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Criminal and Law enforcement Investigation Resume


Desired Industry: Law Enforcement/Security/Safety SpiderID: 78234
Desired Job Location: Chicago, Illinois Date Posted: 10/19/2016
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date:
Desired Wage: 60000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: No
Highest Degree Attained: Other Willing to Relocate: Yes


Objective:
Seasoned, analytical, and solutions-oriented professional, offering extensive experience in law enforcement operations, public safety, as well as tactical leadership and development. Dedicated and focused; open for new challenges to achieve self-efficiency and knowledge enhancement. Armed with well-defined communication skills essential in establishing beneficial relationships with diverse individuals and interprofessionals. Technically proficient with IClear, Criminal Apprehension Booking System, and Law Enforcement Agency Data System.


Experience:
Cook County Sheriff's Office  Chicago, IL
Sergeant Deputy Sheriff—Law Enforcement and Corrections Mar 1999–Present
Spearhead daily activities through conducting crime investigations, overseeing traffic stops, and managing routine security patrol operations
Promptly respond to routine calls for service from the general public while maintaining peace, order, and safety
Keenly oversee and approve all arrests made by the Deputy Sheriffs throughout their tour of duty
Establish and observe strict adherence to local and state laws
Take charge by initiating arrests for minor misdemeanor offenses to serious felony charges
Provide close monitoring to detainees to guarantee proper care and processing
Generate accurate documentation of day-to-day activities by coordinating with the chain of command
Supervise training for all areas of law enforcement
Earned a promotion as the agency’s sergeant rank in November 2007

East Hazel Crest Police Department  East Hazel Crest, IL
Police Officer (Part-Time)—Law Enforcement May 2001–Nov 2011
Capitalized on industry expertise in implementing all state and local laws
Drove efforts in ensuring public safety by implementing investigative traffic stops while enforcing Illinois vehicle code traffic violations; making arrests; and testifying in court
Efficiently managed driving under the influence (DUI) and seat belt enforcement zones for the community
Fulfilled diverse tasks which include drafting parking tickets, answering 911 calls, and addressing basic calls from general public
Served as a tactical unit officer, to monitor street gang level drug activity; conduct undercover narcotic surveillance operations; administer controlled buys and conduct sting operations while supporting patrol squads during their normal tour of duty


Education:
Certified County Correctional Officer: State of Illinois
400-hour Training, Cook County Sheriff Training Academy  South Holland , IL

Certified Law Enforcement Officer: State of Illinois
400-hour Training, Law Enforcement Training Academy  River Grove, IL

36-hour Continuing Education Classes on Law Enforcement
Moraine Valley College  Palos Hills, IL

Specific Degree in Course Title
South Suburban College  South Holland, IL
GPA: 3.83

Specific Degree in Course Title
Triton College  River Grove, IL
GPA: 4.00 | President’s Honor List

Police Field Training Officer Certified and Instructor Development Certified


Affiliations:
Fraternal Order of Police


Skills:
Laws and Regulations Enforcement
Process Improvement
Operations Management 
Personnel and Internal Investigations
Personnel Oversight
Strategic Planning and Implementation
Community and Public Engagement
Cross-functional Collaboration


Additional Information:
-Professional Development-
Law Enforcement Training
Illinois State Certified Police and Correctional Field Training Officer
Illinois State Certified Instructor Northeast Multi-Regional Regional Training
Illinois State Certified Tactical Firearm Training
Operator | AR-15 Military Assault Rifle
Taser Electronic Control Weapon Instructor
Taser X26 Electronic Control Device | Taser X26 Conducted Electrical Weapon
Expandable Baton Instructor
Handcuffing Instructor
Less Lethal Bean Bag Shotgun
Tactical Police Driving Certification
Cook County Sheriff’s Institute for Law Enforcement Education and Training
Court Security Legal and Liability Best Practices
Deputy Sheriff/Correctional Officer Recruit Training Program
40-hour Arrest and Processing Procedures Course
Introduction to Domestic Terrorism for State and Local Law Enforcement
FEMA: Introduction to the Incident Command System (ICS 100) | ICS for Single Resource and Initial Action Incidents
National Incident Management System (NIMS) an Introduction | National Response Framework
Illinois Vehicle Code Refresher Course
Criminal Patrol: Conducting Complete Traffic Stops
Terrorism Intelligence for the Patrol Function
Use of Force: Pre- and Post-Incident Considerations In-House

Defensive Tactics Training
OC (Pepper Spray) Certification
Immediate Action Rapid Deployment | Active Shooter and Room Clearing Techniques
South Suburban Illinois Network Three Tactical Unit Officer, Tactical Investigations
Criminal Investigations
Federal Bureau of Investigation: Terrorism Liaison Officer's Committee (T.L.O.C) Officer | Foreign and Domestic Terrorism
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Automated External Defibrillator Certified
Bicycle Patrol Officer Certified
Three Professional Racing Driver Schools
Defensive, Car Control, and High Speed Competition Driving: Jim Russell British School Of Motor Racing (Canada),
Jim Russell Racing Drivers School (Monterey, California), and Elf Winfield Racing School (France)
Tactic Baton Certification
Lone Wolf Terrorists | Intervention Methods for IED’s and Pakistan Intelligence | Radical Islamic Awareness
Iraq Intelligence and Domestic Terrorism | Negotiating with Terrorists, Eurasian Crimes, Honor Killings Training
Hazardous Materials Awareness Refresher | Terrorism – Basic Concepts
First Responder Decision making In-House | Federal Emergency Management Agency

-Fraternal Order of Police-
Homicide Investigation Award, South Suburban Illinois Network 3 Police Chiefs
Honorable Mention


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