Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Professional Summary
Forty years of responsible law enforcement experience, covering College Campus Public Safety, NYSP Uniformed Trooper, Supervisor of a NYSP Troop Crime Scene processing unit, Administrative Supervisor of nine State Police regional Crime Scene units, Prosecution Investigations and Instructor of Police Academy trainees and in service personnel on topics such as; firearms, use of deadly force, penal law, criminal procedure law, crime scene processing, evidence handling, and court testimony. A dedicated individual focused on keeping the general public safe and assisting fellow employees, superiors and community leaders.
  • Ethical and honest
  • Calm in crisis situations
  • Emergency safety plans
  • Dependable and Conscientious
  • Interviewing
  • Crime scene photography
  • Detailed report writing
  • Forensic science
  • Covert investigations
  • Reliable
  • Reasonable Resoluting
Work History
Police Academy Instructor (Part Time), 08/2003 to 06/2013
HoneywellRoseville, CA,

Conduct instruction on topics for Police cadets in an Academy setting, as per NYS Division of Criminal Justice Services, Bureau of Municipal Police curriculum.
Prepare lesson plans and power point presentations and other teaching aids for all subjects instructed.
Prepare and administer the appropriate written examinations to the students.

Confidential Senior Investigator, 11/2002 to 06/2013
Johns Hopkins UniversityBaltimore, MD,
Conduct Proactive and Reactive Criminal Investigations as assigned by the District Attorney and Assistant District Attorneys.
Secure and Maintain all evidence used for trial prosecutions through a developed computer program.
Help Assistant District Attorneys with logistics of trial proceedings, including witness and victim interviews and written statement preparation.
Conduct biannual firearm qualifications for Investigations Bureau personnel.
Senior Investigator, 01/1978 to 11/2002
New York State Police Troop "F" Headquarters, Bureau Of Criminal Investigation New York State Police Forensic Investigation CenterCity, STATE,
First Line supervisor on call 24 hours, 7 days a week, responsible for day to day administrative and operational activities of Troop "F" Forensic Investigations Unit. Supervised six Forensic Investigators and nine Uniform Troopers conducting Major Crime scene processing encompassing five counties within the Troop region. Perform case review, schedule personnel, ensure timely submission of reports, conduct monthly equipment inspections, prepare unit budget requests, and conduct yearly personnel evaluations. Maintain inventory of supplies and purchase necessary equipment. Provide training and professional development of unit members and outside law enforcement agencies.
FIC, Albany, N.Y.-Assist Technical Lieutenant in the supervision of all Troop Forensic Investigations Units, including evaluating and purchasing new equipment, develop and implement training for troop members, prepare and distribute monthly field activity reports, implementation of new procedures and/or systems. Conduct latent print development analysis, including comparisons and court testimony.
Campus Security Officer II, 02/1973 to 01/1978
State University Of New York @ FarmingdaleCity, STATE,

Second Line Supervisor, Sergeant - 3pm - 11pm shift. Directed Campus Security Officers and parking lot attendants. Maintained Security and Safety upon the college campus and dormitories. Security Orientation of new students. Enforced Campus and New York State laws, and regulations.

Associate of Applied Science: Police Science, Expected in May 1973
State University of New York - Farmingdale, N.Y.
  • Law Enforcement and Justice Administration coursework
  • Criminal Law, Criminology and Penology coursework
: Basic Course for Police Officers, Expected in July 1978
New York State Police Academy - Albany, N.Y.
  • Implemented a county wide Property and Evidence computer tracking program that allows twenty law enforcement agencies, the county laboratory, and the District Attorney's Office to work together to make laboratory submissions, solve numerous crimes, maintain and secure evidence throughout the county expeditiously.
  • Maintained a favorable closed case percentage of 92% on Major cases investigated.
  • Coauthored the New York State Police Crime Scene Procedures Manual while assigned to the NYSP Laboratory
  • 1996 Police Chief's Association of Ulster County      Meritorious Police Investigation Service  
  • 1999 New York State Police Troop "F"                                    Investigator of the year
  • 2007 & 2009 Onondaga County District Attorney's                  Investigator of the year
Certified Firearms Instructor; New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services, Albany, N.Y. Expires 5/2014
Certified General Topics Law Enforcement Instructor; New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services, Albany, N.Y. Expires 5/2014

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