reserve police officer resume example with 20+ years of experience

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

Methodical Police officer with 30 years' experience in enforcing state and federal laws and city codes according to departmental policies, procedures and regulations. Proven skills in verbal and communicating with excellent problem-solving capabilities. Skilled at investigating crimes and accidents while identifying and preserving evidence. Eager to apply abilities to dynamic new position. Several years before working the domestic violence unit. I have worked at the courthouse and have a good report with judges and the judicial staff. Enthusiastic individual eager to contribute to team success through hard work, attention to detail and excellent organizational skills. Clear understanding of my job and my training in law enforcement. Motivated to learn, grow and excel in the schoolboard family.

  • Public relations understanding
  • Court testimony
  • Computer skills
  • Responsible
  • Customer Service
  • Verbal and written communication
  • Excellent work ethic
  • Compassion
  • Organization and Time management
  • Written Communication
  • Multitasking abilities
  • Interpersonal Communication
  • Conflict resolution techniques
  • Speak spanish
Work History
03/20 to Current Reserve Police Officer City Of Hillsboro, Or | OR, State,

I am currently Working reserve for Miami Dade Police Department in

the Domestics Violent Order Court unit, in which I retired from. I work Twice a month.

10/2000 to 03/2020 Police Officer City Of Brentwood | Brentwood, CA,
  • Apprehended suspects, read Miranda Rights and transported offenders to jail.
  • Actively patrolled assigned areas to prevent and detect roadway crimes.
  • Enforced traffic laws and ordinances through visual observation and radar speed detection.
  • Sorted, organized and eliminated tips on daily basis to keep open investigations moving forward.
  • Talked regularly with citizens to establish rapport and become familiar presence in area.
  • Checked all vehicle equipment for proper functioning prior to use.
  • Investigated and reported crimes, accidents, offenses and damage to property.
  • Answered calls from citizens and business owners for help in districts and deal with situations and emergencies.
  • Determined appropriate course of criminal prosecution by analyzing and evaluating information, including descretion and information.
  • Secured crime scenes, gathered evidence and questioned witnesses.
  • Conducted thorough investigations of serious injury and fatality traffic accidents.
  • Validated evidence for admissibility and preserved evidence to be utilized court hearings.
  • Built excellent rapport and working relationship with my squad and supervisor's, to build trust and improve upon communication.
  • Handled citation and traffic violation paperwork.
  • Supervised crowds at busy events, including Martin Luther King Parade and Urban Fest (Miami Beach) to prevent injuries.
  • Responded quickly to suspected bomb threats and evacuated buildings to search for explosive devices.
10/1988 to 10/2000 Correction Officer County Of Racine, Wisconsin | Racine, WI,
  • Arranged daily schedules for prisoners, including library visits, work assignments, family visits and counseling appointments.
  • Drove passenger vehicles and trucks to transport inmates to other institutions, courtrooms, hospitals and work sites.
  • Streamlined operational efficiencies by effectively maintaining daily shift activity logs.
  • Maintained safety and security of staff and public by applying defensive techniques and physical restraints.
  • Mitigated risks and emergency response delays by monitoring weapon inventory controls.
  • Enforced regulatory compliance while managing visual inspections, work crew accountability, illegal substance checks, alcohol sensor testing and gate-locking procedures.
  • Effectively interacted with staff, offenders, visitors and public to maintain security within facility.
  • Patrolled Metro West facility and work areas to complete headcounts of inmates.
  • Inspected condition of locks, window bars, doors and gates to prevent prisoner escapes.
  • Received and processed inmates into custody of institution by searching prisoners and taking charge of personal property.
  • Routinely counted inmates and in response to potential security breaches.
  • Monitored radio transmissions between staff to respond immediately to directions and emergencies.
  • Reduced escape attempts, crimes and other hazardous activity through close observation and situational awareness.
  • Authored incident reports for management on violations and discrepancies.
  • Conducted pat downs and strip searches of inmates and visitors to prevent contraband from entering facility.
  • Oversaw and maintained custody of 64 inmates in mimimum security.
Expected in 05/2001 to to | Police Certification Miami Police Institute, Doral, FL, GPA:
Expected in 02/1989 to to | Correction Officer Certification Correction Officer Training, Miami Dade, GPA:
Expected in 05/1986 to to High School Diploma | Miami Senior High School, Miami, FL GPA:

Executive Board of Dade County Police Benevolent

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School Attended

  • Miami Police Institute
  • Correction Officer Training
  • Miami Senior High School

Job Titles Held:

  • Reserve Police Officer
  • Police Officer
  • Correction Officer


  • High School Diploma

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