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Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
  • H: (555) 432-1000
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  • Date of Birth:
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Police Lieutenant with 28 years in law enforcement, including unit command,  first line supervision, school safety, undercover narcotics task force, crime scene investigation, and community policing.  Seeking police executive position. Willing to relocate.
Police Lieutenant, 07/2008 to Current
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Burlington, MA,
  • Supervise Detectives, D.A.R.E.officer and Youth Officers.
  • Conduct internal affairs and professional standards investigations.
  • Case assignment and distribution within investigative unit.
  • Collaborate with Prosecutors Office in case preparation and presentation for trial.
  • Supervise property division inventory and property clerk.
  • Recruit and hire new staff.
  • Coordinate and participate in oral boards for entry level police candidates.
  • Participate in promotional exams, oral boards and assessment centers for neighboring police departments.
  • Conduct comprehensive background investigations for civilian, dispatch, & uniform division candidates.
  • Oversee 25 to 50 background investigations per year.
  • Manage budget for Investigative Services Unit, controlling expenditures within budgetary and contractual constraints.
  • Oversee community policing and crime prevention programs which includes the Citizens Police Academy, DEA drug take-back, D.A.R.E., car seat program and town building safety-assessment program.
  • Participate in New Haven County Investigative Services Commander monthly meeting for collaboration of efforts and sharing of intelligence and information with area Lieutenants.
  • Compile and analyze town-wide crime statistics.
  • Create and implement strike plans for commercial labor disputes.
  • Emergency Operations Center command staff.
  • Mentor newly promoted department command staff.
  • Enforce data-driven police initiatives.
  • Commander of regional school lock-down/safety drills planning and execution.
  • Collaborate with local and regional school Superintendents and Boards of Education.
  • Participate in community relationships with civic and religious organizations.
Police Patrol Division Lieutenant, 05/2007 to 07/2008
Bickford Senior Living Olathe, KS,
  • Patrol shift commander of day, evening and midnight patrol and dispatch staff.
  • Commander of Communications: Police/Fire/EMS dispatch for routine and emergency calls.
  • Scheduling of weekly & daily patrol staff assignments.
  • Monthly evaluations of patrol staff.
  • Mentor and lead patrol staff on assigned shift.
  • Daily roll call and briefings with patrol staff.
  • Maintain integrity of department equipment and property.
  • Media relations in absence of Public Information Officer.
  • Supervise building and police property security.
  • Departmental form division manager.
  • Maintain facility safety.
Patrol Division Sergeant, 03/2004 to 05/2007
Pala Band Of Mission Indians Pala, CA,
  • First Line Road supervisor for day, evening and night patrol and dispatch staff.
  • Oversee daily patrol operations for assigned shift.
  • Implement daily operation plan and objectives based on current community needs.
Investigative Officer, 07/1998 to 03/2004
Orange Police Department City, STATE,
  • Case officer for investigations including: homicide, assault, financial crimes, larceny, sexual assault, robbery, burglary, arson, bomb threats, white-collar crime, missing persons.
  • Proficient in crime scene photography and video, evidence processing and recovery, witness interview, suspect interview and interrogation.
  • Prepared cases for court and trial.
  • Experienced in trial testimony for court cases Statewide Narcotics Task Force-Detective South Central Branch, Connecticut State Police.
, 06/1996 to 07/1998
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  • Undercover officer and case officer for Federal and State of Connecticut collaborative task force.
  • Evidence Officer responsibilities including photograph, collection and cataloging of evidence.
  • Case Preparation for Narcotics Task Force arrests.
  • Trial Preparation and Testimony for Federal, State and Local cases.
  • Wiretap investigations.
Patrol Officer, 02/1989 to 06/1996
  • Case officer for criminal investigations, motor vehicle law enforcement, motor vehicle accidents, narcotics investigations and enforcement.
  • Proactive police interventions such as building checks, motor vehicle stops and motor vehicle law enforcement.
  • First responder for medical emergencies.
  • Local crime prevention and community police practices.
  • DUI road blocks.
Special Training
  • Police Officer Standards Training (POST): Basic Crime Scene Processing, Intermediate Crime Scene Processing, Interview and Interrogation Training, First Line Supervisor Training.
  • Connecticut Fire Marshals Association: Advanced Arson Training.
  • FBI LEEDS: Internal Investigation Training, New England Law Enforcement Executive Development.
  • Department of Homeland Security: National Incident Command System Training, Incident Command System.
  • Police Executive Research Forum (PERF): Police Leadership Training Certifications.
  • Police Officer Standards and Training Council Certification.
  • CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer.
  • Emergency Medical Responder (EMR).
Bachelor of Arts: Public Safety Administration, Expected in
Charter Oak State College - ,
Public Safety Administration
: , Expected in
FBI National Academy - ,
248th session Quantico, Virginia

: New England Chiefs of Police Association - Command College Training, Expected in
Roger Williams University Criminal Justice Institute - Bristol, Rhode Island
: , Expected in
Southern Connecticut State University - New Haven, Connecticut
  • Interview & Interrogation
  • Internal Investigations
  • Oral Board Interviews 
  • Graduate of FBI National Academy
  • Unit Commander
  • School Safety
Professional Affiliations
  • FBI-Law Enforcement Executive Development Association (LEEDA)
  • FBI National Academy Association
  • Orange Police Benevolent Association member  
  • Orange Police Benevolent Association Executive Director
  • Orange Police Benevolent Association Vice President *
  • Orange Police Benevolent Association President 
  • Town of Orange Memorial Day Parade Committee member  
  • Orange Police Department Liaison with area Domestic Violence group
  • Connecticut Terrorism Information Center (CTIC) Liaison
  • Connecticut Sex Offender Registry Liaison
  • Orange Board of Education School Security Committee 
Microsoft Office, CAD (Computer Aided Dispatch), Oral Board Interviews,  Media Relations, Medical Emergencies/RMS, Office, Crime Scene Photography, Scheduling,  Staff Supervisor, Crime Scene Video, Audio/Video Surveillance System downloading and processing

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  • Charter Oak State College
  • FBI National Academy
  • Roger Williams University Criminal Justice Institute
  • Southern Connecticut State University
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  • Police Lieutenant
  • Police Patrol Division Lieutenant
  • Patrol Division Sergeant
  • Investigative Officer
  • Patrol Officer
  • Bachelor of Arts

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