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Investigations- child and fraud Resume


Desired Industry: Law Enforcement/Security/Safety SpiderID: 57655
Desired Job Location: Lakeside, Arizona Date Posted: 2/7/2012
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 45000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
Highly motivated, reliable, and
accomplished professional, offering
comprehensive work experience and strong
qualifications in law enforcement,
investigation, case management, and
consultation. Adept at designing and
implementing effective treatment plans
through evaluation of client
requirements and specifications.
Proficient at identifying and resolving
complex issues and concerns in a timely
and efficient manner, by utilizing
outstanding observation, sound judgment,
and resourcefulness. Known for superior
aptitude to work with diversified
community and professional groups
through exceptional talent in
establishing rapport with individuals
from all socioeconomic levels.
Compassionate leader, with a keen eye
for detail as well as exemplary
reputation for providing quality service
to support individual and families in
promoting the highest possible quality
of life.


Experience:
WORK CHRONOLOGY

Community Counseling Center, Show Low,
AZ
BEHAVORIAL HEALTH THERAPIST/CLINICAL
LIAISON/CASE MANAGER
2009–Present

Chicago Police Department, Chicago, IL
1986–2008
POLICE AGENT 2001–2008
POLICE OFFICER, Tactical Unit 1986–
2001


Education:
EDUCATION

Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Social
Justice, Minor in Human and Social
Services, 2003
Lewis University | Romeoville, IL


Affiliations:
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

Pinetop-Lakeside Police Department,
2011–Present
Render support in the records and
administration section

Chicago Police Department Peer Support
Program, 2009–Present
Render emotional support, anonymity,
referrals, guidance, and confidentiality
Utilize listening and problem-solving
skills in promoting trust and
identifying personal conflicts

Navajo County Medical Reserve Corps,
2009–Present
Provide assistance with local response
organizations in a disaster or public
health emergency


Skills:
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Additional Information:
CAREER OVERVIEW

Investigation Processes and
Investigative Activities
- Regarded as the driving force in
the successful investigation of UCR Part
1 Crimes, utilizing strong observation,
effective communication, and accurate
documentation skills.
- Demonstrated extensive
investigation expertise that led to the
arrest and prosecution of offenders in
the areas of domestic violence, child
abuse, substance abuse, auto theft,
burglary, arson, theft, robbery, and
sexual assault.
- Appointed to the Internal
Affairs Division; meticulously
investigated allegations of police
misconduct, including long-term covert
investigations into the allegations of
criminal activity.

Law Enforcement and Regulations
- Maintained and enforced law
through frequent collaboration with
diverse citizens.
- Effectively liaised and
communicated between the Police
Department and numerous agencies,
including the Bureau of Alcohol,
Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF);
Chicago Housing Authority; Chicago
Public Schools (CHA); Chicago Transit
Authority (CTA); Cook County Probation;
Department of Children and Family
Services (DCFS); Federal Bureau of
Investigation (FBI); Illinois Department
of Public Health (DPH); Illinois
Department of Human Services (DHS);
Inspector General; rape victims
advocate; Secretary of State Police
Department; Office of the State
Attorney; and United States Postal
inspectors.

Individual Support and Relations
- Encouraged and directed people
toward healthier behavioral choices by
providing effectual supervision and
guidance.
- Exemplified versatility and
multitasking skills during on-call
coverage rotation as well as individual
and family consultation.
- Extended support to resistant
clients as well as to those experiencing
difficulties in accessing services.
- Established and maintained
strong rapport with various individuals
by executing crisis services as well as
assisting service coordination for
clients.
- Played an integral role as key
member of the team in the provision of a
therapeutic environment; proactively
fostered and encouraged emotional growth
among clients.

Communication and Coordination
- Utilized superior interpersonal
and communication skills in coordinating
and collaborating with clients in
schools, probation, Child Protective
Service (CPS), Division of Developmental
Disabilities (DDD), and natural
community resources.
- Sustained open line of
communication with Community Counseling
Center and other service providers in
coordinating transportations.

Organizational Administration
- Provided keen oversight in
managing overall facets of clinical
records and database; secured customer
confidentiality and personal rights.
- Ensured client participation in
the development and implementation of
the treatment plan.
- Guaranteed clear, accurate, and
concise records of clinical activity.
- Functioned as clinical liaison
and utilized analytical skills in
conducting assessments.
- Rendered exemplary support and
service to customers while administering
the acquisition of entitlements.


Reference:
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