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

Highly experienced Lieutenant offering 23+ years in diverse law enforcement positions. Natural leader with decisive nature, case management skills and courtroom experience. Knowledgeable about the City of Roma and area population groups.

Smoothly direct, discipline and motivate law enforcement professionals to maximize safety, security and service of local residents. Observe field operations to enhance behaviors and eliminate protocol issues. Good relationship-building, communication and conflict management skills.

Proven leader who has held various positions of responsibility throughout career.

Chosen as column leader in Basic training.

Attained the high rank of E-5 in four years based on knowledge and ability while in the fleet.

Chosen to be the Sergeant at Arms for the Police Academy Class during Basic Peace Officer training.

Attained the rank of Sergeant at Sheriff's Office in less than a year.

As a Roma Police Officer, quickly rose to investigator in four years then

Task Force Commander.

Attained the rank of Detective Sergeant then Lieutenant.

Have served in a supervisory position with the City of Roma for 18+ years.

  • Laws and ordinances
  • Drug Interdiction
  • Nonlethal force apprehension
  • Special Weapons and Tactics Team
  • Personnel supervision
  • Active shooter training
  • Search and seizure
  • Criminal investigation
  • Budget Management
  • Criminal law
  • Firearms training
  • Microsoft Office
  • Performance Appraisals
Work History
Police Lieutenant, 01/1999 to Current
City Of BoiseBoise, ID,
  • Oversaw more than 15 criminal investigations each year, specializing in assaultive felonies and sexual abuse of children cases.
  • Managed team of 4 employees across criminal investigative division, including establishing and enforcing performance policies.
  • Led shift briefings to inform officers of important considerations such as properties to check and individuals of note in local areas.
  • Delivered expert courtroom testimony to support 3 to 4 criminal cases per year.
  • Evaluated case documentation submitted by team members to check accuracy and compliance with department policies aimed at protecting criminal cases.
  • Accompanied patrol during shifts to evaluate performance and resolve any incorrect behaviors.
  • Educated staff members on proper field procedures to boost public trust in officers and efficiency
  • Developed, implemented and controlled emergency response training, drills and overall plans.
  • Investigated stolen property cases and performed searched of residents and property.
Corrections Sergeant, 05/1997 to 01/1999
Jackson CountyGrain Valley, MO,
  • Supervised dining hall, outdoor recreation area, and inmate housing unit.
  • Verified all prison visitors carried proper identification and had no contraband before entering institution.
  • Coordinated responses to emergency situations arising in different prison locations.
  • Completed daily work report sheets and delegated tasks to employees.
  • Checked all book in and discharges, making sure all charges have paperwork and all discharges have orders of discharge.
  • Handled inmate counts and searches for missing inmates.
  • Inspected housing cells and directed teams completing in-depth searches for contraband or damage.
  • Supervised 10 employees and performance of tasks and managed 80 offenders.
  • Performed duties in accordance with all applicable standards, policies and regulatory guidelines to promote safe working environment.
  • Participated in continuous improvement by generating suggestions, engaging in problem-solving activities to support teamwork.
Damage Control Petty Officer, 08/1992 to 08/1996
United States NavyCity, STATE,
  • Second Class Petty Officer (E-5) non commissioned officer
  • In charge of ship's main repair locker
  • Oversaw teams planning, implementing and realigning field and base operational strategies.
  • Handled administrative requirements smoothly and efficiently, including maintaining records and submitting daily reports.
  • Prepared and delivered investigative reports and briefings.
  • Ordered, unloaded, sorted and tracked supplies and equipment needed for unit activities.
  • Created plans and communicated deadlines to ensure projects were completed on time.
  • Identified issues, analyzed information and provided solutions to problems.
  • Prepared variety of different written communications, reports and documents to ensure smooth operations.
  • Provided training to other sailors in field of firefighting and ship survivability
  • Asked with responding in event of chemical, biological or radiological attack to ship
  • Participated in ship's self defense force to repel invaders
  • Reached position of Ship Fire Marshal responsible for crew and ship during repairs.
High School Diploma: , Expected in 05/1992
Roma High School - Roma, TX
  • Master Peace Officer
  • Firearms Instructor
  • Police Instructor
  • Tactical operations leader
  • Emergency management Annex leader

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