Patrolman First Class Resume Example

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Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
  • Cell:

Dedicated, hardworking officer with ties to the Town of Simsbury. Over 23 years of military experience and 15 years of law enforcement experience. Built positive relationships with the community, as well as, a motivated proactive patrolman. Scheduled, trained and assisted junior officers to improve performance of the squad. Proven history of fostering a positive work environment; creating motivated subordinates ensures mission success.

  • Crime prevention
  • Community relations
  • Team building
  • Supervision
  • Organizational skills
  • Firearms
  • Training
  • Working collaboratively
Patrolman First Class, 07/2014 to Current
Simsbury Police DepartmentCity, STATE,
  • Wrote reports detailing events and people involved.
  • Communicated with other departments and coordinated responses to suspicious activities.
  • Responded to calls for service, including unlocking doors and assisting motorists.
  • Testified in court about encounters with citizens.
  • Performed administrative tasks related to police work, including reports, warrants, etc.
  • Trained fellow officers as a firearms/use of force instructor.
  • Investigated offenses and arrested offenders of Connecticut state law.
  • Supported positive relationships between community leaders and general public by demonstrating courteous and cooperative behavior when interacting with citizens and visitors.
  • One of the leaders in the department on proactive policing to include traffic stops.
  • Participation in Special Olympic and other local events shows dedication to community policing.
  • Selected as a Field Training Officer.
  • Department Armorer for Sig Sauer and Colt Firearms.
  • Crisis Intervention Team (CIT)
Sergeant First Class, Military Police, 04/2008 to Current
Connecticut Army National GuardCity, STATE,
  • Assigned as Platoon Sergeant; responsible for the morale, welfare & training for up to 40 Soldiers
  • Led diverse training simulations to prepare teams for combat and emergency situations to include civil disturbance training.
  • Maintained over $9,000,000 in equipment with no loss by ensuring equipment was inventoried and secured, as well as the vehicles were maintained as necessary.
  • Assured consistent quality control through development of spreadsheets, item lists and other documents to track materials in platoon inventory.
  • Patrol supervisor at the United States Military Academy West Point, NY.
  • Deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom 2009-2010; assisted in the transition of a military prison from US control, back to the government of Iraq.
  • Military Police Instructor; Hand cuffing, baton, OC, "M.A.C.H" defensive tactics, patrol skills, DUI,
  • Supervised crowds at busy events, including Governor Malloy's Inauguration and West Point football games to ensure a safe event for all in attendance.
Judicial Marshal / Sergeant, 10/2005 to 07/2014
State Of Connecticut Judicial Marshal ServicesCity, STATE,
  • Worked alone or with team members to resolve urgent issues, including instances involving threats to human life.
  • Supported judge activities by calling court to order, announcing entrances and responding to emergency situations.
  • Member of award winning Judicial Marshal Honor Guard.

Assignments include:

  • Metal Detector operations
  • Court room security
  • Interior prisoner movement (To/from holding area to court room)
  • Interior & exterior patrols; ensuring the court house was safe and secure
  • Prisoner transport
  • Field Training Officer
  • Instructor for In-Service and Pre-Service Academy
  • Sergeant; assigned to Headquarters (1 of 3 Marshals with certified access to COLLECT)
  • Liaison to US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)
Infantry Sergeant, 08/1997 to 04/2008
Connecticut Army National GuardCity, STATE,
  • Deployed to Afghanistan in 2006 -2007 as the security for the Provincial Reconstruction Team.
  • Led infantry team of three members in combat operations, including providing tactical guidance.
  • Executed fast and effective decision-making under combat conditions to facilitate team cohesion.
  • Maintained advanced knowledge of team member skills and deficiencies to properly and safely coordinate tactical strategy.
  • Evaluated rapidly changing conditions and provided decisive leadership to cultivate effective and well-planned team movements.
Education and Training
: Justice & Law Administration, Expected in
Western Connecticut State University - Danbury, CT

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  • Patrolman First Class
  • Sergeant First Class, Military Police
  • Judicial Marshal / Sergeant
  • Infantry Sergeant
  • Some College (No Degree)