***-** **** ***, *******, NY 11360 • Cell: 347-***-**** • email@example.com Law Enforcement Officer with extensive knowledge of law practices, investigation techniques and security equipment operation. Focused, detail-oriented Law Enforcement, with more than 27 years protecting corporate assets and maintaining safety. Seasoned Correction Officer with a successful background in law enforcement and escort services. Expertise in conducting investigations and writing detailed reports. Conscientious Law Enforcement adept at managing security risks with ease and using judgment to resolve problem situations. Law Enforcement Officer who remains on high alert at all times and maintains excellent coverage. Quick thinker with strong critical thinking capabilities. Well-versed in identifying potential risks and using common sense in high-stress situations. Physically fit Security Guard adept at defending clients and their assets. Weapons expert who possesses excellent self control in difficult situations. U.S. Marine well-versed in identifying potential risks and using common sense in high-stress situations. Service member who remains on high alert at all times and maintains excellent coverage. Quick thinker with strong critical thinking capabilities. Government security clearance
Theft prevention training
Crisis intervention training
Conflict resolution techniques
Risk analysis training
Superior customer service
U.S. Marine, 08/1982 to 07/1986
Guard Company Marine Barracks – Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Actively patrolled assigned areas to prevent and detect crimes. Apprehended offenders and conducted interviews and interrogations. Assisted in special investigations and crime prevention programs. Responded quickly to suspected bomb threats and evacuated buildings to search for explosive devices.
Gathered necessary information for court appearances and testified as a witness under oath in court. Security Officer, 08/1986 to 07/1989
St. Lukes/Roosevelt Hospital – New York, N.Y.
Actively patrolled assigned areas to prevent and detect crimes. Investigated and reported crimes, accidents, offenses and damage to property. Apprehended offenders and conducted interviews and interrogations. Wrote reports on property damage, theft, presence of unauthorized persons and unusual occurrences.
Denied entrance to the building to unauthorized persons. Monitored and authorized entrance and departure of employees and visitors. Monitored central alarm system for fire alarms and responded when needed. Warned offenders about rule infractions and violations and verbally evicted violators from premises.
Secured all doors in the office and main building after hours. Detected suspicious activities and watched for criminal acts and rule infractions. Police Officer, 07/1989 to 04/2000
New York City Police Department – New York, NY
Actively patrolled assigned areas to prevent and detect crimes. Enforced all traffic laws and ordinances and checked speed with radar. Issued warnings and citations for traffic violations. Conducted thorough investigations of serious injury and fatality traffic accidents. Investigated and reported crimes, accidents, offenses and damage to property. Conducted preliminary investigations at the scenes of major crimes. Secured crime scenes, gathered evidence and questioned witnesses. Apprehended offenders and conducted interviews and interrogations. Assisted in special investigations and crime prevention programs. Responded immediately to calls involving automobile accidents and criminal activity. Booked suspects and processed mug shots and fingerprints. Apprehended suspects, read Miranda Rights and transported offenders to jail. Gathered necessary information for court appearances and testified as a witness under oath in court. Removed disabled vehicles and obstructions from roadways. Bus Operator, 05/2000 to 02/2001
N.Y.C. Transit Department of Buses – New York, NY
Delivered to residential and commercial locations. Successfully avoided time delivery delays by carefully planning best routes. Checked vehicles to ensure that mechanical, safety, and emergency equipment is in good working order
Employed land navigation techniques
Inspected and maintained vehicle supplies and equipment, such as gas, oil, water, tires, lights, and brakes, to ensure that vehicles are in proper working condition Maintained logs of working hours and of vehicle service and repair status, following applicable state and federal regulations
Correction Officer, 10/2001 to Current
New York City Department of Correction – Queens, NY Oversaw All juveniles/ Adults in a correctional residential facility and controlled preparation of court productions the Correctional setting.
Maintained the custody and control of all inmates housed in the Adolescent/ adult aged 50 plus unit. Conducted routine and emergency head counts.
Completed intake paperwork, fingerprints and searches. Booked new inmates into facility and processed inmates for release. Received and accounted for personal possessions and determined inmate work assignments. Searched the building and grounds, living quarters and work areas for contraband. Prepared, processed and maintained forms, reports, logs, records and activity journals. Verified facility security by inspecting plumbing, outside areas, locks and cells for potential hazards. Tracked inmates through head counts, visitor logs and scheduled activities. Escorted inmates to and from cells, court, hospitals and medical appointments. Determined and assigned inmates to appropriate housing. Created and maintained arrest files on all inmates processed through the jail. Notified victims of upcoming inmate releases.
Supervised youths daily activities, including school, meals and recreation time. Built solid relationships with staff and residents to help keep the institution safe and secure. Established healthy relationships and maintained professional boundaries with resident offenders in the institution.
Supervised and directed juvenile movement during various activities on campus. Made regular sanitation and maintenance checks of dorms and reported results to appropriate personnel.
Physically restrained juveniles when disturbances required physical intervention. Additional Information
High School Diploma: 1981
Franklin K. Lane H.S. - Queens, NY
Industry & Technology Academic Achievement Award
21 CREDITS: Behavioral Science, 1993
John Jay College of Criminal Justice - New York, NY 21 Under Graduate credits
36 Police Academy credits
36 Correction Academy credits
Coursework in Criminal Justice and Criminology
Coursework in Law Enforcement, Correctional Administration and Information Security Systems References: N.Y.C.D.O.C. 1-718-***-****