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

Analytical criminal investigator possessing exceptional writing skills seeking to

Highlights
  • Cognitive behavioral training
  • State and federal legal knowledge
  • Pre-sentence investigations
  • Time management
  • Field experience
  • Problem solving expertise
  • MS Office proficiency
Education
Texas State University San Marcos, TX Expected in 1 2013 M.S : Criminal Justice - GPA : Criminal Justice Examining Project Safe Neighborhood Grant Funding and its Effect on Violent Crime in San Antonio Texas. Major areas of research included crime data statistics specifically violent crime statistics over an eight year period, in San Antonio, Texas and Project Safe Neighborhood grant allocations to the western district of Texas over an eight year period.
Southwest Texas State University San Marcos, TX Expected in 1 2000 B.S : Criminal Justice Psychology - GPA : Deans List Criminal Justice Psychology Deans List
Experience
United States Courts - Probation Officer Assistant
, , 11/2010 - 06/2014
  • Handled the preparation of pre-indictment folders including criminal history interpretation and background requests.
  • Completed pre-sentence investigations and recommendations for the Court, case management of voluminous caseloads and extensive data entry of offender information.
  • Development of time management skills was essential.
  • I demonstrated a proficiency in scheduling of appointments, meetings, deadlines and court proceedings and made myself available to oversee time-sensitive assignments.
  • Accomplishments: Selected to provide training and assistance for Microsoft word.
  • Assisted in the development of word merge application to assist Officers with efficient completion of violation reports.
  • Assisted as a liaison for continued support with Microsoft Word.
  • Developed Microsoft Word documents to be used in district court for misdemeanor cases upon receiving probation.
  • Recognized by management as being able to establish and maintain positive working relationships with court staff, defense attorneys, Judges, Federal Prosecutors, San Antonio Police Department, Drug Enforcement Administration agents, Federal Bureau of Investigations agents, Alcohol Tobacco Firearms agents, Department of Homeland Security and numerous county agencies.
  • Selected through competitive application to represent the San Antonio division as part of the districts Probation Officer Assistant Committee.
  • Selected through competitive application to represent the San Antonio division as part the districts Wellness Cadre.
  • Assisted in the development of Adobe Acrobat applications to be used to expedite pre-indictment process.
  • Held security clearance in order to maintain certification through JABS, NCIC, TCIC and ATLAS.
  • Maintained controlled of high profile criminal cases prior to sentencing by the Court.

Created, organized and maintained files, daily case notes and electronic databases.Referred offenders to appropriate community agencies to complete services in compliance with court orders.Reported violations of supervision conditions to the State’s Attorney’s office.Answered phone calls concerning clients, handled complaints and responded to requests for information.Maintained positive relationships with offenders and their families through weekly visits.Supervised adult offenders to monitor compliance with court ordered conditions.Counseled and assisted offenders in adjusting to the community.Completed statistical analysis by developing, updating and maintaining statistical and related records and reports.Recommended probation conditions to the court, including drug treatment, vocational rehabilitation and mental health programs.Offered transitional services for program offenders, including referral to appropriate community agencies and organizations.

State Of Nebraska - Adult Supervision Officer
Maywood, NE, 01/2003 - 01/2010
  • Provided various social services to persons in need, arranged and oversaw the care and treatment of a diverse class of persons.
  • Worked with offenders with dual diagnosis of mental health issues and substance abuse issues, and participated in their comprehensive treatment.
  • I have worked closely with referral agencies both on an inpatient and outpatient basis to obtain the appropriate placement and treatment for individuals.
  • Facilitated and was an administrator for several offender programs as well as the administrator for a county court.
  • Accomplishments: Selected by office management to assist in the implementation the first Drug Court in Guadalupe County.
  • Aided in the development of Guadalupe County's first Adult Drug Court and served as a Drug Court Officer.
  • Including the development of the Policy and Procedures Manual, Participant Handbook, and Phase criteria).
  • Completed research, and prepared a proposal as part of the 2008 and 2010 Community Justice Plan for the purpose of obtaining grants from Alamo Area Council of Governments.
  • The 2008 proposal was successful and $150, 000 in funding was awarded for Guadalupe County Drug Courts.
  • Selected to represent the department as the County Court at Law Coordinator.
  • In this position I was tasked with training other officers in the procedures of County Court and supervising officers while in County Court.
  • I maintained, developed and updated word documents used in County Court to process offenders receiving probated sentences.
  • Administrator and facilitator of offender classroom instructional programs.
  • These programs included the development of power point and visual presentation for instruction purposes.
St Jude's Ranch For Children - Transitional Living Trainer
City, STATE, 01/2001 - 01/2002
  • Taught independent living skills to teenage girls ages 13 through 18.
  • Conducted bi-weekly trainings including, budgeting and post-secondary education.
  • Weekly participated in community service at homeless shelter.
  • Prepared transportation schedules and maintained living quarters with all household necessities.
State Of Texas - Parole Officer
City, STATE, 01/2000 - 01/2001
  • Case management of approximately 75 offenders.
  • Weekly; referred offenders to various community programs including substance abuse treatment, housing, psychological evaluations, parenting classes and monitored those referrals for progress.
  • Monthly; scheduled home and office visits for all minimum, medium and maximum-level offenders.
Skills
Adobe Acrobat, budgeting, bi, competitive, Council, data entry, diagnosis, grants, instruction, interpretation, Law, meetings, mental health, office, power point, word, Microsoft Word, office management, Police, progress, proposal, receiving, research, San, scheduling, security clearance, statistics, supervising, time management, transportation

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School Attended

  • Texas State University
  • Southwest Texas State University

Job Titles Held:

  • Probation Officer Assistant
  • Adult Supervision Officer
  • Transitional Living Trainer
  • Parole Officer

Degrees

  • M.S
  • B.S

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