As a police Sergeant I have been in charge of Communications, Narcotics, Juvenile, Patrol, Community Policing, and Court Liason.
- Police Sergeant at Union City Police Department
- Armed Security Officer at UPS
- Corrections Officer at Hudson County Correctional Facility
- Security Officer at Meadowlands
24 years, 6 months at this Job
- Associate - Criminal Justice
Police Sergeant assigned to patrol. I've been a Sergeant for 14 of my 28 years in law enforcement. I currently supervise the PEER Support Unit and K-9 Unit.
- Police Sergeant at Visalia Police Department
10 years, 1 month at this Job
- Bachelor's - Social and Criminal Justice
Police Sergeant - Cook County Sheriff's Police
• Lead a team of police officers in the patrol division. ◦ Responsible for managing the police officer's job performance, attendance and discipline.
• Evaluate police officers in order to help them meet performance objectives.
• Strong leader, exercising leadership to subordinates including training, mentoring and counseling. ◦ Responsible for routinely making critical decisions while operating within the policies of the department and law.
• Served as the Watch Commander in the absence of a Lieutenant, supervising up to twenty four (24) police officers in two (2) patrol districts. Police Detective - Cook County Sheriff's Police Criminal Investigations Promoted to the Merit Rank of Sergeant
• Served on a team of Detectives responsible for conducting follow up investigations of felony offenses
• Responded to crime scenes to gather evidence, interview victims, witnesses and offenders
• Served as the lead investigator on both property crimes and violent crimes ◦ Participated in the investigations of burglary, robbery, aggravated battery, sexual assault and murder
• Strong interviewer having participated in hundreds of interviews ◦ Participated in structured interrogations which have resulted in confessions that resulted in the incarceration of violent offenders
• Knowledgeable and experienced in investigative methods ◦ Strong understanding of criminal procedure with extensive experience in the criminal justice system
• Authored written reports detailing complex investigations and testified in criminal and civil court proceedings ◦ Experienced in obtaining court orders for search and seizure, having authored search warrants, arrest warrants and affidavits for consensual overhear Police Officer assigned as Investigator - Cook County Sheriff's Police Gang Crimes / Narcotics Unit Promoted to the Rank of Detective
• Served on a team of police officers assigned to conduct complex investigations of gang members involved in criminal activity, specifically narcotics trafficking. Patrolled high crime areas to identify gang members engaged in street crime. Responsible for identifying gang members, gang associates and their criminal activities. ◦ Responsible for gathering information to develop intelligence on criminal organizations
• Conducted interviews, surveillance and performed background investigations on gang members.
• Identified gang allegiances, rivals, associates, assets, lines of operation and sources of illegal income
• Participated in long term narcotics trafficking and firearms trafficking investigations.
• Authored written reports detailing complex investigations and testified in criminal court.
• Performed investigations to locate evidence which led to court orders for search and seizure, including search warrants, arrest warrants and affidavits for consensual overhears. These investigations often led to arrest warrants resulting in mass arrests of members of criminal organizations. I routinely participated in background investigations to locate fugitives and wanted persons Police Officer - Cook County Sheriff's Police Patrol Division
• Responded to 911 calls for police service.
• Engaged in proactive patrol, traffic enforcement and street crime enforcement.
• Learned the fundamentals of policing and service.
• Engaged in Community Policing Strategies ◦ Established contacts in the community, learned to identify the problems of the community and worked to protect and serve citizens.
• Learned the basics of search/seizure and Criminal Procedure. ◦ Became knowledgeable about street crime, property crime and methods of offenders.
- Police Sergeant at Cook County Sheriff’s Police
28 years, 10 months at this Job
- - Business Administration/Management
Police Sergeant, Patrol Division; Jersey City Police Department— 2017-2019 First line Patrol Division supervisor, Central Communications Bureau Sergeant, Bureau of Criminal Identification Sergeant
- Police Sergeant at Patrol Division
- Police Officer at Patrol Division
- Police Officer at Bureau of Criminal Identification
2 years at this Job
- Basic Crime Scene Photography Course; 2009
- - Digital Photography for the L.E. Officer Basic Course
- Crime Scene Processing Course - Bergen County Law and Public Safety Institution
- Fingerprint Basic course
- Basic Course for Police Officers
Police Officer 1997-2004 Patrol Officer 1997-2002 Crime Analysis Officer 2002-2004 Police Sergeant 2004-2017 Patrol Supv/Desk Officer 2004-2013 Investigations Supervisor 2013-2017 Medical Division Clinic Supervisor 2017
- Police Sergeant at NYPD
- Front Counter Clerk at Woodbury Country Delicatessen
- Teacher at St. Edward’s Religious Education Program
20 years, 5 months at this Job
- - BMOC-Basic Management and Organization Course
- BA - History Education/Magna Cum Laude
- AS - Criminal Justice
240) 544-5700 In April 2008, I took employment with the City of Bowie Police Department with my career goals in mind for advancement and to excel as a police officer. I was hired as a Police Officer First Class and served time in patrol with the added responsibility of being a field training officer for entry level and lateral police officers. On numerous occasions I was also the Officer In Command when the squad supervisor was in training or on leave. In 2009, I was assigned to a specialized unit, the Traffic Safety Unit (TSU). While in this specialized unit, I gained experience in grant writing and department budget proposals. While in this unit, I attended specialized trainings and became an instructor, later helping with the agency's in-service yearly officer training. As an instructor, on numerous occasions I was assigned in helping at the Prince George's County Police Academy and the Maryland Police & Correctional Training facility in Sykesville, Maryland. Statistically, while in patrol or in the specialized unit, I was always among the most productive officers and embraced the pro-active policing approach, combining that with community policing model. In 2010, I made rank of Police Corporal, of which I ranked #1 on the eligibility list. After being promoted to the position of Police Corporal, I went back to patrol and served as a First Line Supervisor. In 2011, along with my patrol assignment, I was also assigned to several investigations for Internal Affairs and assisted in conducting background investigations for new hires; which involved overnight travel. In 2012, I was promoted to the rank of Police Sergeant where I remained in patrol but also began working with detectives in our agencies Criminal Investigation Division (CID). During my time as a Police Corporal, and more so as a Police Sergeant, I was first in charge for the handling of many complex situations; such variety as child abductions, robberies, barricades, bomb threats, hostage situations, shootings and homicide investigations, etc. In 2015, agency commanders selected me as a squad leader of our Civil Disturbance Unit (CDU); our riot team. In 2016, I was transferred from patrol to being the supervisor of the agencies specialized tactical unit, the Direct Response Team (DRT). As the supervisor of DRT, I identified high crime areas, conducted investigations, formulated action plans to address the concerns, deployed personnel and executed the action plans, gathered information and criminal statistics, identified persons of interest, worked with the states attorney office on comprehensive charging documents, executed search and seizure warrants, etc. In addition, as a Police Sergeant in this unit, as well as when I was in patrol, I was responsible for conducting roll call trainings; presenting intel briefings at command staff and department meetings; performing inspections of officers, vehicles and facilities; managing yearly department-wide patrol schedules (Excel), payroll (Munis) and leave records of personnel; developing employee improvement programs; assigning employee training; completing officer performance evaluations, etc. During my career as a police officer I received numerous commendations, citations and awards for distinguished and honorable service; with a range of being acknowledged for things such as productivity to being acknowledged for life saving commendations. My career trainings and certifications are very extensive. Unfortunately, my career in law enforcement came to an abrupt end due to being injured in the line of duty. Please consider my experience and leadership, and how I can apply those qualities in being a well qualified candidate.
- POLICE SERGEANT at CITY OF BOWIE POLICE DEPARTMENT
- POLICE OFFICER at BALTIMORE CITY, MD
- POLICE OFFICER at GAITHERSBURG CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT
- CONSTRUCTION FOREMAN at SUPERIOR POOLS AND SERVICE
9 years at this Job
- College Preparatory
- - Criminal Justice
- HS DIPLOMA
I have been working in Law Enforcement for the past 27 years with the last 24 years at the Pueblo Police Department. I worked Patrol for my first 8 years ten worked 11 years as a Detective in the Special Victims Unit where I was trained in computer and cell phone forensics. Promoted to Sergeant in August 2014 where I worked for 3 years. September 2017 I was selected to run the narcotics unit and was selected in 2014 as a SWAT Sergeant, which I am still part of.
- Police Sergeant at Pueblo Police Department
23 years, 9 months at this Job
- Bachelor's - Public Safety and Emergency Management
Public order trained. Method of entry trained. Police Sergeant duties including police constable duties and Custody sergeant duties.
- York Response Police Sergeant - relief Custody Sergeant at
- at date- North Yorkshire Police
- Vice unit. Burglary team. Public order trained at See Police
- Police Custody Sergeant- relief Response Sergeant at
2 years, 11 months at this Job
- O level - mathematics
Patrol Officer - responded to various calls for service. Feild Training Officer - trained new police officers. Narcotics Detective - undercover police work. Suppression of Drugs/ guns/ neighborhood nuisances. Gang Detective - To include SLC Gang Detective, FBI Safe Streets, SL County Metro Gangs - suppression of gang activity through many various techniques. Police Sergeant - supervised various units to include - Narcotic unit, bike unit, and Patrol.
- Police Sergeant at Salt Lake City
12 years, 4 months at this Job
-August 2016 – To Present Assigned to the Special Operations Division, Special Investigative Section-Narcotics, supervising the Vice/Narcotic Section:
Duties include supervising 7-15 undercover narcotic and vice investigators on a daily basis, overseeing undercover narcotic purchases, vice investigations and surveillance, overseeing child exploitation and human trafficking investigations, coordinating and assigning confidential informants to investigators, auditing and assigning undercover funds, scheduling training, approving arrests and case reports, approving search warrants, approving civil forfeiture reports, coordinate with internal and external agencies for sharing of crucial information, overseeing execution of search and arrest warrants, review of use of force by officers and investigate allegations of police misconduct, Provide testimony in administrative, civil, and criminal hearings. Manage budget and grant preparation for the Vice/Narcotic Section.
-August 2014 – August 2016 Assigned to the North Patrol Division supervising Patrol Officers:
Duties include supervising 8 to 20 Patrol officers on a daily basis, scheduling daily assignments, scheduling training, approving arrests and seizures of persons and property, approving arrest and offense reports, coordinate with internal and external agencies for sharing of crucial information, track and maintain daily activity for Patrol and report it monthly to administration, take necessary steps for establishing and setting policies and procedures with maintaining standards set by the Irving Police Department, review use of force by officers and investigate allegations of police misconduct.
-August 2012 – August 2014 Assigned to Community Services Division supervising School Resource Officers:
Duties include being the liaison between the Irving Police Department and Irving Independent School District, supervising 20 School Resource Officers who are responsible for 40 schools in the Irving Independent School District. Scheduling daily assignments, coordinate and scheduling training, approving arrests and offense reports, budget and grant preparation for the SRO section, review use of force by and investigate allegations of misconduct by school resource officers. Train veteran officers in the use of force and firearms at the Irving Police Training Academy for TECOLE mandated training.
-November 2006 – August 2012 promoted to Sergeant November 2006 and assigned to the North Patrol Division supervising Patrol and K9 Section:
Duties include supervising 8 to 20 Patrol officers and 2 K9 officers on a daily basis, scheduling daily assignments, scheduling training, approving arrests and seizures of persons and property, approving arrest and offense reports, audits of the narcotic training aids for K9, budget and grant preparation for K9, coordinate with internal and external agencies for sharing of crucial information, track and maintain daily activity for K9 and Patrol and report it monthly to administration, take necessary steps for establishing and setting policies and procedures with maintaining standards set by the Irving Police Department, review use of force by officers and investigate allegations of police misconduct.
• Co- Chaired with Fort Worth Police Departments K9 Sergeant putting us in charge of K9 Security detail for Super Bowl XLV (45) at Cowboys Stadium in February 2011 in Arlington Texas:
• Duties included coordinating training and all detail assignments to surrounding K9 sections of participating Police agencies that were going to be involved in the Super Bowl XLV security (Dallas PD, Irving PD, Fort Worth PD, Mansfield PD, Tarrant County Sheriffs Office and Arlington PD). Communicating, coordinating and sharing information with NFL Security, FBI and other local agencies. -March 2005 – November 2006 assigned to Personnel and Training Division as a Police Trainer at Irving Police Training Academy:
• Duties included, training the Departments recruits and veteran officers in firearms, driving, use of force, defensive tactics, city policies/procedures and investigation and interview techniques.
• Mastered the level of Trainer in Firearms (pistol/shotgun), TASER, Pressure Point and Control Defensive Tactics, Lateral Vascular Neck Restraint (LVNR), Less Lethal Munitions Instructor, National Academy of Pursuit Driving (NAPD). -September 1997 – February 2005 assigned to Special Operations Division as a K9 Handler:
• Duties included, training and care for two Police working dogs, using the dogs to locate narcotics, money and fleeing suspects, budget preparation and dog selections for the Irving Police K9 Section. Performed numerous K9 demonstrations/presentations for citizen groups and schools. -February 1994 – August 1997 assigned to the Special Operations Division as a Tactical Officer (SWAT):
• Duties included serving high-risk arrest and search warrants, conducting surveillance and monitoring sex offenders and known felony offenders. Assignments required working in plain clothes or in uniform as necessary. Providing dignitary protection for high profile visitors to the City of Irving. -February 1992 – January 1994 assigned to the Criminal Investigation Division as a Narcotics Investigator:
• Duties included receiving tips, hints of narcotics trading from secret sources and prepare investigation programs. Conduct undercover investigations and surveillance of possible narcotic offenders. Locate and interview witnesses and suspects. Identify, gather and examine evidence to be used in court. Document investigative process by preparing complete and detailed reports. Provide testimony in administrative, civil, and criminal hearings. Prepare and serve arrest and search warrants. -December 1989 – January 1992 assigned to the Patrol Division as a Patrol Officer:
• Duties included patrolling a high crime rate area of the city and responded to dispatch calls to enforce laws and ensure public safety. Investigated criminal activity; interviewed victims, witnesses, and suspects. Preserved crime scenes, gathered evidence, and arrested suspects. Enforced traffic laws and investigated vehicle collisions and wrote accurate and complete reports. Testified in criminal and civil trials on state and federal cases. Educated public on crime prevention.
• Selected to field train new Police Recruits. -December 1989 hired as commissioned Police Officer by the Irving Police Department -December 1988 – December 1989 assigned to Detention and Evidence Division as a Detention officer:
• Duties include-book, supervises, transport, receive, discharge, and assure the safety and security of City jail inmates. PROFESSIONAL TRAINING and CERTIFICATIONS:
• Master Police Certificate
• 2016 Basic Clandestine Laboratory Certification (DEA-Quantico)
• 2009 The Institute for Law Enforcement Administration (ILEA)
• 2007 FEMA- Emergency Management Institute 1. Introduction to the Incident Command System 2. National Incident Management Systems
• 2006 Glock Police Armorer Course
• 2006 Remington Police Armorer Course
• 2006 National Academy for Professional Driving Instructors Course (NAPD)
• 2006 Smith Driving Instructors Course
• 2006 Crises Intervention Train the Trainer Course
• 2006 Aerosol Projectors and Specialty Impact Munitions Instructors Course
• 2005 Pressure Point & Control Tactics Instructors Course
• 2005 Lateral Vascular Neck Restraint Instructors Course
• 2005 Stinger Spike Instructors Course
• 2005 TASER Instructors Course
• 2004 Less Lethal Instructors Course
• 2003 Firearms Instructors Course
• 2002 Police Dog Trainer/Instructor Course
• 1997 Advanced SWAT Course
• 1997 Basic K9 Handlers Course
• 1996 Basic SWAT Course
• 1996 Police Bike Course
• 1993 Basic Narcotics Investigations Course
• 1989 Basic Police Academy AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS:
• Officer of the Year (2006)
• Officer of the 2nd Quarter (2005)
• Officer of the 2nd Quarter (2000)
• Master Peace Officer Certification
• 25 Year Safe Driving Award
• Police Commendation Award
• Certificate of Merit Award
• Marksmanship Award
• 36 Supervisor Commendations
• 20 Citizen Commendations
• Over 3300 hours of TECOLE Credited Training Hours
- Police Sergeant at Mid-Size to Large DFW Area Police Department
30 years, 1 month at this Job
- Master Peace Officer - Criminal Justice