lieutenant eager to contribute to Academy success through hard work, attention to detail and excellent organizational skills. Clear understanding of Training and Learning and training in Acadis. Motivated to learn, grow and excel in able to train new Hospital Police Officers.

  • Personnel supervision
  • Laws and ordinances
  • Customer service
  • MS Office
  • Problem resolution
  • Organization
  • Performance Appraisals
  • Project organization
  • Team building
  • Operational improvement
  • Team management
  • Workload balancing
Work History
12/2016 to Current Hospital Police Lieutenant Department Of State Hospitals | City, STATE,

1st and 2nd Watch Operations Commander:

  • Command of Watch Operations, managing a team of 18 sergeants, supervising 108 officers across two operations shifts. Directs, trains and evaluates the sergeants in the operational goals of the department. Administers corrective action and progressive discipline as necessary.
  • Evaluated case documentation on 312 cases submitted by sergeants to check accuracy and compliance with department policies aimed at protecting criminal cases.
  • Coordinated three parking lot searches of 2900 total vehicles to prevent drugs and other contraband from entering the facility.
  • Coordinated facility wide search of 28 units to remove all electronic devices in accordance with CCR 4350.
  • Residential Recovery Unit Lieutenant responsible for 7 units with 50 patients on each unit.
  • CDCR Unit Lieutenant responsible for 1 unit with 50 CDCR prisoners.

Field Training Administrator:

  • Managed team of 6 sergeants and 19 Field Training Officers in the training and evaluating of 74 trainees from 8 OPS Academy Classes.
  • Took part in the drafting and revision of the OPS Field Training Manual to be used by all 5 facilities.
  • Designed and implemented the necessary forms (DOR's, SWR's,End of Phase, etc) in Acadis necessary to be able to document the progress of trainees while assigned to the Field Training Program.
  • Designed and implemented the training course in Acadis to properly document the Field Training of newly graduated officers.
01/2011 to 12/2016 Hospital Police Sergeant Department Of State Hospitals | City, STATE,

Watch / Field Supervisor:

  • Led shift briefings to inform officers of important considerations such as areas to check and individuals of note in hospital areas.
  • Planned, scheduled and supervised work of 8 subordinates.
  • Evaluated case documentation on 966 cases submitted by officers to check accuracy, elements, investigative steps to ensure a complete and thorough investigation.
  • Operate as the on-site incident commander during emergencies and major police activities until relieved by a superior officer.
  • Establish schedules and methods for providing assigned law enforcement services and activities.
  • Train and evaluate assigned personnel; complete probationary and annual performance employee evaluations and reviews as required.
  • Prepare police and supplemental reports as required.
  • Supervise and assist officers in follow-up investigations including the gathering of evidence, questioning of witnesses and apprehension of suspects.

Field Training Coordinator:

  • Supervised team of 3 sergeants and 15 Field Training Officers in the training and evaluating of 45 trainees from 11 OPS Academy Classes.

Academy Sergeant:

  • Monitor, mentor and assist in the day to day classroom operations of 100 cadets from 8 OPS Academy Classes.
  • Assisted other supervisors sent from other facilities.
  • Transport the cadets to the UCR if they were injured.
  • Instructed CPR/1st Aid, LD-23.
05/2008 to 01/2011 Hospital Police Officer Department Of State Hospitals | City, STATE,
  • Worked independently and collaboratively to resolve urgent issues to protect lives and property.
  • Interacted assertively but non-confrontational with staff, patients and general public.
  • Adhered to established procedures and posted orders to enforce department rules, policies and regulations to staff and patients.
  • Activated security alarm system to alert emergency responders of dangerous or life threatening incidents.
  • Acted as deterrent to prevent criminal actions, vandalism and misconduct to allow business to conduct operations in safe environment.
  • Patrolled internal building spaces and facility grounds to identify and deter threats to assets.
  • Recorded observations and occurrences and interviewed witnesses to complete and submit incident report.
  • Remained flexible in rapidly changing environments and adapted to developing situations.
Expected in 01/2017 Associate of Arts | Criminal Justice University of Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ, GPA:
  • Graduated with 3.67 GPA
  • Coursework in general education (math & English), operations management, academic writing, teamwork, conflict resolution, victimology, composition in the criminal justice system, ethics in criminal justice, health & wellness, intro to criminal justice, cultural diversity, criminology, critical thinking, juvenile justice system, intro to corrections, intro to criminal court system, intro to forensics, intro to police theory

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School Attended

  • University of Phoenix

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  • Hospital Police Lieutenant
  • Hospital Police Sergeant
  • Hospital Police Officer


  • Associate of Arts

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