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

Reliable employee with 5-year background in Public Servant type roles. Officially certified to carry and operate firearms and enforce State and Federal Laws. Adept at performing all assigned duties, in a safe and time efficient manner. Reliable and attentive with sound judgment and reasoned thinking in dynamic and high-pressure situations.

  • Written and Verbal Communication
  • Detail Oriented
  • Self-motivated professional
  • Multitasking abilities
  • Ability to plan and coordinate for time efficiency
  • Ability to work well with others
  • Ability to work well under stress
  • Ability to adapt to change and improvise
  • Ability to work without constant supervision
  • Strong work ethic
  • Dedicated employee
  • Ability to learn quickly
Work History
Public Safety Officer (FF & Police Officer), 04/XXX6 to Current
Morganton Department Of Public SafetyCity, STATE,
  • Patrolled assigned district to deter and take reports of criminal activity.
  • Was very proactive in ensuring the safety of the public, as well as preventing property from being stolen or damaged.
  • Attended numerous trainings on various subjects to better myself and the department by increasing my expertise and job knowledge.
  • Enforced Federal and State Laws, as well as Local Ordinances.
  • Remained up to date on all certifications on both the Law Enforcement and the Firefighter side.
  • Presented refreshers on various departmental policies during shift briefings.
  • Assisted other officers and firefighters in accomplishing tasks at hand.
  • Promoted safe driving conditions by quickly identifying and removing disabled vehicles and debris from roadways.
  • Supervised large crowds at busy events, including the Historic Morganton Festival and the annual parade to maintain order and prevent injury.
  • Displayed courage, fairness, honesty,and integrity on a daily basis, both while on and off duty.
  • Prepared documents for my court cases.
  • Maintained a professional departmental image and work attitude in highly agitated situations, on multiple occasions
  • Responded and volunteered to come into work on scheduled days off.
Courtesy Clerk / Produce Assistant, 06/XXX2 to 02/XXX6
  • Assisted other team members with checking the customer(s) out, and making the process quicker.
  • Efficiently and quickly bagged customers items, while separating non-edible items from edible.
  • Insured that produce was stocked in the proper requested order
  • Insured that produce was fresh.
  • Managed stocked items, keeping them fresh and their storage area clean.
  • Maintained a clean work area and sales floor.
  • Assisted in setting up seasonal displays.
  • Prepared and packaged various fruits and vegetables for the sales floor.
Trainer / Cashier, 04/XXX1 to 06/XXX2
Bone Breaker GymCity, STATE,
  • Maintained a clean check in area, as well as a clean area for working out.
  • Trained children the basics of self defense in the form of kickboxing.
  • Handled monetary transactions to include customers purchasing items and memberships.
  • Utilized social media to help promote the gym, with the goal of bringing in new members.
  • Attended work events with other team members, outside of typical work hours, to increase camaraderie and workplace relations.
Associate of Applied Science: Criminal Justice, Expected in 08/XXX5
Western Piedmont Community College - Morganton, NC
High School Diploma: , Expected in 06/XXX3
Robert L. Patton High School - Morganton, NC
  • Associates Degree in Criminal Justice
  • Completed Basic Law Enforcement Training (* Hours)
  • Successfully completed Departmental Field Training Program (4 months)
  • Completed Fire Training Academy (4 months, * Hours)
  • Firefighter I & II

(Successfully completed )

  • PSO I

(Certified as RADAR Operator, Intoximeter EC/IR II Operator, and successfully completed Police Law Institute)

  • Average grade of "Very Good" on last * End of Year Appraisals

Have and hold certifications for or have successfully completed training for all of the following:

  • Firearms Training and Qualification (38 total hrs, yearly)
  • Mental Health Training for LEO (4 hrs)
  • Departmental Driver's Training (38 total hrs)
  • CPR Training (4 hrs, every 2 years)
  • Crowd Management Training (1 hr)
  • Rifle Training (4 hrs, Firearms)
  • First Aid (4 hrs)
  • N.C. Firearms Laws (2 hrs)
  • Legal Updates (21 total hrs, periodically)
  • Recovery/Preservation of Mobile Electronic Devices (2 hrs)
  • Juvenile Minority Sensitivity Training: The Color of Justice (2 hrs)
  • Body Worn Cameras/Video Evidence (2 hrs)
  • LEO Intelligence Update (10 total hrs, periodically)
  • Leadership: Modeling Appropriate Behavior (2 hrs)
  • Human Trafficking Awareness (2 hr)
  • Blood Born Pathogens (10 total hours, periodically)
  • Taser Certification (6 hrs)
  • OC Aerosol Projectors (4 hrs)
  • Improving Decision Making Skills (4 hrs)
  • Positively Impacting Today's Youth (2 hrs)
  • Forensic Advantage Training (2 hrs)
  • Suicide Prevention for LEO (2 hrs)
  • Narcotics Identification for Patrol Officers (2 hrs)
  • Protecting Victims of Domestic Violence (4 hrs)
  • Fentanyl Exposure for Emergency Responders (.5 hrs)
  • Hazardous Materials (12 total hrs, yearly)
  • Combat Training (1 hr)
  • Equality in Policing (4 hrs)
  • Improving LEO Interactions with Minority Youth (2 hrs)
  • Department Policy Overview: Political Activity (.25 hrs)
  • LEO Safety Surviving Planned Attacks (4 hrs)
  • Communication/Deescalation Skills w/ Person in Crisis (4 hrs)
  • Intoxilyzer: Intoximeter EC/IR II (40 hrs)
  • Hemp Flower (.25 hrs)
  • Leadership through Community Partnership (2 hrs)
  • LEO Best Practices During Community Dissent (2 hrs)
  • Juvenile Law Update (2 hrs)
  • LEO Wellness: Coping with Stress and PTSD (2 hrs)
  • Opioid Awareness and Response (2 hrs)
  • Domestic Violence Law and Procedure Update (2 hrs)
  • LEO Intelligence Update Gangs and Divisive Groups (2 hrs)
  • Leadership and Professional Development (4 hrs)
  • Crisis Intervention Training: Mental Health (40 hrs)
  • Detectachem Mobile Drug Test Kits (.25 hrs)
  • Armed/Unarmed Security Roles and Authority (2 hrs)
  • Career Survival: Trainings and Standards Issues (2 hrs)
  • Suicide Prevention, Education, and Awareness (2hrs)
  • Long Term Effects of Childhood Adversity (2 hrs)
  • Law Enforcement Threat Assessment (4 hrs)
  • Intoxilyzer Intoximeter EC/IR II Recertification (8hrs)
  • Communication Strategies with Deaf or HOH (2 hrs)
  • Taser Refresher (2 hrs total, periodically)
  • BRAZOS citation Introduction (.75 hrs)
  • School Safety and Responding to School Incidents (4 hrs)
  • Physical/Mental Wellness: Plan for Improvement (2 hrs)
  • Roadside Assisting by LEO to win Hearts and Minds (1 hr)

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School Attended

  • Western Piedmont Community College
  • Robert L. Patton High School

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  • Public Safety Officer (FF & Police Officer)
  • Courtesy Clerk / Produce Assistant
  • Trainer / Cashier


  • Associate of Applied Science
  • High School Diploma

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