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

Experienced Police Supervisor with many years of experience in policing. Provide planning, direction,organization, and exercisesupervisory control over non-supervisory positions and activitiesof watches of the patrol section, making sure the police department comply with policy and procedures necessary to meet the needs of the customer; analyzes and applies the 730 standard requirements to VA Police Officers to enforce rules and regulations.

Identify needs for change in priorities and has acted to implement the necesary change, during a time of critical manpower shortage to ensure that the Medical center was secure. Plans work to be scheduled by subordinates, set and adjust short-term priorities, and prepare schedules. Assign work to subordinate employees based on organizational priorities, consideration of difficulty and the requirement of assignment.

Make crime scene assessments and arrest or directs the arrest of persons who have violated the United States Criminal Code. Exceptional knowledege of the local law enforcements agencies and the United States District Court; enforcing Federal and State Codes as well as VA rules and regulations on VA property, while consistently detecting and effecting arrest while reducing criminal activity.

Excellent in resolving problems, creating and promoting a positive and productive work environment.

Improving customer satisfaction, Strong written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills. Easily adapt to changing priorities with focus and diligence. Multi-talented supervisor consistently rewarded for success in planning and operational improvements. Experience in policy development and staff management procedures positively impacting overall morale and productivity.

  • Leadership
  • Law and Government
  • Successfully managed personnel and police equipment
  • Used critical thinking skills to resolve complex issues
  • Ability to adapt to changing job requirements
  • Administration and Management
  • Judgment and Decision Making
  • Learning Strategies
  • Customer and Personal Service
  • Negotiations
  • Active Listening
  • Interpersonal Skills
Work History
12/2014 to Current Supervisory Police Officer Department Of Veterans Affairs | Sikeston, MO,
  • I direct and coordinate the day-to-day operations of my assigned shift, and provide direct supervision to subordinate employees
  • Prepare work schedules and assign duties to subordinates. and investigation of criminal cases, offering guidance and expertise to investigators, and ensuring that procedures are conducted in accordance with laws and regulations
  • As part of a leadership team reviewed policies and services and developed goals and outcome strategies to support the department's mission
  • Inform personnel of changes in regulations and policies, implications of new or amended laws, and new techniques of police work
  • Recommend or approve personnel selections, training, awards, performance evaluations, and administrative/disciplinary actions.;
  • Prepared and submitted written reports and electronic presentations, review contents of written reports to ensure adherence to legal requirements
  • I display leadership skills and exude attributes that encompass trust, compassion, safety, and the welfare of all individuals at the medical center
  • I initiate strategies based on situations involving crime trends
  • I serve as a liaison between the police department and other departments that rely on police services for support
  • I keep the Chief and Deputy Chief of Police Service updated on daily operations in the patrol sector and on other serious problems or incidents that occur
  • I've acted as the Captain of Operations as well as Deputy Chief of Police at times

10/2011 to 12/2014 Lead Police Officer Department Of Veterans Affairs | Silverdale, WA,
  • As a Lead Police Officer I am responsible for making daily shift assignments to meet the department requirements and priorities. I conduct roll calls to insure that all officers are present for duty on time and in proper uniforms
  • Directly responsible for leading the technical work of at least three or more Police Officers and one Dispatcher. Highest level of non-supervisory work led is GS-06. As such, is responsible for leading and personally performing the following duties: Patrols medical center, Enforces all federal, state, and local criminal, traffic, and motor vehicle laws and regulations
  • Instruct employees in specific tasks and job techniques; provides on-the-job training to new employees; maintains a current knowledge and answers questions of other employees on procedures, policies, directives, etc., and obtains needed information or decisions from supervisor on problems
  • Responsible for making shift schedules and ensuring that shift work assignments are distributed and performed by employees. Resolves simple complaints and refers others to supervisor. Reports to supervisor on employee performance, progress, training needs. Coordinates for short-term leave; recommends performance rating and disciplinary actions
09/2007 to 10/2011 Police Officer City Of Boulder | Boulder, CO,
  • Provide protection of life, property and the rights of individual citizens, Patrol the grounds, made arrest when necessary , enforce parking and traffic control
  • Assist the medical staff with violent and disruptive patients and visitors within the facility. Preserve the peace, prevent, detect and investigate accidents and crimes
  • Questions witnesses and suspects involved in any complaints. I testify in court. Made myself available as a visible deterrent and interacting with the patients,visitors and staff to make them feel comfortable interacting with the police and knowing that we are a part of the hospital community and were there to help them
  • I also acted as the (OIC) officer in charge in the absence of the supervisor, assigning beats, assisting officers when needed, checking reports and the journal to make sure everything is in order
11/1998 to 09/2007 Police Officer City Of Boulder | Boulder, CO,
  • Responsible for being a visible deterrent, enforce state and local laws and ordinances and preserve peace. Prevent, detect and investigate accidents and crimes. Interview witnesses, testify in court, investigate accidents and crimes
  • Traffic enforcement, using radar to deter violators, issue citations
  • I acted as a field training officer where I trained new officers in becoming proficient in their duties and completing the FTO program. I evaluated their performances on traffic stops, stop and questions, writing citations and report writing and other police related duties. I graded their daily performance, by completing a daily observation report that I went over with them. I made corrections when needed
  • Did surveillance for undercover assignments as part of the Special OPS Group that focused on high crime areas in the Cook County Forest preserves. Performed key role in an investigation and arrest of main drug trafficker. Reduced acts of prostitution and sex crimes. Executed searches and arrests warrants
  • Prepared affidavits and arrest warrants
  • Tesified in court and/or before a grand jury
  • Worked with the Drug Enforcement Agency in locating several marijuana growing operations in Cook County where thousands of marijuana plants was detected and destroyed and operations halted, with several arrest taking pla
Expected in 08/1981 Diploma | John Marshall High School Chicago Illinois, , GPA:
Expected in | State of Illinois Police Officers Certification Cook County Sheriff's Police Academy, River Grove, IL GPA:
Expected in | Federal Police Officers Certification Law Enforcement Training Center , North Little Rock, AR GPA:

Licenses and Certifications:

(COR) Contracting Officer Representative 2016 -

Firearm Instructor 2012-2017

Evidence Custodian 2/2013

Executive Protection 3/2015

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School Attended

  • John Marshall High School Chicago Illinois
  • Cook County Sheriff's Police Academy
  • Law Enforcement Training Center

Job Titles Held:

  • Supervisory Police Officer
  • Lead Police Officer
  • Police Officer
  • Police Officer


  • Diploma

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