Jessica Claire
  • , , 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Professional Summary

Enthusiastic, hard working, and passionate professional eager to contribute to any agency success by attention to detail, organizational skills, time management, and desire to get the job done correctly. Motivated to learn, grow and excel in any professional environment.

  • Interpersonal Skills
  • Effective Working Relationships
  • Active Listening
  • Time Management
  • Customs and Immigration
  • Firearms Training
  • Critical Thinking
  • Effective Communication
  • Inspection of Baggage
  • Personal Interviews
  • Inspection Methods
Work History
Terrorism Taskforce. GS-12. 40 Hours Per Week, 07/2022 to Current
U.S. Customs And Border Protection, CBPOCity, STATE,
  • Quickly learned new skills and applied them to daily tasks, improving efficiency and productivity.
  • Advised the proper individuals based on intelligence findings.
  • Analyzed and collected various forms of data.
  • Prioritized threat levels for analyzing and communication.
  • Performed interviews and interrogations of suspected terrorists.
  • Produced multi-source intelligence reports and products for different agency.
  • Collected information about enemy strengths, movements and activities.
  • Briefed supervisors or the proper authority on findings from an interview, inspection, or research.
  • Provided an analysis based on interviews and system findings.
  • Reported on incidents, suspensions and other concerns to supervisory personnel.
  • Enforced rules, regulations and policies to passengers and coworkers.
CBP Officer - GS- 12. 40 Hours Per Week, 07/2019 to Current
Department Of Homeland SecurityCity, STATE,
  • Used variety of enforcement databases.
  • Detected and prevented non-citizens from entering country without proper documentation.
  • Explained laws and regulations to travelers and promoted comprehension to foster adherence to requirements.
  • Identified contraband items and seized according to customs laws.
  • Examined baggage and personal items upon entering or leaving country to verify adherence to customs requirements and identify suspected violations.
  • Validated immigration documents, asked questions and reported discrepancies to secondary for further review.
  • Interacted with carriers, agencies and foreign entities to provide guidance on admissibility and compliance.
  • Provided physical security to the United States by verifying people's purpose of entry to the country to protect personnel and property from terrorism or harm.
  • Provided personnel security by conducting interviews and being alert to individuals to prevent and minimize the risk of people entering the country with unauthorized purpose.
  • Engaged in information security by accessing classified and sensitive information and keeping it from getting into the wrong hands.
  • Briefed higher management on trends and information found based on intelligence gathered.
  • Enforced laws, policies, and regulations that were passed as laws or presidential proclamations.
CBPO Admissibility Enforcement Unit. GS-12. 40 Hrs, 10/2020 to 07/2022
Department Of Homeland SecurityCity, STATE,
  • Roved inbound passengers and obtained binding declarations in order to conduct thorough exams of their luggage and documentation.
  • Examined passports, visas, and other documents in order to detect counterfeit or altered documents.
  • Enforced immigration laws and regulations in order to determine someones admissibility.
  • Conducted interviews to obtain information from individuals seeking entry.
  • Determined a persons admissibility by conducting sworn statements, examining documents and baggage in order to find anomaly's in individuals story.
  • Utilized law enforcement systems to find information and use for analysis' or inspections.
  • Completed multiple cases to include a passenger traveling with controlled I substances and another with a fraudulent visa and passport.
  • Worked alongside NWDC detention in order to gain bed space for individuals who seek asylum.
  • Conducted research on inbound passengers in order to identify trends and patterns.
Military Police - Master at Arms, 03/2015 to 03/2019
United States NavyCity, STATE,
  • Manned base entry points to provide 24/7 force protection, reviewing identifications, searching vehicles and verifying deliveries prior to entrance to secure areas.
  • Secured restricted areas and enforced limited access for civilians and military members in order to provide force protection and property security.
  • Maintained 100% accountability of assigned equipment worth millions of dollars.
  • Documented and organized security information accurately and efficiently.
  • Maintained a secret clearance.
  • Prevented unauthorized access to restricted or limited areas.
  • Provided physical security to nuclear submarines, buildings, and other assets vital to national security.
Associate of Arts: Counter Terrorism Studies, Expected in 06/2019
American Military University - ,

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School Attended

  • American Military University

Job Titles Held:

  • Terrorism Taskforce. GS-12. 40 Hours Per Week
  • CBP Officer - GS- 12. 40 Hours Per Week
  • CBPO Admissibility Enforcement Unit. GS-12. 40 Hrs
  • Military Police - Master at Arms


  • Associate of Arts

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