Three and a half years experience as a law enforcement officer in the patrol division with the West Valley City Police Department. Dedicated to protecting life and property by providing public safety and enforcing the laws and city ordinances to the best of my ability. I have experience and knowledge in traffic accident investigations, drug investigations , domestic violence crimes, and firearms crimes. I have experience in advanced investigations such as sex crimes, kidnapping crimes, missing persons, aggravated assaults, and multiple homicide and death investigations, as well as report wiring experience. I have experience conducting background investigations on applicants for the police department.
Search and seizure laws familiarity
P.I.T training (Utah certified)
Evidence collection protocol
Defensive tactics training
Crisis intervention and deescalation
Pursuit training (Utah Certified)
Knowledge of criminal code
De-escalation and people skills (C.I.T Certified)
Emergency vehicle operations
Active shooter training
I am currently assigned to the patrol division of the West Valley City Police Department. My duties are to provide public safety by enforcing the laws, traffic laws, and city ordinances. I respond to calls for service which range from motorist assists to shootings. When not responding to calls I conduct pro-active enforcements such as patrolling businesses and parks after hours. I also document my actions in reports, attend trainings, and court.
My duties as an alarm company dispatcher were to monitor live camera feeds as well as multiple computers and screens. When an alarm would come in to the dispatch center, it was my responsibility to quickly and efficiently determine what kind of alarm it was, as well as the address it was occurring. I then would determine what the proper authorities that would need to be contacted. This ranged from contacting the account holder or police and fire personnel.
My duties as a stocker in the mornings were to unload the trucks as they would arrive with the groceries. Once the trucks were unloaded I would then take the groceries and stock them on the shelves in the proper location and aisle. At night I would then build displays which ranged form chips, bags of flour, and coke products. I would also check the shelves frequently to ensure all the items were adequately stocked at all times.
I first began at this company where my duties were to listen to the customers order of the concessions and serve them while also using the cash register to complete there purchase. This included handling money, using customer service skills, as well as using my knowledge of how to safely handle, prepare, and serve food. This knowledge was obtained with the information needed to obtain my food handlers permit.
After a short few months I was promoted to the usher position. My job duties as an usher were to stand at the podium where I would tear the tickets of the customer and direct them to their proper theater. It was also my responsibility to clean the movie auditoriums when the shows were over.
I attended Roy High School for my three year high school career. In my senior year 2013, my attendance dropped, as I would stay home to assist in the taking care of a terminally ill parent. Due to this I did not graduate from Roy High School. I later obtained my Diploma from Penn Foster. I started over with all my credits, and obtained my diploma in three months while working 16 hours every day.
I started out attending the police academy part time and Weber State University. I did Part time so I could work full time at Denco Security and attend the Police Academy at night. I obtained my SFO and BCO certifications from the Weber State Police Academy. I was then hired by the West Valley City Police Department, where they paid for me to attend P.O.S.T in Sandy City, full-time where I obtained my LEO certification.
I attended the Salt Lake County Metro week long C.I.T academy. This academy was designed to better help law enforcement officers interact with the mentally ill. I passed this academy and graduated with a certificate.
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