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Jessica
Claire
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(555) 432-1000,
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
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Executive Profile
Senior Criminal Investigator with extensive experience in multi-facet felony level investigations; a multi-task-oriented manager with strong ability to communicate effectively and provide effective results.
Skill Highlights

Top Secret security clearance

Leadership

Operations Management

Plans/Organization

Knowledge Management

Project Management

Executive Level Personal Security

Felony Investigations


Computer proficient

Inter-personal Skills

Results Oriented

Conflict Resolution

Committed

Competent

Professional Courses and Certifications
University of Massachusetts Amherst, MA Expected in 1991 BS : Latin - GPA :

Latin American Studies

Warrant Officer Career College Fort Rucker, AL Expected in 2013 : Warrant Officer Staff Course - GPA :
U.S. Army Military Police School Fort Rucker, AL Expected in 2009 : Warrant Officer Advance Course - GPA :
U.S. Army Military Police School Fort Leonard Wood, AL Expected in 2000 : Warrant Officer Basic Course - GPA :
Warrant Officer Career College Fort Rucker, AL Expected in 2000 : Warrant Officer Candidate School - GPA :
U.S. Army Military Police School Fort Rucker, AL Expected in 1996 : Military Police Advance Leaders Course - GPA :
Military Intelligence Electronic Warfare School Goodfellow Afb, AL Expected in 1993 : Electronic Warfare Voice Interceptor Course - GPA :
Defense Language Institute Goodfellow AFB, AL Expected in 1993 Select One : Russian Language Course - GPA :
Infantry School Fort Benning, CA Expected in 1986 : Infantry School - GPA :
U.S. Army One Station Unit Training Center Fort Benning, CA Expected in 1985 : Basic Training - GPA :
U.S. Army Military Police School Fort Leonard Wood, CA Expected in 2011 Certification : Advanced Crime Scene Investigative Techniques Course - GPA :
U.S. Army Military Police School Fort Leonard Wood, MO Expected in 2011 Certification : Special Victims Unit Training Course - GPA :
U.S. Army Military Police School Fort Leonard Wood, MO Expected in 2008 Certification : Criminal Anti-Terrorism and Police Intelligence Management Course - GPA :
John Reid I & I School Fort Drum, NY Expected in 2007 : Reid Interviews and Interrogation Course (Advance), - GPA :
U.S. Army Military Police School Fort Leonard Wood, MO Expected in 2005 : Sexual Assault Investigation Training Course - GPA :
U.S. Army Military Police School Fort Leonard Wood, MO Expected in 2004 Certification : Environmental Crimes Investigations Course - GPA :
U.S. Army Military Police School Fort Leonard Wood, MO Expected in 2003 Certification : Hostage Negotiation Course - GPA :
National Fire Academy Emmitsburg, MO Expected in 2001 Certification : Fire - Arson Course - GPA :
U.S. Army Military Police School Fort McClellan, AL Expected in 1999 Certification : Advanced Fraud Investigations Course - GPA :
Orlando, AL Expected in 1999 Select One : Fraud Investigations Methods Course - GPA :
John R. Reid I & I School Yongsan, AL Expected in 1998 : Reid Interviews and Interrogation Course (Basic) - GPA :
U.S. Army Military Police School Fort McClellan, AL Expected in 1997 Certification : Protective Service Training Course - GPA :
U.S. Army Military Police School Fort McClellan, AL Expected in 1997 Certification : Child Abuse Prevention and Interview Techniques Course - GPA :
U.S. Army Military Police School Fort McClellan, AL Expected in 1996 Cetification : Army CID Special Agent Course - GPA :
Core Accomplishments

Leadership / Organizations Management:

  • Spearheaded an investigative team whose members efficiently identified five subjects of a sensitive sex-based crime.
  • Collected, cataloged and associated testimonial and physical evidence to the identified subjects.
  • All subjects were convicted of the offense of Rape and subsequently incarcerated.
  • Team members were recognized and presented with awards by the organization's senior leadership.

Project Management:

  • Project Manager for the introduction and employment of new investigative equipment which move the organization to the next level in conducting law enforcement investigation.
  • While working in concert with the Battalion's Communication's Section, established an academic and training curriculum for the five CID offices.

Plans / Organization:

  • Networked with the U.S. Attorney's Office-Eastern District of North Carolina and organized, funded and arranged for opportunity training in the counter-narcotics arena for the Battalion's Narcotics Agents.

  • Allowed the Agents to further liaison with their counter parts and conduct information sharing.
Professional Experience
State Of Oklahoma - Supervisory Special Agent / Asst. Operations Officer
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  • Manages the Battalion's Operational Contingency Fund Program totaling $50,000.
  • Provides leadership and supervision the Battalion's Counter-Narcotics Teams, oversees the training, preparation, documentation and execution of all counter-narcotics operations across the states of North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia.
  • Prepares weekly Executive Summaries for executive level leaders.
State Of Oklahoma - Special Agent in Charge
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  • Led, supervised and managed a federal law enforcement agency of 70 investigative and support personnel; the largest field office within the USACIDC organization.
  • Expertly managed the development of investigative reports in the sexual assault, counter-narcotics, economic fraud arena, person and property crimes with a successful solve rate of 92%.
1001st Military Police Battalion (CID) - Supervisory Special Agent / Operations Officer
City, STATE, 06/2011 - 06/2012
  • Directed investigative operations for five Army CID offices across nine states. Provided mentorship and leadership to 70 investigative and investigative support personnel.
  • Provided guidance and reviewed over 1,400 investigative reports across the Battalion's areas of responsibility, achieving a 94% solve rate.
Fort Riley CID Office - Special Agent in Charge
City, STATE, 10/2015 - 06/2015
  • Supervised, mentored and trained 18 investigative and investigative support personnel while providing guidance and direction to the office's 500 investigative reports.
  • Led a multi-agency child murder case where two subjects fled authorities; through expert coordination and communication with federal agencies, both subjects were subsequently apprehended.
  • Single-handedly created a CID Commander's book which provided situational awareness and timely criminal intelligence products to executive and senior officers.
  • Identified and remedied systematic problems with death and crime scene documentation; reducing overall office deficiencies by 60%.
Daegu CID Office - Special Agent in Charge
City, STATE, 06/2008 - 08/2010
  • Provided superior supervisory and managerial skills in the daily operations of two Army CID offices.
  • Supervised the completion of 50 felony investigations, while achieving a solve rate of 94%.
  • Initiated a joint training program with the installation's sexual assault coordinator, which contributed to a reduction in sexual assaults while providing increased awareness.
  • Led and directed a joint investigation with the Korean Custom's Service in identifying a black market scheme in which $20,000 worth of commissary goods were diverted for illegal use on the Korean economy.
  • Took the initiative and improved the quality of the office's transportation by acquiring eight vehicles through the installation's re-supply program; saving the unit over $95,000 in replacement costs.
Fort Drum CID Office - Asst. Special Agent in Charge/Special Agent
City, STATE, 06/2003 - 2008
  • Re-energized the office's economic crime program resulting in the completion of 15 investigations, the recovery of $100,000 and the cost avoidance of over $500,000.
  • As the Special Agent in Charge (interim) expertly supervised, directed and solved four executive level, high profile war crime investigations involving 14 subjects.
  • As the Asst. Special Agent in Charge, supervised and guided the office in successfully investigating and resolving over 290 investigations while earning a solve rate of 92%.
  • Led an investigative team in collecting facts, establishing time lines and sequence of events involving a highly sensitive officer involved shooting.
  • Expertise and experience were directly responsible for identifying the sequence and trajectory of shots fired.
Fort Lewis CID Office - Unit Chief
City, STATE, 08/1998 - 07/2003
  • Supervised a pro-active Economic Crime Team whose investigative efforts identified fraudulent activities in several organization's purchase credit card.
  • Efforts led to the recovery of $140,000 in funds and property and the identification of over $300,000 in cost avoidance.
  • Served as the primary liaison officer with the Seattle-FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force following the terrorist attacks of 9/11.
  • Contributed significantly to the to the military community by providing critical and timely criminal intelligence and investigative leads.
  • Established a protocol with the local prosecutor's office for processing juveniles who committed felony crimes on the Fort Lewis.
  • Prior to establishing this protocol, there was no feasible or practical methodology to process juvenile offenders.
  • Efforts streamlined the investigative and judicial process.
  • Selected the office's senior officers, conducted key investigations into the potential theft of munitions.
  • Through tenacious investigative skills, identified numerous deficiencies concerning ammunition handling procedures resulting in the recovery of $5,000 in munitions and $25,000 in recovered government property.
Yongsan CID Office - Special Agent
City, STATE, 07/1997 - 07/1998
  • Effectively managed and solved 55 economic-fraud, person and property crimes while recovering over $500,000 in government funds and property.
  • Led a team and meticulously investigated a high profile gang rape of a woman.
  • Effectively collected vital information concerning the incident which led the timely identification of five subjects within a 24 hour period.
  • All testimonial and physical evidence led to the successful conviction of all subjects.
Fort Bliss CID Office - Special Agent
City, STATE, 01/1 - 01/1
  • Investigated over 100 sexual assault, person and property investigations; identified over 120 subjects while achieving an 86% solve rate.
  • Thoroughly and vigorously managed and investigated over 20 economic crime investigations while effectively utilizing networking skills in earning a solve rate of 100% and recovering over $46,000 in government funds.
Languages
  • English
  • Spanish (proficient)
  • Russian (novice)
Professional Affiliations
  • Military Police Regimental Association
  • U.S. Army Warrant Officer Association
  • U.S. Army CID Agent Association
Additional Information
    I believe in the team concept and sharing ideas; brainstorming those difficult challenges and am unafraid or unwavering of when managing difficult obstacles.
  • I exercise routinely; am an avid runner and eat healthy.
  • I've owned three classic Ford Mustangs (1969-Coupe / 1967 Coupe / 1965 Convertible).
  • I'm a Family Man and am proud of my three daughters and one son.
Skills

Leadership

Team Player

Operations Management

Plans/Organization

Knowledge Management

Project Management

Analytical Skills

Quality Management


Inter-personal Skills

Negotiation Skills

Networking

Conflict Resolution

Results Oriented

Committed

Competent

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School Attended

  • University of Massachusetts
  • Warrant Officer Career College
  • U.S. Army Military Police School
  • U.S. Army Military Police School
  • Warrant Officer Career College
  • U.S. Army Military Police School
  • Military Intelligence Electronic Warfare School
  • Defense Language Institute
  • Infantry School
  • U.S. Army One Station Unit Training Center
  • U.S. Army Military Police School
  • U.S. Army Military Police School
  • U.S. Army Military Police School
  • John Reid I & I School
  • U.S. Army Military Police School
  • U.S. Army Military Police School
  • U.S. Army Military Police School
  • National Fire Academy
  • U.S. Army Military Police School
  • John R. Reid I & I School
  • U.S. Army Military Police School
  • U.S. Army Military Police School
  • U.S. Army Military Police School

Job Titles Held:

  • Supervisory Special Agent / Asst. Operations Officer
  • Special Agent in Charge
  • Supervisory Special Agent / Operations Officer
  • Special Agent in Charge
  • Special Agent in Charge
  • Asst. Special Agent in Charge/Special Agent
  • Unit Chief
  • Special Agent
  • Special Agent

Degrees

  • BS
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  • Certification
  • Certification
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  • Certification
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