Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 (555) 432-1000,
Professional Summary

Highly experienced Police Lieutenant offering thirty two + years in diverse law enforcement positions. Natural leader with decisive nature, case management skills and courtroom experience. Knowledgeable about collective bargining agreements and PBA relations.

  • Active shooter training
  • Physical restraint
  • Crime Prevention
  • Drug Interdiction
  • Nonlethal force apprehension
  • Performance Appraisals
  • Special Weapons and Tactics Team
  • Personnel supervision
  • Laws and ordinances
  • Budget Management
  • Community Oriented Policing
  • Search and seizure
  • Criminal law
  • Firearms training
  • Criminal investigation
  • Workload balancing
  • Operational Improvement
  • Regulatory Compliance
  • Organization
  • Team Management
  • Supervision
  • Problem Resolution
  • Relationship Development
  • First Aid/CPR/EMT
  • Project Organization
  • Communications
  • Team Building
  • Budgets
  • Collective Bargining
  • Mass Incident Response
  • Incident Command
Work History
12/1987 to Current Police Lieutenant Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center | Belmont, MA,
  • Liaised with local, state and federal regulatory agencies to streamline investigation completion
  • Increased field contacts, vehicle stops, criminal arrests and traffic citation volumes by effectively leading Falls Township Police Department and establishing operational goals
  • Effectively rolled out new systems for criminal prosecutorial case logs, crime reports, investigations, suspect records and operational agendas, resulting in strengthened traceability
  • Managed team of eight employees across Criminal Division, including establishing and enforcing performance policies
  • Managed team of thirty five employees across Patrol Division, including establishing and enforcing performance policies
  • Managed team of six employees across Support Staff, including establishing and enforcing performance policies
  • Delivered expert courtroom testimony to support Twenty criminal cases per twenty five years
  • Supervised crowds at busy events, including community events and tactical call outs to prevent injuries
  • Led shift briefings to inform officers of important considerations such as properties to check and individuals of note in local areas
  • Planned, scheduled and supervised work of 49 subordinates
  • Evaluated case documentation submitted by team members to check accuracy and compliance with department policies aimed at protecting criminal cases
  • Accompanied squad supervisors during shifts to evaluate performance and resolve any incorrect behaviors
  • Dispensed tickets to offenders for such crimes such as traffic violations and public disorder
  • Supervised dozens of criminal investigations each year, specializing in narcotics, homicide, sexual assault, crimes against children, and property crime cases
  • Answered calls from citizens and business owners for help in quality of life situations
  • Engaged with local individuals and community leaders at Coffee with a Cop and Citizen Watch events to discuss ways to reduce crime
  • Wrote informative press releases and conducted press confrences on various media platforms on high profile cases to maximize outreach
  • SWAT Team Commander of mutli-jusisdictional thirty five member team
  • Commander of four member K-9 unit
  • Commander of Department's Mass Incident Response Unit element, county wide team
  • Supervise training of all county drug dogs, thirteen dogs teams, outline training and maintain training records
02/2007 to 07/2009 Police Corporal Mississippi State University (Ms) | Starkville, MS,
  • Collaborated with police officers at crime scenes and during investigations and documented actions, findings and evidence.
  • Mitigated risks by accurately analyzing and evaluating criminal prosecutory information, including complaints, citations and search warrants while processing crime scenes for district attorney and magistrate office case preparation.
  • Supervised crime prevention activities
  • Decreased process gaps by managing and guiding nine patrol officers to promote optimal productivity.
  • Completed investigations successfully by handling subject, target and witness interviews to verify and corroborate facts.
  • Liaised with local, state and federal regulatory agencies to streamline investigation completion.
  • Increased field contacts, vehicle stops, criminal arrests and traffic citation volumes by effectively leading squad of patrol officers and establishing operational goals.
  • Inspected police officers for appearance.
  • Planned, scheduled and supervised work of nine subordinates.
  • COPY Bolstered field contacts, vehicle stops, criminal arrests and traffic citation volumes by successfully managing and monitoring squad of patrol officers and informing them of operational goals.
  • Supported successful investigation completion by interviewing subjects, targets and witnesses for information verification and corroboration.
  • Front line supervisor of three member K-9 unit.
  • Team leader for multi jurisdictional SWAT Team element.
  • Team leader for countywide Mass Incident Response Team.
12/1987 to 07/2007 Patrol Officer Pala Band Of Mission Indians | Pala, CA,
  • Talked regularly with citizens to establish rapport and become familiar presence in area
  • Oversaw security for dozens businesses by monitoring grounds and high visabilty patrols
  • Organized criminal documents such as logs, records, reports and agendas to streamline processing and improve traceability
  • Gathered necessary information for court appearances and testified as witness under oath in court
  • Drafted thousands of reports detailing incidents and safety violations over my time with the department
  • Patrolled designated areas in patrol vehicle and on foot to identify security and safety issues
  • Monitored crowded public areas and events to mitigate risk and promote safety
  • Investigated incidents and crimes, including evidence collection and witness statements
  • Interacted assertively but non-confrontationally with all levels of personnel and general public
  • Adhered to established procedures and posted orders to enforce departmental rules, policies and regulations to general public
  • Prepared regular written logs and incident report at close of each shift for distribution to patrol officer
  • Answered alarms, investigated disturbances and contacted law enforcement personnel to escalate crises
  • Remained flexible in rapidly changing environments and adapted to developing situations
  • Recorded observations and occurrences and interviewed witnesses to complete and submit incident report
  • Responded quickly to emergency situations to assess and deflect issues
  • Gathered information, identified and implemented resolution, planned follow-up and logged and filed incident report to successfully manage complaints
  • Worked independently and collaboratively to resolve urgent issues to protect lives and property
  • Triaged problems quickly, providing precise and clear information while working under minimum supervision
  • Updated shift logs and produced daily reports to document security activities and specific incidents
  • Preformed duties as a K-9 officer
Expected in 06/1983 High School Diploma | BIshop Egan HIgh School, Fairless Hills, PA, GPA:
Expected in 11/1988 | Law Enforcement Pennsylvania State Police Academy, Limerick, PA, GPA:
  • Supervise multi jusidictional SWAT Team with over thirty seven members.
  • Four member departmental K-9 unit.
  • Supervise all training of county drug dogs thriteen teams.
  • Supervise departmental element of county wide Mass Incident Response Team.
  • Numerous departmental commidations and aClaires for valor, life saving, and meritorious service.
  • Only member of department to be aClaireed purple heart aClaire for being shot in the line of duty.
  • AClaireed Officer of the year for Bucks County.
  • AClaireed Philadelphia Citizens Crime Commison officer of the year.
  • American Legion officer of the year aClaire.
  • AClaireed the FOP lodge 53 valor aClaire.

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School Attended

  • BIshop Egan HIgh School
  • Pennsylvania State Police Academy

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  • Police Lieutenant
  • Police Corporal
  • Patrol Officer


  • High School Diploma

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