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14 Tottenham Court Road
London, England W1T 1JY
Cell: 07956 654 32
Reliable Police Officer dedicated to saving lives, increasing community safety, and decreasing crime rates. Over 10 years in law enforcement, including assisting citizens, investigating accidents, and conducting routine patrols. Exceptional report writing ability. Extensive conflict and crisis prevention experience
Search and seizure laws familiarity
Felony laws knowledge
Drug laws enforcement
Calm under pressure
Crime prevention training
July 2009 to Current
London City Police Department London, England
Prepare cases for trial and appeared and testified in court as a witness.
Conduct covert, undercover investigations to uncover ongoing crimes and crimes in progress.
Mediate domestic-related disturbances and protected victims from harm.
Participate in high-speed vehicle chases in serious and emergency situations.
Assist in conducting traffic surveys to determine problem areas.
Developed and implemented new teen outreach programme with Sergeant to address rising drug usage in area.
Improved mugging rates in downtown and tourist areas by proposing patrol route policy changes which were implemented by department.
February 2006 to June 2009
Manchester City Police Department Manchester, England
Gathered preliminary investigation information as a first responder to crime scenes.
Responded quickly to dispatch and took appropriate action at crime and disaster scenes.
Directed traffic during emergency and congested situations.
Instructed suspects on field sobriety tests and used portable equipment to perform tests.
Liaised with school counsellors and administrators regarding juvenile offenders.
July 2002 to March 2006
London Emergency Communications London, England
Maintained optimal up time to ensure all emergency calls received attention.
Followed procures diligently, documented notes thoroughly, and provided prompt assistance.
Volunteered for extra shifts when department was short-staffed.
Received several commendations for exceptional performance.
2002 Jay Johnson College of Criminal Justice London, England
Associate of Science Criminal Justice
Recipient of Marsha Whit Honours Scholarship
Law Enforcement and Justice Administration coursework