Top Justice Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Justice. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Justice resumes they appeared on. For example, 6.8% of Justice resumes contained Legal Documents as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Justice actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Justice resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

2. Public Safety

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Here's how Public Safety is used in Justice jobs:
  • Transported and insured public safety when accompanying residents on scheduled outings.
  • Conducted safety, security checks and reported problems to ensure that security, public safety and health are maintained.
  • Worked with Greek Life and department of public safety to ensure an unbiased judicial environment.
  • Created and maintained manuals and help systems for public safety software.
  • Served as community development advisor to implementing partners by identifying best practices in public safety interventions.
  • Research Assistant Researched public safety and social justice issues including sex trafficking and teenage prostitution.

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3. Direct Supervision

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Here's how Direct Supervision is used in Justice jobs:
  • Provide direct supervision of specialized residential units housing those offenders exhibiting the most severe behavioral disorders.
  • Develop the ability to analyze complex problems/issues and recommend solutions without the need for direct supervision.
  • Worked under the direct supervision of two attorneys to provide legal advice for various organizations.
  • Direct supervision of the intake screening process of offenders upon arrival to the facility.
  • Drafted motions and orders under direct supervision of Federal Judges.
  • Direct supervision of the court clerks.

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4. Police Department

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Here's how Police Department is used in Justice jobs:
  • Implemented work schedules for The Chattanooga Police Department and UTC officers during peak hours in the M. L. King area.
  • Perform routine office tasks such as sending victim's letters to parents, police department, and sheriff department.
  • File all NCIC reports and communicate consistently with the State Police Department of changing policy, rules or procedures.
  • Developed strong working relationships with the U.S. Border Patrol, ICE, local Sheriff and local Police Departments.
  • Led three person Strategic Planning Team for the creation and implementation of the first Civilian Police Department of Haiti.
  • Applied for and received funds to purchase new bullet proof vests for Hermon's Police Department.

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5. Technical Assistance

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Here's how Technical Assistance is used in Justice jobs:
  • Worked as the turnaround expert, helping boards experiencing conflict and provided technical assistance to organizations to ensure continuous operations.
  • Assisted in preparing experts to implement technical assistance and skills development programs.
  • Provided technical assistance on issues related to PREA (Prison Rape Elimination Act) and Crisis Intervention.
  • Provide technical assistance in the area of Quality Assurance to six detention centers.
  • Provide technical assistance to staff of local law enforcement agencies.
  • Provided technical assistance to universities, nonprofit organizations, local agencies and awardees of federal-funded projects.
  • Researched and wrote memoranda of law and technical assistance guides on complex civil and constitutional issues concerning the indigent and homeless.
  • Provided technical assistance in creating a special division on war crimes in line with Agreements signed in the Juba peace negotiations.
  • Provide technical assistance in healthcare and related services to direct and field Detention and Residential commitment staff.
  • Worked with Technical Assistance providers on deliverables (e.g.

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6. Court Hearings

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Here's how Court Hearings is used in Justice jobs:
  • Investigated/verified information, prepared court reports, provided expert testimony at court hearings and/or monitored conditions set by the court.
  • Attended Court hearings and presented sentencing recommendations with a professional demeanor and positive image.
  • Attended court hearings and submitted recommendations according to Georgia Code and established guidelines.
  • Logged incoming charging documents for individuals and scheduled court hearings for respondents.
  • Insured that Indian Child Welfare regulations were followed in Juvenile Court hearings and assisted in the selection of judicial staff.
  • Observed litigants in court hearings, took notes, drafted written orders and followed up after judicial orders were issued.
  • Transported juveniles to and from medical and dental appointments, funerals, work details and court hearings.
  • Escort DJJ youngsters to family court hearings, probation, mental health appointments and replacement interviews.
  • Compiled PowerPoint presentations for court hearings, staff meetings, and training sessions.
  • Gained valuable learning experience by attending all case related court hearings with supervisor.
  • Trained in the use of all audio/video equipment for documentation and court hearings.
  • Prepared files, managed the reception desk, and attended court hearings.
  • Assist in secured transports of juveniles from the facility to Court hearings.
  • Attended court hearings and participated in much of the hearing process.
  • Attended morning call, settlements, court hearings, etc.
  • Tracked cases and outcomes for youth in their court hearings.
  • Testify in court hearings and present progress reports.
  • Attended court hearings and creditor meetings.
  • Assisted judges during court hearings.

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7. Trial Preparation

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Here's how Trial Preparation is used in Justice jobs:
  • Assisted federal prosecutors with trial preparation, including moot arguments, discovery analysis, and preparing exhibit cross-references.
  • Assisted with trial preparation including document review and exhibit selection.
  • Supported trial preparation team for litigation alleging discriminatory policing.
  • Assisted attorneys with trial preparation/litigation support.
  • Assisted with trial preparation and researched issues regarding limits to consent, Speedy Trial Act, attorney-client privilege, and restitution.
  • Conduct research, represent clients in court, and assist with trial preparation.
  • Assisted federal trial attorneys in legal research and trial preparation.
  • Assisted United States Attorneys in all aspects of trial preparation.
  • Handled trial preparation including notebooks, exhibits, etc.
  • Assisted in pretrial investigation, trial preparation, and trial proceedings for the prosecution of health care fraud violators.
  • Coordinate trial preparation by creating case timelines and trial notebooks.

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8. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Justice jobs:
  • Performed customer service functions in compliance with operating policies and procedures guidelines.
  • Provided customer service including answering questions, and responding to customer complaints.
  • Provided excellent customer service to walk-ins, personnel and potential applicants.
  • Completed treatment team documentation, provided excellent customer service and audit/compliance.
  • Utilized problem-solving techniques and provided optimal customer service for National Ministry.
  • Provided exceptional customer service to incoming visitors and callers.
  • Provided clerical and nonstandard supportive duties and customer service.
  • Deliver outstanding customer service through excellent communication skills.
  • Provided phone and administrative support to customer service.
  • Provided general administration assistance and customer service.
  • Lead Brand RepProvide a great shopping experience that enhances the self-esteem of girls ranging from 7-14 by providing great customer service.
  • Lead Brand Representative; Part of the management team, was responsible for visuals, cashiering, freight/shipment and customer service.
  • Brand representative responsible for maintaining a strong level of customer service, accurate inventory, and running a POS system.
  • Cashier, sales associate, also working as a team member to provide the highest level of customer service.
  • Performed diverse clerical duties; applied knowledge of computer systems and procedures, and quality customer service attributes.
  • Provided customer service for subcontractors, vendors, contracts analysts, and other external and internal customers.
  • Answered directors' phones as well as customer service line for ATLA Education program registrations and publications.
  • Interacted with the field managers and administrative staff and provided good customer service for the agency.
  • Acknowledged as a strong communicator with excellent customer service skills when working with the public.
  • Provided excellent customer service; screened all callers and visitors; referred where appropriate.

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9. Juvenile Offenders

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Here's how Juvenile Offenders is used in Justice jobs:
  • Executed daily operation of juvenile offenders.
  • Implement policies, procedures, and techniques to ensure public safety, security, and control of juvenile offenders.
  • Recorded and reported juvenile health problems, made recommendations for detaining and releasing juvenile offenders, maintain records.
  • Certified Juvenile Justice Detention Officer Responsible for the care and security of Juvenile Offenders in custody.
  • Case management of juvenile offenders seeing to their physical and emotional needs while detained.
  • Meet with victims and juvenile offenders to acquire knowledge about a committed crime.
  • Assisted in the daily therapeutic and behavioral progress of 100 male juvenile offenders.
  • Provide crisis (on-site intervention) for juvenile offenders within the facility.
  • Advocated for and supported Juvenile offenders in movement through the state system.
  • Use appropriate restrictive techniques to control juvenile offenders.
  • Intern 13th District Court Services Unit Visited program locations and researched the effectiveness of local rehabilitation programs for juvenile offenders.
  • Accustomed to working in fast paced environment with the ability to thinkQuickly and successfully in handling difficult juvenile offenders.
  • Specialized Juvenile Probation Officer Supervising juvenile offenders.

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10. Probation Officers

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Here's how Probation Officers is used in Justice jobs:
  • Formulated detailed rehabilitation plans with clients, families, community support services and community probation officers.
  • Work with local law enforcement officers and probation officers in apprehending youthful offenders.
  • Prepared memos for distribution to all Juvenile Probation Officers and Supervisors.
  • Worked directly with Deputy Probation Officers with daily operational functions.
  • Prepare minutes for staff meetings, maintain office calendars and ensure that all forms are readily available to the probation officers.
  • Approve and Correct Predisposition Reports, Youth Empowerment Success Plans, and Violation of Probation for Juvenile Probation Officers.
  • Maintain contact with community organizations, educational institutions, probation officers, legal staff, and mental health providers.
  • Consult with delinquent court judges, attorneys, probation officers and other community collateral contacts to advocate for residents.
  • Work with family members, victims, prosecutors, lawyers, probation officers, judges, and police personnel.
  • Prepared progress reports for judges, probation officers, and governmental officials to track the activity of clients.
  • Assisted probation officers in scheduling appointments, making phone calls and complete various assignments as the need arose.
  • Administered medication, coordinated activities with Probation Officers, Lawyers, Judges and the Department of Juvenile Justice.
  • Talk to Court Service Workers, Probation Officers and Juvenile Judges in reference to juveniles at Boot Camp.
  • Developed positive healthy relationships with parents, probation officers, judges, and other community leaders.
  • Supervised four/five probation officers * Provide direct services supervision to delinquent youth placed in DJJ care.
  • Translate and made outgoing calls for Juvenile Probation Officers for Spanish speaking families and youths.
  • Prepare and send monthly performance summaries to juvenile probation officers, parents and judges.
  • Shadowed case workers and probation officers in house, Detention Center and court visits.
  • Informed parents, legal aides & probation officers of program & case status.
  • Completed court reports for Judges, Probation officers and DCFS case workers.

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11. Crisis Intervention

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Here's how Crisis Intervention is used in Justice jobs:
  • Monitored and provided on-site crisis intervention for youthful offenders assigned to the institution.
  • Utilized crisis intervention with children and families regarding adjustment to current environment.
  • Performed crisis intervention and crisis management counseling to inmates in need.
  • Trained and successful in conflict mediation/resolution and crisis intervention.
  • Monitored and provided on-site crisis intervention for youthful offenders.
  • Provided services in the areas of education, vocation, employment, recreation, basic living skills, and crisis intervention.
  • Respond to all emergencies with appropriate techniques using various certifications including First Aid, CPR, and Crisis Intervention.
  • Provided Intake, Assessment, Evaluation, Crisis Intervention, Referrals, and Case Management.
  • Provide Case Management, Crisis Intervention, and Assessment for youth.
  • Provided crisis intervention to juveniles and their families.
  • Assisted with counseling sessions and crisis intervention.
  • Provided crisis intervention all youth and staff.
  • Provided crisis intervention for at risk-youth.
  • Performed and provided crisis intervention, suicide risk assessment and pre-placement assessments.
  • certified Monitor and provided crisis intervention Ability to read peoples behavior/ intentions

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12. Mental Health Services

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Here's how Mental Health Services is used in Justice jobs:
  • Arrange diagnostic evaluation for clients who have not previously been connected or have not been connected to mental health services.
  • Facilitate and communicate between mental health agencies, clients who have previously been connected to mental health services.
  • Assess and coordinate mental health services inmates housed in Louisville Metro Department of Corrections.
  • Developed strengths in significantly contributing to child and family services as well as mental health services and community / administrative practice.
  • Conferred with clinical professionals in mental health services to evaluate client progress and ensure the quality of treatment planning.

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13. DOJ

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Here's how DOJ is used in Justice jobs:
  • Provided informational services to the DOJ and other law enforcement agency personnel during Command Post operations.
  • Document Management Analyst Performed moderately complex litigation support tasks for DOJ Attorneys.
  • Provided direct litigation support to DOJ prosecutors.
  • Investigated and assisted in the prosecution of individuals or organizations in DOJ involved in financial, professional, or criminal misconduct.
  • Served as Special Assistant to the Executive Office, conducting best practices analyses for the development of new USDOJ programs.
  • Communicate with other DOJ components, Federal agencies and others as required in the course of investigation and litigation.
  • Liaised with DOJ's Office of International Affairs while investigating corporation for violations of Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
  • Review OIG employees' training forms (SF-182) through LearnDOJ and make final approval prior to registration.
  • Worked a carding forum case with another DOJ attorney, the Secret Service, and foreign law enforcement.
  • Documented instances of suspicious activity in Remedy and if needed reported information the components of DOJCERT or USCERT.
  • Updated DOJ employee files with financial and revised information into Data Tracker and provided hard copies to employees.
  • Served as point of contact to generate reports and present anomalies and projections regarding the DOJ general ledger.
  • Acquired the Authority to Operate (ATO) for systems through the DOJ Certification and Accreditation process.
  • Gathered articles from the asset forfeiture community, high level DOJ attorneys, law enforcement and others.
  • Entered, modified, and deleted data in a number of confidential DOJ and public access databases.
  • Provided clerical duties such as processing legal documentation, and mailing FOIA responses for DOJ Immigration Attorneys.
  • Verified accuracy of and edited legal correspondence that DOJ sent to complainants and law enforcement entities.
  • Assist with testing of Email migration for DOJ from 2003 to 2007 using Quest Migration Manager.
  • Supervised file room which contained documents stored by the Department of Justice (DOJ).
  • Marshal served as the first line of defense for operations at the DOJ facilities.

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14. Emergency Situations

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Here's how Emergency Situations is used in Justice jobs:
  • Assist Security Staff in emergency situations.
  • Responded to Emergency Situations that included; Escapes, Riots, Suicides, Disorderly Inmates and Medical Emergencies.
  • Responded to emergency situations and security incidents; played a key role in crowd control.
  • Make use of radio and telephone to call for assistance in emergency situations.
  • Used acquired skills and experience to respond to crisis and emergency situations.
  • Alerted staff of any emergency situations.
  • Respond to any activity deemed necessary by the Commissioner; including emergency situations arising from natural and manmade disasters.
  • Certified and experienced in first responder duties to emergency situations.

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15. Community Resources

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Here's how Community Resources is used in Justice jobs:
  • Referred families to appropriate community resources based on skill level and individual abilities for rehabilitation.
  • Participated in Family Therapy and connected families with community resources.
  • Identify and assess family, community resources such as group home or mental health practitioners.
  • Teach a culturally adapted parenting class and assist in finding community resources.
  • Provide linkage to community resources, government, and agency programs.
  • Conducted needs assessments to interview and make referrals to community resources.
  • Referred clients to community resources upon release.
  • Matched youth with appropriate community resources.
  • Interact with community resources and develop release plans.. .

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16. Data Entry

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Here's how Data Entry is used in Justice jobs:
  • Provided quality assurance and case management data entry for a NYC grant which supported social services to NICE recipients.
  • Promoted as the Data Entry Lead II- (Entering new defendants into our database for monitoring.)
  • Close files for settled cases by data entry following set procedures for each section in the Division.
  • Handled data entry and general ledger work as well as booking and general clerical tasks.
  • Handled complicated clerical tasks that included data entry, filing, and records management.
  • Helped with canvassing, leafleting, data entry and attended various workshops.
  • Performed data entry in Microsoft Access database of invoice receipt and payment.
  • Administer and update all data entry activities and perform corrections if required.
  • Performed data entry and maintenance of the Pharmaceutical Drug Theft database.
  • Processed incoming tickets and prepared them for data entry.
  • Assisted HJP staff with data entry and file maintenance.
  • Program Technician I Performed data entry and complex analysis.
  • Key entry operator tasks included: Performed mass data entry using internal office of automation software.
  • Position Title: Senior Data Specialist Responsible for data entry into various DAOG systems.
  • Drafted pleadings and memoranda of law; Accomplished data entry for case law database.
  • Established social outreach Organized events Generated data entry Improved fund raise
  • Processed Daily Invoices Data Entry Reconciled Credit Card Statements Filing
  • Completed billing data entry and necessary documentation Rewards/Acknowledgements -Team player of the Year 2008 and 2010 -Best Treatment Team 2008

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17. Counsel

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Here's how Counsel is used in Justice jobs:
  • Identified offenders' need for drug and alcohol abuse counseling, or other program participation and prepared individualized plans for implementation.
  • Developed an individual case record monitoring instrument used by counselors and supervisors as a standardized method to audit case records.
  • Completed and maintained documentations; established performance standards and conducts; performed counseling and evaluations of staff under supervision.
  • Provide daily documented counseling sessions for individual juvenile including but not limited to physical, mental and psychological assistance.
  • Provided comprehensive advocacy services for crime victims, including psychological assessments and crisis counseling with victims and families.
  • Conducted face-to-face counseling conferences, and documented interactions with offenders and students to document progress and provide guidance.
  • Provide individual and group counseling to all youth to promote and increase personal awareness and responsibilities and alternatives.
  • Provided assessment and counseling services for children and adolescents referred by Juvenile Probation and Child Protective Services.
  • Provide case management and counseling services that assist the probationers in acquiring skills necessary to reduce recidivism.
  • Addressed physical and emotional behavior needs, encouraged responsible and positive behavior and implemented group counseling.
  • Supervised families and juveniles to ensure consistent participation and effectiveness of counseling resources and inpatient treatments.
  • Translated seized Chinese documents and recordings and assisted Senior Attorney and Counsel in China related investigations.
  • Provide professional services, including counseling and initial intake case responsibility of probated and/or committed juveniles.
  • Counseled teens with their rehabilitation and preparation process for entrance back into society.
  • Provide counsel on employment issues concerning merit systems protection and prohibited personnel practices.
  • Counseled juvenile offenders in activities related to legal conditions of probation and parole.
  • Provide individualized health counseling based upon risk factors and health related behavior.
  • Supervised and monitored the activities of and counseled offenders placed on probation.
  • Provided individual and group counseling services for up to twenty-four assigned residents.
  • Counseled residents on a regular basis to prevent and identify potential problems.

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18. Treatment Plans

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Here's how Treatment Plans is used in Justice jobs:
  • Conducted mental health assessments and developed individualized treatment plans on each youth.
  • Developed treatment plans and facilitated domestic violence and chemical dependency groups.
  • Develop individualized treatment plans and/or other professionally written reports.
  • Developed supervision and treatment plans for probationers.
  • Formulated Treatment Plans and Parole Board Recommendations.
  • Implement behavior modification treatment plans.
  • Develop treatment plans and aftercare plans specific to clients' needs to maintain placement and/or assist with community reintegration.
  • Attend and participate in treatment team held weekly to assess the progress of students and develop treatment plans.
  • Reviewed and evaluated clients' progress in relation to measurable goals described in treatment plans.
  • Conduct youth groups and counseling sessions to assist with individual treatment plans.
  • Assigned to several cottages with different treatment plans on a rotating basis.
  • Review juvenile file records to extract information relevant to prepare treatment plans.
  • Completed clinical documentation such as progress notes, assessments and treatment plans.
  • Devised diagnostic profiles and treatment plans to address clients' needs.
  • Design, implement, and monitor individualized treatment plans.
  • Prepared treatment plans, provided children & families with services
  • Complete treatment plans for youth upon probation or commitment.
  • Complete treatment plans/reviews in timely manner.
  • Developed client-centered treatment plans and goals.
  • Monitor, evaluate and compile ongoing documentation of youths interactions and progress according to measurable goals described in treatment plans.

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19. Phone Calls

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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Justice jobs:
  • Maintained files, received phone calls/messages for staff of Juvenile Probation, Intake, and Parole office.
  • Monitored phone calls, assisted clients with emotional trauma, formed group discussions, facilitated house meetings.
  • Coordinate phone calls, greet visitors and schedule appointments for six prosecuting attorneys.
  • Sorted all incoming phone calls, mail, and faxes for appropriate distribution.
  • Placed reminder phone calls to students and parents about upcoming school events.
  • Screened and directed incoming phone calls and visitors to their appropriate designations.
  • Answered incoming phone calls and responded to public inquiries.
  • Responded to phone calls and routed to appropriate department.
  • Monitor youths' mail, phone calls and journals.
  • Answer phone calls both in English and Spanish.
  • Answer phone calls and taking messages.
  • Receive and refer phone calls.
  • Make phone calls to state reps. and write letters on the behalf of ff4jpa
  • Esperienced High Volume phone calls.

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20. Substance Abuse

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Here's how Substance Abuse is used in Justice jobs:
  • Participated in multidisciplinary team meetings regarding mental health, substance abuse, and treatment counseling.
  • Provide qualification documentation for placement within RDAP to address substance abuse issues.
  • Develop & implement a substance abuse curriculum for adjudicated youths.
  • Conducted daily substance abuse groups meetings utilizing Seven Challenges.
  • Provided substance abuse treatment and urinalysis to adolescent clients.
  • Referred youth for services to address presenting problems, such as substance abuse and mental health problems, and community resources.
  • Observed SAARP (Substance Abuse Assessment and Referral Program) and individual meetings between LCSW/MFT and youth and/or youth's family.
  • Supported clients with histories of abuse, substance abuse, mental health concerns, school suspensions or expulsions, and discrimination.
  • Advised and addressed substance abuse issues through therapy provided by the incumbent that included individual, group, and family therapy.
  • Processed million dollar billing, for the contract between Department of Juvenile Justice and YSI/Santa Rosa Substance Abuse Treatment Center.
  • Relied upon by RCC management to properly maintain the Substance Abuse Program's American Correctional Association audit files.
  • Coordinated Youth and Adult Prevention Coalitions and served on the Substance Abuse Prevention Committee and Law Enforcement Committee.
  • Keyed data and received intake GAIN's/GPRA's using a customized database and followed-up with Georgia Council Substance Abuse.
  • Facilitate various groups including parenting, self-esteem issues, anger and substance abuse groups for mandated clients.
  • Provided individual, group substance abuse, suicide prevention, and crisis management counseling for juvenile offenders.
  • Educate clients on criminal conduct associated with substance abuse, alcoholism, anger, and domestic violence.
  • Provide youth with counseling to address substance abuse education, relapse prevention, and co-occurring disorders.
  • Developed training for detention staff on Substance Abuse use and withdraw warning signs and symptoms.
  • Give random drug screenings and give information on substance abuse classes and treatments for rehabilitation.
  • Access services through the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).

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21. Management System

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Here's how Management System is used in Justice jobs:
  • Utilized information and financial management systems for planning and execution of programs.
  • Maintain automated case management systems and prepares reports of legal activities.
  • Maintain and monitor automated case management system and electronic calendar.
  • Assist in restructuring/organizing extensive federal case - file management system.
  • Support technical aspects of accounting management systems and application.
  • Enter, update and change information in case management system Open new case files by entering data into computerized case management.
  • Communicate with all appropriate agencies to include oral and written correspondence and reports according to the Case Management System.
  • Led group and individual therapy sessions and created behavioral management system on which the program was based.
  • Verify funds in the Financial Management System (FMS); track contractor burn rates.
  • Provided data entry services for the Debt Management Systems and other DAOG systems as assigned.
  • Review and assess each Coordinator through the Employee Performance Management System.
  • Implemented added design and enhancements to the Resource Management System.
  • Assigned duties of administrator for the Peer Review Management System.
  • Utilized case management system to maintain files and suspense calendars.
  • Input case information on Matter Management System.
  • Used content management system in AuthorIT for all Tiburon documentation.
  • Worked as lead in regards to accessing and updating the governments Grant Management System.
  • Support the Enterprise Management Systems (EMS) certificate servers and multi-enclave, multi-site network infrastructure.

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22. DJJ

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Here's how DJJ is used in Justice jobs:
  • Maintained safety and security of all youth, staff & DJJ property on the daily basis.
  • Documented sessions and input data using Microsoft Office and DJJ's special software.
  • Prepared revocation and probable cause hearing letters for youths in the DJJ system.
  • Assured that the facility was operated according to DJJ policy and procedures.
  • File and maintain medical records according to DJJ policy and HIPPA regulations.
  • Directed the operation of lock-up units according to DJJ policy & procedure.
  • Ensured juveniles and staff were compliant with DJJ policies and procedures.
  • Maintained all tracking records for policy standards for all DJJ offices.
  • Review all required documentations within DJJ/QA required timeframes etc.
  • Attend trainings as required, maintains relationship with other DJJ components and community agencies.

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23. Government Agencies

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Here's how Government Agencies is used in Justice jobs:
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  • Distributed Within Grade Increase ticklers to appropriate section chiefs and forwarded Official Personnel Folders to various government agencies for former employees.
  • Maintain relationships with local, state and federal law enforcement and other related government agencies.
  • Assisted attorneys in advising government agencies on the legal effects of their actions.
  • Entered incoming data from a variety of government agencies into the FBI database.
  • Maintain relationship with other Government Agencies.

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24. Community Service

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Here's how Community Service is used in Justice jobs:
  • Refer youth and family for counseling/services and offer opportunities for community service.
  • Developed and maintained a cooperative working relationship with community service providers.
  • Recognized for community service hours dedicated towards student diversity and inclusion activities
  • Assisted youth in locating community service and employment opportunities.
  • Implemented and designed student led community service projects.
  • Provided case management, counseled and supervised juvenile offenders from shelters, in home detention, community service and admissions.
  • Assist program in five critical areas; Instruction, Advising, Research, Community Service, and Program Health.
  • Established relationships with community agencies as an avenue for youthful offenders to repay debts to society through community service.
  • Assist and prepare educational groups and community service; pat pocket searches and security checks.
  • Mentor juvenile clients into community service network and advocate for them in court.
  • Worked with community service providers to meet the needs of the youth.
  • Ensured completion of the juvenile's community service hours.
  • Evaluate and supervise implementation of offender monitoring including DWI Conditional Discharge, Release Under Supervision, and Community Service programs.
  • Mentored offending youth using Restorative Justice program designed to use community service, rather than punishment, to rehabilitate
  • Developed community service work opportunities referred offenders for community service work and records compliance.
  • Provided guidance and made recommendations for community services Developed a co-parenting plan for the best interest of the children.
  • Blue Chip Leadership Program, Tucson, Arizona 2009-2015 Participated in community service and engaged in team building.
  • Maintain and Update Student Community Service Database Organize, govern, and run Homecoming and Student Government Elections
  • Presented a program on Social Justice, which became a Top 40 award winner Participated in local community service projects

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25. Office Supplies

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Here's how Office Supplies is used in Justice jobs:
  • Maximized efficiency of office and personnel, office supplies and inventory and data retention.
  • Maintained obligation records and source documents for office supplies and equipment repair costs.
  • Stocked office supplies and informed supervisors when inventory needed to be reordered.
  • Prepared purchase requests for office supplies, publications, and equipment.
  • Inventory and maintain all office supplies, equipment and forms.
  • Ordered and managed inventory of office supplies.
  • Ordered office supplies in a timely fashion.
  • Procured office supplies and equipment Scanned financial interagency agreements onto the electronic share drive for independent access for over 60 employees.

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26. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Justice jobs:
  • Delivered training sessions for staff members regarding operations of graphic software, typing tutorials and accounting applications.
  • Assisted staff members with training classes to ensure that class and the instructors have all the proper equipment and materials.
  • Trained new staff members and support staff insuring that current staff receives appropriate in-service training including Non-Violent Crisis Prevention Intervention.
  • Planned and maintained work systems, procedures, and policies that enabled and encouraged the optimum performance from staff members.
  • Provided administrative work for over 10 staff members at time and maintained individual project with limited supervision.
  • Screen calls and provided information to reduce the necessity of contact with staff members on technical issues.
  • Conducted monthly Time and Attendance (T&A) audits for the office staff members.
  • Required to provide, safe, secure environment for youth as well as other staff members.
  • Manage all Blackberry upgrades for staff members and provide additional equipment for engineers on travel.
  • Interacted with Unit Managers, Unit Team members as well as Executive Staff Members.
  • Worked with team leaders, professional staff members in development and support of programs.
  • Managed and train staff members on the important of maintaining official accounting documents.
  • Copied and collated packages being sent out to parents or to staff members.
  • Supervised staff members and would oversee Administrative duties in Supervisor's absence.
  • Processed and transmitted Time and Attendance for 20 staff members.
  • Developed a catalog of available software for staff members.
  • Resolve conflicts between staff members and staff and inmates.
  • Assess staff members that are ill at work.
  • Assist with staff members as needed.
  • Project Management attend semi-monthly staff status meetings and provide meeting agendas and minutes to executive staff members.

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27. Firearms

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Here's how Firearms is used in Justice jobs:
  • Involved in investigations of federal firearms violations.
  • Carry firearms and conduct criminal investigations.
  • Instructed and evaluated students in modem police procedures, patrol tactics, firearms, officer survival and first aid.
  • Worked with 14 attorneys in the Criminal Division on cases involving narcotics, firearms, and fraud.
  • Traced approximately 50 federally recognized firearms, per week, recovered in state and federal crimes.
  • Trained in investigation, use of firearms, interrogation, and conflict management and resolution.
  • Instructed and evaluated Agents and Task Force Officers in marksmanship skills and firearms proficiency.
  • Enforce federal alcohol, tobacco, firearms, explosives and arson laws and regulations.
  • Traced firearms using eTrace for Field Division investigations.
  • Identified source states of firearms supplying the tri-state area.
  • Retired) Department of Justice; Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms Chicago Field Division Oakbrook III Oakbrook, Illinois

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28. Powerpoint

average Demand
Here's how Powerpoint is used in Justice jobs:
  • Edited photo and written content for communications materials including PowerPoint presentations and website content.
  • Provided oversight in presenting PowerPoint presentations to executive staff and senior management personnel.
  • Compiled a detailed PowerPoint's presentation for security event procedures.
  • Prepare quarterly PowerPoint charts for management briefings.
  • Created PowerPoint presentations used to for seminars.
  • Developed and delivered PowerPoint presentations.
  • Developed PowerPoint presentations used by the Record Sealing Department in the training process of court officials.
  • Answer technical support help calls regarding Access database, Excel spreadsheets, and PowerPoint presentations.
  • Create various PowerPoint presentations, brochures, and programs for different assemblies and meetings.
  • Prepared meeting materials for Director using PowerPoint, Excel, Word, etc.
  • Assist law school faculty and staff with PowerPoint presentation designs.
  • Utilize computer programs such as: Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and Access.

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29. Domestic Violence

average Demand
Here's how Domestic Violence is used in Justice jobs:
  • Prepared for and conducted traffic and domestic violence-related trials.
  • Represented domestic violence victims in custody/visitation proceedings.
  • Advocated on behalf of domestic violence victims seeking protection under the Victim s Economic Security and Safety Act of Illinois.
  • Reviewed and summarized domestic violence related case law and legislation to be disseminated to New York attorneys and advocates.
  • Be a confidential advocate for survivors of sexual assault, harassment, violence, and domestic violence.
  • Counseled victims and perpetrators of domestic violence 2003 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office Of Environmental Justice
  • Worked directly with two clients who were victims of Trafficking and Domestic Violence.
  • Provide assistance and support to domestic violence victims with injunctions for protection.
  • Observed and helped victims and batterers' of domestic violence.
  • Provide advocacy services to survivors of domestic violence and teen dating violence Coordinate between survivors and courtroom personnel.
  • Work collaboratively with community victim service providers including RESTORE Sexual Assault Services and YWCA Domestic Violence Program.
  • Attend weekly circle meetings for a domestic violence offender Discuss issues of domestic violence, gender socialization, and power dynamics
  • Court advocate fro victims of domestic violence.
  • Intern - Victims Advocate Defiance, Ohio Worked directly with victims of domestic violence.

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30. Federal Bureau

low Demand
Here's how Federal Bureau is used in Justice jobs:
  • Communicated with Federal Bureau of Prisons, Federal Probation Officers and Correctional Facilities upon arrivals and departures of inmates.
  • Trained and facilitated Institutional Familiarization for new hires to the Federal Bureau of Prisons.
  • Calibrate all equipment in accordance with manufacturer's and accrediting federal bureau requirements.
  • Report communicable diseases to the appropriate authorities, Reviews of Federal Bureau policy, and clinical guidelines program review standards.
  • Included working with tribal criminal investigators, police officers, federal Bureau of Investigation field agents, etc.
  • Result: This form was adopted for use throughout the Federal Bureau of Prisons.
  • Worked in a federal halfway house run by the Federal Bureau of Prisons.
  • Ensured compliance of all Federal Bureau of Prisons rules and regulations.
  • Organized by Department of Justice, Federal Bureau Investigation.
  • Performed IPLs for the Department of Homeland Security and Federal Bureau of Prisons.

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31. Incident Reports

low Demand
Here's how Incident Reports is used in Justice jobs:
  • Document activities through written incident reports and memos, maintain logs and complete fire and equipment inspections on a daily basis.
  • Reviewed and investigated complaints and incident reports filed with the monitoring unit concerning the treatment of detained juveniles within the facilities.
  • Keep detailed log of client activities, medications, van log, as well as writing incident reports.
  • Prepare reports and keep records, as required, including making log book entries and preparing incident reports.
  • Prepare confidential reports, incident reports, disciplinary reports, and special observation reports.
  • Write detailed confidential incident reports, to include all side of the issues/event.
  • Completed all shift reports and incident reports related to staff and youth
  • Prepare incident reports, maintained logs, and completed disciplinary reports.
  • Created, analyzed and filed all juvenile incident reports.
  • Write case notes on students and incident reports.
  • Prepared incident reports; and maintained log books.
  • Tracked incident reports using the FAHIS System.
  • Prepared written reports such as incident reports or memoranda, minor work orders, and accident or injury reports.
  • Maintain and file daily logs sheet Prepare incident reports.
  • Assist with leading transition team Responsible for evaluation and creation of handbooks Evaluation and dissemination of information from incident reports

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32. Ensure Compliance

low Demand
Here's how Ensure Compliance is used in Justice jobs:
  • Evaluated medical social services to patients in the home to ensure compliance with applicable Medicare and Medicaid governmental laws and regulations.
  • Compiled, reviewed, and analyzed data from major recipients of Federal funds to ensure compliance with Federal Civil Rights regulations.
  • Performed daily inspection of the facility and wards living area to ensure compliance with standards of cleanliness and sanitation.
  • Meet with youth, family, school, and other agencies on a regular basis to ensure compliance.
  • Conducted inspections of juvenile and living areas to ensure compliance with standards of cleanliness and sanitation.
  • Prepared customer quotes for products manufactured by Unicor for government use to ensure compliance with contract specifications.

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33. DEA

low Demand
Here's how DEA is used in Justice jobs:
  • Completed travel forms promptly in compliance with government travel regulations and division procedures, processing travel authorizations within established deadlines.
  • Conducted criminal/civil/administrative investigations of DEA Registrants and non-registrants involved in the diversion of controlled substances and Listed Chemicals.
  • Researched and applied state and federal statutes and administrative code dealing with environmental issues and statutory interpretation.
  • Specialized investigative assignments to numerous Task Forces, Special Projects and DEA Office of Professional Responsibility.
  • Perform cash register duties performing product exchange/returns, dealing with customer concern/question scenarios maintaining customer satisfaction.
  • Supervised and delegated to other paralegals, prioritizing tasks and meeting internal and court-mandated deadlines.
  • Created Obligation delivery status template and utilized idea to increase efficiency to execute component reconciliation.
  • Provided undercover agents for specialized money laundering roles in DEA undercover operations.
  • Prioritized and completed multiple work assignments within established deadlines.
  • Facilitated groups and individual sessions dealing with victim impact, recovery skills for alcohol and drug users, and anger management.
  • Review Electronic Court Filing (ECF) notices and mail for calendar or response; calendar deadlines and court appearances.
  • Led a networking devices relocation and configuration project at the DEA Atlanta Field Office nearly doubling office efficiency and effectiveness.
  • Established and maintained relationships with DEA employees, attorneys and agents in the field divisions as well as DEA headquarters.
  • Oversee and track court and departmental deadlines to proactively anticipate the office workload, efficiently prioritize current and future tasks.
  • Pitched story ideas, reported, wrote, edited and produced 10min stories for news magazine show Richard French Live.
  • Maintained assessments of deadlines of formal inmate legal cases and reviewed all legal forms for completeness and legal format conformance.
  • Maintained daily calendar for Branch Chief, advising him of all commitments, scheduling conflicts, and approaching deadlines.
  • Reserve conference rooms for meetings and composed electronic mail to personnel concerning upcoming events and deadlines to ensure attendance.
  • Support elderly, deaf and communities of color to bridge logistical and cultural issues related to domestic abuse.
  • Created The Idea Family, LLC (2004-2006) specializing in marketing, public relations for local businesses.

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34. Conflict Resolution

low Demand
Here's how Conflict Resolution is used in Justice jobs:
  • Summer 2012 Completed an intensive study in conflict resolution, peace-building and applied international relations.
  • Implemented, facilitated and managed the Restorative Justice and Conflict Resolution Programs.
  • Practiced mediation and conflict resolution skills in a controlled environment of experts.
  • Intervened in crisis situations and assisted in conflict resolution with juveniles.
  • Responded to family emergencies and assisted in conflict resolution.
  • Conducted individual and group counseling sessions; evaluated staff surrounding their duties; tour coordinator; conflict resolution mediator.
  • Provided crisis intervention, conflict resolution, victim and criminal awareness, and substance abuse counseling.
  • Work with teacher and student population on learning Conflict Resolution sills using Restorative justice Theory.
  • Managed conflict resolution, problem solving and discipline (staff and student).
  • Conflict Resolution, Building Bridges Through Culture, Religion and Race.
  • Implemented a system that was innovative in conflict resolution.
  • Conflict Resolution, Teen Institute Counselor, Ethics.
  • Teach and engage youth peaceful conflict resolution practices.

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35. Travel Arrangements

low Demand
Here's how Travel Arrangements is used in Justice jobs:
  • TRAVEL: Make travel arrangements and request authorizations for supervising attorneys; secure accommodations and submit travel documents for reimbursement.
  • Established and maintained telecommunication operations, time and attendance reporting, executive travel arrangements, reports and memorandums.
  • Supported needs for Executive Director; including correspondence, scheduling, answering high volume telephones, mail distribution and travel arrangements.
  • Set calendar appointments, prepared travel arrangements, maintained Board Member profiles and collected and assembled documents for Executive Board meetings.
  • Managed conferences and meetings, travel arrangements, and cost-effective supply requisitions for the entire office.
  • Coordinate travel arrangements for the Attorney General, Chief Deputy Attorney General, and Deputy Directors.
  • Organize office events and meetings, order food and make reservations / travel arrangements.
  • Transcribe dictation from Dictaphone; make travel arrangements for the U.S.
  • Make travel arrangements for staff, constituents, and consultants.
  • Process travel arrangements, check requests and travel expenses.
  • Coordinate all travel arrangements for Employee Relations personnel.
  • Assisted with travel arrangements and travel vouches.
  • Make travel arrangements for MYJP staff.
  • Coordinate travel arrangements; prepares itineraries Operate office equipment, such as photocopy machine and scanner.

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37. HR

low Demand
Here's how HR is used in Justice jobs:
  • Instigated internal HR and administrative procedures and government reporting requirements, including HR information system, time reporting and payroll processes.
  • Explored developing psychiatric and psychological treatments for children with problem sexual behaviors through statistical data compilation and qualitative assessments.
  • Provided technical guidance and operational support to HR goals to program managers to improve programs efficiency and effectiveness.
  • Develop and provide comprehensive building vulnerability and security assessments and implements appropriate security threat countermeasures for the facilities.
  • Encourage a civil and just community through mediation of local issues, specifically pursuing a victim-offender reconciliation.
  • Disseminated information on the economic disparity of San Diego through leafleting and collecting campaign pledge cards.
  • Charged with addressing social justice issues on campus through educational programming initiatives and campaigns.
  • Provide telecommunication services to support the Department's online information systems through inter-departmental networks.
  • Conducted training needs assessments throughout Afghanistan to determine local capability and training needs.
  • Provide Medical recommendations for youth with chronic health conditions assigned to Residential programs.
  • Communicate information regarding security, safety and operations through the chain of command.
  • Developed threat analysis for criminal activities in support of Federal criminal programs.
  • Conducted ethnographic/fieldwork through interviews, participant observation and international service learning projects.
  • Diffused disruptive behavior through verbal intervention and/or appropriate use of physical force.
  • Provided referrals and education in problem solving skills through difficult transitions.
  • Completed monthly data reports electronically through a statewide data collection system.
  • Lead SOD's reorganization through a revitalization and renewed strategic direction.
  • Investigated violations of University Honor Code Maintained academic integrity through piloted programs
  • Enhanced the effectiveness and efficiency of intelligence delivery through careful management.
  • Facilitated communication between numerous law enforcement agencies throughout the world.

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38. Telephone Calls

low Demand
Here's how Telephone Calls is used in Justice jobs:
  • Communicate with law enforcement agencies in a help desk capacity and assist with high volume of telephone calls and visitors.
  • Supervised visitation, which included screening visitors, and telephone calls in accordance with rules of the center.
  • Reviewed and responded to criminal civil rights complaints by investigative memorandum, correspondence, and telephone calls.
  • Make telephone calls to court or district attorney regarding unclear information and answer questions for the public.
  • Core Skills: Answered telephones and made telephone calls to parents to announce special events.
  • Receive telephone calls from various subordinate levels and determine who should handle complicated inquiries.
  • Supervised juveniles during meals, visits, recreation, telephone calls and shower time.
  • Perform office duties such as make telephone calls and data entry for ICLAP staff.
  • Served as the primary contact for telephone calls and visitors in branch.
  • Received and referred telephone calls and visitors to appropriate staff.
  • Received and screened telephone calls when working the front lobby.
  • Monitor inmate correspondence via outgoing mail and telephone calls.
  • Screen telephone calls for unit team members.
  • Route incoming and outgoing telephone calls.
  • Make telephone calls to customers.
  • School Aide Receive and transfer telephone calls to appropriate personnel.

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39. Special Projects

low Demand
Here's how Special Projects is used in Justice jobs:
  • Complete special projects such as Medical Scopes of Services, Direct Orders and Purchase Orders.
  • Presided over special management reviews and special projects at the direction of senior management.
  • Developed time lines and needs assessment for special projects.
  • Complete special projects as needed within prescribed time lines.
  • Served as Facility Monitor for special projects.
  • Provided research for special projects.

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40. Active Directory

low Demand
Here's how Active Directory is used in Justice jobs:
  • Demonstrated high level of professionalism in establishing and troubleshooting Windows Server 2008's Active Directory Infrastructure.
  • Plan Active Directory permissions architecture for new SharePoint 2010 environment.
  • Designed and deployed SCOM 2012 monitoring architecture for the Department of Justice Enterprise Active Directory and messaging environment.
  • Led project for Active Directory migration which included management of 15 defense contractors and government employees.
  • Upgrade Active Directory from Server 2000, to Server 2003, to Server 2008.
  • Performed security patches for NOS updates in the Active Directory using SMS.
  • Manage Active Directory, DNS, and Group Policy.
  • Unlock and reset passwords via Active Directory.
  • Configure Active Directory and Exchange system.

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41. Technical Support

low Demand
Here's how Technical Support is used in Justice jobs:
  • Provide laptops/desktops technical support to over 1600 government personnel.
  • Provide administrative and technical support for an organization.
  • Provided IT technical support and training including hardware and software to Help Desk Level I and Level II team.
  • Provided technical support to the staff by preparing reports, forms, and a variety of case management documents.
  • Utilized listening skills, patience, and technical knowledge to provide both first and second level technical support.
  • Conducted needs assessments and provided technical support to groups competing for federal grants.
  • Perform Tier 2/3 technical support for BlackBerry, Exchange 2010 and EV applications.
  • Provided technical support to arguably the most publicized court-martial in U.S. history.
  • Provide technical support in resolving complex user system or hardware problems.

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42. Monthly Reports

low Demand
Here's how Monthly Reports is used in Justice jobs:
  • Coordinate with Cedar Rapids attorneys for monitoring and follow-up of deficient and inadequate payment of quarterly fees and monthly reports.
  • Organized & refilled documents, Designed & Illustrated monthly newsletter, selected reviewed & modified letters for monthly reports.
  • Prepared monthly reports on the progress of inmate claims, legal cases and determined a formal and final evaluation.
  • Maintained several Google Groups for the LCWR, wrote monthly reports, and created by-monthly newsletter articles.
  • Create all monthly reports with Excel and prepare them to be submitted to the Auditor.
  • Assist Section Chief in drafting In-house Monthly Reports, Program Monthly Status Reports, etc.
  • Gather and produce monthly reports for distribution to units with the Circuit.
  • Prepare monthly reports and other special projects as assigned.
  • Prepare monthly reports and monitor day to day production.
  • Maintained required monthly reports for the State of Florida.
  • Compiled and maintained all monthly reports.
  • Case management in collaboration with clients Monthly reports Collaboration with community partners Back-up/on-call support to staff multiple weeks per year
  • Maintain the LOP database and prepare monthly reports to LOP funders.

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43. Federal Job

low Demand
Here's how Federal Job is used in Justice jobs:
  • Typed federal job opportunities bulletin (FJOB) input for the department.

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44. Delinquent Youth

low Demand
Here's how Delinquent Youth is used in Justice jobs:
  • Planned, developed and implemented educational activities for delinquent youth at a secure facility.
  • Maintain and update case files on all delinquent youth(s) in accordance with the Department of Juvenile Justice standards.
  • Establish and maintain community contacts and resources to procure services for delinquent youth and families.
  • Maintain and update case files on all delinquent youth.
  • Attended juvenile court for cases involving delinquent youths.
  • program in working with adjudicated delinquent youth.

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45. Law Enforcement

low Demand
Here's how Law Enforcement is used in Justice jobs:
  • Analyzed and summarized federal and state cases pertaining to law enforcement use of excessive force and disability discrimination claims, respectively.
  • Facilitate interactions between the victim and law enforcement officers, prosecutors, court personnel, probation/parole officers, and jail/prison personnel.
  • Coordinated and managed all aspects of bi-annual Law Enforcement Association Presidents' meetings, inclusive of agenda preparation and recording minutes.
  • Review and approval/disapproval of arrest and search warrant applications, including advising law enforcement personnel on warrant content and constitutional requirements.
  • Advise management of significant new changes and development in areas of physical security, criminal investigations and law enforcement efforts.
  • Perform research for law enforcement investigation in cross-reference of data for investigative tool to search in Open Fox telecommunications system.
  • Coordinated with federal and local law enforcement agencies to facilitate grand jury investigations and criminal case development.
  • Coordinated and implemented the seizure of businesses and major illegal operations with other law enforcement agencies.
  • Worked with judicial, probationary, and law enforcement officials on disposition of juvenile offenders.
  • Acquired and interpret federal and state Secret Level documents requested by law enforcement personnel.
  • Sustain cooperative working relationships with municipal, state and other Federal law enforcement organizations.
  • Fostered collaborative relationships with law enforcement, public agencies, and local organizations.
  • Coordinated security details and escorts with local and federal law enforcement agencies.
  • Contacted and documented any emergency, medical or law enforcement interventions.
  • Networked with several outside law enforcement agencies to create/obtain intelligence data.
  • Disseminated sensitive drug-related information to federal law enforcement agents and prosecutors.
  • Interviewed law enforcement officials, attorneys general and other public officials
  • Developed outstanding law enforcement and security contacts worldwide.
  • Attended 16-week federal law enforcement academy training.
  • Accessed various Financial and Law Enforcement databases to extract, review, analyze and report financial activity committed by terrorist groups.

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46. Family Law

low Demand
Here's how Family Law is used in Justice jobs:
  • Conducted legal research on family law cases and such politically charged issues as immigration and veteran and disabled benefits.
  • Conducted legal research and analysis on legal issues surrounding the intersection of family law and domestic violence.
  • Facilitated victim-offender dialogue in 7 cases Advised incarcerated clients with family law needs in 7 cases
  • Assisted DDJ in both Criminal, domestic violence, and other family law cases.
  • Provided legal information to litigants regarding family law, housing and small claims issues.
  • Co-founded a free Cross-Cultural Family Law Clinic serving Seattle's refugee and immigrant populations.
  • Conducted research and drafted legal memoranda regarding family law.
  • Created bilingual informational brochures and flyers for the self-help and family law centers.
  • Interpreted for landlord-tenant cases, family law, & consumer defense.

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47. Oral Arguments

low Demand
Here's how Oral Arguments is used in Justice jobs:
  • Reviewed deposition transcripts and oral arguments.
  • Attended daily oral arguments, settlement negotiations, arraignments, jury selection, discovery conferences and the intern lecture series.
  • Reviewed briefs presented to the Court for oral arguments and prepared bench memos relating to those briefs.
  • Participated in moots of attorneys preparing for oral arguments before the Ninth, Fifth and Seventh Circuits.
  • Attended preliminary conferences, settlement conferences, oral arguments, jury selection and trial.
  • Attended oral arguments, special lectures, group discussions and training sessions.
  • Observed oral arguments at the District of Columbia Court of Appeals.
  • Observed oral arguments before the Appeals court.
  • Observed criminal trials and oral arguments.
  • Analyzed cases to be heard by the Court and observed oral arguments Prepared documents summarizing party briefs and relevant case law
  • Reviewed appellate briefs and oral arguments Researched issues of law in points of error Recommended decisions and drafted opinions for the Court
  • Researched and wrote memoranda on various legal subjects; attended oral arguments at the Supreme Court of Georgia.

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48. Sales Floor

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Here's how Sales Floor is used in Justice jobs:
  • Unload boxes, sensor, fold/hang, and distribute onto the sales floor all merchandise received.
  • Supervised employees while on the sales floor, maximizing each sale.
  • Receive, open, unpack and issue sales floor merchandise.
  • Maintained a clean and organized sales floor.

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49. Appellate Briefs

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Here's how Appellate Briefs is used in Justice jobs:
  • Conducted legal research and drafted appellate briefs in driving under the influence matters involving the motor vehicle area of law.
  • Tracked appellate cases and edited, prepared and filed appellate briefs with the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals.
  • Proofread, edited and finalized appellate briefs, including Tables of Content and Tables of Cases.
  • Processed, copied and filed opinion and appellate briefs with the Supreme Court.
  • Drafted appellate briefs filed in the Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit.
  • Review appellate briefs and records and conduct legal research.
  • Assisted attorneys in drafting appellate briefs.
  • Reviewed appellate briefs, researched and prepared bench memoranda providing analysis and recommendations in advance of oral argument.
  • Prosecuted federal recusal cases and drafted federal criminal appellate briefs.
  • Worked in the Appeals, Writs, and Trials Section Drafted appellate briefs in state criminal cases
  • Composed appellate briefs and habeas corpus oppositions on behalf of the U. S. Government.
  • Write appellate briefs, motions, memoranda, reports, and other court documents.
  • Researched cases and cite check appellate briefs and pleadings utilizing Lexis Nexis and Westlaw.
  • Drafted appellate briefs and pre-trial pleadings, including motions for summary judgment.
  • Drafted appellate briefs representing State of Wisconsin for criminal cases Researched legal issues and wrote memoranda

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50. CPR

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Here's how CPR is used in Justice jobs:
  • Served as Facility Trainer for (CPR/First Aid) & (SPM/PRT/AKIDO) Restraint techniques.
  • Specialized training in firearms, self-defense, medical emergencies, CPR and safety management.
  • Trained in self-defense; weapons; CPR and other correctional duties.
  • Instructed sailing classes and certified in CPR and First Aid.
  • Lead AHA Faculty instructor for BLS CPR.
  • PAR and CPR certified Used trained defense tactics when deemed necessary.
  • Provide AHA BLS, Heart saver CPR AED, and First Aid training to staff on routine basis.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Justice

Legal Documents9.3%
Public Safety9.1%
Direct Supervision8.1%
Police Department7.5%
Technical Assistance7.3%
Court Hearings6.8%
Trial Preparation5.6%
Customer Service5.3%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Justice

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Legal Documents
Legal Documents
6.8%
6.8%
2
2
Public Safety
Public Safety
6.7%
6.7%
3
3
Direct Supervision
Direct Supervision
6%
6%
4
4
Police Department
Police Department
5.5%
5.5%
5
5
Technical Assistance
Technical Assistance
5.4%
5.4%
6
6
Court Hearings
Court Hearings
5%
5%
7
7
Trial Preparation
Trial Preparation
4.2%
4.2%
8
8
Customer Service
Customer Service
3.9%
3.9%
9
9
Juvenile Offenders
Juvenile Offenders
3.6%
3.6%
10
10
Probation Officers
Probation Officers
3.3%
3.3%
11
11
Crisis Intervention
Crisis Intervention
3%
3%
12
12
Mental Health Services
Mental Health Services
2.9%
2.9%
13
13
DOJ
DOJ
2.7%
2.7%
14
14
Emergency Situations
Emergency Situations
2.4%
2.4%
15
15
Community Resources
Community Resources
2.4%
2.4%
16
16
Data Entry
Data Entry
2.3%
2.3%
17
17
Counsel
Counsel
2.2%
2.2%
18
18
Treatment Plans
Treatment Plans
1.9%
1.9%
19
19
Phone Calls
Phone Calls
1.8%
1.8%
20
20
Substance Abuse
Substance Abuse
1.6%
1.6%
21
21
Management System
Management System
1.3%
1.3%
22
22
DJJ
DJJ
1.3%
1.3%
23
23
Government Agencies
Government Agencies
1.3%
1.3%
24
24
Community Service
Community Service
1.2%
1.2%
25
25
Office Supplies
Office Supplies
1.2%
1.2%
26
26
Staff Members
Staff Members
1.2%
1.2%
27
27
Firearms
Firearms
1.2%
1.2%
28
28
Powerpoint
Powerpoint
1.1%
1.1%
29
29
Domestic Violence
Domestic Violence
1.1%
1.1%
30
30
Federal Bureau
Federal Bureau
1%
1%
31
31
Incident Reports
Incident Reports
1%
1%
32
32
Ensure Compliance
Ensure Compliance
1%
1%
33
33
DEA
DEA
0.9%
0.9%
34
34
Conflict Resolution
Conflict Resolution
0.9%
0.9%
35
35
Travel Arrangements
Travel Arrangements
0.8%
0.8%
36
36
Legal Intern
Legal Intern
0.8%
0.8%
37
37
HR
HR
0.8%
0.8%
38
38
Telephone Calls
Telephone Calls
0.8%
0.8%
39
39
Special Projects
Special Projects
0.7%
0.7%
40
40
Active Directory
Active Directory
0.7%
0.7%
41
41
Technical Support
Technical Support
0.6%
0.6%
42
42
Monthly Reports
Monthly Reports
0.6%
0.6%
43
43
Federal Job
Federal Job
0.6%
0.6%
44
44
Delinquent Youth
Delinquent Youth
0.6%
0.6%
45
45
Law Enforcement
Law Enforcement
0.6%
0.6%
46
46
Family Law
Family Law
0.6%
0.6%
47
47
Oral Arguments
Oral Arguments
0.6%
0.6%
48
48
Sales Floor
Sales Floor
0.5%
0.5%
49
49
Appellate Briefs
Appellate Briefs
0.5%
0.5%
50
50
CPR
CPR
0.5%
0.5%

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