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Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary

Fifteen -year veteran probation officer with extensive experience in location monitoring and managing caseloads including sex offense, drug trafficking and fraud. Chairperson of the District's Location Monitoring Program. Developer of the Location Monitoring Intake and Location Monitoring Assessment chrono to enhance the officer's knowledge of the required steps during a location monitoring intake and installation . Goal-oriented, adaptable and focused with a commitment to effectiveness, and making sound, educated decisions. Creative and practical problem solver.

Skills
  • Crisis intervention techniques
  • Risk and needs assessments
  • Court procedures
  • Exceptional communicator
  • Training and mentoring
  • Home inspections
  • Case management
  • Interdepartmental collaboration
Work History
Senior U.S. Probation Officer-Location Monitoring , 01/2017 to Current
United States CourtsGainesville, GA,
  • Supervising Pretrial Defendants who has been placed in the location monitoring program as a condition of release. Developing policies and procedures for The Eastern District of Virginia as to the supervision of location monitoring cases, including training practices, managing caseloads, establishing location monitoring backups and weekend coverage, alert response protocol, and identifying appropriate defendant/offenders for location monitoring.
  • Utilized knowledge of investigative techniques and skills to conduct investigations for U.S. Magistrate and U.S. District Court Judges. This involved interviewing defendants and offenders, their families and significant others, and other collateral sources. Conducted investigations regarding employment, sources of income, and assessed risk to the community and compliance with the Orders of the Court .
  • Completed intakes, location monitoring installs, and referrals for substance abuse mental health services. Supervised offenders on federal pretrial release.
  • Interpreted the application of policies, procedures and statutes having utilized Federal Rules of Criminal Procedures, U.S. Sentencing Guidelines Manual, and U.S, Probation and U.S. Pretrial Monographs and case law. Utilized National Criminal Information Network (NCIC), Virginia Criminal Information Network (VCIN) and other local databases to conduct criminal record checks. Computed sentencing guidelines. Prepared bail, and presentence, reports and recommendations to the Court.
  • Utilized strong interpersonal skills to communicate with defendants and offenders, their families and other stakeholders. Organized and prioritized work schedule with proven ability to work under pressure and with short deadlines to compile and summarize information for reports. Testified in Court regarding factual findings and sentencing and revocation guidelines.
  • Completed annual training and certification in Officer Response Tactics, Use of Force, and Firearms training .
  • Conducting annual officer training for location monitoring initiation, set-up, district policies/protocols, and monitoring.
  • Location Monitoring Chairperson for the Eastern District of Virginia.
United States Probation Officer, 10/2006 to Current
United States Probation And Pretrial ServicesCity, STATE,
  • Utilized knowledge of investigative techniques and skills to conduct investigations for U.S. Magistrate and U.S. District Court Judges for Alexandria and Richmond Divisions. This involved interviewing defendants and offenders, their families and significant others, and other collateral sources. Conducted investigations regarding employment, sources of income, and assessed risk to and compliance with Orders of the Court or U.S. Parole Commission.
  • Completed intakes and referrals for substance abuse mental health services. Supervised offenders on federal supervised release , probation, parole. Interpreted application of policies, procedures and statutes having utilized Federal Rules of Criminal Procedures, U.S. Sentencing Guidelines Manual, and U.S, Probation and U.S. Pretrial Monographs and case law. Utilized National Criminal Information Network (NCIC), Virginia Criminal Information Network (VCIN) and other local databases to conduct criminal record checks. Computed sentencing guidelines. Prepared presentence, and supervised release reports and recommendations to Courts or U.S. Parole Commission.
  • Utilized strong interpersonal skills and Staff Training Aimed and Reducing Recidivism (STARR) to communicate with defendants and offenders, their families and other stakeholders. Organized and prioritized work schedule with proven ability to work under pressure and with short deadlines to compile and summarize information for reports. Testified in Court regarding factual findings and sentencing and revocation guidelines
  • Completed annual training and certification in Officer Response Tactics, Use of Force, and Firearms training .
Intensive Supervision Officer, 04/2003 to 10/2006
Virginia Department Of CorrectionsCity, STATE,

As the Intensive Officer, I supervised a caseload of defendants with mental health and severe substance abuse impairments.

  • Conducted pre-sentence investigations by doing in-depth research and compiling police reports
  • Supervised high risk offenders with significant mental health and substance abuse disorders
  • Conducted home contacts to ensure compliance with orders of the court
  • Prepared violation memorandums to the Court addressing non-compliance with special conditions ordered .
  • Assessed and referred offenders for the Detention and Diversion Programs offered by Virginia Department of Corrections.
Correctional Institutional Counselor, 09/2000 to 04/2003
Virginia Department Of CorrectionsCity, STATE,
  • Employed as a Counselor first for inmates housed at Fluvanna Correctional Center for Women which is maximum security facility for women. that were housed at this State Facility.
  • Served as a Counselor for those women who were housed in the Medical and Mental Health Unit.
  • Completed case plans
  • Reviewed treatment plans
  • Assisted in release planning
  • Assisted inmates with applying for SSI Disability.
Education
Bachelor of Science: Psychology, Expected in 08/2000 to Virginia Commonwealth University - Richmond, VA
GPA:
Accomplishments

Sex Offender Team

Stress First Aid (SFA)

Diversity and Inclusion Committee

Wellness Committee- 2020

Military Parole Board Liaison

STARR Coach

Administrative Office 40-hour leadership program

Computer monitoring

Member of the Administrative Office for the U.S. Courts National Location Monitoring Emergency Team.

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School Attended

  • Virginia Commonwealth University

Job Titles Held:

  • Senior U.S. Probation Officer-Location Monitoring
  • United States Probation Officer
  • Intensive Supervision Officer
  • Correctional Institutional Counselor

Degrees

  • Bachelor of Science

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