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

Experienced supervisor and case manager with 12 years in criminal justice and law enforcement. Safety-oriented, fair and professional when dealing with unruly offenders and problem situations. Well-versed in criminal law and criminology. Vast background in court testimony, field supervision and statistical analysis. Responsible supervisor specializing in caseload management, court protocols and documentation. Analytical and methodical with meticulous attention for detail. Excel at all administrative aspects.

Skills
  • Research/due diligence
  • Ability to effectively advise others
  • Bi-lingual English/Spanish
  • Self-motivated
  • Great organizational skills.
  • Effective communication skills
  • Ability to effectively prioritize and successfully perform duties autonomously and work independently in a high traffic and multi-tasked work environment
  • Ability to work independently as well as part of a team.
  • Ability to set priorities which accurately reflect the importance of job responsibilities and carry out multiple assignments in a timely manner
  • Experience in, working with diverse populations and stressful environment.
  • Ability to promote self-responsibility and high ethical standards among people.
  • Ability to work effectively with multiple departments, organizations, faculty, staff and students in sensitive and complex situations
  • Knowledge of and skills in developmental, psychological, and medical issues of student population.
Experience
Parole Officer, 01/2017 to 03/2021
State Of NebraskaBridgeport, NE,
  • Supervised adult offenders to monitor compliance with court ordered conditions.
  • Address offenders' personal, housing, financial or needs due to a crisis (e.g. medical/family emergency, assault, trauma, hospitalization, suicide ideation, crime victim, etc.)
  • Manage caseload through electronic system and communication (written and verbal) with other staff and community partners regarding people of concern.
  • Make appropriate referrals to support networks and/or resources in the Tucson community (housing, homeless services, victim witness, Southern Arizona Center Against Sexual Assault, etc.)
  • Assisted offenders who face complex issues and crises that could affect their ability to remain successful in the community.
  • Counseled adult felony offenders with legal, substance abuse, mental health, employment and personal problems. Developed strategic goals in conjunction with staff to address their needs.
  • Connected offenders with critical resources and networks; educate them on relevant topics for their successful re-entry in the community, make appropriate referrals.
  • Completed statistical analysis by developing, updating and maintaining statistical and related records and reports.
  • Arrested and transported parolees in violation to ensure compliance with court protocol.
  • Referred offenders to appropriate community agencies to complete services in compliance with court orders.
  • Communicate with parents, families, or designated emergency contacts such as sponsors, as appropriate.
  • Recommended probation conditions to court, including drug treatment, vocational rehabilitation and mental health programs.
  • Manage programming and outreach to engage offenders in self-care and increase awareness on community assistance programs.
  • Managed full-cycle caseloads, including pretrial, pre-sentence and client supervision.
  • Initiate health and welfare checks on offenders when appropriate and determine follow-up needed. Present relevant cases at Behavioral Intervention Team meetings.
  • Tracked information for summary documentation to strengthen case outcomes and prepared reports and proposals, including progress reports, weekly and monthly as required by Administration.
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with related community departments, including Counseling and Psych Services, Police Department, Crisis Centers, Rehabilitation Centers, Disability Resource Center, half way house and shelters.
  • Assisted in the development and implementation of multi-media presentations, and held Orientations for new released offenders to inform them of resources, and conditions of supervision.
  • Aided senior leadership during executive decision-making process by preparing offender reports for corrective action planning.
Cadre Team at COTA, 06/2009 to 01/2017
Alakaina Family Of CompaniesSheppard Air Force Base, TX,
  • Started as a Correctional Officer, promoted through the ranks to Sgt, Armorer and Parole Officer.
  • As a Correctional Officer Training Academy COTA Cadre, conducted initial entry training for new cadets. Instructed and assists in the training of basic tasks to cadets, developed cadets in discipline, physical fitness, personal hygiene, first aid, pride in corrections. Trained cadets in drill and ceremonies, basic weapons marksmanship and maintenance of assigned equipment, self-defense training and general subjects related to corrections.
  • Completed daily resident welfare checks and coordinated with facility staff to meet all resident needs.
  • As an Armorer responsible for the accountability and maintenance of over $100 thousand worth of weapons; instructed cadets on proper care and maintenance of all assigned weapons; maintained hand-receipts for equipment issued, calibrated, zeroed, and performed user maintenance of weapons.
Document Specialist, 01/2008 to 01/2009
Mexican ConsulateCity, STATE,
  • Issued passports, FM3 visas, birth certificates and other various legal documents.
  • Skills needed to perform these duties and responsibilities include scheduling, planning, inspecting, and adhering to systems and regulations
Education and Training
Bachelor of Science: Criminal Justice, Expected in 03/2015
Atlanta University - ,
GPA:
Law Enforcement Torch Run

The Law Enforcement Torch Run LETR is a campaign to benefit the Special Olympics. It began in 1981 in Wichita, Kansas, and is the largest grass-roots fundraising movement for the Special Olympics. As a volunteer of LETR coordinated fundraising events, to benefit the campaign and help coordinate and lead runs.

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  • Parole Officer
  • Cadre Team at COTA
  • Document Specialist
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