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Detective Squad Sergeant tenured twenty four years with the New York City Police Department experienced in sexual assault, missing person and other criminal investigations. disaster scene management, intra agency communication and partnership development with public and private sector entities. Previous NYS Certified State Lecturer on disaster scene response and management. Current NARSO course instructor for Human Trafficking and Drug Trends in school settings.
Deputy Sheriff / Retired Police Officer with twenty three plus years in law enforcement, including assisting citizens, investigating accidents, conducting routine patrols and enforcing State and Local laws/ordinances. Exceptional report writing ability. Extensive conflict and crisis prevention training. Practice safe security measures and conflict resolution techniques to handle crisis and emergency situations. Committed to serving and protecting citizens from crime and dangerous activities. Quick thinking and skilled in assessing risks and making critical decisions under extreme pressure. Versed in dealing with a wide range of difficult situations with a level head and calm disposition.
Supervise property entrances and exits and monitor employee safety. Report daily activity, incidents and irregularities, including equipment and property damage, theft and presence of unauthorized persons. Float between security locations to check in with officers, assess security and make proactive adjustments based on changing conditions.
Provide Courthouse Security. Serve paperwork for the Civil Process Division. FOID card compliance. Assist in transport of prisoners to court, medical appointments, etc.. Training Coordinator and other duties as requested or needed.
Provide Courthouse Security. Operate screening devices and monitor people entering the courthouse. Assigned to a courtroom by the Supervisors. Conduct 'pat downs' and identification. Screen tools of contractors and other personnel. Direct entering public for scanning. Serve in positions of Blocker Post, Point Post or Back Up Searcher. Provide entry screening for Grand Jury juror selection and proceedings. Aid in detection of contraband and assist deputies as directed. Maintain regular attendance and punctuality. Assigned to a remote field court location to perform the above duties. Completed training at the main Courthouse.
Interact regularly with detained juveniles at the Kane County Juvenile Detention Center. Provide crisis intervention and de-escalation as necessary to maintain safety and security. Maintain accurate electronic and handwritten records and data on detained juveniles. Perform physical searches of juveniles and transport vehicles for contraband. Physically intervene and restrain violent juveniles using a trained skill to manage disruptive behavior. Provide transport for detained juveniles to and from the Kane County Juvenile Detention Center to the Dupage County Courthouse. Participate in and attend required departmental meetings and training. Serve as liaison for all probation and Court personnel with the Kane County Juvenile Justice Center and other duties as assigned.
Gather preliminary investigation information as a first responder to crime scenes. Respond quickly to dispatch and took appropriate action at crime and disaster scenes. Prepare cases for trial and testify in court as a witness. Write reports on arrests made, activities performed and unusual incidents observed. Serve active warrants and subpoenas. Patrol designated districts in a patrol car, on bicycle and on foot. Mediate domestic-related disturbances and protect victims from harm. Search vehicles, buildings, homes and property for evidence and stolen property. Write detailed arrest and accident reports. Organize and record facts to prepare incident reports. Enforce State laws and Local Ordinance violations. Reinforce positive community policing.
- Metropolitan Alliance of Police member (Retired)
- I received two (2) Life Saving Awards during my career
- Accident Investigation certified
- Evidence Technician certified
- Licensed Breath Operator in the State of Illinois
- CPR / AED trained and certified
- Firearms expert
- Defensive Tactics trained
- Volunteer various organizations (animal shelter, Young Hearts for Life, Shop with a Cop)
- Oswegoland Optimist Club member (President Elect)
During a twenty year tenure with The New Haven Police Department, I've had various responsibilities. As an Officer duties consisted of responding to calls for service, ensuring the safety of my co-workers, the public, and property. As an Officer numerous arrest were effected (via arrest warrant and custodial ), all with minimal Internal Affairs complaints lodged by the public. Strong personal ties were established within the community that I served as result of working closely with its residents. I am proud to have been part of team who helped improve the quality of life of a community. I have received various awards of recognition and merit for my service.
As a Detective of seven years duties consisted of conducting in depth and details investigations of various crimes as referred to me by the Patrol Division. Various responsibilities consisted of time and case management, case prioritization, conducting interviews, preparing and completing arrest warrant applications. While hold the rank of Detective I have also received various awards of recognition and merit for my service.
As a Sergeant a great deal of my responsibilities consisted of "people management " as well as ensuring the Officers under my supervision preformed their duties efficiently and effectively.
Police Sergeant with 21 years in law enforcement, including present assignments as Officer in Charge of the Records Division and supervisor of a squad of 4-5 patrol officers. Highly educated and self-motivated individual with strong leadership skills and job knowledge who embraces a teamwork approach and whose qualifications are well-suited for the open position of Lieutenant.
NJSP Graduate Studies Program
Minor in Political Science
Graduated Cum Laude
Assigned to Patrol Division. Required to use excellent problem solving and communication skills on a daily basis to positively interact with members of the public, make arrests, enforce traffic laws, write detailed reports, and investigate traffic accidents and crime. Ensure all departmental reports are accurate and professional, as well as compile statistical data as assistant records officer. Catalog and track property as the lost and found officer.
Assigned to both Child Support Enforcement Division and Adult Supervision Division. Enforced court ordered child support through wage garnishments and issuance of arrest warrants and coordinated Bergen County License Suspension Program while assigned to Child Support Enforcement Division. One of two officers responsible for specialized caseload of domestic violence offenders while assigned to Adult Supervision.
Cataloged and organized fingerprint card and mugshot files. Learned the county system of identification. Interacted with officers to learn about crime scene investigation and criminal identification.