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Seek the Challenging Position of Senior Police Officer
A highly talented Police officer with huge experience in performing a variety of full performance technical law enforcement duties related to enforcing the laws, maintaining the peace, and protecting the citizens of New York City.
Summary of Qualifications
- More than eight years experience.
- Considerable knowledge of New York City and its street systems; modern law enforcement principles, procedures, techniques and equipment
- Exceptional knowledge of applicable Federal, State, County, and City laws and ordinances and departmental rules and regulations.
- Excellent working knowledge of hazardous waste classifications and emergency procedures related to control, containment and confinement; principles of law enforcement administration; investigative procedures and practices; legal liabilities associated with arrest and law enforcement; court room procedures and laws of evidence.
- Uncommon skills in the use of firearms, the operation of police vehicles and other specialized equipment including breathalyzers, radar units, police batons and restraining devices; basic CPR, First Aid and emergency response driving.
- Strong ability to react effectively in emergency and stress situations; ability to exhibit imagination, initiative and problem-solving capability in coping with a variety of law enforcement situations.
- Profound ability to operate a personal computer and various programs, such as Microsoft Word, Excel, etc.
- Sound ability to follow standard safety practices and procedures common to law enforcement work.
- Remarkable ability to perform work requiring good physical condition.
- Immense ability to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing.
- Proven ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, other agencies and the public. .
New York City Police Department, NY 1998 - Present
Police Officer (stationed to New York City University)
- Patrol assigned areas to check building security, assist and back-up student building security personnel, and check for and remedy hazardous or potential criminal situations.
- Enforce vehicle operation and parking laws.
- Direct traffic.
- Answer calls involving fires, accidents, and various misdemeanors and felonies.
- Make arrests and issues citations.
- Gather preliminary information as responding officer on criminal calls, prepares relevant reports to pass the information gathered on to the assigned investigator, assist investigator in case preparation and act as criminal investigator for the department as required.
- Maintain surveillance on criminal suspects and unauthorized persons on campus.
- Escort bank deposits in accordance with established University policies.
- Escort prisoners and serve warrants.
- Complete reports of arrests, accidents, interviews, and evidence of property received.
- Attend training sessions.
- Act as trainer of new personnel.
- Assist in case preparation as required.
- Testify in court.
New York City Police Department, NY 1997 - 1998
Probationer Police Officer (stationed to New York City University)
- Performed general patrol duties; drove patrol car in an unspecified pattern and at varying speeds in order to increase police visibility, to discourage traffic violations and other criminal activity, and to discover crimes in progress.
- Observed doors and windows of banks and business establishments to ensure their security and to check for signs of damage and/or illegal entry.
- Drove to and around areas of high crime incidence to look for criminal and immoral activity, and to make presence known to prevent criminal activity.
- Performed duties at the scene of a motor vehicle accident.
- Summoned emergency equipment needed at an accident scene, in order to provide the necessary services as quickly as possible.
- Protected accident scene from disturbance; removed (or assists in removing) dead or injured from wrecked vehicles.
- Interviewed operators, occupants, and witnesses in order to help determine how, when, and why the accident occurred; completed accident report forms.
- Performed service calls; examined ill or injured persons and administered the appropriate first aid treatment in order to prevent further injury or loss of life.
- Performed duties at the scene of a fight or domestic dispute.
- Separated parties involved in a fight situation by physically intervening or escorting one party out of reach of the other, in order to prevent injury to any of the parties involved; attempted to calm parties involved in a fight situation in order to gain control of the situation.
- Performed duties for control of emergency situation; secured the scene of a crime or emergency by blocking off the area with barricades, ropes, etc., and by standing guard, in order to prevent damage, loss, or injury.
Education and Professional Training
Valid motor vehicle operator's license issued by the State of New York
Community School, Tarrytown, NY
High School Diploma (1997)