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Jessica Claire
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OBJECTIVE
Seasoned combat veteran with 20+ years in Law Enforcement, Anti-Terrorism / Force Protection and Evidence Handling. Ready to apply acquired practical experience to the position of Sergeant in the Department
Experience
Navy Civilian Police Officer, 01/2011 to Present
Bickford Senior Living Erie, PA,
  • Respond to and investigate complaints while enforcing federal and state laws, Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ), DOD, Naval regulations and installations directives.
  • Conduct investigations at scenes of incidents when summoned or observe incidents; determine what crime committed; identify, collect, preserve, and process evidence.
  • Apprehend and arrest offenders for crimes committed under the Uniform Code of Military Justice, federal, state, and local laws and codes; control people under the influence of drugs or alcohol or other potential hostile situations.
  • Think and act quickly in emergency situations; analyze circumstances and adopt effective courses of action; exercise sound judgment under pressure.
  • Maintain public contact regarding potential law enforcement problems and to preserve good relationships.
  • Administer breathalyzer tests, combat first aid and basic life support; advise suspects of acknowledgement and waiver of rights; apply restrain devices; rules of engagement and use of force continuum, and recognize improvised explosive devices.
Arms Petty Officer First Class, Departmental Career Counselor, 01/2009 to 01/2011
U. S. Navy Master Navy Region Southwest Force Protection Naval Base City, STATE,
  • Provided individual guidance and counseling about rights and benefits, career path options, promotion requirements, and educational opportunities.
  • Department's principal advisor on policies and regulations related to Navy career planning matters.
  • Maintained awareness of revisions and innovations in career development programs through access to Navy directives reference materials, experience, and training.
Arms Petty Officer, 01/2008 to 01/2009
U.S. Navy Master U.S. Army Brigade Evidence Custodian, Provost Marshal Office City, , IRAQ
  • Supervised over 20 U.S.
  • Army Security Personnel as Chief of the Guard at the Detainee Detention Facility at Combat Operating Post Speicher.
  • Assisted in the planning and the coordination of over 20 tactical convoys through the volatile Tikrit province ensuring time critical crime scene evidence reached Joint Expeditionary Forensic Facilities for evidence exploitation without delay.
  • Served as the only U.S Army's First and Third Brigade Combat Team's Evidence Custodian operating in the harshest areas of Tikrit Province, personally collected and processed over 200 pieces of evidence used for prosecution at the Central Criminal Court of Iraq which resulted in a 63 percent conviction rate against insurgents responsible for attacks against innocent Iraqi civilians and Coalition Forces.
  • Produced invaluable Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for the Brigade Team.
  • This SOP enhanced and resolved all subsequent criminal investigation issues for the Brigade.
Arms Petty Officer First Class, Detainee Handler/Manager, 01/2006 to 01/2007
U.S. Navy Master SEAL TEAM , ,
  • Camp Habbaniyah, Al Anbar Province, Iraq Directly processed over 300 captured Anti-Coalition Forces and High Value Targets (HVT) at a temporary holding facility.
  • Developed a detainee package procedure to ensure prosecution and permanent detention of all anti-coalition forces.
  • Expertly conducted background screening and training of over 40 Iraqi policemen (IP), 11 Special Mission Platoon (SMP) and over 30 Iraqi Army (IA) Scouts to prepare them to conduct bilateral operations with Naval Special Warfare (NSW) combat Advisors.
, 01/2005 to 01/2008
Naval Amphibious Base Coronado City, STATE,
  • Provided oversight and mentoring while conducting high-risk individual and platoon training; Physical Security and Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection officer responsible for the safe guarding of U.S.
  • Naval assets involving Explosive Ordnance Disposal weapons, equipment and classified materials.
  • Conducted several annual physical security assessments and inspections with zero discrepancies.
  • Provided Law Enforcement for the command to include investigations, interrogations, apprehension, crime prevention, preservation of crime scenes and evidence, conduct surveillance and observe suspicious activity.
Arms Petty Officer First Class, Leading Petty Officer / Watch Commander, Navy Region Southwest Force Protection, 01/2002 to 01/2005
U.S. Navy Master Naval Station San Diego City, STATE,
  • Responsible for the effective supervision and overall management and coordination of law enforcement activities in the assigned area of responsibility.
  • Overseen weapons qualifications, personnel medical readiness, and watch stander qualifications for all military and DOD personnel.
  • Managed personnel administration activities to include documenting, conducting, and reviewing performance evaluations and handling disciplinary actions.
  • Communicates with public to arrest criminal suspects, gather information during investigations, handle citizen complaints, and solve problems.
  • Communicates internally with other supervisors to counsel and discipline subordinates, give instructions, and disseminate or gather information.
Arms Petty Officer First Class, Chief Master, to
U.S. Navy Master , ,
  • At-Arms / Physical Security Specialist Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobil Unit 3.
Work History
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Department of the ,
Accomplishments
  • Extensive additional Training, both military and Professional, as well as Awards and Commendations presented separately.
Education and Training
Bachelor of Science: Criminal Justice Administration / Management, Expected in April 2016
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University of Phoenix, San Diego Campus - ,
GPA:
Criminal Justice Administration / Management
Activities and Honors
Certifications
Search and Seizure Laws Familiarity Crime Prevention Felony Laws knowledge Security and Emergency Response Patrol Procedures Drug Laws enforcement CPR/First Aid certified Arrest techniques Firearms & Weapons expert Evidence Collection & Protection Patrol Procedures Customer Service
Skills
Army, basic, benefits, counseling, CPR, Customer Service, First Aid, IP, Law Enforcement, life support, materials, mentoring, access, Weapons, Navy, Naval, Personnel, policies, promotion, SMP, SOP, sound, supervision

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