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Top 50 Law Enforcement Officer Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Law Enforcement Officer. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Law Enforcement Officer resumes they appeared on. For example, 10.2% of Law Enforcement Officer resumes contained Public Safety as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Law Enforcement Officer actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These are the most important skills for a Law Enforcement Officer:

1. Public Safety

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  • Lectured to senior officers as a recognized subject matter expert on Provost Marshal/Law Enforcement Security Operations, training and public safety.
  • Performed various protective services, which included law enforcement, criminal activity investigation and public safety.
  • Received training in Accident Reconstruction from Northwestern University Center for Public Safety.
  • Operated as liaison between Department of Public Safety and corresponding agencies.
  • Completed written reports and insured public safety.
  • Patrolled a high crime rate area of the county and responded to dispatch calls to enforce laws and ensure public safety.
  • Provide public safety, responding to emergencies, enforcing motor vehicle, criminal laws, & promoting good community relations.
  • Controlled access to sensitive/restricted areas where there is potential for breach of security, public safety or public health.
  • Experienced in public safety by maintaining order and enforcing motor vehicle laws as well as criminal laws.
  • Provided a public safety function at small and large gatherings, as well as in emergencies.
  • Executed basic patrol duties as a sworn officer for the SC Department of Mental Health Public Safety
  • Patrol high crime areas and dispatched to calls to enforce laws and ensure public safety.
  • Patrolled the city and responded to dispatch calls to enforce laws and ensure public safety.
  • Provided public safety by maintaining order, responding to emergencies, protecting personnel and resources.
  • Patrolled designated zones on bicycle and on foot to enforce laws and ensure public safety.
  • Performed all duties pertaining to law enforcement and public safety providing guidance and assistance.
  • Responded to calls for service, enforced criminal laws and ensured public safety.
  • Perform a variety of progressive tactics ensuring the priority of public safety.
  • Worked in various departments as needed to ensure public safety.
  • Continued) Aiken Department of Public Safety

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2. Emergency Situations

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  • Make rational and quick decisions on situations arising without notice or in emergency situations without direct supervision.
  • Responded to emergency situations around the ECP's and assisted civilian/military law enforcement with incidents.
  • Work is frequently performed under emergency situations and involves considerable personal hazard and danger.
  • Dispatched Law Enforcement Patrolman to emergency situations and followed protocol to resolve incident.
  • Educated in emergency situations, crisis intervention, and hazardous conditions.
  • Analyze and determine severity of emergency situations and request assistance.
  • Assigned to the Emergency Response/White House Alert Vehicle with responsibility for first response and surveillance in emergency situations.
  • Respond to emergency situations according to facility procedures, such as medical, fire, security, etc.
  • Responded to citizens calls to 911 and reacted to a wide range of emergency situations.
  • Enforce methods of personal identification, report writing, and procedures for emergency situations.
  • Self-motivated leader with a strong ethics, able to perform well in emergency situations.
  • Coordinated large scale events with numerous resources; in emergency situations & planned events.
  • Conducted high-speed vehicle chases in serious and emergency situations.
  • Responded to calls in both routine and emergency situations.
  • Responded to emergency situations and assisted the public.
  • Remain alert to possible dangerous or emergency situations taking preventative measures; prevent inmate confrontation, breaks up inmate altercations.
  • Assist in the control of emergency situations and insuresnotification procedures are implemented as outlined.

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3. Military Personnel

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  • Managed day-to-day operations to include serving as first-line, second line supervisor for civilian and military personnel.
  • Provided support to high ranking military personnel.
  • Processed criminals, civilians, and military personnel through our system to suppress issues on the installation.
  • Assisted in enforcing military law Receiving incoming calls and issuing visitor's passes Issuing decals to military personnel

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5. Present Evidence

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  • Present evidence and testimony in judicial settings.
  • Testify in court to present evidence or act as witness in traffic and criminal cases.

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6. Law Enforcement

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Here's how Law Enforcement is used in Law Enforcement Officer jobs:
  • Lead instructor for developing new active shooter protocols for responding federal law enforcement officers.
  • Communicated effectively over law enforcement radio channels while initiating and responding to radio communications.
  • Lead instructor for standardized field sobriety testing provided to federal law enforcement officers.
  • Performed law enforcement patrol functions while working rotating shifts and unanticipated overtime.
  • Patrol Officer with law enforcement responsibilities
  • Plan, organize, and coordinate a variety of law enforcement activities for the school district.
  • State certified law enforcement instructor and manager by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.
  • Coordinated with Federal, State, and local law enforcement authorities concerning FAA violations.
  • Coordinate security operations or activities with public law enforcement, fire and other agencies.
  • Interact with Assistant Commissioners, OATH Tribunal Courts, Chief of Law Enforcement.
  • Worked with various law enforcement agencies to conduct successful operations and missions.
  • Served as liaison between the venue and local law enforcement officers.
  • Testified in courtroom trials as a law enforcement professional.
  • Assisted federal, state and local law enforcement entities.
  • Coordinated law enforcement activities for the County.
  • Performed daily law enforcement activities such as maintaining security of military installation and its' employees.
  • Employed by the Wackenhut Corporation as a State of Hawaii contracted law enforcement officer at the Honolulu International Airport.
  • United States Law Enforcement Park Ranger Protected park resources and visitors; Enforced New Jersey State and Federal laws.
  • Assigned to provide Law Enforcement and Physical Security protection onboard a US Naval vessel.
  • Worked as Law enforcement officer on Fedral contracts.

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7. Arrest Warrants

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Here's how Arrest Warrants is used in Law Enforcement Officer jobs:
  • Respond to emergencies such as motor vehicle accidents, crimes in progress, serve subpoenas, arrest warrants, citations.
  • Issue and execute arrest warrants and provide courtroom testimony in consultation with VA Police management and U.S. Attorney's Office.
  • Assisted with warrants conducted by police departments and filed arrest warrants for a variety of animal related crimes.
  • Conduct investigations and surveillance in order to locate juveniles with arrest warrants (pick up orders).
  • Maintained law and order, cited and arrested violators, executed search and arrest warrants.
  • Serve arrest warrants and subpoenas; transport prisoners; assist in bookings and jailing.
  • Served arrest Warrants; able to keep situation under control and keep subject calm.
  • Obtain Search Warrants, Arrest Warrants, and Subpoena's for personal records.
  • Execute arrest warrants and transport prisoners to detention facilities.
  • Serve civil documents, arrest warrants, and evictions.
  • Drafted and executed search warrants and arrest warrants.
  • Prepare and serve search and arrest warrants.
  • Assigned to the Criminal Investigative Division in 1992 conducting major crime investigations, preparation and execution of search and arrest warrants.
  • Assisted area Narcotics Task Force in the execution of search and arrest warrants in drug violation enforcement.
  • Executed arrest warrants for 18th Judicial District Court of Kansas.

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8. Crime Scenes

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Here's how Crime Scenes is used in Law Enforcement Officer jobs:
  • Gathered preliminary investigation information as a detective on crime scenes.
  • Utilize law enforcement experience for the Area Support Group-Kuwait via the following: Respond, Investigate, and protect crime scenes.
  • Preserve crime scenes, gather evidence, and arrest suspects ensuring compliance with all properly authenticated directives within established guidelines.
  • Processed and handled crime scenes, interviewed and interrogated suspects of various crimes ranging from misdemeanors to felony violations.
  • Locate, secure, and protect crime scenes, collect and/or seize evidence; both physical and documentary.
  • Secure crime scenes and identify important evidence, employ proper collection techniques to avoid contamination of scene.
  • Secured crime scenes when first to arrive on a scene in order to secure and protect evidence.
  • Preserve, process, and analyze items of evidence obtained from crime scenes and suspects.
  • Conducted investigations at crime scenes, interviewed witnesses and/or took statements.
  • Interview witnesses, secure crime scenes, compile and preserve evidence.
  • Photographed and print a majority of my own crime scenes.
  • Secured crime scenes, gathered evidence and questioned witnesses.
  • Secured crime scenes while collecting and preserving evidence.
  • Investigated crime scenes and prepared proper written reports.
  • Secured crime scenes and maintained public control.
  • Analyze crime scenes Complete detailed reports at the conclusion of each investigation.
  • Preserved crime scenes, gathered evidence, and arrested suspects.
  • Coordinated Crime scenes Worked patrol.
  • Maintain institution security and provide for the health and welfare of the inmates Promote professional public relations Secure crime scenes.
  • Investigated criminal activity Interviewed victims, witnesses and suspects Preserved crime scenes Gathered evidence and arrested suspects.

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9. Criminal Investigations

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Here's how Criminal Investigations is used in Law Enforcement Officer jobs:
  • Conduct criminal investigations involving felony/misdemeanor offenses.
  • Direct supervision of 10-12 Deputy Sheriff's or Detectives where start-to-finish criminal investigations or patrol functions were managed.
  • State and Federal Law/Statutes Certified LEDT (Law Enforcement Driver Training) Certified Firearms Certified Criminal Investigations
  • Conducted criminal investigations including crime scene evidence analysis, interviewing victims or witnesses with thorough documentation.
  • Conduct criminal investigations by gathering evidence; interviewing victims and witnesses; interrogating suspects.
  • Conduct misdemeanor and felony criminal investigations to include robbery, sexual crime and homicide.
  • Initiated and conducted criminal investigations in accordance with established procedures and guidelines.
  • Designated as command investigator to timely resolve criminal investigations and law detractors.
  • Conducted interrogations and deposition interviews as part of ongoing criminal investigations.
  • Interviewed appropriate individuals, and followed-up effectively during criminal investigations.
  • Conducted interviews of witnesses and suspects for criminal investigations.
  • Manage criminal investigations, internal and external administrative investigations.
  • Conducted and processed criminal investigations.
  • Build strong working relationships with informants in order to gather intelligence on known and unknown suspects in ongoing criminal investigations.
  • Last assignment before retiring was supervision of Internal Affairs Unit which was responsible for internal as well as criminal investigations.
  • Conduct criminal investigations, issued citations, make arrests, seize property/contraband in accordance with state statutes and guidelines.
  • Conducted any and all types of criminal investigations * Also enforced all civil, criminal and environmental laws.
  • Conducted various levels of criminal investigations, gathered evidence, and worked to secure convictions as needed.
  • Conducted felony and misdeanor criminal investigations and interviews.
  • Conduct criminal investigations that includE interviewing witnesses, victims and suspects of crimes.

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10. Police Department

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  • Participated in undercover reverse prostitution stings involving Orlando Police Department and Orange County Sheriff's Office.
  • Experienced many levels of the police department including interviewing, interrogation, and evidence processing.
  • Employed for several area police departments
  • Assisted in enhancing police department community relation and image, along with building countywide Law Enforcement relation with other agencies.
  • Completed over 700 hours of Basic Training and Continuing Education (CJI) West Memphis Police Department Training
  • Provided expertise to enhance the Albuquerque Police Department and provide training and manpower as requested.
  • Worked night on-call shifts and responded to emergency situations dispatched by police departments.
  • Designed and implemented all-terrain vehicle (ATV) training program for the police department
  • Worked within the community to promote a good image for the police department.
  • Instructed basic firearms skills to the Police department and to all new Officers.
  • Collaborated with local Police Departments to decrease violent crime rate around properties.
  • Conduct annual training and re-certifications with all officers in the police department.
  • Provided the community with knowledge about the police department and built relationships.
  • Conducted various investigations and missions on behalf of the police department.
  • Served as Law Enforcement Officer for City of Houston Police Department.
  • Worked Joint Task force with the Dallas Police Department.
  • Clear Lake Police Department / Polk County Sheriff's Department Enforced uniform traffic codes, laws and village ordinances.
  • Full Time Law Enforcement Officer with the Brandon Police Department for the town of Brandon, Vermont.
  • Patrol Officer Voorhees Township Police Department - Voorhees Township, NJ Responded to calls in both routine and emergency situations.
  • Serve as a Patrol unit on the Daytona Beach Police Department - Public / Community relations

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11. Criminal Acts

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Here's how Criminal Acts is used in Law Enforcement Officer jobs:
  • Investigated criminal acts and incidents; collected and preserved evidence of crimes, and apprehended offenders.
  • Identified, pursued, and arrested suspects of felony and misdemeanor criminal acts.
  • Investigated criminal acts that occurred to and by school aged children.
  • Review facts of incidents to determine criminal acts or statute violations.
  • Identify, pursue, and arrest perpetrators of criminal acts.

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12. Firearms

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Here's how Firearms is used in Law Enforcement Officer jobs:
  • Developed and managed firearms training programs, including weapons selection and qualification standards.
  • Lead instructor for firearms training provided to federal law enforcement officers.
  • Provided firearms instruction and training for Arizona officers.
  • Specialized training in the use of force, firearms, weapon retention, defensive tactics, handcuffing, CCTV usage.
  • Attended and completed 40 hours of basic police firearms instructor/basic police instructor school in 1999, Criminal Justice Training Center
  • Authorized to carry firearms and to use physical force, including deadly force, to maintain control of inmates.
  • Operate law enforcement/emergency equipment when appropriate, such as issued firearms, post access consoles, and portable radios.
  • Certified as an Advanced Instructor with multiple specialties; to include Firearms, Less Lethal and Active Shooter.
  • Received firearms and tactical training at the Arizona Law Enforcement Academy in Phoenix, AZ.
  • Qualified to carry firearms and met all requirements to work on arrest team.
  • Maintained and was responsible for department issued vehicle, firearms, and equipment.
  • Trained in use and proficiency of firearms and defensive tactics.
  • Conducted training in various fields, firearms to sniper program.
  • Experienced in qualifying for NJ requirement for firearms.
  • Authorized to carry firearms and make arrest.
  • Served as lead firearms instructor.
  • United States Park Police SWAT division: o Including the training of new recruits in advanced tactics and firearms.
  • Secured and managed accountability of the Arms Room of Firearms, Ammunition, Tasers, OC spray and Devices.
  • Possess a current LEOSA Firearms Proficiency card.)
  • Served as Specialized Instructor - Firearms Certification 3.

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13. Traffic Accidents

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Here's how Traffic Accidents is used in Law Enforcement Officer jobs:
  • Investigated traffic accidents, issued traffic citations, directed traffic and participated in other emergency operation activities.
  • Investigated traffic accidents and enforced state and federal laws and traffic regulations.
  • Conducted thorough investigations of serious injury and fatality traffic accidents.
  • Analyzed traffic accidents and general traffic surveys.
  • Provided Incident Reports for all incidents reported: Traffic accidents, loss/stolen items, Fire Station responses and other serious reports.
  • Investigate traffic accidents, aid injured persons, determine if any criminal offenses have been committed and write appropriate reports.
  • Investigated traffic accidents and enforced traffic laws, investigated a wide range of criminal offenses and took reports from citizens.
  • Testified at state and federal trials; Investigated traffic accidents to determine cause and cite violator(s).
  • Respond to traffic accidents, secure the area, and provide assistance for victims.
  • Investigate traffic accidents to determine causes and/or if a crime has been committed.
  • Investigated traffic accidents, public complaints, crime scenes, and emergency situations.
  • Direct traffic and may investigate traffic accidents and provide aid to injured persons.
  • Investigated reports of crime offenses, traffic accidents, and damage to property.
  • Control traffic flow and investigate any traffic accidents on base.
  • Generate reports for all criminal violations and traffic accidents.
  • Investigated traffic accidents, personal and property crimes.
  • Monitored and investigated suspicions persons and situations and unusual activities.Analyzed traffic accidents, traffic patterns and conducted selected traffic enforcment accordingly.

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14. Traffic Laws

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Here's how Traffic Laws is used in Law Enforcement Officer jobs:
  • Enforced traffic laws and investigated vehicle collisions.
  • Enforced traffic laws and investigated accidents.
  • Preserved law and order; prevented and discovered alleged crimes; apprehended criminals and offenders and enforced vehicle and traffic laws.
  • Identified, pursued and arrested suspected criminals, resolved problems within the community and enforced traffic laws.
  • Provided presentations and education to the community and media about Florida's traffic laws and traffic safety.
  • Respond to security complaints, investigate any and all criminal and traffic laws and violations.
  • Enforce traffic laws, investigate vehicle collisions, and write accurate and complete reports.
  • Enforced traffic laws, investigated vehicle collisions, and testified in court.
  • Patrol assigned area for enforcement of traffic laws and prevention of crime.
  • Enforced all traffic laws and ordinances and checked speed with radar.
  • Enforced Florida traffic laws by issuing citations and warnings.
  • Enforced state laws, local ordinances and traffic laws.
  • Patrolled city streets enforcing traffic laws and city ordinances.
  • Enforce traffic laws and performed traffic crash investigations.
  • Enforce state traffic laws and conduct traffic surveys.
  • Conduct patrol procedures and enforce traffic laws.
  • Enforce traffic laws; issue appropriate citations.
  • Conducted traffic stops to enforce traffic laws.
  • Supervised Protect and serve Enforce traffic laws Provide helpful service to citizens Scheduling/ assisted with grant writing
  • Protect and serve Enforce traffic laws Provide helpful service to citizens Apprehend and transport suspects Deputy Sheriff

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16. Responder

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Here's how Responder is used in Law Enforcement Officer jobs:
  • Gathered preliminary investigation information as a first responder to crime scenes.
  • Requested back up and additional emergency responders.
  • Certified First Responder and Primary Crime Investigator.
  • Provided medical attention on the line to the public as part of my duties as a Medical First Responder.
  • Served as a first responder responsible for ensuring the safety and welfare of those in the community.
  • Acted as a first responder when dispatched, attending to emergencies until the arrival of emergency professionals.
  • Completed a voluntary Emergency First Responder course and was certified to respond to a medical emergency.
  • Reduced unproductive functions by being the first responder to various non-criminal calls for service.
  • Familiarized with the elementary basics of first aid as the on scene first responder.
  • Attended first responder courses and became a qualified Basic Life Saver as a result.
  • Applied first-aid and lifesaving procedures as first responder to accident and disaster scenes.
  • Provided emergency response for park visitors using my American RedCross First Responder skills.
  • Graduated Train the Trainer Weapons of Mass Destruction Preparedness Responder Awareness Course.
  • Certified in First Responder training, baton training, and handcuffing.
  • Act as first responder to crime scenes and accidents.
  • Recognized as a crisis negotiator for first responders.
  • Respond and assist with First Responder calls.
  • Acted as first responder for medical emergencies.
  • Acted as first responder for medical emergencies, included incoming calls and code red situations.
  • Served as a first responder during domestic security and weapons of mass destruction incidents.

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17. Security Personnel

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Here's how Security Personnel is used in Law Enforcement Officer jobs:
  • General - Implemented security policies/procedures, interviewed and trained other security personnel, and administered background investigations.
  • Supervised training of military and civilian security personnel.
  • Supervised and train new security personnel regarding procedures and policies established by the Department of the Army.
  • Designed a Microsoft Access program to keep up with all security personnel's qualifications.
  • Supervised a team of three security personnel.
  • Assisted in supervision of law enforcement operations for on-duty base security personnel as theCertified Force Protections Operations Center Controller.
  • Delivered guidance and onsite training to other law /security personnel.

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18. State Laws

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Here's how State Laws is used in Law Enforcement Officer jobs:
  • Apply federal and state laws governing the protection of threatened and endangered species and archaeological, cultural, and historical resources.
  • Issue summonses for the violation of park rules and regulations; may detain or arrest violators of City and State laws.
  • Assure compliance with Federal and State laws and ordinances, and agency rules and regulations pertaining to law enforcement work.
  • Enforced State Laws and City Ordinances, answered General and Emergency calls for service, Protecting Life and Property.
  • Conducted traffic stops and search and seizures of all patrons who violated federal and state laws.
  • Commissioned and trained as a county law enforcement officer authorized to enforce federal and state laws.
  • Patrol VA controlled facilities, enforce federal and state laws, and conduct basic investigations.
  • Commended by Division Director for efforts in developing enforcement efforts on new state laws.
  • Patrol: Ensured state laws and ordinances were followed and kept by the citizens.
  • Interpreted Virginia state laws and local ordinances to the citizens of Colonial Heights.
  • Enforce federal and state laws, rules and regulations through proactive patrol.
  • Document through reports all violations of University policies and State Laws.
  • Issued citations and warnings to violators of city and state laws.
  • Enforce WV state laws and Federal laws pursuant to FMCSA
  • Maintained a working knowledge of Florida State Laws.
  • Enforced both state laws and city ordinances.
  • Enforced town and state laws.
  • Enforced federal and state laws.
  • Patrolled city to maintain police presence and enforced local and state laws Responded to emergency calls and provided assistance to the community
  • Enforced city ordinances and state laws within my power Responded to emergency calls in Ocean City

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19. Local Laws

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  • Know and apply U.S. Criminal codes, civil codes, and federal, state and local laws, rules and regulations.
  • Patrol, responding to emergency calls, enforcing federal, state and local laws, investigating crimes, and community relations
  • Apply federal, state and local laws, rules and regulations governing hunting, fishing, trapping, and boating.
  • Enforce federal, state and local laws in a professional and courteous manner while practicing principles of sound community policing.
  • Know and be familiar with federal, state, local laws and governing rules and regulations.
  • Worked in the patrol division enforcing federal, state, and local laws and ordinances.
  • Enforced the federal, state and local laws, according to the standard operating procedures.
  • Hired to serve and protect citizens, enforcing state and local laws and ordinances.
  • Enforced state and local laws and responded to all types of incidents.
  • Enforce all State, City, local laws and ordinances as required.
  • Worked Patrol Division as Patrol Officer enforcing State and Local Laws.
  • Enforce state and local laws while ensuring the safety of citizens.
  • Be knowledgeable with all applicable state and local laws.
  • Enforce all state laws and local laws.
  • Uphold federal, state and local laws.
  • Enforced and maintained state and local laws by providing safety to the public Served as Team Investigator in the burglary division.
  • Enforced state and local laws, provided security for all specially designated aircraft (i.e.
  • Maintained order, responder to emergencies and enforced federal, state and local laws.
  • Worked Patrol Division enforcing State and Local Laws and conducting investigations as needed .
  • Enforce traffic laws in accordance general statutes and local laws.ibilities:

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  • Proofread security risk management documents and analyses developed by subordinate commanders and employees.
  • Recognized as exceptional trainer by students and commander.
  • Qualified as Dispatcher, Armorer, Field Supervisor, Duty Watch Commander, Assistant Watch Commander and Training Patrol Officer.
  • Acted as a team leader and assistant commander in order to train officers with little to no SWAT experience.
  • Develop methods to improve security policies, processes, and practices, and recommend changes to the commander.
  • Served as a Corporal in the detention center for 3 years, where was assigned as shift commander.
  • Promoted to Watch Commander after leading a team comprised of 12 military and 27 civilian law enforcement specialists.
  • Provided guidance and advice to the island commander during Chemical Accident/Incident Response Assistance (CAIRA) contingencies.
  • Act as Incident Commander as first on scene for accidents/incidents and assess needs based on incident potential/complexity.
  • Represented the Commander/Director and the Provost Marshal at ceremonies, official functions, and public events.
  • Awarded various Unit and personal commendations and Letter of Recommendation from Commandant and Group Commanders.
  • Prepared to assume the duties of the Patrol Supervisor/ Watch Commander in his/her absence.
  • Served as Assistant Commander of the Special Operations Division and Violent Crime Task Force.
  • Dispatch and field commander responsible for all employees including both stationary and mobile.
  • Promoted through the ranks to Lieutenant and Commander of Administration.
  • Selected for a Watch Commander position, ahead of peers.
  • Enforced traffic laws set by the Post Commander.
  • Served as shift commander on all three active shifts Served for three years on the Federal Reserve Police Special Response Team.
  • shift commander or duty officers responsible for patrolling an assigned area to prevent and discover crime and to enforce regulations.
  • Watch Commander Created and implemented security standards, policies and procedures.

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  • Participated in community outreach to establish rapport with local citizens.
  • Developed and implemented community outreach and safety programs.
  • Organized and participated in educational community outreach events.
  • Lead community outreach initiatives to educate locals regarding programs and resources offered by the Law Enforcement Office.
  • Led multiple community outreach programs that raised significant funds for local charities.

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  • Enforced resident behavior management system and wrote incident reports for infractions.
  • Conduct follow up interviews and document information on incident reports.
  • Prepare and accomplish accident/incident reports, and other written documents.
  • Conducted preliminary investigations and completed over 30 incident reports.
  • Processed and logged accurate and detailed incident reports.
  • Prepared incident reports and shift activity reports.
  • Completed incident reports and visitation logs.
  • Prepared incident reports as necessary.
  • Prepare detailed incident reports on evidence collected, retrieve and update computerize records and maintain sensitive and confidential case files.
  • Transported money and gaming chips on hotel property and assisted guests with customer relations and filing of incident reports.
  • Processed and logged over 450 accurate and detailed incident reports, case packages, and daily summary reports.
  • Created detailed incident reports with Microsoft based software, which was used during the prosecution of criminal activity.
  • Write or review security-related documents, such as incident reports, proposals, and tactical or strategic initiatives.
  • Compose incident reports for police records and for testifying in court.
  • Prepared incident reports for superiors to be used in court proceedings.
  • Prepare routine and standardized incident reports for the record.
  • Organized and recorded facts to prepare incident reports.
  • Completed incident reports and log citaions inthe computer.
  • Patrol Transport suspects to jail Create incident reports Relocated to Florida due to family illness
  • Conduct patrols Write incident reports Conduct investigations on crimes and injuries which occur on Airport property Issue citations Conduct security assessments

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Here's how Traffic Control is used in Law Enforcement Officer jobs:
  • Displayed traffic control devices to deter traffic violations and promote safety awareness.
  • Conducted traffic control during heavy traffic conditions, emergency and non-emergency situations.
  • Provide specialized traffic control services.
  • Installed and removed traffic control barricades, issued parking tickets and traffic summons as appropriate and participated in traffic safety programs.
  • Performed daily duties of patrol in all areas with a primary on city traffic control and crime prevention and detection.
  • Provide specialized pedestrian and traffic control services in connection with ceremonies, parades, emergency situations, and similar events.
  • Traffic control, parking enforcement on campus and public safety are some of other responsibilities while on duty.
  • Provide private duty investigation, traffic control, and security for contractors.
  • Engaged in traffic control by directing movement of vehicles and pedestrians.
  • Traffic control for parades, construction, escorts for oversize vehicles.
  • Conduct (ECP) traffic control during emergency situations.
  • Conducted traffic control during times of high traffic volume.
  • Trained and proficient in traffic control and traffic monitoring.
  • Traffic control due accidents, emergency and congested situations.
  • Master Instructor Air Traffic Control.
  • Provide security and traffic control during festivals, conventions and other events within the Okaloosa County jurisdiction.
  • Patrol areas of operations * Citations on violators and traffic control.
  • Traffic control during emergency and congested situations Patrolled designated districts to ensure community safety Parking enforcement
  • Provide first response for EMSProvide evening and weekend patrolPerform investigative work, traffic control and security
  • Responded to requests for police service Investigated traffic crashes Arrested criminals Managed traffic control Issued citations Testified in court

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Here's how Coast Guard is used in Law Enforcement Officer jobs:
  • Handle all logistical functions and are experts in the Coast Guard accounting system, preparing financial accounts and reports.
  • Established and maintained professional liaison with the Auxiliary Component of the U.S. Coast Guard serving as a liaison officer.
  • Prepared and support personnel in the execution of the Coast Guard's Maritime Security and Safety mission areas.
  • Conducted law enforcement missions in accordance with Coast Guard Policy and ensured a high level of awareness.
  • Instructed Coast Guard personnel on safety and the use of weapons, ammunition, and pyrotechnics.
  • Lead a duty section of fifteen team members through daily activities in the Coast Guard.
  • Served on the first Coast Guard team sent to the Middle East directly following 9/11.
  • Attended an eight week boarding officer law enforcement academy while serving in the Coast Guard.
  • Performed over 10 Search and Rescue mission while serving in the Coast Guard.
  • Maintained Coast Guard emergency response boats for around the clock operation.
  • Obtained the highest law enforcement qualification the Coast Guard offers.
  • Worked as security/bailiff for Coast Guard judicial hearings.
  • Coast Guard Boarding Team NCO in charge.
  • Full lesson plans and instructions were prepared according to U.S.Coast Guard rules and regulations by me as a lead instructor.
  • United States Coast Guard Responsible for any manner of both shipboard and residential/unit mechanical equipment as Machinery Technician 3rd Class.
  • Major accomplishments: Coast Guard Gunnery award for the cutter fleet in 2000 after extensive training regimen enacted.
  • United States Coast Guard Certified Weapons Instructor; instructed in shooting technique and all weapons certification.
  • Distributed intelligence to both U.S. Coast Guard units as well as other local law enforcement agencies.
  • United States Coast Guard Security Clearance Held other jobs during this time-all positive experiences on both sides
  • Completed BMA School, a rigorous 11 week Coast Guard training program.

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  • Created simulations for force-on-force firearms training/defensive tactics for customers and trained the trainers at Police/Sheriff departments.
  • Certified annually in emergency vehicle operations and defensive tactics.
  • Trained on defensive tactics, processing offenders, response to suspicious rape scene, hostage situations and to a bomb threat.
  • Served as Defensive Tactics Instructor for South Central Zone and Region Nine Law Enforcement & Investigations.
  • Trained as a recruit at the FWC academy, until sustaining an injury in defensive tactics.
  • Trained officers in defensive tactics, weapon retention, OC spray and expandable baton techniques.
  • Authorized to use defensive tactics or even deadly force if necessary.
  • Trained and Instructed police cadets and fellow officer on defensive tactics
  • Received the highest Defensive Tactics Achievement Award in 1998 * Awarded Hillsborough County Law Enforcement Officer of the Year in 2000.
  • Attended training and maintained proficiency in high-liability functions such as vehicle operation, defensive tactics and firearm use.
  • State and Federal PPTC Certified Basic Police Instructor, taught ground defensive tactics and verbal judo.
  • spray, bean bag rounds, taser, tear gas, flash-bangs, and defensive tactics.

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26. CPR

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  • Trained to respond to basic medical emergencies and am currently up to date on CPR/ basic life support certification.
  • Provide instruction in law enforcement requirements such as First Aid/CPR/AED, Emergency Vehicle Operation, and Active Shooter.
  • Certified in defensive tactics, firearms, driver's training, professional first aid and CPR.
  • Control room supervisor / operator, shift leader, CPR Instructor, Weapons trainer and qualified.
  • Provide basic first aid in medical emergencies, including CPR with Automatic External Defibrillator.
  • Certified in CPR, Defensive Tactics, OC Spray, Naval Corrections Academy graduate.
  • Well trained in CPR/First Aid, attended and passed fire safety classes.
  • Certified State of Indiana breath test operator and certified CPR/AED administrator.
  • Maintained qualification for first aid and CPR.
  • Certified in CPR and first aid.
  • Administered first aid/CPR if necessary.
  • Performed emergency First Aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation CPR as a first responder to accident and disaster scenes.
  • Completed basic training, certifying in CPR, first aide, AED, and Weapons qualification.
  • Certified in CPR, AED, and in numerous health classes for first responders.
  • Attended all necessary trainings for certification and employment such as first aid and CPR.
  • advanced first aid CPR and first response training, C.E.R.T.
  • State certified officer (800 certification hours) Various patrol duties Certified CPR instructor
  • attended First Responder, CPR, and AED classes on an annual basis.

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27. Suspicious Activities

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Here's how Suspicious Activities is used in Law Enforcement Officer jobs:
  • Leveraged exceptional law enforcement training and expertise to compile and analyze information from variety of resources and identify suspicious activities.
  • Detected suspicious activities and reported all incidents, accidents or medical emergencies.
  • Investigate illegal or suspicious activities and interview individuals.
  • Investigate illegal or suspicious activities.
  • Assist in investigating suspicious activities and persons; make arrests for violations of federal and state laws and city ordinances.
  • Patrolled assigned areas on foot checking for fires, vandalism, suspicious activities or persons, and safety/fire hazards.
  • Patrol on foot as well as in a vehicle in residential and business areas for suspicious activities.
  • Conducted hourly perimeter checks to check to deficiencies in perimeter fence and any suspicious activities.
  • Investigated and prepared reports on accidents, incidents, and suspicious activities.
  • Conducted initial investigations of suspicious activities, security breaches, and crimes.
  • Responded to and patrolled assigned area to check for suspicious activities.
  • Investigate possible threat alarms, security breaches and suspicious activities.
  • Posted at checkpoints, checking in law enforcements and standing by for any suspicious activities.

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28. Crowd Control

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Here's how Crowd Control is used in Law Enforcement Officer jobs:
  • Assisted with crowd control and numerous other criminal investigations.
  • Coordinated with community agencies to facilitate crowd control and safety services for events ranging in size from 3,000 to 11,000 patrons.
  • Secured campus, assistant students, patrol university, direct traffic, issues summons, crowd control at sporting events.
  • Crowd Control, investigating incidents and enforcing Laws of Illinois, Patrolling and ensuring a safe and secure environment.
  • General duties were to protect fellow athletes, and public, crowd control, and patrolled outside perimeters,
  • Responded to emergency calls and participated in crime scene management, crowd control, and investigation.
  • Supervised crowd control for Space Shuttle Atlantis landing, ensured secure environment for public viewing.
  • Conducted routine patrols, special patrols, and traffic and crowd control duties.
  • Provided 24-hour venue security-working entry points, perimeter security, and crowd control.
  • Conducted Crowd Control for G-8 Conference and various other events, i.e.
  • Performed traffic and crowd control during large events and presidential visit.
  • Direct traffic and conduct crowd control during events and emergencies.
  • Assisted in crowd control and disturbance prevention.
  • Preformed traffic and crowd control.
  • Traffic direction and crowd control.
  • Crowd Control Expert Conducted Investigations, Interviews and Acquired Statements from witnesses and people of interest.
  • Requested back up and additional emergency responders.Performed traffic and crowd control during large events and presidential visit.
  • Traffic and crowd control Traffic enforcement Patrol beachfront on foot or bicycle; render first aid

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29. General Public

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Here's how General Public is used in Law Enforcement Officer jobs:
  • Protect and serve the general public, handled investigations, missing person's reports, transport of prisoners to medical facilities.
  • Implemented defensive tactics and physical restraints to maintain the safety and security of personnel and the general public.
  • Interfaced directly and responded with general public regarding inquiries, traffic citations, disturbances, and directions.
  • Preserve good relationships with the general public while educating on crime and crime prevention.
  • Developed Community orientated programs for the school system as well as the general public.
  • Interacted with the general public and community members to build good public relations.
  • Speak with the general public and take reports regarding crime that has occurred.
  • Assisted the general public and responded to calls of service in the city.
  • Utilize nonverbal and verbal skills to assist the general public.
  • Assigned to the telecommunication area receiving the general publics compliants, collecting precise information and relaying information to dispatcher.
  • Worked on community relations between the Department and the general public.

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30. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Law Enforcement Officer jobs:
  • Provide excellent customer service and communicate courteously and responsively and provide effective and efficient service to the public and co-workers.
  • Provided customer service, community relations, community policing, and provided assistance/training to new employees.
  • Provided effective communication and customer service in cultural and diverse environments.
  • Provided customer service, community relations, and community policing.
  • Provided flawless customer service in a demanding environment.
  • Present a professional manner and exceptional customer service.
  • Help train staff members in policies and procedures including sales, customer service and product knowledge.
  • Provided customer service to all customers of the facility whether face to face or via telephone.
  • Maintained a high level of customer service, and vigilance and kept the surrounding environment cleaned.
  • Schedule employees to achieve customer service standards while ensuring that payroll percentage guidelines are met.
  • Continue challenging employees by setting sales goals and motivating them to provide legendary customer service.
  • Provide protection for state properties and direct customer service to visitors and staff.
  • Inspected contractor paperwork and maintained both data entry and customer service.
  • Provide a high level of customer service to clients.
  • Experience providing a full range of customer service skills.
  • Develop highly empathic client relationships and earned reputation for delivering exceptional customer service though interpersonal skills.
  • Handle high stress situations Quality customer service Ability to work in an office setting

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31. Domestic Violence

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Here's how Domestic Violence is used in Law Enforcement Officer jobs:
  • Reported evidence of domestic violence and delinquent juveniles to supervisor and appropriate authorities.
  • Prepared reports of child abuse, domestic violence, physical assault, and drug and alcohol related incidences.
  • Interview victims/witnesses of domestic violence such as domestic assaults, physical, mental, and emotional abuse.
  • Preformed standby duties for Domestic Violence (Temporary PFA service), Child Custody disputes.
  • Have worked as a patrol handling various calls ranging from drugs to domestic violence calls.
  • Handled and resolved Domestic Violence case in a calm & professional manner.
  • Responded to calls for service which included domestic violence and theft.
  • Handle domestic violence calls Work alone without supervision
  • Responded to motor vehicle accidents, domestic violence, disputes, and other emergencies.
  • Do reports: ( accident, criminal, domestic violence etc.)

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32. Suspicious Persons

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  • Conduct investigations of suspicious persons or situations and preliminary investigations of major crimes and criminal activity.
  • Noted suspicious persons and establishments and reported to superior officer.
  • Observe and investigate suspicious persons and unusual activities.
  • Observed, detained and questioned suspicious persons, and when warranted made arrests.
  • Monitor, note, report, and investigate suspicious persons and situations.
  • Apprehend any suspicious persons or felons, i.e.
  • Monitored and investigates suspicious persons, situations and unusual activities.

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33. Patrol Division

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Here's how Patrol Division is used in Law Enforcement Officer jobs:
  • Patrol officer assigned to Patrol Division as a Traffic Homicide Investigator, Field Training and normal duties of a police officer.
  • Assigned to the uniform patrol division and was responsible for the enforcement of state, county, and city laws.
  • Patrol Supervisor for a 12 man patrol division ensuring the safety and well being of an entire Naval Base.
  • Served in the patrol division for 13 years, in the homicide division for 7 years; S.W.A.T.
  • Assigned to patrol division, enforce local, state and federal laws.
  • Assigned to the patrol division, with general related patrol duties.
  • Established the first motorcycle patrol unit for the Park Patrol Division.
  • Served in the Uniform Patrol Division for 8 years.
  • Assigned to Patrol division, Cpl.
  • Officer in Patrol Division * Trained in Evidence Recovery.

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34. Cctv

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Here's how Cctv is used in Law Enforcement Officer jobs:
  • Monitored CCTV for military inmates during their incarceration on daily activities.
  • Operate personal and AS400 computer systems, CCTV systems, phone systems, Microsoft office suite.
  • Operated and monitored security control panels alarms, and Closed Circuit Television (CCTV).
  • Secure confidential materials and facilities, entry systems, security sensor and CCTV systems.
  • Trained in CCTV operation and dispatching patrols to various alarms.
  • Utilized CCTV, ESS dispatcher, and FLIR monitoring systems.
  • Monitored access control systems, including CCTV systems.
  • Monitor inmates via CCTV and direct contact.
  • Helped control all access of personnel and vehicle movement on government installations using CCTV monitoringsystems.

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35. Security Checks

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Here's how Security Checks is used in Law Enforcement Officer jobs:
  • Communicate with citizens within the community on security checks and localized crime happening within jurisdiction.
  • Conducted security for Chesapeake Energy/Properties-Managed weekly reports/security checks- Responded to calls pertaining to Chesapeake Properties
  • Conducted internal security checks and distributed meals.
  • Conducted daily security checks throughout building.
  • Conduct security checks for various buildings and spaces that may contain classified areas, security safes, or classified material.
  • Performed daily security checks of locks, doors and alarm systems to identify evidence of tampering or forced entry.
  • Protect real and personal property by providing security checks of residential, business, and public premises.
  • Conduct traffic stops at the Installation Access Control Point (IACP) for safety and security checks.
  • Apprehended weapons, patrolling, issuing tickets, security checks, and investigating violations.
  • Patrolled assigned areas of the city while performing security checks on buildings and residences.
  • Conduct security checks twice per hour to ensure safety of facility and persons incarcerated.
  • Foot patrol security checks to detect discrepancies along fence line and other designated areas.
  • Conducted numerous hours of community policing through foot patrols and school security checks.
  • Conduct security checks of locks, doors, bars & windows, etc.
  • Performed internal and external security checks for the entire facility and grounds.
  • Perform random and scheduled security checks, including cell searches.
  • Controlled vehicle security checks and access to restricted areas.
  • Conducted building security checks to determine status, secured facilities, reported security violations or irregularities encountered within the area.
  • Provided services such as making sure employees are safe and conducting security checks around the building making sure it is secured.

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36. Medal

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Here's how Medal is used in Law Enforcement Officer jobs:
  • Awarded the Meritorious Service Medal upon retiring from Military Service
  • Awarded Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal when demobilized.
  • Received Meritorious Service Award and Letter of Commendation (1996) and the Coast Guard Achievement Medal (1998)
  • Air Force Overseas Long Tour Ribbon, National Defense Service Medal, Air Force Training Ribbon.
  • Awarded the Army Achievement Medal and The Commandants Letter of Commendation* Currently hold a Secret security clearance
  • Received a Medal and award for being the primary investigator of an Officer InvolvedShooting.
  • Awarded a Letter of Commendation and five medals for actions in the field.
  • Awarded: Unit Presidential Citation and Good Conduct Medal.
  • Retired with distinction with many medals and awards.
  • Lined police chiefs citation medal.

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37. New Officers

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Here's how New Officers is used in Law Enforcement Officer jobs:
  • Report writing, to serve as witness on court cases, and to train new officers to meet departmental guidelines.
  • Certified in Defensive Tactics and as a Field Training Officer responsible for training and mentoring new officers.
  • Trained over 20 new Officers checking in or coming aboard on work processes and policies.
  • Trained new officers in all aspects of security - physical, personal procedures and documentation.
  • Trained new officers in report writing techniques and how to conduct a proper search.

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38. City Ordinances

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Here's how City Ordinances is used in Law Enforcement Officer jobs:
  • Apprehended and arrested suspects for felony or misdemeanor offenses in accordance with City ordinances and state statutes.
  • Protected life and property through the enforcement of laws and city ordinances.
  • Enforced Vermont Laws and Winooski City Ordinances, as well as School Policies.
  • Enforced the city ordinances of each city (i.e.

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39. K-9

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Here's how K-9 is used in Law Enforcement Officer jobs:
  • Conducted base access and entry control operations including base security patrols and k-9 explosive and narcotics detection operations/missions.
  • Worked with detention a total of 7 years, involved in tactical extractions, K-9 operations and dealing with combative inmates.
  • Involved in a wide range of criminal investigations; SWAT Team-member & SWAT (sniper/counter-sniper) marksman; K-9 Handler.
  • Patrol the streets of Minot Air Force Base as a Law Enforcement Officer with K-9 partner.
  • Served as member of K-9 Division, S.W.A.T., and performed security detail as assigned.
  • Assigned a dual purpose K-9 used in short notice call outs and on patrol.
  • Patrol Division, Court and Warrant supervisor, in charge of the K-9 division.
  • Initiated the first K-9 Officer program at the Plymouth Police Department.
  • Served as Patrol Officer; K-9 Officer and Undercover narcotics officer
  • Completed 200 hours of K-9 Handler training.
  • Served as a K-9 Handler for 4 years.

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40. DUI

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Here's how DUI is used in Law Enforcement Officer jobs:
  • Conducted law enforcement duties including traffic tickets, base entry point checks and DUI task force operations.
  • Letter from Alliance Against Intoxicated Motorists (AAIM); recognition for DUI citations.
  • Issued traffic citations, worked DUI checkpoints, and base entry control points.
  • Assisted officers in DUI traffic stops and field sobriety tests.
  • General foot/vehicle patrol, radar patrol, DUI patrol.
  • Assist in DUI enforcement checkpoints.

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41. Court Hearings

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  • Prepared casework for Immigration Court hearings and processed individuals for deportation proceedings.
  • Attend court hearings to provide official testimony, primarily in relations to traffic violations and criminal cases.
  • Provided security for all family court hearings and responsible for inmates that are taken into custody.
  • Participate in court hearings, offering subject matter expertise to influence outcomes.
  • Attended court hearings and trials to provide official testimony.

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42. Government Agencies

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Here's how Government Agencies is used in Law Enforcement Officer jobs:
  • Performed specialized internal security operations with various government agencies.
  • Served as a liaison between federal, state and local law enforcement and other government agencies.
  • Maintained liaison with other government agencies and local Crime Watch to ensure effective communication.

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43. Special Events

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Here's how Special Events is used in Law Enforcement Officer jobs:
  • Screen all deliveries, vehicles entering or standing adjacent to property, as well as sites of special events or details.
  • Escort individuals and provide security at special events, such as marathons, parades, concerts and related presentations.
  • Perform special Tactical Assignments, crowd control, traffic enforcement, special Events at the school.
  • Served as Security Specialist for Wild land fire operations and special events.
  • Assist with special events held on and off the installation.
  • Assist with crowd and/or traffic control during special events.
  • Escorted weddings, funerals and special events.
  • Participated as a member of the Broward team in response to the BP oil spill and additional special events.
  • Handled portfolio accounts for special events and charity.

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44. Secret Service

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Here's how Secret Service is used in Law Enforcement Officer jobs:
  • Cooperated with U.S. Secret Service Agents in conducting security advances and providing additional security detail for Presidential visit to the city.
  • Performed military law enforcement duties including several joint operations with the U.S. Secret Service during Presidential or dignitary visits.
  • Collect and analyze information vital to protective intelligence throughout the Secret Service.
  • Prepare and present reports or briefings to Secret Service Officials to disseminate crucial intelligence throughout the Secret Service and other agencies.
  • Provided security detail in assistance with Secret Service for (POTUS) and V. Presidential visits in 2009 and 2012.
  • Supported U.S. Secret Service - Presidential Protective Detail (Clinton) Maryland and Virginia Area
  • Assigned to work jointly with Secret Service detail responsible for Presidential visit of area.
  • Performed special detailed operations with the U.S. Marshall and Secret Service.
  • Exchanged counterfeit money to the secret service.
  • Assisted the Secret Service during V.I.P.
  • Assisted United States Secret Service on numerous occasions with dignitary security at Ft. Myer, VA and Arlington National Cemetery.
  • Initiate and maintain contact with federal, state, and local agencies (Secret Service, U.S.

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45. Daily Activities

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  • Prepared reports of daily activities and irregularities for management review and proper resolution.
  • Performed supervisor duties as required such as performance reviews, morning reports, and briefing daily activities to be disseminated.
  • Monitored inmates' daily activities, watching closely for unusual behavior, improper conduct, or signs of possible conflict.
  • Prepare detailed and accurate reports, records, statistics, and/or logs on daily activities.
  • Record daily activities and submit logs and other related reports and paperwork to appropriate authorities.
  • Completed reports on daily activities and submit to chain of command for approval.
  • Keep track of daily activities and report them in a suitable format.
  • Conduct in-depth reports on daily activities, noting arrests and unusual incidents.
  • Worked with the community in daily activities and other special projects.
  • Keep detailed logs of daily activities through computer generated logs.
  • Completed reports on crimes, arrest, and daily activities.
  • Maintained records of daily activities for future reference.
  • Record daily activities on a daily log.

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46. Appropriate Action

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  • Assist in conducting investigations to determine the circumstances surrounding criminal violations and take appropriate action to prosecute a violator.
  • Detected safety and security deficiencies and initiated appropriate action to correct problems.
  • Demonstrated the ability to determine appropriate actions beyond guidelines given when necessary.
  • Determined appropriate actions or responses after collecting and evaluating relative information.
  • Respond quickly to dispatch calls while taking appropriate action when arriving on scene.
  • Observed and took appropriate action in the event of suspicious activity.
  • Responded quickly to dispatch and took appropriate action at crime and disaster scenes.

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48. Military Installations

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Here's how Military Installations is used in Law Enforcement Officer jobs:
  • Flight team leader, provided safety and security at various military installations for property and personnel.
  • Conducted/controlled inspections of Delivery trucks, Commercial vehicles, and personnel vehicles entering military installations.
  • Secured internal and external perimeters around military installations.
  • Defend personnel, equipment and resources from hostile forces throughout the base security zone of military installations.
  • Conducted Command Inspections of military installations under the preview of COMNAVAIRPAC jurisdiction.7.
  • Patrol and enforce all rules and regulations on military installations.

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49. Illegal Activity

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Here's how Illegal Activity is used in Law Enforcement Officer jobs:
  • Prevented crimes by immediately reporting all unusual, unauthorized and illegal activity on the premises.
  • Prevent illegal activity, handle complaints, conduct investigations and apprehend suspects as necessary.
  • Investigate persons, situations, safety hazards, unusual or illegal activity in patrol area.
  • Initial and investigation of illegal activity or crimes against the State of Florida.

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50. DOD

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  • Assisted US Secret Service by providing security for US President (POTUS), DoD Secretaries, and numerous US/Foreign Dignitaries.
  • Controlled traffic at the installation entry points and prevented entry of unauthorized people to protect over 10K DoD personnel.
  • Analyzed, produced, and disseminated intelligence briefings for and to high level DOD personnel.
  • Handled accountability, issue, and control of all DoD material surrounding vehicle registration.
  • Ensured unit training plan was in compliance with established USAF and DoD training directives.
  • Lead instructor for firearms training provided to DoD personnel deploying to hostile areas.
  • Assisted or worked jointly with ICE, FBI, and DOD.
  • Managed the assignments of fifty seven Military Policemen and twenty Department of Defense (DoD) Police officers.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Law Enforcement Officer

Public Safety

12.9%

Emergency Situations

10.0%

Military Personnel

9.0%

Auto Claims

7.6%

Present Evidence

7.6%

Law Enforcement

7.3%

Arrest Warrants

6.5%

Crime Scenes

6.1%

Criminal Investigations

4.9%

Police Department

4.5%

Criminal Acts

3.9%

Firearms

3.2%

Traffic Accidents

2.6%

Traffic Laws

2.5%

Family Law

2.4%

Responder

2.2%

Security Personnel

2.0%

State Laws

1.8%

Local Laws

1.5%

Commander

1.5%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Law Enforcement Officer

Rank Skill
1 Public Safety 10.2%
2 Emergency Situations 7.9%
3 Military Personnel 7.1%
4 Auto Claims 6.0%
5 Present Evidence 6.0%
6 Law Enforcement 5.8%
7 Arrest Warrants 5.1%
8 Crime Scenes 4.8%
9 Criminal Investigations 3.9%
10 Police Department 3.6%
11 Criminal Acts 3.1%
12 Firearms 2.6%
13 Traffic Accidents 2.1%
14 Traffic Laws 2.0%
15 Family Law 1.9%
16 Responder 1.7%
17 Security Personnel 1.6%
18 State Laws 1.4%
19 Local Laws 1.2%
20 Commander 1.2%
21 Community Outreach 1.2%
22 Incident Reports 1.1%
23 Traffic Control 1.1%
24 Coast Guard 1.0%
25 Defensive Tactics 1.0%
26 CPR 0.9%
27 Suspicious Activities 0.9%
28 Crowd Control 0.8%
29 General Public 0.8%
30 Customer Service 0.8%
31 Domestic Violence 0.7%
32 Suspicious Persons 0.7%
33 Patrol Division 0.7%
34 Cctv 0.6%
35 Security Checks 0.6%
36 Medal 0.6%
37 New Officers 0.6%
38 City Ordinances 0.6%
39 K-9 0.5%
40 DUI 0.5%
41 Court Hearings 0.5%
42 Government Agencies 0.5%
43 Special Events 0.5%
44 Secret Service 0.5%
45 Daily Activities 0.5%
46 Appropriate Action 0.5%
47 Legal Documents 0.5%
48 Military Installations 0.5%
49 Illegal Activity 0.5%
50 DOD 0.5%
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