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Top 50 Patrol Officer Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Patrol Officer. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Patrol Officer resumes they appeared on. For example, 12.7% of Patrol Officer resumes contained Law Enforcement as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Patrol Officer actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These are the most important skills for a Patrol Officer:

1. Law Enforcement

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Here's how Law Enforcement is used in Patrol Officer jobs:
  • Initiated immediate response and resolution to all major crimes in progress executing all necessary and appropriate law enforcement actions.
  • Consulted with other government and law enforcement agencies during investigations to gather information.
  • Direct communication with law enforcement/office supervisor as needed.
  • Perform law enforcement duties and responsibilities.
  • General duties related to a law enforcement officer, including answering call for service, report writing, and traffic enforcement.
  • Apprehend or remove trespassers or thieves from railroad property or coordinate with law enforcement agencies in apprehensions and removals.
  • Prepare reports and respond to complaints from residents, worked in conjunction with law enforcement agencies as needed.
  • Prepared law enforcement reports and forms, including statements, accident reports, and other correspondence as needed.
  • Interacted with city's government, local media, and residents regarding law enforcement matters.
  • Serve as a law enforcement officer to the citizens' of Miami Beach, Florida.
  • Work and coordinate with all local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies.
  • Developed working knowledge of law enforcement policies, procedures, techniques, and firearms.
  • Prepared crime scene reports and liaised with local law enforcement agencies in crime prevention.
  • Responded to calls for service and took appropriate law enforcement action.
  • Developed draft standards for CALEA Law Enforcement Accreditation for the organization.
  • Reported all incidents, accidents and medical emergencies to law enforcement.
  • Interact with other law enforcement and safety agencies.
  • Dispatched emergency personnel, Law enforcement Patrolman, K9 officer within county limits
  • Patrol reservation and tribal assets Enforce state and tribal laws Report writing and daily logs Work closely with local law enforcement
  • full time) - General law enforcement duties as a police officer.

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2. Public Safety

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Here's how Public Safety is used in Patrol Officer jobs:
  • Utilize community policing techniques and direct interaction with community to enhance public safety and awareness.
  • Non-commissioned Patrol Officer with Princeton University's Department of Public Safety.
  • Optimized public safety by proficiently conducting patrols of neighborhoods.
  • Engaged in various community-oriented public safety activities.
  • Conduct traffic enforcement to enhance public safety.
  • Performed all duties of a sworn certified Public Safety Officer for The State of Georgia and The City of Cairo.
  • Provided public safety by maintaining order, responding to emergencies, protecting and serving people and property.
  • Served as an adjunct professor at the Southeast Public Safety Institute as a police academy instructor.
  • Speak at lectures containing to safety on campus and Public Safety role on campus.
  • Provided for the public safety by maintaining order and responding to emergencies.
  • Provided public safety by enforcing laws governed by the State of GA.
  • Enforce law regulating boating operation, public safety, and facility maintenance.
  • Respond to civilian, property, and public safety emergencies.
  • Ensured public safety by providing a positive presence in area.
  • Responded to police radio calls and ensure public safety.
  • Responded to calls for service and public safety.
  • Provided public safety Secured scientific area and safe guarded highly sensitive material
  • Provide public safety services as a uniformed Tribal Law Enforcement officer to the Morongo Indian Nation.
  • Patrolled a college campus environment responding to dispatch calls to enforce laws and ensure public safety.
  • Stand post and ensure staff and public safety Assist public with EMS if needed Maintain order in property Assist public with directions

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3. Motor Vehicle Ordinances

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Here's how Motor Vehicle Ordinances is used in Patrol Officer jobs:
  • Relay complaint and emergency-request information to appropriate agency dispatchers.Issued citations or warnings to violators of motor vehicle ordinances.

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4. Emergency Situations

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Here's how Emergency Situations is used in Patrol Officer jobs:
  • Work alongside emergency crews and escort media personnel in emergency situations.
  • Responded expeditiously to emergency situations and provided appropriate support.
  • Handle security issues or emergency situations appropriately.
  • Respond to emergency situations and rectify problems.
  • Operated barricades during emergency situations.
  • Use own judgment in deciding the course of action, being expected to handle difficult and emergency situations without assistance.
  • Maintained on-call status, remaining available for emergency situations 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • Enforce rules, regulations, policies, procedures, and responded to emergency situations requiring security assistance.
  • Responded to emergency situations, answered emergency calls, and worked with the public.
  • Make timely decisions in emergency situations where property or lives are in jeopardy.
  • Responded to alarms and emergency situations as needed and directed by policies.
  • Have the ability to exercise sound and independent judgment in emergency situations.
  • Responded to calls in both routine and emergency situations.
  • Responded to all emergency situations as directed by policies.
  • Conducted high-speed vehicle chases in serious and emergency situations.
  • Expected to handle emergency situations and calmly respond.
  • Acted with urgency in emergency situations.
  • Functioned as a first responder to various emergency situations providing emergency first aid as needed.
  • Conducted high-speed chases in serious and emergency situations Write detailed arrest and accident reports.
  • Provide backup on Psychatric Units in emergency situations.

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5. Present Evidence

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Here's how Present Evidence is used in Patrol Officer jobs:
  • Testify in court to present evidence or act as witness in traffic and criminal cases.picture of business person in suit.
  • Document case information; assists in the prosecution of offenders; appear in court to present evidence and testimony.
  • Prepared cases for court; appeared in court to present evidence and served as a witness.
  • Testify in court and present evidence/sworn testimony regarding the investigative process and facts of the case.
  • Present evidence and testifies in judicial proceedings (e.g., traffic court, criminal trial).
  • Testify in court to present evidence or act as witness in traffic and criminal cases.
  • Serve warrants, make arrests, and compile and present evidence for court actions.
  • Testified in court to present evidence or act as a witness in traffic/criminal cases.
  • Rendered aid to accident victims and testified in court to present evidence.
  • Appeared in court to present evidence relevant to a case.
  • Testify and present evidence at all required court hearings.
  • Present evidence and testify in court.
  • Present evidence at criminal trials.

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6. Criminal Acts

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Here's how Criminal Acts is used in Patrol Officer jobs:
  • Prepared reports to complete investigations to determine if criminal acts or statute violations were involved.
  • Detected suspicious activities and monitored premises for criminal acts and rule infractions.
  • Deter, restrain and/or arrest individuals attempting to impose physical harm to one self, others or commit criminal acts.
  • Interviewed witnesses to criminal acts, suspects, victims, informants, and others in order to obtain relevant information.
  • Detect and report suspicious activities and watch for criminal acts or potential threats to employees and property.
  • Enforced city, state and park district ordinance and conduct preliminary investigations of criminal acts.
  • Review facts to determine if criminal acts were committed and prepare reports about the incidents.
  • Detected suspicious activities and watched for criminal acts and client rule infractions at the site.
  • Conducted legal searches and investigations of actions to determine if criminal acts were committed.
  • Identify suspects and perpetrators of criminal acts, making arrests and process remands.
  • Investigate allegations of criminal acts to determine the nature and extent of crime.
  • Identify, pursue, and arrest suspects and perpetrators of criminal acts.
  • Monitor security and alarm systems to detect theft and other criminal acts.
  • Identify, pursue, and arrest suspects for criminal acts committed.
  • Responded to and investigated various types of criminal and non-criminal acts.
  • Review facts of incidents in determining criminal acts and violation.
  • Make arrests for criminal acts committed on client property.
  • Detected suspicious activities and watched for criminal acts.
  • Issued traffic citations, warnings, interviewed witnesses,victims, and suspects involving criminal acts.
  • Conducted investigations of criminal acts and ordinance violations (e.g.

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7. Police Department

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Here's how Police Department is used in Patrol Officer jobs:
  • Conducted preliminary investigation and performed liaison functions between the Police Department and the community.
  • Maximized daily, face-to-face contact with citizens to promote police department image.
  • Patrolled Commercial and privet properties, worked intimately with local police departments.
  • Worked closely with the Columbus police department
  • Report incidents to Rockford Police Department, Winnebago County Sheriff's Department, Illinois State Police and Department of Homeland Security.
  • Collaborated with the Chicago Police Department and other law enforcement and service agencies to coordinate emergency response, detentions and arrests.
  • Respond to alarm calls to resolve problem, most of them time with corresponding suburb's police department at my side.
  • Maintain working relationships with the Lower Oxford and State Police Departments, including joint investigation for major incidents.
  • Assist fire and police departments with access codes when needed and notify clients of any incidents occurred.
  • Work with 15 other individuals and the police department in order to keep campus safe.
  • Coordinated actions and efforts with Albuquerque Police Department in support of positive outcomes.
  • Employed by this department at the same time as the Lynn Police Department.
  • Assisted other police departments with requests for assistance in various crimes.
  • Represented the police department, participating in beat and community meetings.
  • Received commendations from both Austin and Round Rock Police Departments.
  • Served on the Rock Hill Police Department 2006-2007 Re-accreditation Team.
  • Assisted Milwaukee Police Department to find wanted suspects
  • Joined the New Haven Police Department and served in many different capacities until being promoted to police sergeant.
  • Started police career in 1998 with the Hazleton City Police Department (Pennsylvania).
  • Assisted Las Vegas Metropolitan Police, Henderson Police and North Las Vegas Police departments on various calls.

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8. Crime Scenes

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Here's how Crime Scenes is used in Patrol Officer jobs:
  • Managed crime scenes and multiple individuals during high stress incidents that included communicating, delegating, and supporting safety procedures.
  • Investigated criminal or suspicious activities; secured crime scenes; gathered evidence; interviewed/interrogated witness/suspects; made arrests.
  • Carried out preliminary and follow up investigations at crime scenes assembling and safeguarding crucial evidence.
  • Conducted preliminary investigations of incidents, interviewed victims and witnesses, and secured crime scenes.
  • Handled preliminary investigations relating to all crimes; secured crime scenes and assisted investigators.
  • Secured search warrants requesting permission to search residences, vehicles, and other crime scenes, ultimately leading to criminal prosecution.
  • Interviewed witnesses, interrogated and arrested suspects, Processed crime scenes, collected and photographed evidence.
  • Preserve crime scenes, gather evidence, and arrest suspects & testify in court as needed.
  • Directed traffic, directed children at a crosswalk, and stood guard at crime scenes.
  • Secured crime scenes, conducted search and seizure, and collected evidence and information.
  • Served as a Field Investigative Officer with the responsibility of processing crime scenes.
  • Responded to crime scenes, arrests, or locations of complex investigations.
  • Investigated larceny reports, tracked down stolen merchandise, processed crime scenes.
  • Protect crime scenes or other incident areas requiring police security.
  • Interviewed witnesses, arrested suspects, processed minor crime scenes.
  • Secured crime scenes, gathered evidence and questioned witnesses.
  • Identified, isolated, and secured crime scenes.
  • Investigated and processed all major crime scenes.
  • Secured and processed crime scenes.
  • Conducted preliminary investigations at the scenes of major crimes.Secured crime scenes, gathered evidence and questioned witnesses.

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10. Traffic Accidents

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Here's how Traffic Accidents is used in Patrol Officer jobs:
  • Responded and conducted preliminary investigations into reports of assaults, burglary, robberies, domestic violence and traffic accidents.
  • Enforced traffic laws/rules/regulations, investigated traffic accidents, and issued citations for violations.
  • Investigated and reconstructed major traffic accidents resulting in serious injury or death.
  • Investigate traffic accidents to determine causes and to determine contributing factors.
  • Investigate traffic accidents and enforce state and federal traffic regulations.
  • Conducted thorough investigations of serious injury and fatality traffic accidents.
  • Investigated traffic accidents and performed traffic enforcement.
  • Analyzed traffic accidents and general traffic surveys.
  • Investigated traffic accidents to determine fault.
  • Handled calls and conducted investigations involving armed robbery, domestic battery, DUI, traffic violations, traffic accidents, etc.
  • Investigate traffic accidents, aid injured persons, determine if any criminal offenses have been committed and write appropriate reports.
  • Investigate traffic accidents and other accidents to determine causes and to determine if a crime has been committed.
  • Responded to traffic accidents, provided traffic and crowd control, and issued tickets for traffic violations.
  • Served warrants, made arrests when necessary, wrote traffic summons and worked traffic accidents.
  • Traffic accidents ranging from minor accidents to multiple fatality, major accidents.
  • Answered calls for service, enforced traffic laws, investigated traffic accidents.
  • Assist traffic accidents and conducting TDC if needed.
  • Investigate traffic accidents to determine cause of accident.
  • Responded to 8 vehicle traffic accidents.
  • Enforce the traffic and criminal laws of the State of Georgia Patrol city streets Answer calls while on duty Handle traffic accidents

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11. Vehicle Patrols

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Here's how Vehicle Patrols is used in Patrol Officer jobs:
  • Monitor video surveillance, performed campus vehicle patrols and worked with local law enforcement
  • Deter and prevent crime and suspicious activity by performing vehicle patrols of clients property and when needed by foot as well.
  • Conducted vehicle patrols of Richmond City, investigating reports of criminal activity and responding to 911 emergency calls.
  • Served as a Patrol Officer conducting vehicle patrols of the property and answering calls from tenants.
  • Conducted vehicle patrols for residential and commercial clients in the East Valley and Central Phoenix.
  • Performed random vehicle patrols of properties, checking for anything out of the ordinary.
  • Conducted foot and vehicle patrols on Naval installation with population of 50,000.
  • Provide foot patrols as well as vehicle patrols to various clientele.
  • Conducted routine foot and vehicle patrols of assigned properties.
  • Perform foot, bicycle and vehicle patrols.
  • Conducted vehicle patrols around Milwaukee airport.
  • Conduct foot patrols/vehicle patrols in and around numerous residential properties * Provide residents with immediate assistance.
  • Foot and vehicle patrolsDocument preparation.
  • Twin Cities Area, MNConducted both foot and vehicle patrols of numerous locations to minimize illegal activities and destruction of property.
  • Escort TCN Afghan nationals to and from the base Routine vehicle patrols

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12. Traffic Laws

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Here's how Traffic Laws is used in Patrol Officer jobs:
  • Investigated reported violations of criminal and/or traffic laws to include court testimony.
  • Enforced all traffic laws and ordinances, primarily by self-initiated activity.
  • Conducted traffic accident investigations and enforced Iowa traffic laws.
  • Enforced traffic laws and investigated vehicle collisions.
  • Enforced traffic laws in accordance with city codes and executed arrest/search warrants throughout city in accordance with NJ State Statutes.
  • Assigned as a patrol officer responsible for the enforcement of both state and local criminal and traffic laws.
  • Enforce laws, including traffic laws and other violations of North Carolina General Statutes.
  • Enforce all criminal/traffic laws, City ordinances and assist the Warrant Officer as needed.
  • Preserved crime scenes, gathered evidence, arrested suspects and enforced traffic laws.
  • Enforce local and state traffic laws and issues warnings and citations when applicable.
  • Perform a full range of police duties necessary to enforce traffic laws.
  • Respond to 911 calls, enforce traffic laws, investigate criminal activity.
  • Enforce the criminal and traffic laws of the State of New Jersey.
  • Performed uniformed patrolman duties: Enforcement of criminal & traffic laws.
  • Responded to calls for service and enforced criminal and traffic laws.
  • Enforced all traffic laws and ordinances and checked speed with radar.
  • Enforce motor vehicle operation and traffic laws.
  • Enforce Traffic Laws and City Ordinances.
  • Enforce criminal and traffic laws in the City of Dillingham.
  • Enforced state laws, local ordinances and traffic laws 2.

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13. Criminal Investigations

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Here's how Criminal Investigations is used in Patrol Officer jobs:
  • Worked with local and state law enforcement departments to complete detailed criminal investigations.
  • Armed escort and mobile patrol Criminal investigations and OH-1 Accident documentation
  • Completed detailed reports ranging from criminal investigations to traffic accidents.
  • Gather information in criminal investigations to document facts and evidence.
  • Assisted outside agencies with gang related criminal investigations.
  • Conduct criminal investigations and generate cases for prosecution.
  • Assigned to complete hundreds of preliminary criminal investigations.
  • Handled criminal investigations involving felony and misdemeanor offenses.
  • Conducted criminal investigations and processed criminal arrests.
  • Manage resources during large scale criminal investigations.
  • Conducted criminal investigations and completed reports.
  • Coordinated with local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies to share information and work on ongoing criminal investigations.
  • Appointed by the Chief of Police to serve as a member of the Criminal Investigations Division on special assignment.
  • Conduct criminal investigations into allegations including thefts, sexual assaults, assaults, weapons offenses and homicides.
  • Conduct basic criminal investigations, enforce the laws of the state and city municipal codes.
  • Respond to dispatched calls; enforce applicable laws, criminal investigations and report writing.
  • Manage criminal investigations and complete reporting (weekly, monthly and yearly).
  • General patrol duties; drug interdictions; criminal investigations and traffic accident investigations.
  • Conducted criminal and none criminal investigations.
  • Develop and maintain good relationships with the general public and contacts that may be helpful in criminal investigations.

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14. Suspicious Activity

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Here's how Suspicious Activity is used in Patrol Officer jobs:
  • Created incident reports for various calls for service involving incidents of damage, unauthorized vehicles and suspicious activity.
  • Patrol designated beats to observe and report any suspicious activity or individuals.
  • Monitored specific areas for evidence of criminal or suspicious activity.
  • Monitor specific areas and report unusual or suspicious activity.
  • Report suspicious activity to law enforcement and management.
  • Maintained awareness and alertness of suspicious activity.
  • Monitor suspicious activity and behavior in area.
  • Conducted patrols and monitored suspicious activity.
  • Investigated reports of suspicious activity.
  • Responded to over 15 complaints dealing with loud nose, suspicious activity, trespassing, parking and loose pets.
  • Patrol client property in a company vehicle looking for any suspicious activity and responding to call for service.
  • Patrol assigned areas on foot or in vehicle, actively searching for suspicious activity or safety/fire hazards.
  • Patrolled assigned areas, checking for safety/fire hazards, vandalism, or suspicious activity.
  • Performed verticals in buildings, patrolled hallways and grounds for suspicious activity.
  • Investigated suspicious activity, interviewed victims, witnesses, and suspects.
  • Patrolled, investigated, and reported suspicious activity on the campus.
  • Examine the parameters of campus for intruders and suspicious activity.
  • Report all and any suspicious activity to proper authorities.
  • Observe and report suspicious activity.
  • Patrol sites checking for suspicious activity Executed daily logs of sites Handled complex service orders and hostile customers

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15. Incident Reports

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Here's how Incident Reports is used in Patrol Officer jobs:
  • Complete incident reports and conduct preliminary investigations of criminal violations to be presented to the Investigations Unity.
  • Complete incident reports and all applicable paperwork with sufficient detail and accuracy.
  • Provided written incident reports and daily activity logs to supervisor and director.
  • Enforced resident behavior management system and wrote incident reports for infractions.
  • Processed and logged accurate and detailed incident reports.
  • Completed numerous detailed incident reports and arrest affidavits.
  • Completed daily incident reports and activity logs.
  • Keep accurate shift logs, write incident reports, and log vehicle use.
  • Complete parking violations and tenant warning notices, night patrol and incident reports.
  • Maintained accurate and legible daily logs, vehicle inspection and incident reports.
  • Drafted incident reports and charged Native Americans of committing a crime.
  • Organized and recorded facts to prepare detailed offense and incident reports.
  • Maintained and ensured accuracy of daily logs and incident reports.
  • Investigate and follow up on incident reports.
  • Investigate & compile accurate incident reports.
  • Conducted criminal and civil investigations, collected evidence, wrote criminal and civil incident reports, and provided courtroom testimony.
  • Patrol campus, write citations, investigate crimes on campus and write incident reports.
  • Completed arrest and incident reports in a timely manner.
  • Patrolled and secured all properties Maintained incident reports and accident reports Had firearm endorsements
  • File incident reports, patrol the premises, observe and report, file accidnet andf medical incidents.

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Patrol Officer jobs:
  • Performed customer services monitoring switchboard, using exceptional telephone etiquette, answering and providing information to customers.
  • Provided customer service based security to a multitude of business and residential locations.
  • Respond to reasonable business-related customer service requests, which are non-security related.
  • Provide good customer service when interacting with property managers and residents.
  • Report writing and excellent customer service relations.
  • Advance security For JP Morgan and Chase Conducting in customer service inquiries and proactive in securing the building facilities.
  • Demonstrate exceptional customer service by greeting, smiling, answering the phone and performing escorts when asked.
  • Interact with citizens on a daily basis providing customer service by answering questions and resolving complaints.
  • Used applicable system tools and resources to ensure the highest levels of customer service and satisfaction.
  • Respond to police calls for service within the community and provide excellent customer service.
  • Awarded Most Professional Officer and Best Customer Service for 2013 and 2014.
  • Maintain elite customer service with all clients.
  • Selected accomplishment: Maintained proven track record in exceptional customer service within highly contentious environment.
  • Responded quickly to over 300 citizens requests for police assistance and provided exceptional customer service.
  • Answered multi- phone lines, filed paper work and customer service and managed the court office.
  • Respond to reasonable business related customer service requests, which could be non security related.
  • Monitor security cameras Maintain a positive energy in the practice of good customer service.
  • Led Patrol Officers main landing building providing excellent customer service.
  • Patrolled throughout the communities Provided customer Service Assisted residents team members and visitors Oversaw all security measures for the company
  • Observe and report Keep safe environment Customer service Daily logs Parking lot organization Patrol building Make sure doors are locked to building

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17. Arrest Warrants

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Here's how Arrest Warrants is used in Patrol Officer jobs:
  • Operated as a Street Patrol Officer, answering calls for service, serving arrest warrants, traffic enforcement and crash investigations.
  • Issued citations and verbal warnings, served arrest warrants, apprehended suspects, made arrests, and testified in court.
  • File criminal cases and petition the courts for arrest warrants in the magistrate and district court levels.
  • Develop probable cause to obtain, prepare and execute arrest warrants based on comprehensive interviews and interrogations.
  • Investigated traffic accidents, served criminal arrest warrants, and issued citations for unlawful violations.
  • Prepare on-view/at-large case files for DA s office and obtain arrest warrants through precinct judge.
  • Obtained and served arrest warrants, search warrants, and other court documents.
  • Obtained and executed State and Federal search and arrest warrants and court orders.
  • Collected information and evidence, prepared reports, and served arrest warrants.
  • Serve subpoenas, arrest warrants, citations and deliver emergency messages.
  • Serve arrest warrants by locating, securing, and processing offenders.
  • Processed police reports, criminal arrest records and served arrest warrants.
  • Executed arrest warrants, locating and taking persons into custody.
  • Planned and executed search and arrest warrants for narcotics.
  • Obtained and served arrest warrants on criminal suspects.
  • Obtained arrest warrants and issued citations.
  • Apply for and serve Arrest Warrants.
  • Drafted and executed arrest warrants.
  • Executed felony search and arrest warrants; debriefs of suspects and arrestees.
  • search warrants and arrest warrants) Participated in special initiatives on behalf the department (T.I.G.E.R.

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18. State Laws

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  • Enforced local and state laws and investigate criminal activity
  • Assist in investigating suspicious activities and persons; make arrests for violations of federal and state laws and city ordinances.
  • Interviewed witnesses and investigated suspects of criminal behavior to determine facts and findings behind violations of city and state laws.
  • Enforce local and state laws to provide protective services for all types of criminal incidents within the Alton Community.
  • Managed administration and enforcement of state laws and department regulations for an extensive area of the coast of Maine.
  • Answered calls for service in an assigned district, enforced state laws and city ordinances.
  • Conduct patrol of assigned areas to include pro-active enforcement of local and State laws.
  • Protected of life and property through the enforcement of state laws and city ordinances.
  • Perform law enforcement and crime prevention duties while enforcing city and state laws.
  • Make arrests for violations of federal and state laws and city ordinances.
  • Maintained knowledge of state laws, criminal ordinances, and criminal procedures.
  • Monitor for suspicious activity and upheld local and state Laws.
  • Be knowledgeable about state laws to be enforced.
  • Enforced all state laws and local municipal ordinances.
  • Investigated violations of state laws and city ordinances.
  • Enforce all federal and state laws.
  • Enforce City and State laws.
  • Performed all law enforcement duties and investigated crimes Upheld the Constitution; enforce state laws and local ordinances
  • Patrol designated area Communicate over radio Enforce property and state laws
  • Mediated, solved, and de-escalated problems Enforce applicable municipal and state laws Interacted daily with community to foster cooperation

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19. Non-Emergency Calls

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  • Respond to emergency and non-emergency calls regarding the Cleveland Metropolitan School District.
  • Respond to emergency and non-emergency calls as dispatched.
  • Responded to emergency and non-emergency calls for service.
  • Handled emergency and non-emergency calls from citizens.
  • Respond to emergency and non-emergency calls, investigation calls and the completion of all reports associated with police work.
  • Issued traffic citations, violations and responded to emergency and non-emergency calls for help from crime victims and/or witnesses.
  • Responded to emergency and non-emergency calls for service, etc.-Attended VASAP's DUI Detection/Apprehension Instructor Training.
  • Job Duties:*Actively patrolled the city responding to emergency and non-emergency calls.
  • Respond to emergency & non-emergency calls from dispatch.
  • Responded to emergency and non-emergency calls for service Self-motivated enforcement of local, state, and federal laws
  • Respond to emergency and non-emergency calls for service Assisted in special investigations and crime prevention programs.
  • Assist the public, traffic control, respond to non-emergency calls for service.
  • Enforce state, local, and college law Respond to emergency and non-emergency calls for service Protect life and property
  • worked to serve and protect the citizens of Paxton by answering emergency and non-emergency calls for assistance.
  • Answer 911 Telephone Calls and Non-Emergency Calls * Dispatch Officers to Emergency and Non Emergency calls .

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  • Respond to emergencies and suspicious persons/activities Provide authorized entry into controlled areas Investigate and first response to vehicle accidents/break-ins
  • Investigate motor vehicle traffic accidents and stop and identify suspicious persons and/or vehicles.
  • Note suspicious persons and unusual conditions and makes preliminary investigations.
  • Noted suspicious persons and establishments and reported to superior officer.
  • Monitored and investigated suspicious persons and situations.
  • Patrolled Township streets to deter crime; noted suspicious persons, activities; took action and reported the situation.
  • Observe and properly document and report any suspicious persons, vehicles, or activities at any property I patrol.
  • Monitor commercial and residential areas for signs of criminal activity and patrol for suspicious persons and vehicles.
  • Observed and reported suspicious persons and activities in accordance with company policy and local laws.
  • Respond to resident complaints and concerns about possible suspicious persons and or vehicles.
  • Conduct felony traffic stops, traffic enforcement, investigate suspicious persons and circumstances.
  • Respond to calls for service for fights / loud music / suspicious persons.
  • Administer reports involving medical, traffic, accidents, and suspicious persons.
  • Approached suspicious persons on the premises and notified police as required.
  • Responded to client calls for service for suspicious persons or vehicles.
  • Respond to and instigate, suspicious persons and activities.
  • Investigated suspicious persons, vehicles and incidents.
  • Identified irregularities, possible conflicts and safety hazards Approached suspicious persons on the premises and notified police as required
  • Responded to domestic disturbance calls, burglaries, robberies, firearms violations, narcotics offenses, investigating suspicious persons and activities.
  • Monitor and investigate suspicious persons or activities, in the form of pedestrian stops or vehicle stops.

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21. Issue Citations

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Here's how Issue Citations is used in Patrol Officer jobs:
  • Issue citations or warnings to violators of motor vehicle ordinances and direct traffic flow and reroute traffic in case of emergencies.
  • Enforce state laws and campus rules & policies, issue citations, make sure campus is safe for students and faculty
  • Respond to calls, issue citations for traffic violations, and ensure the security of local businesses.
  • Investigate, issue citations/warnings for, and make arrests for violations of state statutes and municipal ordinances.
  • Drive vehicles or patrol specific areas to detect law violators, issue citations, and make arrests.
  • Locate and identify traffic violators and issue citations as per Officers discretion.
  • Conduct traffic stops, issue citations, responding to various domestic situations.
  • Check parking and issue citations to vehicles parked outside the designated areas.
  • Issue citations or warnings to people who violate motor vehicle laws.
  • Enforce traffic and parking regulations and issue citations as deemed necessary.
  • Enforce all applicable laws and issue citations for traffic violations.
  • Issue citations or warnings to violators of motor vehicle ordinances.
  • Enforce country club HOA rules and issue citations for violations.
  • Regulate traffic, issue citations and file crash reports.
  • Issue citations for various policy violations on property.
  • Issue citations for parking violations on college property.
  • Pull over speeding vehicles and issue citations.
  • Prepare and issue citations for parking violations.
  • performed traffic stops and issue citations as needed.
  • Issue citations Make arrest when necessary Hazmat Odessa Police Academy Instructor Write cases and conduct investigations Conduct Surveillance

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22. Traffic Control

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Here's how Traffic Control is used in Patrol Officer jobs:
  • Interacted and assisted customers daily also conducted traffic control operations during heavy traffic flow.
  • Patrol officer including criminal investigations, traffic control, accident investigations
  • Performed traffic control activities in accordance with departmental orders.
  • Maintained traffic control and enforced traffic regulations and safety.
  • Conducted security and traffic control during the major campus events such as football games and basketball games while obtaining organization skills.
  • Dispatched To Radio Calls of crimes In progress, routine calls, traffic control and took appropriate action.
  • Traffic Control, Customer Service, Accident and Criminal Investigations, Daily Reports, and Court Reporting
  • Conduct traffic control (including traffic stops, OWI investigations, and traffic accident investigations).
  • Monitored property for safety, performed space car counts and conducted garage traffic control.
  • Provided traffic control during vehicle accidents and high traffic hours in various locations.
  • Provide police presence at town events, traffic control etc.
  • Traffic control and escort chemical trucks to various units.
  • Serve as traffic control officer, as directed.
  • Patrol Officer, Traffic Control, Base Security
  • Patrolled Campus, and Traffic Control duties.
  • Perform various duties including interaction with general public, traffic control and responding to emergency and non-emergency situations.
  • Assist with traffic control and direction of employees and vistors.
  • Enforced laws ,ordinances and conducted traffic control.
  • traffic control, basic security assignment.
  • Traffic control and first responder.

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23. Safety Hazards

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  • Responded to safety hazards, medical emergencies and, inappropriate activity within the facility.
  • Investigate suspicious activity and potential safety hazards, monitoring threats and reporting incidents.
  • Identified safety hazards, and deterred criminal activity.
  • Identified irregularities, possible conflicts and safety hazards.
  • Watch for irregularities, such as facility breaches, safety hazards, emergency situations, and unauthorized persons.
  • Patrol various properties and make sure no criminal activity is present and there is no safety hazards.
  • Observe and report any alarms that sound and safety hazards that arise during the shift.
  • Conduct non-stop patrols of premises to detect and deter fire and other safety hazards.
  • Watch for irregular or unusual conditions that may create security concerns or safety hazards.
  • Report safety hazards, prepare incident reports, and complete daily activity logs.
  • Patrol various streets and garages for safety hazards and suspicious activity.
  • Report unsafe act's, safety hazards, and environmental conditions.
  • Respond to suspicious calls of safety hazards or dangerous individuals.
  • Monitor assigned area for fire and safety hazards.
  • Identified, corrected and reported public safety hazards.
  • Make note of any safety hazards.
  • Patrolled plants looking for safety hazards.
  • Patrol afni building for safety hazards and suspicious activity and behavior

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Here's how State Regulations is used in Patrol Officer jobs:
  • Preform all duties in accordance with DoD, Air Force, and State regulations for law enforcement.
  • Document all actions in writing as per department and state regulations.

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25. Document Incidents

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Here's how Document Incidents is used in Patrol Officer jobs:
  • Provide detailed reports that document incidents and emergencies.
  • Recorded facts/prepared reports that document incidents and activities.
  • Executed daily, clear & precise written communication, recording facts to prepare reports that document incidents and activities.
  • Record facts to prepare reports that document incidents and activities.
  • Write factual reports to document incidents and activities.
  • Document incidents and testify in courtAssigned to investigate crimes from petty misdemeanor to violent felonies.
  • Identify suspects, record facts, document incidents and cativities.

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26. Illegal Activity

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Here's how Illegal Activity is used in Patrol Officer jobs:
  • Patrolled residential neighborhood to deter crime and illegal activity, responded to alarm calls and monitored activities in area.
  • Reported and investigated suspicious persons and situations, safety hazards, and unusual or illegal activity in patrol area.
  • Prevented crimes by immediately reporting all unusual, unauthorized and illegal activity on the
  • Patrol and inspect property to protect against Emergency Situations and illegal activity.
  • Secured safety hazards, and unusual or illegal activity in patrolling area.
  • Patrol businesses looking for any illegal activity and also property damage.
  • Monitored unusual or illegal activity.
  • Work within the community to prevent illegal activity, handle complaints, conduct investigations and apprehend suspects as necessary.
  • Observed, investigated and apprehended suspects involved in illegal activity in accordance with local, federal and state law.
  • Responded to and investigated accidents, calls for assistance, and reports of suspicious or illegal activity.
  • Respond to calls for service from clients and report illegal activity to local law enforcement when necessary.
  • Make reports of incidents, safety hazards, and unusual or illegal activity in patrol area.
  • Deter crime and illegal activity.
  • Liaised with Property Management personnel on respective sites about illegal activity through daily reports.

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27. Domestic Violence

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Here's how Domestic Violence is used in Patrol Officer jobs:
  • Reconciled domestic violence disturbances and ensured protection of victims of violence and emergency situations.
  • Conduct driving while impaired, narcotic and domestic violence investigations and arrest offenders.
  • Traffic Investigations Crime Prevention Community Policing Domestic Violence Investigations Hazardous Material Response
  • Delivered multiple presentations regarding domestic violence issues.
  • Assisted in collecting and processing evidence from sexual assault victim and domestic violence cases crime being the sole female on patrol.
  • Handled several calls which included Traffic, Domestic Violence, Entering Autos, Burglary, Aggravated Assault, Murder and Rape.
  • Created new Domestic Violence Coordinator position and introduced use of Ontario Domestic Abuse Risk Assessment (ODARA) tool.
  • Responded to and self-initiated complaints related to traffic functions, drug interdiction, domestic violence issues, etc.
  • Investigate burglaries, theft complaints, fraud investigations, child abuse, sexual abuse, domestic violence incidents.
  • Responded to calls for service ranging from a simple traffic accident to Domestic violence and sexual assault cases.
  • Served subpoenas, summonses, jury summonses, orders of protection against domestic violence and other court orders.
  • Responded to calls for service (Domestic Violence, Shots Fired, Alarms, etc.)
  • Tended to, thoroughly, the investigations of child/adult sexual assault and domestic violence reports.
  • Investigate domestic violence, child abuse and missing persons in conjunction with San Diego Police
  • Dispatched to various calls for service from Vandalism to Domestic Violence.
  • Focus on child sexual abuse, rape, and domestic violence
  • Investigated calls of Domestic violence and theft.
  • Key Accomplishments: Coordinated a federal Community Oriented Policing Services grant focusing on domestic violence in immigrant populations.
  • Investigated domestic violence, theft, narcotic, natural deaths, and other crimes not requiring detective follow-up.
  • Responded to police calls for service including domestic violence, theft, burglary, vandalism, etc.

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28. Property Damage

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Here's how Property Damage is used in Patrol Officer jobs:
  • Prepared detailed property damage and personal injury police reports used by claims and underwriting departments of auto insurance companies.
  • Conducted preliminary investigations at major crimes, accidents, offenses and property damages.
  • Investigate Property Damage and Personal Injury Motor Vehicle Collisions.
  • Prevent property damage and easily prosecuted individuals responsible
  • Report property damage/ maintenance issues.
  • Respond to emergency calls including medicals, fires, property damage accidents, crimes against persons, and property crimes.
  • Reported nightly activity of property damages including; light fixtures, access/exit gate failures, theft, vandalism etc.
  • Investigate and file reports on property damage, accidents, unauthorized access, intruders, complaints, etc.
  • Patrol lead, criminal investigative operations into assault, traffic accidents, burglaries, property damage and fire.
  • Write reports on activities and irregularities, such as property damage and presence of unauthorized persons.
  • Write reports at the end of shifts and included pictures of property damage and maintenance issues.
  • Investigated and created reports for vehicular collisions, property damage, and internal thefts.
  • Responded to alarms and deterred criminal activity and property damage at client properties.
  • Investigated disturbances, such as unlawful intrusion, fires and property damage.
  • Take pictures and create reports for property damage & vandalism incidents.
  • Prevent property damage, Trespassing, and loitering.
  • Prevent property damage and thefts.
  • Patrol high risk section 8 housing Lock and unlock buildings Answer alarm calls Patrol cliental property to detour theft and property damage
  • Supervised and reported irregularities, such as hazards, unsecure doors, trespassers and property damage.

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29. New Officers

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Here's how New Officers is used in Patrol Officer jobs:
  • Train in different patrol behaviors and residential community areas, trained new officers on the different patrol zones and residential communities.
  • Obtained rank of Training Officer in 1995, effectively instructing new officers on street patrols and application of academy theory.
  • Work a 12 hour shift at night and days and trains new officers who are hired by department.
  • Field training officer responsible for training new officers and certifying them through the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy.
  • Field Training Officer, teaching new officers patrol, security and vessel operations.
  • Worked with tow companies, law enforcement and fire, trained new officers.
  • Assisted supervisor with training new officers and ensuring officer safety while on duty.
  • Field Training Officer - Assist and supervise new officers while in training.
  • Trained new officers on federal aviation rules applicable to law enforcement.
  • Instructed and evaluated new officers in the performance of their duties.
  • Represented D.C. Police at community meetings and trained new officers.
  • Trained new officers and served as resource for questions.
  • Served as a Field Training officer for new officers.
  • Train all new officers on post policies and procedures.
  • Conducted initial and ongoing training of new officers.
  • Field Training Officer for new officers.
  • Assist in training new officers.
  • Train new officers in all of the above and how to use phone system for reporting and officer tracking.
  • Trained new officers, and maintained a safe and secure environment for staff and visitors.
  • Learn, understand and enforce local, state and federal laws.Train new officers.

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30. Preliminary Investigation Information

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Here's how Preliminary Investigation Information is used in Patrol Officer jobs:
  • Gathered preliminary investigation information as a first responder to crime scenes.
  • Gathered preliminary investigation information as a first responder to crime scenes, and assist outside agencies in response efforts.

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31. Court Hearings

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Here's how Court Hearings is used in Patrol Officer jobs:
  • Verified and authenticated the validity and admissibility of evidence and preserved its integrity for court hearings.
  • Demonstrated skillful communication skills during court hearings.
  • Attended municipal court hearings on all contested cases, provided evidence if any, and testified on behalf of the state.
  • Prepared detailed and concise reports submitted for court actions and regularly testified in court hearings and other judicial proceedings.
  • Attend court hearings to provide evidence and verify statements after summons and violations are issued.
  • Served as court liaison by attending court hearings and presenting reports and recommendations.
  • Exercised daily patrol logs and reports for monthly updates and court hearings.
  • Prepared and testified at court hearings from preliminary hearing to trial.
  • Conducted traffic stops, investigate criminal activity and attend court hearings.
  • Attend court hearings to provide evidence and verify statements.
  • Attended and testified in court hearings as required.
  • Prepared cases for criminal charges and court hearings.
  • Review and verify testimony for court hearings.
  • Attended court hearings and provided testimony.
  • Testified during court hearings as required.
  • Testified in various court hearings.
  • Sit in on court hearings.
  • Answered calls and complaints involving misdemeanor and felony crimes Responsible for writing detailed progress reports and testified under oath at court hearings
  • Investigated and enforced violations of municipal and state law.Testified in court hearings and trials in both municipal and circuit court.
  • Attend monthly municipal court hearings to address citations issued in the preceding month.

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32. Daily Activities

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Here's how Daily Activities is used in Patrol Officer jobs:
  • Document Daily Activities Reports and prepared reports for incidents and emergency responses.
  • Clear and concise documentation of daily activities and street level police supervision
  • Recorded daily activities and other related reports and paperwork.
  • Write detailed reports of daily activities and irregularities.
  • Respond to calls for service, provide public assistance, enforce state statutes, documentation of daily activities, Community Orientated Policing
  • Documented incident reports, maintained a log of daily activities, and updated reports in BCPD software.
  • Collect data and prepare detailed reports of daily activities, irregularities, and violations;.
  • Complete DAR reports of daily activities and keep supervisors updated on ongoing issues with sites.
  • Assisted with all daily activities, including the operation of school robot.
  • Reported daily activities and irregularities for most sites.
  • Log daily activities on Daily Activity Reports.
  • Recorded daily log and documentation on area work site Patrolled daily activities and monitor sounded areas
  • Culminated and maintain confidential informants Maintained liaison with and assisted other agencies in daily activities
  • Record daily activities and submit logs and other related reports and paperwork to appropriate authorities.
  • Patrol Officer duties included: observe an patrol properties on designated shift route keep detailed reports of daily activities/incidents/property damage
  • patrol proterty complete detex every hr write daily activities report stand for mutiple hours

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33. CPR

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Here's how CPR is used in Patrol Officer jobs:
  • Administered CPR/First Aid in emergency situations.
  • Stay current on all medical related certifications, including Basic First Aid, CPR and AED certifications.
  • Trained in self-defense, fire safety, First-Aid/CPR/AED, diversity training, and Title IX.
  • Provided First Aid and CPR to guests with medical situations
  • Received First aid, CPR, & EDD certification.
  • Complete personnel threat training, and CPR/First-Aid training.
  • Administer first aid/CPR and AED as required.
  • Trained and proficient in CPR.
  • Administer CPR and First Aid.
  • Certified in CPR, AED, first-aid, handcuffing, and use of pepper spray.
  • Certified in CPR, AED, and first-aid.
  • Responded to incidents, accidents, and other emergency situations and was responsible for administering CPR and First Aid.
  • Ground Team II (Search and Rescue) certified, First Responder and CPR qualified.
  • Performed CPR and first aid for injured and/or nonresponsive victims.
  • Performed CPR and other First Responder Medical Aid.
  • patrol clinic area/ monitor cameras/ report writting CPR training
  • Used Outlook on a weekly basis to communicate with supervisors and colleagues * Trained in CPR/First aid as first responder.
  • Respond to emergency calls Assist Faculty with troubled students and parents Certified with First Aid, CPR.
  • Trained officers in CPR / AED and first aid Paramedic on the SRT (Special Response Team) Sgt.
  • patrol on foot *check for security malfunctions *receptionist *guest services attendee *customer service *CPR trained and certified *escort customers

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34. City Ordinances

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Here's how City Ordinances is used in Patrol Officer jobs:
  • Enforce Federal, State and City ordinances, protect the community from lawless acts, prevent crimes by proactive patrolling.
  • Enforce state and city ordinances, and maintain a professional code of conduct for the department and the community.
  • Patrolled assigned areas of the city and enforced state and federal laws and city ordinances.
  • Performed all duties of a normal patrolman enforcing all state law and city ordinances.
  • Enforce all state and city ordinances as well as all other law enforcement duties.
  • Patrol Officer for City of Tom Bean and Code Enforcement of all city ordinances.
  • Applied knowledge of Connecticut's state statutes as well as New Britain city ordinances.
  • Enforce North Carolina state law, Federal law, city ordinances and campus policy.
  • Enforce state statutes and city ordinances by officer initiated activity while patrolling the city.
  • Enforce both criminal and traffic laws compliant with state statutes and city ordinances.
  • Conducted daily patrol for enforcement of state laws and city ordinances.
  • Enforced State statutes, city ordinances, and motor vehicle laws.
  • Assigned to patrol tasked with enforcing State laws and city ordinances.
  • Enforced all traffic laws, penal codes and city ordinances.
  • Enforce state and federal law along with city ordinances.
  • General enforcement of City ordinances and State laws.
  • Enforced all Louisiana statutes and city ordinances.
  • Enforced criminal, traffic statutes and city ordinances
  • Enforced State and City ordinances.
  • Help prevent theft and burglaries by patrolling the city's premises Assist Public Safety Officers on patrol Enforce city ordinances

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35. Statute Violations

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Here's how Statute Violations is used in Patrol Officer jobs:
  • Review facts of incidents to determine if criminal act or statute violations were involved.
  • Reviewed facts related to incidents to determine if criminal act or statute violations occurred.

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36. Patrol Division

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Here's how Patrol Division is used in Patrol Officer jobs:
  • Work in the patrol division, performing all police-related responsibilities.
  • Assigned to Patrol Division Eastern District
  • Served in the uniformed patrol division of a service-orientated department that provides services to a community of 15,000+ daily.
  • Field Training Officer, Patrol Division - Had responsibility for the field training of newly graduated Police Academy Officers.
  • Rotated through various aspects of the patrol division including but not limited to mountain bike patrol.
  • Served in the Patrol Division for three years before being assigned to the Narcotics Bureau.
  • Transferred to Patrol Division in 2003, where I worked as a Patrol Officer.
  • Assigned to the patrol division as my first duty as a police officer.
  • Supported the City of Bryan in the patrol division of the department.
  • Supported the Town of Addison in the patrol division of the department.
  • Patrol Unit, Detective, Accident Re-Construction, Patrol Division Training Instructor.
  • Worked in the patrol division, handling calls for service.
  • Assigned as a patrol officer in the patrol division.
  • Served in The Patrol division.
  • Assigned to the Patrol Division.
  • Worked in the patrol division.
  • Patrol Division Field Training Officer First responder Proactive traffic enforcement DWI Enforcement
  • Supervised police bike patrol division .
  • Served on the Danville Police Department's Patrol Division for 5 years.
  • Employed as a full time Police Officer assigned to the Patrol Division.

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37. Crowd Control

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Here's how Crowd Control is used in Patrol Officer jobs:
  • Provided crowd control at major university events.
  • Skilled in performing routine K-9 drug searches, K-9 crowd control, Tracking, and building searches for over 6 years.
  • Provide crowd control to preserve the accident scene and allow emergency vehicles and personnel uninterrupted access and operation.
  • Provide crowd control and security on transit property during major events at area stadiums using public transportation.
  • Performed uniformed patrol duties and crowd control in the high crime areas of New York City.
  • Crowd Control at parades, concerts, carnivals, funeral processions and sporting events.
  • Traffic control, incident reports, accident reports, crowd control and surveillance.
  • Established crowd control during large events and protests on the National Mall.
  • Supported police officers with traffic and crowd control on campus as needed.
  • Maintained local safety by performing numerous crowd control functions during protest marches.
  • Responded to fire alarms and assisted management in crowd control.
  • Help with crowd control for any event in the city.
  • Provided crowd control and assistance for large scale public events
  • Performed traffic direction and crowd control as assigned.
  • Trained in crowd control and dispersal techniques.
  • Assisted in crowd control and arrest situations.
  • Maintained crowd control during company events.
  • Provided traffic and crowd control.
  • Crowd Control Training Emergency Preparedness Training
  • Crowd Control Manager Supervisor for all high level protests and crowd control situations.

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38. Physical Injuries

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Here's how Physical Injuries is used in Patrol Officer jobs:
  • Investigated traffic accidents and during emergency situations rendered first aid to accident victims and other persons requiring assists for physical injuries.
  • Render aid to accident victims and other persons requiring first aid for physical injuries.
  • Aided accident victims and others needing first aid for physical injuries.

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39. Cctv

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Here's how Cctv is used in Patrol Officer jobs:
  • Monitored entire facility using CCTV while also monitoring all security, access, fire, building and alarm systems.
  • Issued student ID's, monitored CCTV, composed reports, and performed interior and exterior security rounds.
  • Monitor alarm systems and CCTV, dispatching officers to investigate areas of concern.
  • Monitor alarms and resolution including the utilization of CCTV to troubleshoot alarms.
  • Monitor all assigned area via CCTV and report all suspicious activity.
  • Write reports, monitor CCTV, and metal detector entrances.
  • Monitor CCTV Video System and radio communications in Master Control.
  • Can maneuver and handle different CCTV systems programs and applications.
  • Scan CCTV system, watching for suspicious activity.
  • Worked the CCTV monitoring system, and room.
  • Monitored and operated CCTV and access stations.
  • Monitored CCTV (Closed Circuit TV).
  • Monitor CCTV, fire and security systems
  • Monitor CCTV and alarm systems.
  • Radio dispatcher and CCTV monitoring.
  • Locked up High Rise Buildings, Loss Prevention Officer, CCTV, ACU.
  • Monitor CCTV within the SOC.
  • work on card access, CCTV and door control systems
  • Monitored KLA-Tencor global alarms and over 100 CCTV cameras using Exaqvision.
  • Manned twenty-four (24) hour Pelco 9760 CCTV monitoring program, tour of duty being eight (8) hours.

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40. Appropriate Action

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Here's how Appropriate Action is used in Patrol Officer jobs:
  • Protected property by maintaining a high visibility presence to deter illegal and inappropriate actions.
  • Monitor safety and security of facility and grounds taking appropriate action as needed.
  • Observed and took appropriate action regarding physical hazards and illegal criminal activities.
  • Initiated appropriate actions to prevent illegal criminal activities and physical hazards.
  • Initiate appropriate actions aimed at preventing illegal activities.
  • Patrolled assigned areas and responded with appropriate actions.
  • Deterred any suspicious and/or inappropriate actions.
  • Determined when traffic stops for motor vehicle code violations were necessary and took appropriate action.
  • Respond quickly to dispatch and take appropriate action at crime scene or medical call.
  • Responded quickly to dispatch and took appropriate action at crime and disaster scenes.
  • Answered calls for service and followed through with appropriate action if needed.
  • Field citizen's complaints when observed and take appropriate action for same.
  • Respond to various calls for service and objectively take appropriate action.
  • Observe and take appropriate actions in the events of suspicious activities.
  • Determined appropriate action to be taken at each incident.
  • Take appropriate action on matters affecting public safety.
  • Respond to any calls and take appropriate actions.
  • Answered visitor questions Assist full time officers Responded quickly to dispatch and took appropriate action at crime and disaster scenes.
  • Responded to and gathered information as a first responder for calls for service and taking appropriate action.
  • Observe and take appropriate action in the event of suspicious activity * Make forcible arrests when necessary

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41. DUI

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Here's how DUI is used in Patrol Officer jobs:
  • Awarded Meritorious Commendation for responding to a domestic assault, subduing a barricaded subject.
  • Traffic enforcement, DUI operations, involvement in community oriented policing.
  • Managed surveillance of DUI traffic offenders in Jacksonville
  • Managed the department's Blue Riptide DUI, Speed, and Click It or Ticket federal grant programs.
  • Enforce laws, administer first aid, conduct traffic stops, and administer DUI investigations.
  • Teach DUI recovery classes through the Knox County Sheriff's Office Probation and Pretrial Release.
  • Performed all patrol functions including being assigned to the DUI unit for three years.
  • Participate in DUI check points, special assignments and security for public events.
  • Conducted DUI awareness presentations at local High Schools for their Defensive Driving Programs.
  • Investigated complex and basic criminal allegations ranging from DUI arrests up to homicide.
  • Lead the Department in DUI enforcement, a stated department goal.
  • Recognized for Excellence by MADD for 167 DUI arrests in 2009.
  • Patrol and DUI Officer Serve Warrants and make arrest Testify in Court
  • Prepared DUI cases and testified in court for same.
  • Performed Standard Field Sobriety Tests for DUI investigations.
  • Specialized in DUI detection and prosecution.
  • Field Training Officer -Top DUI Enforcer
  • Performed arduous duties as a Patrol officer including: investigations, processingDUIs, medical emergency response, and tactical situations.

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42. Ensure Security

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Here's how Ensure Security is used in Patrol Officer jobs:
  • Patrolled designated areas to deter criminal activity and surveillance premises of residential and commercial building to ensure security.
  • Patrolled industrial and commercial premises to prevent and detect signs of intrusion and ensure security of doors, windows and gates.
  • Patrolled areas of the city to ensure security of life, property, public order, and citizen rights.
  • Conducted patrolling of building and ground checking to ensure security.
  • Protected campus grounds and buildings to ensure security.
  • Prepare and serve warrants * Patrol assigned area to promote and ensure security.

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43. General Public

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Here's how General Public is used in Patrol Officer jobs:
  • Deliver speeches or presentations to specialized audiences and/or general public.
  • Conducted patrol activities including arrests, surveillance, domestic intervention, medical calls for service and general public welfare assistance.
  • Received, documented and reviewed correspondence with general public to dispatch appropriate resources to resolve a wide range of events.
  • Observe and report criminal activities and assist local law enforcement as well as assist patrons and the general public.
  • Implemented defensive tactics and physical restraints to maintain the safety and security of personnel and the general public.
  • Handled situations which required use of sound judgment; communicated with the general public on a day-to-day basis.
  • Ensured the safety and security of the general public through the coordination and execution of public safety functions.
  • Established and maintained effective working relationships with other County personnel, officials, and the general public.
  • Answer calls for service for the Houston Community College Systems Staff, Students and the general public.
  • Responded to all inquiries from the general public in a prompt and professional manner.
  • Established and maintained good relationships with the general public and local law enforcement agencies.
  • Patrol assign areas assist motorist and general public enforce federal state and local laws
  • Patrolled assigned sectors to ensure the safety and security of the general public.
  • Operated live scan for monitoring the general public.
  • Communicated well with members of general public.
  • Provide security assistance to the general public.
  • Responded to general public calls for assistance.
  • Provide information to the general public.
  • Job description: Responded to calls for service in the Westport Entertainment district Assisted visitors and general public within the district
  • Communicated with the general public in a professional manner to answer inquiries or deal with unwelcomed guests.

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44. Access Control

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Here's how Access Control is used in Patrol Officer jobs:
  • Scheduled vehicular patrol of property, building and recreational facilities access control.
  • Enforced access control and security for various buildings such as retail stores and college campuses and major sporting and entertainment events.
  • Experienced with CCTV, electronic access control, enforcement of safety procedures, and using computer software systems.
  • Control access control, screening staff coming in and out of the Miami International Airport UPS cargo area.
  • Monitored security cameras on campus, conducted campus tours, access control for dorms, and supervisory tasks
  • Conduct traffic stops at the Access Control Point (ACP) for safety and security checks.
  • Worked at the Navy Exchange Service Command Headquarters, providing lobby reception and access control.
  • Conducted building access control systems in the lobby of Rockefeller Center.
  • Serve as access control for certain buildings, as directed.
  • Provided after-hours receptionist / access control for building lobby.
  • Access control, loss prevention/Investigation, pass/ ID compliance.
  • Provided lobby visitor reception and employee access control.
  • Oversee access control over the facility.
  • Access control of specified areas.
  • Access control via parking garage.
  • Enforce access control procedures to provide appropriate assistance to over 500 clients, employees, guests, and visitors daily.
  • Command center operator, access control, CCTV and Alarm monitoring at Wells Fargo Banking center in Minneapolis Minnesota.
  • Provide access control to government property * Occasional public relation with media * Conduct investigation and reporting.
  • Traffic control Access control Daily reports / incident reports
  • Patrol Write daily activity reports Data entry Answer phone Access control Customer Service Dispatch

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Here's how Activity Reports is used in Patrol Officer jobs:
  • Drafted and submitted daily activity reports which covered assigned tours and documented suggestions for operational changes where applicable.
  • Completed daily activity reports during every stop at each location.
  • Prepare accurate and concise written daily patrol activity reports.
  • Write detailed narrative reports and maintain daily activity reports.
  • Maintain accurate daily activity reports and incident reports.
  • Formulated incident and activity reports.
  • Complete daily vehicle and activity reports
  • Handled paperwork, writing tickets and daily activity reports, monitored cameras, and reported problems to clients and police.
  • Maintain and submit Daily Activity Reports, Incident Reports, Accident Reports, Hazard Reports, and Condition Reports.
  • Handled disputes, arrests, emergency calls and produced daily activity reports, ensuring adherence to procedures and protocols.
  • Provide training to other officers on new requirements, post orders, daily activity reports and computer programs.
  • Maintain daily activity reports, restrict access to non-employees, and oversee the maintenance of patrol vehicle.
  • Completed Daily Activity Reports and Incident reports as needed, which may include investigative research.
  • Completed detailed, thorough daily activity reports, incident reports and alarm reports as necessary.
  • Fill out Daily Activity Reports (log of all patrols and their times).
  • Write and maintain daily activity reports along with uploading pictures of all violations.
  • Fill out Daily Activity Reports detailing shift duties.
  • Provide detail activity reports for each account.
  • Reported all activity on Daily Activity Reports(D.A.R)
  • Patrol Assigned Areas -Daily Activity Reports -Monitor Cameras and Alarm systems -Deter theft and vandelism

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46. Special Events

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  • Provided security for special events and performed administrative tasks.
  • Performed daily traffic enforcement, special events details and high priority details such as Presidential Escorts and other Dignitaries.
  • Supervised and conducted Presidential/ Dignitary Protection Services (PSD) for VIP's and several special events.
  • Honor Guard * Specialized unit performing ceremonial duties at funerals, special events, and memorial services.
  • Assisted in the coordination and enforcement of crowd and parking control during special events on campus.
  • Provide security services for public gatherings, local corporations, schools & churches & special events.
  • Traffic control, Parking Enforcement, Write Sanitation Tickets, School details, Special events.
  • Directed traffic at fires, special events, and other emergency or congested situations.
  • Ensured the safety of the student body/patrons during operating hours and special events.
  • Provide safety and security for special events and programs held on campus.
  • Organize and overview schedules of approximately 75 employees for especial events.
  • Monitored campus; Supervised Special Events; Coordinated safety on campus.
  • Provided armed security for special events and high-revenue, high-risk businesses.
  • Assisted with crowd control and traffic during special events.
  • Participated in parades or special events as directed.
  • Crowd control for concerts and special events
  • Crowd control during special events.
  • Performed advance planning and day-of escort protection for dignitaries, funerals, parades and other special events throughout the city.
  • Patrol the city Serve search warrants and arrest warrants Work special events
  • Assisted Officer on Duty Worked special events around the community Went on ride-alongs with Officer on Duty

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47. Unusual Occurrences

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Here's how Unusual Occurrences is used in Patrol Officer jobs:
  • Recorded data, such as property damage, unusual occurrences and the malfunctioning of machinery and equipment.
  • Reported any unusual occurrences, property damage, theft, and presence of unauthorized persons.
  • Respond to, Investigate, and report any disturbances and/or unusual occurrences.
  • Investigated crime, traffic collisions, and unusual occurrences as required.
  • Patrolled assigned areas of facilities and grounds and investi gated unusual occurrences.

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48. Detect Signs

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Here's how Detect Signs is used in Patrol Officer jobs:
  • Patrol private and commercial properties to prevent and detect signs of damage and intrusion.
  • Patrolled industrial and commercial premises to prevent and detect signs of intrusion
  • Patrolled premises inside vehicle to prevent and detect signs of intrusions Alerted police or fire departments in emergency cases

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49. Ensure Safety

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Here's how Ensure Safety is used in Patrol Officer jobs:
  • Performed various task to uphold the laws of Kentucky, prevent crime and ensure safety and order for residents and visitors
  • Maintained surveillance on and around the campus to ensure safety and dissuade unauthorized subjects from entering or loitering.
  • Patrolled parking lots and areas surrounding Dorms and Administration building to ensure safety of residents and guests.
  • Patrolled the area of the facility to ensure safety of patients and employees.
  • Ride or walk around parking lot and ensure safety of guest and employees.
  • Conducted building tours inside all buildings to ensure safety of lab equipment.
  • Patrolled the premises regularly to ensure safety of employees and visitors.
  • Inspect resorts rental watercraft and personal flotation devices to ensure safety.
  • Patrolled client apartment sites to ensure safety and security of property.
  • Patrol throughout campus property and buildings to ensure safety and security.
  • Patrolled around parking lot and around property to ensure safety.
  • Control traffic through main gates to ensure safety of residents.
  • Perform building patrol to ensure safety of client's property
  • Patrolled Lesley Campus to ensure safety of students.
  • Conducted hourly rounds to ensure safety.
  • Conducted building tours in all buildings on the Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research grounds to ensure safety of lab equipment.
  • Armed Traffic Control and Escort Officer - Uphold proper security procedures to ensure safety and security of all personnel.
  • Monitored crowds and maintained control to ensure safety 5.
  • Operate Patrol vehicle to secure sites Keep daily logs and inspection reports Monitor sites to ensure safety
  • Patrol mine property Check gates Ensure safety procedures are being followed

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50. Domestic Disputes

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Here's how Domestic Disputes is used in Patrol Officer jobs:
  • Mediated domestic disputes and provided information regarding social services as needed.
  • Responded to alarms and emergencies; diplomatically resolved any domestic disputes.
  • Investigated and managed numerous community incidences, including domestic disputes, car accidents, vandalism, larceny, runaways and burglaries.
  • Responded to calls for police presence for domestic disputes, street robberies, larceny, motor vehicle accident investigations and prostitution.
  • Responded to calls for police presence for domestic disputes, street robberies, bar fights, shoplifting, and prostitution.
  • Conduct and prepared preliminary investigation reports for all types of incidents from thefts and domestic disputes to robbery and homicide.
  • Patrolled assigned districts, responded to calls regarding crime, traffic problems, domestic disputes, complaints.
  • Responded to citizen complaints, domestic disputes, robberies, burglaries, and various tensions in neighborhoods.
  • Responded to assigned calls for police service involving commission of crime, traffic situations and domestic disputes.
  • Responded to calls relayed by dispatchers such as domestic disputes, potential child abuse, and burglaries.
  • Responded to domestic disputes, theft and burglary, and missing person's calls.
  • Responded to alarms, domestic disputes, burglaries and other disturbances.
  • Investigated thefts, assaults, illegal drug possession and domestic disputes.
  • Respond to domestic disputes at various customer accounts.
  • Served as a counselor for domestic disputes.
  • Utilized conflict resolution and de-escalation techniques to mediate domestic disputes and other controversies.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Patrol Officer

Law Enforcement

16.2%

Public Safety

12.5%

Motor Vehicle Ordinances

9.8%

Emergency Situations

9.0%

Present Evidence

6.9%

Criminal Acts

6.2%

Police Department

5.3%

Crime Scenes

4.4%

Family Law

3.6%

Traffic Accidents

3.5%

Vehicle Patrols

3.4%

Traffic Laws

3.0%

Criminal Investigations

2.9%

Suspicious Activity

2.7%

Incident Reports

2.2%

Customer Service

1.9%

Arrest Warrants

1.8%

State Laws

1.6%

Non-Emergency Calls

1.5%

Suspicious Persons

1.5%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Patrol Officer

Rank Skill
1 Law Enforcement 12.7%
2 Public Safety 9.8%
3 Motor Vehicle Ordinances 7.7%
4 Emergency Situations 7.1%
5 Present Evidence 5.5%
6 Criminal Acts 4.9%
7 Police Department 4.2%
8 Crime Scenes 3.5%
9 Family Law 2.8%
10 Traffic Accidents 2.8%
11 Vehicle Patrols 2.7%
12 Traffic Laws 2.4%
13 Criminal Investigations 2.3%
14 Suspicious Activity 2.1%
15 Incident Reports 1.7%
16 Customer Service 1.5%
17 Arrest Warrants 1.4%
18 State Laws 1.3%
19 Non-Emergency Calls 1.2%
20 Suspicious Persons 1.2%
21 Issue Citations 1.1%
22 Traffic Control 1.1%
23 Safety Hazards 1.1%
24 State Regulations 1.0%
25 Document Incidents 0.9%
26 Illegal Activity 0.9%
27 Domestic Violence 0.8%
28 Property Damage 0.8%
29 New Officers 0.8%
30 Preliminary Investigation Information 0.8%
31 Court Hearings 0.7%
32 Daily Activities 0.7%
33 CPR 0.7%
34 City Ordinances 0.7%
35 Statute Violations 0.7%
36 Patrol Division 0.7%
37 Crowd Control 0.7%
38 Physical Injuries 0.7%
39 Cctv 0.6%
40 Appropriate Action 0.6%
41 DUI 0.6%
42 Ensure Security 0.5%
43 General Public 0.5%
44 Access Control 0.5%
45 Activity Reports 0.5%
46 Special Events 0.5%
47 Unusual Occurrences 0.5%
48 Detect Signs 0.5%
49 Ensure Safety 0.4%
50 Domestic Disputes 0.4%
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