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Crime scene investigator

Location:
Portsmouth, Virginia, United States
Posted:
February 17, 2019

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SABRINA DENNIG

Address · 757-***-****

ac8iqg@r.postjobfree.com · https://www.linkedin.com/in/sabrina-dennig-132046107/

· Veterans Preference=10 points

Looking to increase my knowledge and experience in the crime scene investigation career field. Dedicated to learn new techniques and further my commitment to the citizens of the community by effective and detailed investigation of crime scenes and the recovery of evidence.

EXPERIENCE

OCTOBER 2016 – PRESENT

EVIDENCE TECHNICIAN I, chesapeake police department

Identification and collection of fingerprints, DNA, weapons, photography, digital, and trace evidence. Processing of evidence using various chemicals, casting techniques, and alternate light. Type and file reports related to forensic evidence recovery at scenes. Provide courtroom testimony. Collection of fingerprints and elimination prints from suspects, witnesses, and victims of misdemeanors, suspicious deaths, suicides, homicides, and deceased at autopsy.

*Also maintain office supplies and office supply ordering for Forensics Unit.

OCOTBER 2015 – OCTOBER 2016

SECURITY OFFICER, universal protection services

Access control, direction, and assistance to staff and guests, foreign and domestic. Response to emergency situations. Protection of classified and unclassified property, documents, and areas while maintaining a professional business image and demeanor. Customer service, event entry, and badge issuance.

SEPTEMBER 2006 – DECEMBER 2015

MASTER-AT-ARMS, us navy

Provide force protection enhancement of Navy bases, installations, property, and personnel; Complete security reports and documents; Inspections, shake-downs, operation of communication equipment; Use of emergency vehicles, non-lethal weapons, small arms, and medium machine guns; Verify identification; Proficient in primary and secondary weapons; Maritime security and emergency vessel tactics, combat first aid and basic life support; Recognition of improvised explosives devices and chemical, biological, and radiological environments; terrorist threat analysis.

EDUCATION

2017-PRESENT, EXPECTED DATE OF COMPLETION-2019

MASTERS OF SCIENCE: FORENSIC SCIENCE, saint leo university

MAY 2016

BACHELORS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE: CRIMINALISTICS, saint leo university

MAY 2006

DIPLOMA, palm bay senior high school

SKILLS

Collection, packaging, and preservation of evidence

Crime Scene Sketching

Crime Scene Photography

Courtroom testimony

Rotating shift flexibility

Motivated team member

CERTIFICATIONS/TRAINING

DCJS-Virginia Private Security Service: Unarmed Security Officer Exp: 4/30/2018

Heartsaver First Aid CPR AED Exp: 12/2017

FEMA IS-00100.FWa Introduction to the Incident Command System for Federal Workers

FEMA IS-00100.LEb Introduction to the Incident Command System for Law Enforcement

FEMA IS-00200.b ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incident

FEMA IS-00546.12 Continuity of Operations Awareness Course

FEMA IS-00700.a National Incident Management System (NIMS), an Introduction

FEMA IS-00800.a National Response Plan (NRP), an Introduction

FEMA IS-00800.b National Response Framework, an Introduction

American College of Forensic Examiners Institute Certification in Homeland Security- Levels I, II, and III

SIRCHIE: Fire and Arson Investigation Basics

SIRCHIE: Searching for Blood: Essentials of Using Luminol & BLUESTAR

SIRCHIE: Discovering and Documenting Clandestine Graves

Virginia DFS- Basic Crime Scene Photography

Suffolk, VA- Crime Scene Investigation Course

VA Forensic Science Homicide Scene Seminar (2017)

Virginia DFS-Special Techniques for Advanced Photographers

Tidewater Forensic Group-Bloodstain Training

Virginia Beach Police Department-Entomology Collection Training

AWARDS

Outstanding Teamwork-July 26, 2018

Outstanding Teamwork-October 30, 2018



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