Police Officer 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.
Received numerous letters of accommodations and appreciation from community members on behalf of my community policing skills. My attention to detail and people skills not only saved the life of a Town employee, but stopped a person from trying to harm themselves by jumping from the Quechee Gorge in Quechee, Vermont during my duties as a patrol officer.
Gathered preliminary investigation information as a first responder to crime scenes. Responded quickly to dispatch and took appropriate action at crime and disaster scenes. Directed traffic during emergency and congested situations. Analyzed traffic accidents and general traffic surveys. Instructed suspects on field sobriety tests and used portable equipment to perform tests. Prepared cases for trial and appeared and testified in court as a witness. Wrote reports on arrests made, activities performed and unusual incidents observed. Served active warrants and subpoenas. Mediated domestic-related disturbances and protected victims from harm. Responded to and investigated security and burglar alarms.Searched vehicles, buildings, homes and property for evidence and stolen property. Directed and controlled crowds at parades, funeral processions and sporting events. Assisted in conducting traffic surveys to determine problem areas. Wrote detailed arrest and accident reports. Inspected squad vehicle and weapons daily and arranged for routine and special maintenance. Organized and recorded facts to prepare incident reports.
Patrol Officer and served as aTraining Assistant (TA) at the Vermont Police Academy. June 1994 through July 1997 I served as a part time officer for the town of Hartford.
Member of the Naval Security Police Force. Investigation of crimes and ensuring that rules and regulations are adhered to as well as organized and recorded facts to prepare incident reports as a permanent record.
1994 through 1995 I served as a part time officer starting full time in February 1995.
Certified in the response to a suicide bomb attack and preserving the crime scenes and the handling of such evidence.
Extensive hands on and leadership training in riot control. To include specific direction in the handling of civil disobedience,
This course provides instruction to physical security specialists, military, civilians and supervisors on planning and implementing physical security measures in and at installations and facilities. Some measures include recommending appropriate physical security systems, programs, reviewing and editing of physical security plans and conducting physical security surveys.
Advanced techniques in high risk building entry and room clearing as well as hostage rescue strategies.
2 day course in survival as it relates to daily patrol assignments.
40 hour course designed to cover new first line supervisors so they can better serve their perspective departments and communicate effectively with staff members in order to better complete day to day operations and problem solving.
Instruction and education in the training of new police personnel.
A week long instructional course designed to teach instructors to better assist in the education of new personnel in the handling of cultural differences in there patrol duties.
This training was designed to assist Police Officers and their agencies in proactive media strategies that will help put the perspective agency in the drivers seat of a given news worthy incident. This seminar assists in creating good will and relations with ones local media
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