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Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 (555) 432-1000, resumesample@example.com
Executive Profile

Accomplished Executive with demonstrated ability to deliver mission-critical results.

Skill Highlights
  • Project management
  • Leadership/communication skills
  • Business operations organization
  • Budgeting expertise
  • Employee relations
  • Customer-oriented
  • Decisive
  • Ethical
  • Operations management
  • Staff development
  • Change management
Core Accomplishments

Business Development:

  • Successfully created a work environment that improved the crime rate from +25% to -6% by creating specialized work teams and implementing standard productivity.

Project Management:

  • Initiated the creation of the MATRIX Fusion Center - a section within the department that focuses on information sharing both internally and with other law enforcement agencies which resulted in its recognition as a state Fusion Center.

Professional Experience
08/1995 to 1999 Patrol Officer Guardtexas | Austin, TX,

Responsible for patrolling an assigned section of the city to prevent, detect and deter crime in the community and to lower the fear of crime. Rapid response to emergencies. Accident and crime investigations. Detain, arrest, restrain, transport, register and book prisoners. Serve warrants, testify in court. Compile and write reports.

1999 to 06/1999 Community Services PAR Officer Buncombe County | Asheville, NC,
  • Engage in community oriented policing by mediating disputes, providing assistance to the public by conducting crime prevention presentations, traffic safety and information on juvenile issues.
  • Conduct crime prevention inspections, burglary and robbery prevention seminars and attend Citizens Advisory meetings
  • organize and participate in neighborhood or community events such as Pride Day, Great American Cleanup, and National Night Out
06/1999 to 02/2001 Detective Seaworld Parks | Tampa, FL,
  • Assigned to the Public Integrity Unit - responsible for investigating high profile cases against public officials. Conduct investigations with Federal, State, County and City laws to prevent crimes against persons or property or solve alleged criminal cases.Conduct sensitive inquiries of accusations of official misconduct or law violations by public officials, or criminal or administrative internal affairs investigations of police officers as required. Obtain confidential information by questioning or interrogating and taking written, or audio or video recorded statements, depositions, or admissions of suspects, prisoners, complainants and witnesses. Contact other agencies and law enforcement jurisdictions to exchange information, including but not limited to military, National Crime Information Center (NCIC), Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF), and other criminal history or intelligence resources. Maintain surveillance of suspected criminals or frequent known Locations of criminals and become familiar with subjects’ habits, associates, characteristics, aliases and other personal facts. Analyze facts of particular cases to detect planned criminal activity or clues. Arrest or assist in arrest of suspects or violators. Return fugitives from outside the City or State. Check pawnshops, second-hand stores and junk shops for stolen property. Receive and document civil complaints. Prepare and serve search warrants. Prepare, submit and follow-up on crime laboratory requests. Conduct detailed analyses of criminal cases following arrest and charging of suspects that focus counteracting specific legal defenses and assist in case reviews or plea bargaining negotiations with defense counsel as requested by prosecuting attorney which includes locating and interviewing those listed on defense witness lists. Analyze and prepare cases for trial in consultation with prosecutors by detailing activities and investigations made to emphasize evidentiary and legal issues crucial to successful prosecution, and by assisting in obtaining, enhancing, creating or presenting exhibits or other evidence in court as required. Provide for witness or victim preparation and management, including transportation as necessary.
02/2001 to 05/2005 Sergeant State Of Michigan | Atlanta, GA,
  • 3/2001 –9/2001 Patrol Sergeant
  • 9/2001 – 1/2003 Community Services Sergeant
  • 1/2003- 6/2005 Academy Training Sergeant
  • As a Patrol Sergeant - plan, organize, direct and control day-to-day field or station activities of an assigned uniformed officer, detective or police support unit on a designated shift. Involves: Oversee, personally perform or assist with security patrol, traffic safety, emergency response, crime investigation, subject identification, academy training or other customary law enforcement work in response to calls or as otherwise assigned. Initiate appropriate police action to deal with complaints. Develop, arrange for and inform supervisors of individual tactical matters such as equipment to be used for particular operations, deployment of personnel in response to incidents, or details of standard and new approaches to investigation problems. Review case files and police reports of subordinate officers to ensure actions conform to Federal, State, County, and City laws and ordinances. Oversee or conduct interviews of victims, witnesses and suspects, collection of clues, leads and tips, documentation of crime or event scenes, preservation of evidence, booking and searching of prisoners brought to station, and preparation of cases for court. Give testimony at trials and hearings. Interpret department policies, rules and regulations to employees and the public. Advise and assist police personnel in other units and other law enforcement agencies to collaborate in investigations, emergencies and other unit functions as well as confer with the public, court and City officials regarding performance of assigned police activities. Conduct periodic unit inspections and recommend improvements to ensure acceptability of facility conditions, adequacy of equipment operations, and availability of weapons and supplies.
  • Perform, as qualified, technically difficult or uncommon uniformed Police Officer or Police Detective functions necessitating adroit application of established procedures and approved techniques to solve intricate tactical problems and criminal cases, or serve in such a position as back up when required. Involves:
  • Community Services Sergeant - Engage in assigned municipal law and ordinance enforcement and crime prevention duties which includes maintaining a recognizable community presence to preserve peace and order, protect persons and property, and otherwise provide allied police services requested as well as precisely documenting evidence, circumstances and actions regarding actual and potential criminal violations or other public safety related incidents. Provide technical police services such as conducting skilled investigations, first level identification analyses or community relations programs. Supervise assigned police officers and civilian support staff. Involves: Conduct roll calls, schedule work, assign duties and coordinate shift changes. Issue written and oral instructions, and check work for exactness, neatness and conformance to policies and procedures. Guide subordinates to overcome difficulties encountered in performing duties. Evaluate subordinates’ performance. Coach and arrange for or conduct training and development activities. Enforce personnel rules and regulations, standards of conduct, work attendance, appearance and safe working practices. Maintain supervisor-subordinate harmony and resolve disputes or grievances as delegated. Recommend commendations or discipline, and employee status changes. Interview applicants and recommend selection.
  • Academy Training Sergeant – Responsible for preparing new recruits for the academic, weaponry, and physical fitness training necessary to pass the State License Exam TCLEOSE. Conduct continuing education classes for seasoned law enforcement officers to maintain current certification and to obtain upgraded certifications.
05/2005 to 05/2007 Lieutenant El Paso Police Department | City, STATE,

6/2005 – 6/2007 – Auxiliary Support Lieutenant (Pawn Shop Detail/Domestic Violence Unit/Transfer Office / Municipal Court

Liaison/ Alarm Detail/ Security Services)

6/2007 – 2/2009 – Criminal Investigations Lieutenant

Responsibly develop, coordinate and evaluate designated ongoing patrol, investigation or support by subordinate units commonly headed by Police Sergeants or other first level supervisors, or carry out delegated complex operational or administrative public safety project management functions. Involves: Plan, generally oversee and control person and property protection, traffic regulation and safety, or other uniform operations on an assigned shift, a detective detail engaged in investigating and apprehending violators of crimes such as homicide, burglary and robbery, narcotic offenses, vice or vehicle theft, or criminalistic, auxiliary or patrol support, airport detail, homeland security, special project and grants, or other public safety services. Serve as detective division executive lieutenant, as assigned. Direct and review preparation of cases for court. Give testimony at trials and hearings. Establish rapport and confer with public groups and individuals in person and by telephone to listen to, identify and resolve law enforcement grievances or problems, and consult social service agencies and civic organizations to ascertain community public safety needs. Provide information and advise on City code and other laws in response to inquires; and interpret department rules, regulations and policies for employees and the public. Cooperate with County, State and Federal law enforcement agencies in apprehending and detaining wanted persons or criminals, recovering stolen property, and in other matters of mutual interest. Advise and assist other police officers in law enforcement investigations, and personally participates in more difficult cases. Analyze and recommend acquisition of or improvements to equipment and facilities. Participate in evaluation and development of department programs, policies and procedures, and in preparation and administration of department budget affecting operations or services for which accountable.


Perform, as qualified, expert uniformed Police Officer or Police Detective functions that include modifying standard practices, adapting precedents and establishing validity of approached in order to deal with unique situations in a manner that conforms to legal requirements and department policies, or serve in such a position as back up when required. Involves: Engage in assigned municipal law and ordinance enforcement and crime prevention duties which includes maintaining a recognizable community presence to preserve peace and order, protect persons and property, and otherwise provide allied police services requested as well as precisely documenting evidence, circumstances and actions regarding actual and potential criminal violations or other public safety related incidents. Provide technical police services such as conducting skilled investigations, first level identification analyses or community relations programs.


Supervise assigned supervisors, police officers and civilian support staff. Involves: Conduct roll calls, schedule work, assign duties and coordinate shift changes. Issue written and oral instructions, and check work for exactness, neatness and conformance to policies and procedures. Guide subordinates to overcome difficulties encountered in performing duties. Appraise performance of immediate subordinates and review evaluation reports of lower level supervisors. Coach and arrange for or conduct training and development activities. Enforce personnel rules and regulations, standards of conduct, work attendance, appearance and safe working practices. Maintain supervisor-subordinate harmony and resolve disputes or grievances as delegated. Recommend commendations or discipline, and employee status changes. Interview applicants and recommend selection.

01/2009 to Current Commander El Paso Police Department | City, STATE,

2/2009 – 8/2013 – Auxiliary Support Commander (Auto Theft/Narcotics/Fusion Center/Homeland Security/Airport Operations)

8/2013 – Present – Northeast Regional Command - Commander

Responsibly develop, coordinate and evaluate designated public protective operational and administrative services for a designated area of the city, or for an operations or administrative function such as criminal or directed investigations, special services, or auxiliary support, customarily through subordinate Police Lieutenants or civilian section supervisors. Involves: Assist in ongoing interpretation of emerging law enforcement concepts and impact of new or changing legal requirements on designated operational or administrative strategies and policies in order to meet community police service’s needs. Assess needs and feasibility of instituting technological advancements and methodological improvements to modernize, streamline or enhance the functional or territorial segment of the department for which accountable and of integrating them with the police services provided by other segments of the organization and other agencies as requested. Participate in formulating short and long range performance objectives, priorities and standards for units commanded that contribute to accomplishing the department’s mission. Ascertain potentially significant local crime analysis trends and statistics to assist in identifying critical law enforcement problems that affect the specific area or function for which accountable, recommend major tactical plans to solve them utilizing available resources and implement approved approaches. Assist in researching designated aspects of police policies and strategies, identify and analyze improvement alternatives, implement and cultivate approved additions and changes such as by realigning subordinate organizations, modifying programs or projects and redeploying resources in conjunction with other command staff, and monitor progress and evaluate effectiveness and efficiency of contributions to the realization of department mission. Confer with the public in person and by telephone, which includes advising them of City codes and other laws in response to inquires, and investigating and resolving complaints to employees. Direct safekeeping of prisoners. Cooperate with County, State and Federal law enforcement agencies in apprehension and detention of wanted persons, criminals, recovery of stolen property and other matters of mutual interest.

Direct command center or division administration. Involves: Conduct cost-benefit, statistical or other analyses such as of labor, equipment and supply needs, and review funding requests, proposed program improvements and suggested staffing to participate in annual budget and performance measures preparation. Record and review expenditures, and justify deviations from forecasts according to established City and department financial policies and procedures for controlling receipt, allocation and expenditure of budgeted, grant or other funds. Oversee statement of work, technical specification and grant application preparation. Participate in award and negotiation of contracts. Administer services and other contracts according to City procurement policies and procedures. Implement department directives. Prepare and present comprehensive special and recurring reports, charts and recommendations about programs and projects with in-depth technical, statistical and cost estimates and results analyses for City officials and department executives, and other jurisdictions and agencies. Set up and maintain required organizational administrative procedures manuals, and records such as of payroll, employee files, purchase requisitions and other transactions.

Supervise assigned supervisors, police officers and civilian support staff. Involves: Conduct roll calls, schedule work, assign duties and coordinate shift changes. Issue written and oral instructions, and check work for exactness, neatness and conformance to policies and procedures. Guide subordinates to overcome difficulties encountered in performing duties which includes interpreting department policies and procedures, Appraise performance of immediate subordinates and review evaluation reports of lower level supervisors. Coach and arrange for or conduct training and development activities. Enforce personnel rules and regulations, standards of conduct, work attendance, appearance and safe working practices. Maintain supervisor-subordinate harmony and resolve disputes or grievances as delegated. Recommend commendations or discipline, and employee status changes. Interview applicants and recommend selection.

Education
Expected in 02/2007 Bachelor's Degree | Park University, , GPA: GPA: 4 Summa cum Laude
GPA: 4 Summa cum Laude
Expected in 2/23/2007 Master Peace Officer | , , GPA:
Expected in Select One | , , GPA:

4/21/03 Taser Instructor

5/6/03 Firearms Instructor

11/4/99Homeowners Insurance Inspector

11/4/99 Crime Prevention Inspector

Dale Carnegie Course - Effective Communications 40 hours 6/17/13 Dale Carnegie Course - Skills for Success 12/16/13

Supervisor Training 5/4/05

Crisis Consortium Training: 6/28/05

STARS Rape Crisis Center - Border Conference on Sexual Assaults 5/9/05

Division of Emergency Management - Incident Command Systems7/7/08

Division of Emergency Management -Advanced Incident Command - 7/10-11/2008

Basic Investigators Course 8/16-20/1999

Intelligence Commander Course Fusion Center Training 2007

Basic Intelligence Threat Assessment Course 5/4/2015 - 6/26/15





Interests
Full-time / Shift work Desired Location: El Paso, Texas El Paso, County
Additional Information
  • Availability: Permanent Full time Work schedule: Full-time / Shift work Desired Location: El Paso, Texas El Paso, County
Skills

Developed, Presented and Managed the VAWA (Violence Against Womens Grant)

Developed the implementation of the Fusion Center

Presented and Managed the STEP (Selective Traffic Enforcement Program) Grant

Managed the Red Light Camera Program

Managed the UASI grant (Urban Areas Security Initiative)

383rd FAMV Voluntary Weapon Surrender Program – Team Member

Computer Skills:

ILEADS - Records Management System - this system is primarily used by the El Paso Police Department, El Paso Independent School District, El Paso Sheriffs Dept and the District Attorney's Office for incident report and case management

Agency Web - This is the Personnel Management system utilized by the El Paso Police Department and the City of El Paso.

Kronos Workforce Central - This is the time management system used by the El Paso Police Department and the City of El Paso

Microsoft Office 2010 - Proficient in Word/Powerpoint/Excel/Outlook JIMS - Jail Information Management System - Utilized primarily by the Jail and the District Attorney/County Attorney for booking information and case management

Netviewer - County program utilized to search for warrants

Blue Team - an internal program utilized by Internal Affairs to document citizens and internal complaints, investigations and dispositions LEMSYSTEMS: Crime Analysis - an internal database used to provide statistical data on crime Daily Log - an internal database used to provide statistical data on individual statistics or organizational statistics Personnel Database 2000 - an internal database used to manage the station intake holding cell logs, daily/weekly/monthly shift schedules and daily log entries

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • Park University

Job Titles Held:

  • Patrol Officer
  • Community Services PAR Officer
  • Detective
  • Sergeant
  • Lieutenant
  • Commander

Degrees

  • Bachelor's Degree
  • Master Peace Officer
  • Select One

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