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Top 48 Detective Sergeant Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Detective Sergeant. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Detective Sergeant resumes they appeared on. For example, 10.0% of Detective Sergeant resumes contained Crime Scenes as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Detective Sergeant actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Detective Sergeant

1. Crime Scenes
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Here's how Crime Scenes is used in Detective Sergeant jobs:
  • Examine crime scenes to gather physical evidence and other information relevant to the identification and prosecution of violators of criminal laws.
  • Responded to and effectively managed major crime scenes and participated in community relations.
  • Examined crime scenes, gathered physical evidence and relevant information.
  • Supervised all criminal investigations and crime scenes.
  • Examine crime scenes to obtain clues and evidence, such as loose hairs, fibers, clothing, or weapons.
  • Visit, and inspect crime scenes as well as collect evidence, and other information to support a case.
  • Processed crime scenes to include evidence collection as well as supervised the operation of the Evidence Room.
  • Process crime scenes, collect trace and physical evidence, interview witnesses/suspects and testify in court proceedings.
  • Tasked with reviewing and assigning reports, conducting case management and overseeing major crime scenes and incidents.
  • Detect, document and retrieve evidence at crime scenes, including examining latent fingerprints for Identification.
  • Take command of major crime scenes and direct and supervise the efforts of all personnel involved.
  • Process and secure evidence from crime scenes and potential crime scenes for evidence.
  • Prepare diagrams, charts, and drawings and take photographs of crime scenes.
  • Processed crime scenes by collecting evidence and taking crime scene photographs.
  • Preserved crime scenes, gathered evidence, and arrested suspects.
  • Provide direction and control to subordinate investigators at crime scenes.
  • Respond to major crime scenes and supervise detectives on scene.
  • Investigated and processed Crime Scenes and also general Police duties.
  • Secured crime scenes, gathered evidence and questioned witnesses.
  • Identify and preserve evidence at crime scenes.

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2. Criminal Investigations
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Here's how Criminal Investigations is used in Detective Sergeant jobs:
  • Conducted criminal investigations, arrested violators, supervised Patrol Officers, Administrative duties, Prepared search and arrest warrant
  • Provided extensive research on units which performed criminal investigations for exceeding territorial unit abilities.
  • Supervised police officers on uniform patrol and detectives in the Criminal Investigations Unit.
  • Supervised the investigative section personnel, assisting and reviewing ongoing criminal investigations.
  • Provide investigative expertise to troopers relative to criminal investigations and case supervision.
  • Coordinated directly with the Assistant District Attorney on all criminal investigations.
  • Conducted thorough, well-organized Criminal Investigations alongside implementing raid scene plans.
  • Testify in court, giving specific information regarding criminal investigations.
  • Planned, organized, directed and coordinated criminal investigations.
  • Conducted and reviewed criminal investigations within the city.
  • Testify in criminal court on criminal investigations.
  • Coordinated and supervised criminal investigations.
  • Trained and supervised 7 Detectives assigned to the Criminal Investigations Division and their ongoing cases.
  • Selected to develop and supervise criminal investigations Economic Crimes Division (fraud).
  • Manage a team of detectives that conduct criminal investigations.
  • Provided direction and case management pertaining to all criminal investigations to approximately 55 enlisted members assigned to Totowa Sub.
  • Conducted wide variety of criminal investigations, both self-initiated and as follow up to patrol initiated investigations.
  • Supervised and oversaw all Criminal Investigations and administrative aspects of Totowa Sub Station Detective Bureau.
  • Field Operations Bureau Criminal Investigations Office, Tuckerton/A.C.
  • Conducted complex criminal investigations Participated in interagency task forces/investigations Prepared cases for prosecution Conducted interviews Conducted surveillance operations Gathered and evaluated evidence

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3. Detective Bureau
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Here's how Detective Bureau is used in Detective Sergeant jobs:
  • Directed and worked with Detective Bureau personnel who maintained investigative clearance rates that were consistently well over industry standards.
  • General Investigations Supervision of the entire detective bureau including evidence/id bureau, juvenile and investigations.
  • Supervised and managed personnel in an investigative section of the Detective Bureau.
  • Served in General Detective Bureau, Surveillance Unit & Narcotics.
  • Continue to investigate criminal cases sent to the Detective Bureau.
  • Supervised day to day operations of the detective bureau.
  • Head of detective bureau, supervising 25 deputies!
  • Established and maintained budget for detective bureau.
  • Direct Detective Bureau investigations involving- Bank Robberies, Home Invasions, Assaults, and Property thefts.

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4. Present Evidence
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5. Vehicle Patrols
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Here's how Vehicle Patrols is used in Detective Sergeant jobs:
  • Conducted vehicle patrols in Baltimore City to observe violators of traffic or criminal laws.

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6. Police Department
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Here's how Police Department is used in Detective Sergeant jobs:
  • Collaborated with various divisions of the police department and other agencies which developed evidence for prosecution.
  • Conducted confidential criminal and internal investigations of members of the police department.
  • Serve as an Administrator representing Marietta College Police Department.
  • Supervised the investigative division of the police departments.
  • Submitted these documents and reports to the San Angelo Police Department's Internal Affairs Division for final disposition.
  • Conducted full background investigations on all potential employees of the police department, both sworn and non-sworn.
  • Created the first public relations pamphlet, which consists of all police department contact information.
  • Served on the Police Department Tactical Unit as well as the Unit Hostage Negotiator.
  • Retired after a decorated 22-year career with the New York Police Department.
  • Teach fraud investigation to cadets in the Norman Police Department.
  • Coordinate with three different police departments assigned to the H.I.D.T.A.
  • Conduct training as the lead instructor for various Police Departments.
  • Supervised officers in various units of the police department.
  • Created the Beth Israel Police Departments Investigations Unit.
  • Designed and implemented the online Northeast Wisconsin Property Recovery System (NEWPRS) for the Kenosha Police Department.
  • Collaborated fully with other units within the Raeford Police Department and agencies in other jurisdictions.
  • Complete reports and manage the Ejustice reporting system utilized by the Roman Forest Police Department.
  • Developed and managed the first drug destruction of the Eatonville Police Department.
  • Key Accomplishments: Recognized with New Braunfels Police Department Meritorious Service Award.
  • Work Assignments Los Angeles Police Department [ ] 24 years of service Los Angeles Police Department.

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7. Law Enforcement
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Here's how Law Enforcement is used in Detective Sergeant jobs:
  • Prepared and presented crisis management plan to train other Law Enforcement and Emergency Management personnel on emergency procedures.
  • Collaborated with States Attorney office, victim advocacy groups and other law enforcement jurisdictions concerning cases.
  • Supervised and participated in under cover surveillance and details involving uniform and other law enforcement agencies.
  • Recognized as a Master Instructor and communicator of law enforcement regulations and standards.
  • Managed communication with local law enforcement to coordinate enforcement plans.
  • Provide assistance to other law enforcement and/or regulatory agencies.
  • Interview accused, victims, witnesses, family members, and law enforcement personnel to obtain statements and other relevant documentation.
  • Formed a liaison with other law enforcement agencies as well as the media as the Public Information Officer.
  • Awarded the Chief's Letter of Commendation, which honors skilled work in law enforcement in 2005.
  • Oversee the coordination of law enforcement, fire and community service responses, on-site at major events.
  • Consulted with local law enforcement to increase awareness of crime patterns and assist in investigations.
  • Liaised with state, local and federal law enforcement agencies, including homeland security.
  • Cultivate and develop relationships with area law enforcement agencies and leaders in the community.
  • Prepare and teach law enforcement courses to First Line Supervisors at Connecticut Police Academy.
  • Conducted joint operations with local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies.
  • Worked extensively with local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies.
  • Assist in training of law enforcement personnel at the training facility.
  • Served as liaison with other law enforcement agencies supervisors.
  • Network with other law enforcement agencies.
  • Collaborated and implemented strategies with numerous municipal and federal law enforcement agencies involving multi-jurisdictional conspiracy and organized crime cases.

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8. Arrest Warrants
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Here's how Arrest Warrants is used in Detective Sergeant jobs:
  • Review and approve investigation reports; oversee enforcement operations including undercover operations, search and arrest warrants.
  • Conduct felony and misdemeanor criminal investigations, prepare and file arrest warrants, search warrants, requests for non testimonial evidence.
  • Led a 24/7 team of eight plainclothes detectives in the execution of arrest warrants and the apprehension of violent felons.
  • Prepared and executed arrest warrants, search warrants, raid plans, undercover operations and press releases.
  • Obtained and executed search warrants and arrest warrants needed to collect evidence and to arrest criminal offenders.
  • Prepare complaints and affidavits for submission to Judge for issuance of arrest warrants and search warrants.
  • Prepare and execute search and arrest warrants; collection, processing and preservation of evidence.
  • Conduct traffic stops, plan the execution and execute both search and arrest warrants.
  • Write incident reports detailing facts of an investigation write both search and arrest warrants.
  • Prepare and Execute Search and Seizure Warrants along with Arrest Warrants.
  • Serve arrest warrants by locating, securing, and processing offenders.
  • Reviewed and approved all criminal cases, search and arrest warrants.
  • Executed arrest warrants, locating and taking persons into custody.
  • Author and execute arrest warrants and search warrants.
  • Obtain and use search and arrest warrants.
  • Prepare and serve search and arrest warrants.
  • Review and approve reports, arrest warrants and search warrants .

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9. Homicide
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Here's how Homicide is used in Detective Sergeant jobs:
  • Experienced Patrol deputy Investigations, crimes against persons primarily Homicide lead investigator Instructor Sheriffs Academy in criminal investigations
  • Lead Investigator on three successful homicide investigations and one attempted murder shooting.
  • Served as lead investigator and case agent on several homicide investigations.
  • Supervised and conducted investigations, interviews regarding homicide/sexual assault-related arrests.
  • Participated in the county homicide investigators team.
  • Assist Detectives with Homicide investigations.
  • Supervised investigations, including homicide, robbery, sexual battery, violent crime, organized crime, narcotics trafficking, etc.
  • Performed as the lead investigator in five homicides of which four were cleared by arrest and successfully prosecuted in county court.
  • Assigned to the Major Crimes Unit and responsible for the investigation of homicide, aggravated assault and weapons-related offenses.
  • Managed cases ranging from homicides to thefts, which also included internal investigations with MSP personnel and allied agencies.
  • Served four years as an investigator of Cold Case Homicides, which had occurred between 1976 and 1997.
  • Conduct complete and in-depth criminal investigations on all types of crimes ranging from homicide to financial crimes.
  • Supervised Maine State Police Detectives in investigations of Homicide and other serious crimes against people.
  • Supervised investigations involving deaths by means of homicide, suicide, and unknown causes.
  • Responded to all major crimes including homicides, armed robberies and all major felonies.
  • Investigated crimes involving homicide, robberies, and sexual assaults.
  • Responded to all gang assaults and homicides.
  • Investigated violent crimes, including homicide.
  • Supervised five detectives responsible for violent crime and property offense investigations Served as lead homicide investigator
  • Crash Reconstructionist on local and county Vehicular Homicide Units.

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10. Financial Crimes
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Here's how Financial Crimes is used in Detective Sergeant jobs:
  • Constructed long-cycle cases analyzing and painstakingly assembling spreadsheets and evidence chains chronicling financial crimes.
  • Investigate all types of financial crimes, ranging from Petty Misdemeanors to Class A Felonies.
  • Specialize in financial crimes, including theft, forgery, credit card and computer fraud.
  • State Certified Forensic Interviewer and certified to investigate: Financial Crimes, Fraud & Forgery.
  • Investigate financial crimes and fraudulent matters.
  • Assigned as primary investigator/supervisor for Financial Crimes Investigations Unit.

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11. Robbery
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Here's how Robbery is used in Detective Sergeant jobs:
  • Identify crime patterns, conduct analysis of robbery data, review robbery recidivist list.
  • Received 2 Red Cross Life Saving Awards*Apprehended Bank Robbery Suspects on 2 Different Crimes
  • Received 92% clearance rate on robbery cases from 2003-2004.
  • assigned to the Sixth Police District as Robbery Investigations Commander.

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12. Background Checks
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Here's how Background Checks is used in Detective Sergeant jobs:
  • Conducted all background checks for future employees and assist in evaluating new hires.
  • Background checks, surveillance, accessing sensitive information.
  • Conduct background checks of qualified applicants.
  • Reviewed subordinate police reports and employment background checks.

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13. Criminal Acts
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Here's how Criminal Acts is used in Detective Sergeant jobs:
  • Interview witnesses to criminal acts, suspects, victims, informants, and others in order to obtain relevant information.

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14. Sexual Harassment
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15. Burglary
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Here's how Burglary is used in Detective Sergeant jobs:
  • Supervised and investigated numerous electronic wiretap investigations involving burglary rings, narcotics organizations, and organized crime syndicates.
  • Supervised the Detective Squad and oversaw all investigations primarily for burglary and robbery.
  • Investigate all types of Crimes: Robbery, Burglary, Computer, Sexual Assault, Assault, Narcotics and Larceny.
  • Assigned fraud, burglary and other property crime cases to the appropriate detectives and supervised cases.
  • Patrol Answer complaints of Burglary, theft, mischief etc.
  • Assigned as primary investigator/supervisor for Burglary and Theft Investigations unit.
  • Retired) Commanding Officer of the 34 Precinct Robbery Burglary Apprehension Module.

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16. Court Hearings
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17. Commander
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Here's how Commander is used in Detective Sergeant jobs:
  • Prepared detailed analysis reports for large-scale department briefings, providing a foundation for inquiry for police executives and local commanders.
  • Plan strategies to further investigations and disseminate information to the District Commander which also entails monitoring all ongoing investigations.
  • Watch Commander responsible for administrative functions including staffing levels, overtime allotment, and performance evaluations of team members.
  • Formulated the annual budgeting for the Investigative Department with monthly reporting responsibilities to Division Commander.
  • Interacted with other precinct Detective Squad Commanders to review and identify potential patterned crimes.
  • Received and evaluated reports on investigations and prepared reports for District and Borough Commanders.
  • Performed duties of Acting Watch Commander, as needed, when he /she was not present for their tour.
  • Assisted the Post Commander with creating work site policy direction, strategic planning and leadership for investigative functions.
  • Served as Special Response Team Commander and currently Assistant Commander.
  • Reported directly to the Commander of Training.
  • Reported directed to the Bureau Commander daily.
  • Served as Acting Commander of 24 detectives.
  • Acted as Watch Commander in his absence.
  • assigned to the Second District as Persons Crimes Investigations Unit Commander/Interim Investigative Unit Commander/Interim Second Police District Commander.
  • Performed Commander duties in his absence, including training entry-level investigators and writing reports.
  • Second in Command for the Detective Division, in-charge in the absence of the Division Commander .
  • Conducted special projects at the direction of the Special Operations Commander.
  • Supervised investigations 21 years Safe, Loft & Truck Squad and Major Case 11 years Detective Squad Commander, Detective Borough Queens

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18. Criminal Cases
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Here's how Criminal Cases is used in Detective Sergeant jobs:
  • Investigate all other criminal cases to include drug-related homicide, felony fugitive apprehension and Organized Crime.
  • Collaborated with prosecutor and external agencies to present criminal cases and resolve problems.
  • Evaluated and determined on a daily basis, which criminal cases will be assigned to the 8 detectives under my supervision.
  • Served as custodian of financial fund used for undercover investigations and managed disbursement of funds for use during criminal cases.
  • Manage all criminal cases that occur in the detention facility and communicate my findings with the Prosecutor's Office.
  • Acted as representative for our agency with the District Attorneys Office on major criminal cases.
  • Investigated complex criminal cases, often high profile and under scrutiny of media.
  • Conduct complex criminal investigations in order to prevent crimes and solve criminal cases.
  • Work all criminal cases that are assigned to me i.e.
  • Carry out investigations to prevent crimes and solve criminal cases.
  • Exercise considerable initiative, independence and judgment in order to solve various criminal cases for numerous sections of Iredell County.
  • Worked along side the Washington County Prosecutor's office in preparing criminal cases.
  • Conduct lie detector test during investigation of criminal cases .
  • Investigated criminal cases reported to the WKU police Evidence Assistant Manager Court liaison for WKU Police

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19. Firearms
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Here's how Firearms is used in Detective Sergeant jobs:
  • Certified by NYS Municipal Police Training Council as a General Topics Instructor and certified as a NYS Law Enforcement Firearms Instructor.
  • Assisted with writing and the execution of Search & Seizure Warrants; seized currency and firearms related to narcotic activity.
  • Establish probable cause to obtain warrants, leading to arrests and the seizure of narcotics, firearms and other contraband.
  • Procured grant funding for Firearms Examiner which allowed the Department to be self-sufficient as to all firearms examinations.
  • Joint Operations with Drug Enforcement Agency, Alcohol Tobacco & Firearms Task Force, US Customs and FBI.
  • Worked with Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms on numerous cases.
  • Act 235 Certification, Qualified as Distinguished Expert with firearms.
  • Assisted in writing standards for certification for the firearms unit.
  • Served on several multi-agency law enforcement efforts including FBI Firearms Task Force and Joint Terrorism Task Force.

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20. Domestic Violence
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Here's how Domestic Violence is used in Detective Sergeant jobs:
  • Instructed seminars for International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators, California Coalition Against Sexual Assault, Alabama Domestic Violence Conference.
  • Served as Homicide Investigator, Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Investigator and Juvenile and FamilyServices Investigator.
  • Researched, designed and administered domestic violence and juvenile training for entire department.
  • Developed new domestic violence protocol, threat assessment program, field training program, investigations unit for USA Police.
  • Performed investigations on narcotic, vice, sex, child abuse and exploitation, domestic violence and homicide.
  • Handled and submitted budget, wrote policy manual, wrote policy on domestic violence and submitted grants.
  • Conducted Internal Affairs Investigation and worked closely with the victims of domestic violence.
  • Revised the Domestic Violence Policies & Procedures Handbook.
  • Served as the Domestic Violence Coordinator.

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21. Federal Agencies
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Here's how Federal Agencies is used in Detective Sergeant jobs:
  • Coordinated with agencies within the State of New Jersey, as well as out-of-state and federal agencies.
  • Develop and maintain a working relationship local, state, and federal agencies.
  • Worked in conjunction with other statewide units or federal agencies as needed.
  • Coordinate tactical operations between local, state and federal agencies.
  • Collaborate with federal agencies, including the FBI, DEA, ATF and IRS.
  • Worked closely with State and Federal Agencies on multijurisdictional drug and weapons investigations.
  • Work with various County, State and Federal agencies in a professional manner.

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22. Substance Abuse
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Here's how Substance Abuse is used in Detective Sergeant jobs:
  • Program - Substance Abuse and Violence Education - Educating elementaryschool age students in 13 different schools throughout Polk County.

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23. Undercover Operations
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Here's how Undercover Operations is used in Detective Sergeant jobs:
  • Participated in advanced surveillance and undercover operations between New York and New Jersey.
  • Supervised and instructed detectives in narcotics investigations, surveillance and undercover operations.
  • Conduct surveillance and undercover operations.
  • Instruct classes in Undercover Operations and Surveillance Techniques at the New Hampshire Police Academy.
  • Developed investigative plans, prioritizedinvestigations, conducted covert surveillance and undercover operations.

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24. Identity Theft
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Here's how Identity Theft is used in Detective Sergeant jobs:
  • Educate the public on how not to become victims of financial fraud and identity theft.
  • Worked with establishing grants for internet crimes and identity theft.

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25. Secret Service
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Here's how Secret Service is used in Detective Sergeant jobs:
  • Served as Investigations Unit Group Supervisor, as well as work on U.S. Secret Service Electronic Crimes Task Force.
  • Forged partnerships with local FBI agencies, The United States Secret Service, and Homeland Security.
  • Worked in conjunction with the FBI, Secret Service, DEA and ATF.
  • Task force officer for United States Secret Service (Cyber crimes and financial crimes).

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26. Grand Jury
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Here's how Grand Jury is used in Detective Sergeant jobs:
  • Assigned to present cases to the State's Grand Jury monthly since 2013.
  • Provided testimony in criminal trials, administrative hearings, and grand jury hearings.
  • Testified before court and grand jury and appeared in court as witness.
  • Testify before court and grand jury.

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27. Clearance
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Here's how Clearance is used in Detective Sergeant jobs:
  • Named Detective Sergeant after only two years at the department due to high clearance rates and effectiveness.
  • Increased clearance rate by recommending the CPD tip line be printed on all crime scene tape.
  • Trained investigators on crime solvability factors that increased efficiency in clearance rate.
  • Earned consistent recognition for unit's high clearance rates.

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28. Juvenile Offenders
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29. Federal Bureau
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Here's how Federal Bureau is used in Detective Sergeant jobs:
  • Performed overt and undercover investigation of domestic terrorism for the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
  • Trained for counter-surveillance with Federal Bureau of Investigation counterpart for 2004 Democratic National Convention.
  • Worked with Federal Bureau of Investigations on all types of investigations, bank robberies, money laundering, etc.
  • Assigned as the City Newark, NJ Police liaison to the Federal Bureau of Investigation Joint Terrorism Task Force.
  • Coordinated all efforts done in conjunction with the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
  • Coordinated operations with the Federal Bureau of Investigations, U.S.

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30. Confidential Informants
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Here's how Confidential Informants is used in Detective Sergeant jobs:
  • Develop sources of information; locate and interview confidential informants.
  • Recruited confidential informants for information on drug organizations.
  • Developed and managed undercover officers and confidential informants.
  • Conducted video and audio recorded interviews and interrogations of victims, suspects, witnesses and confidential informants.
  • Conduct narcotics operations; surveillance, undercover buy/sales, wire taps, confidential informants and budgets.
  • Managed Confidential Informants, Buy Fund requirements and Undercover Drug Operations.
  • Recruited, managed, and debriefed confidential informants.

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31. Auto Theft
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Here's how Auto Theft is used in Detective Sergeant jobs:
  • Review and assignment of initial auto theft reports.

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32. Daily Operations
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Here's how Daily Operations is used in Detective Sergeant jobs:
  • Supervised daily operations within the Detective Bureau.
  • Supervised a crew of 3-5 in daily operations, including evaluation and discipline.
  • Managed the daily operations of the narcotics division while providing assistance and manpower to surrounding counties.

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33. Incident Reports
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Here's how Incident Reports is used in Detective Sergeant jobs:
  • Prepare incident reports, and monthly reports and statistics for the command staff.

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34. K-9
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Here's how K-9 is used in Detective Sergeant jobs:
  • Handle Narcotics Detection K-9 on daily basis during patrol.
  • Advance training within section including K-9 operation.
  • Supervised department's K-9 program.
  • Conduct Voice Stress Analysis tests.K-9 Handler: (1992 to 2000) Duties include narcotics highway, airport and bus interdiction.

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35. New Officers
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Here's how New Officers is used in Detective Sergeant jobs:
  • Provide supervision to 6 Detectives * Work on building community support for the Police Department * Train new officers
  • Conducted background checks and assisted in the hiring of new officers.
  • Selected to train new officers.

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36. ATF
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Here's how ATF is used in Detective Sergeant jobs:
  • Assisted FBI, DEA, ATF, State Department, State Police, and Immigration with various investigations.
  • Task force staffed by detectives from state police, county police, county sheriff s office and BATFE.
  • Collaborated with federal and state agencies, FBI, DEA, ATF, USSS, IRS and MSHP.
  • Certified in the use of thermal imaging cameras both mounted on aerial platforms and handheld devices.
  • Attached to the ATF Baltimore field office, "Baltimore Violent Crimes Taskforce" Supervisor responsible for operational and administrative oversight

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37. Communication
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Here's how Communication is used in Detective Sergeant jobs:
  • Set regular meetings with members to ensure a consistent flow of communication and information.
  • Performed arrests; prepared for trial and appeared in court utilizing effective communication skills.
  • Developed and improved new communication systems for officers in the field.
  • General office and computer skills, Interview and communication skills required.
  • Upgraded computer systems and in house communication.
  • Modernized detective division's infrastructure by purchasing new computers and reconfiguring office space to allow for increased communications.

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38. Performance Reviews
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Here's how Performance Reviews is used in Detective Sergeant jobs:
  • Conducted performance reviews and handled disciplinary issues/complaints.
  • Performed management tasks such as scheduling, performance reviews, disciplinary actions and transfers.

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39. Citizen Complaints
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Here's how Citizen Complaints is used in Detective Sergeant jobs:
  • Conducted Investigation (Citizen Complaints, Internal Investigations, and Corruption Inquires)while assigned to the Internal Affairs Division.
  • Handle and process a variety of citizen complaints and requests for services and information.
  • Take all written and verbal citizen complaints and either investigate them or send them to the appropriate office for investigation .

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40. Critical Incidents
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Here's how Critical Incidents is used in Detective Sergeant jobs:
  • Managed criminal investigations and critical incidents to ensure all laws and procedures were followed.
  • Conduct criminal investigations and responded to critical incidents.
  • Responded to critical incidents and performed special response duties.
  • Established command and control of critical incidents.

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Here's how Swat is used in Detective Sergeant jobs:
  • Certified: SWAT / ERT 9-year member, FBI negotiator and Crisis Management, Crime Scene Technician, Emergency Vehicle.
  • Served as Lead Instructor, for the Department and for various other Police Departments, on SWAT operations and tactics.
  • Supervised the road patrol, K-9 units, SWAT, as well as responds to citizens and media inquiries.
  • Developed an approved basic SWAT course with the State of California's Peace Officer's Standards and Training.
  • Responded to multiple emergency situations as team leader for Special Weapons & Tactics (SWAT) team.
  • Served flawlessly as a lead sniper on SWAT team and never lost a member while in charge.
  • Team Leader of the County Emergency Response Crisis Negotiation and Tactical (SWAT) Teams.
  • Developed and supervised 8 person SWAT team and was member of the team.
  • Lead instructor for SWAT in field operations and tactics.
  • Prepare comprehensive affidavits for search warrants and organizing multi-agency team raids that involve the use of the SWAT Team.
  • Served as an Investigator major crimes division and was founding member of SWAT team made of 14 members.
  • SWAT Officer/Team Leader- Served high risk warrants, dealt with barricaded subjects and hostage situations.
  • Ensured vehicle maintenance completed.Norfolk Police Department-Detective Corporal/Vice and Narcotics Division Performed traditional SWAT duties.
  • supervised swat, gang unit,street crime unit and major crimes unit.
  • Supervised unit detectives.Hunterdon County Prosecutor's OfficeDetective Sergeant* Led effort to form Hunterdon County's first-ever SWAT Team.

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42. Nypd
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  • Monitored daily investigations and law enforcement actions of NYPD for situations likely to attract media attention.
  • Perform employee interviews associated with internal investigations to include uniformed and civilian members of the NYPD.
  • Managed the activities of 25 NYPD detectives.
  • Worked closely with the FBI, DEA, ATF, NYPD and state and local law enforcement agencies.
  • Joint Terrorism Task Force Strategic Leadership Role representing the NYPD in the National Joint Terrorism Task Force.

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43. Local Laws
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Here's how Local Laws is used in Detective Sergeant jobs:
  • Know and apply criminal codes, civil codes, and federal, state and local laws, rules and regulations.
  • Enforced federal, state and local laws in assigned geographic area for Street Narcotics Enforcement Unit.
  • Initiated criminal investigations for violations of federal, state, and local laws.
  • Enforce all state and local laws and ordinances

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44. State Regulations
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45. Intelligence Gathering
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  • Specialized training for investigation of narcotics, robbery, vice and intelligence gathering.

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46. SGT
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47. Major Cases
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Here's how Major Cases is used in Detective Sergeant jobs:
  • Manage caseloads, review and approve reports, handle major cases, and prepare for trial.
  • Supervised other detectives and worked major cases that were assigned to me.
  • Lead Detective on major cases.
  • investigated major cases such as homicides, kidnapping, assaults, thefts, burglaries etc.

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48. Community Outreach
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  • Developed educational and community outreach strategies.
  • Developed and promoted community outreach programs.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Detective Sergeant

Crime Scenes

11.9%

Criminal Investigations

11.4%

Detective Bureau

11.3%

Present Evidence

9.5%

Vehicle Patrols

6.9%

Police Department

6.7%

Law Enforcement

6.7%

Arrest Warrants

6.3%

Homicide

4.5%

Financial Crimes

3.1%

Robbery

2.7%

Background Checks

2.6%

Criminal Acts

2.5%

Sexual Harassment

2.4%

Burglary

2.4%

Court Hearings

2.1%

Commander

2.0%

Criminal Cases

1.9%

Firearms

1.6%

Domestic Violence

1.5%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Detective Sergeant

Rank Skill
1 Crime Scenes 10.0%
2 Criminal Investigations 9.6%
3 Detective Bureau 9.5%
4 Present Evidence 8.0%
5 Vehicle Patrols 5.8%
6 Police Department 5.6%
7 Law Enforcement 5.6%
8 Arrest Warrants 5.3%
9 Homicide 3.8%
10 Financial Crimes 2.6%
11 Robbery 2.3%
12 Background Checks 2.2%
13 Criminal Acts 2.1%
14 Sexual Harassment 2.0%
15 Burglary 2.0%
16 Court Hearings 1.7%
17 Commander 1.7%
18 Criminal Cases 1.6%
19 Firearms 1.3%
20 Domestic Violence 1.3%
21 Federal Agencies 1.2%
22 Substance Abuse 1.1%
23 Undercover Operations 1.0%
24 Identity Theft 1.0%
25 Secret Service 0.8%
26 Grand Jury 0.7%
27 Clearance 0.7%
28 Juvenile Offenders 0.7%
29 Federal Bureau 0.7%
30 Confidential Informants 0.6%
31 Auto Theft 0.6%
32 Daily Operations 0.5%
33 Incident Reports 0.5%
34 K-9 0.5%
35 New Officers 0.4%
36 ATF 0.4%
37 Communication 0.4%
38 Performance Reviews 0.4%
39 Citizen Complaints 0.4%
40 Critical Incidents 0.4%
41 Swat 0.4%
42 Nypd 0.4%
43 Local Laws 0.4%
44 State Regulations 0.4%
45 Intelligence Gathering 0.3%
46 SGT 0.3%
47 Major Cases 0.3%
48 Community Outreach 0.3%
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