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Top 50 Police Officer Skills

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

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Police Officer

1. Law Enforcement
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Here's how Law Enforcement is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Evaluated and provided recommendations to improve or enhance the security and law enforcement operations.
  • Created and implemented social media policies for law enforcement agency.
  • Performed general law enforcement duties.
  • General patrol duties, traffic law enforcement, crime investigation, answering calls for service and crime prevention duties.
  • Discouraged theft, arson, and vandalism by providing a strong law enforcement presence in business and residential areas.
  • Provided traffic enforcement, and criminal law enforcement type services to the City of West Monroe citizens and visitors.
  • Identified law enforcement problems, resolved conflicts, and provided other police services to the public as necessary.
  • Responded to emergency Calls on and off the installation in conjunction with local Law Enforcement.
  • Post University Waterbury, Ct Adjunct Professor Instructed Terrorism and Introduction to Law Enforcement.
  • Trained in multiple areas of law enforcement local, state and federal.
  • Graduated 2nd overall in my Basic Law Enforcement Academy Class
  • Provide assistance to other law enforcement agencies when needed.
  • Uniformed and plain clothes law enforcement duties.
  • Perform operational and administrative duties Execute other law enforcement related duties as assigned by the Supervisory Police Officer
  • Conducted traffic law enforcement patrol using specialized equipment such as radar, traffic classifier, and breathalyzer.
  • Performed traffic law Enforcement using special equipment such as vehicle mounted radar and handheld.
  • Completed 12-week training course at Federal Law Enforcement training center in Glynco, GA.
  • Perform law enforcement/public safety patrol duties, Perform criminal investigative duties, Complete administrative duties and special assignments as requested.
  • Full Time Position 40+ hours per week -Kansas Certified Law Enforcement Officer for the Kickapoo Tribe in Kansas.
  • Completed 40 hour Basic Law Enforcement class Maintaining safety in the community Work various emergency calls Handle traffic accidents

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2. Traffic Laws
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Here's how Traffic Laws is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Patrolled commercial and residential areas, enforcing traffic laws and identifying criminal violations.
  • Enforced traffic laws and investigated vehicle collisions.
  • Certified police officer in the State of Florida where I enforced state laws, city ordinances and traffic laws.
  • Position encompassed enforcing state laws, local ordinances, traffic laws and arresting suspected violators of the law.
  • Directed vehicular and pedestrian traffic in accordance with the traffic laws of the District of Columbia.
  • Enforce Criminal/Traffic Laws, Assist the public, Report Writing, Accident Reports, Court Appearance
  • Enforced traffic laws, investigated traffic accidents, and criminal incidents on base.
  • Enforced all traffic laws and ordinances and checked speed with radar.
  • Issued traffic citations and electronic tickets for violations of traffic laws.
  • Enforced road traffic laws and issued penalties for relevant offenders.
  • Reinforce traffic laws and the obedience of constitutional rights.
  • Issued traffic citations for violations of traffic laws.
  • Enforced traffic laws by writing warnings and citations.
  • Enforce traffic laws and investigate traffic accidents.
  • Enforce traffic laws to curtail violations.
  • Enforce traffic laws when required.
  • Enforce traffic laws and vehicle safety.
  • Inspected traffic collisions and enforced traffic laws -Preserved crime scenes and arrested suspects -Proactive and effective response to emergency situations
  • Served as a peace officer for the city of Los Fresnos enforced state and traffic laws as well as enforced city ordinances
  • Investigated criminal complaints Enforced criminal and traffic laws Provided first aid to accident and crime victims Attended Grand Jury and courtroom proceedings

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3. Public Safety
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Here's how Public Safety is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Provided emergency dispatch service, emergency telephone service and communication operations with state, federal and local public safety agencies.
  • Provided public safety for residents by maintaining order, responding to emergencies, protecting citizens and personal property.
  • Developed training curriculum and trained newly assigned detectives, presented public safety programs/presentations to local citizen groups.
  • Develop relationships with the community and together identifying and resolving issues affecting public safety.
  • Provide public safety by patrolling jurisdiction and responding to emergencies.
  • Diffused hostile situation and endured public safety.
  • Supervised Police and Public Safety Personnel.
  • Perform a wide variety of duties to promote public safety and security, prevent crime and enforce the law.
  • Patrolled high crime areas of the city and responded to dispatch calls, enforce laws and ensure public safety.
  • Enforce all federal and state laws, city ordinances and codes relating to public safety and welfare.
  • Patrolled, particularly in high crime areas, to enforce laws and ensure public safety.
  • Experienced in the field of public safety and securing the important facilities.
  • Performed citywide patrols in order to enforce laws and ensure public safety.
  • Patrolled a high crime rate area of the county ensuring public safety.
  • Self-initiated multiple calls for service to best provide for public safety.
  • Responded to dispatch calls to enforce laws and ensure public safety.
  • Monitor property for security, maintain order and public safety.
  • Patrolled city limits, enforced public safety and Responded to calls within the community Take Reports and Arrest Offenders
  • Communicated necessary steps to ensure public safety, and remove and dismantle or detonate IEDs.
  • Position was held while attending college Patrolled the Westchester County Parks and Beaches to maintain public safety.

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4. Present Evidence
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Here's how Present Evidence is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Present evidence and testimony in judicial settings.
  • Appeared in court to present evidence/testimony.
  • Appear in Court before a U.S. Magistrate or Civilian Court to present evidence and to assist in the prosecution of cases.
  • Appeared in court as an expert witness to present evidence and testimony in connection with criminal prosecution.
  • Prepared cases for court; appeared in court to present evidence and served as a witness.
  • Testified in court to present evidence or act as witness at arraignments, hearings and trials.
  • Testify in court to present evidence or act as witness in traffic and criminal cases.
  • Appear in court, present evidence and assist in the prosecution of case loads.
  • Make arrest, prepare reports on arrest, testify and present evidence in court.
  • Appeared in court to present evidence and sworn testimony on behalf of the City.
  • Testified in court to present evidence from monitored conditions, scenarios and actions.
  • Attended court to present evidence and testimony for arrest made and citations written.
  • Appeared in court to present evidence and testify against persons accused of crimes.
  • Rendered aid to accident victims and testified in court to present evidence.
  • Prepared reports for court and testified in court to present evidence.
  • Testify in court to present evidence or act as a witness.
  • Testify in court to present evidence of traffic or criminal cases.
  • Testified in court to present evidence regarding cases.
  • Testify and present evidence in court.
  • Testified in court to present evidence or act as witness in traffic and crininal acts that resulted in convictions.

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5. Criminal Acts
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Here's how Criminal Acts is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Reviewed/recorded facts to prepare reports that documented incidents and activities that determined if criminal acts or statue violations were committed.
  • Responded immediately to and conducted preliminary investigations relating to felonies, misdemeanors, and other criminal acts.
  • Conduct preliminary investigations of situations/criminal acts and secure the crime scene.
  • Conducted investigations into criminal acts occurring on district property.
  • Conducted investigations into criminal acts.
  • Interview witnesses to criminal acts, suspects, victims, informants, and others in order to obtain relevant information.
  • Investigated criminal acts such as homicides, sexual assaults, armed robberies, home invasions, and property crimes.
  • Issued Search and Seizure Warrants, Identified, pursued, and arrested suspects and perpetrators of criminal acts.
  • Arrested subjects involved in criminal acts and issued citations and warnings to violators of motor vehicle ordinances.
  • Utilize decision making abilities when investigating criminal acts, making arrest, and issuing traffic violations.
  • Responded to criminal acts, medical emergencies, traffic accidents and terrorism acts in progress.
  • Conducted assigned patrols for the purpose of preventing, detecting or responding to criminal acts.
  • Enforced city ordinance, state law and conduct preliminary investigations of criminal acts.
  • Identify, pursue, and arrest suspects and perpetrators of criminal acts.
  • Planned formulated and recommended measures to protect the community from criminal acts.
  • Protected against criminal and non-criminal acts, both willful and inadvertent.
  • Detected suspicious activities and watched for criminal acts and rule infractions.
  • Handle complaints and generate reports of any violation or criminal acts.
  • Identify, pursue, & arrest suspects/perpetrators of criminal acts.
  • Investigate criminal acts, and motor vehicle accidents.

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6. Crime Scenes
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Here's how Crime Scenes is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Investigated criminal or suspicious activities; secured crime scenes; gathered evidence; interviewed/interrogated witness/suspects; made arrests.
  • Conducted initial investigations of crime scenes and assist detectives in gathering evidence and information.
  • Secured crime scenes, gathered evidence, interviewed/interrogated witnesses/victims/suspects and effected arrests.
  • Apprehend arrest and interrogate suspects and violent persons, secure crime scenes and conduct other investigations as necessary.
  • Investigated traffic and pedestrian accidents, and minor crimes, protected and preserved crime scenes as necessary.
  • Collect and document critical evidence discovered at crime scenes or on person of suspects in custody.
  • Secure crime scenes, gather preliminary evidence, makes arrests and testifies in court.
  • Gathered evidence from crime scenes to build an effective case for prosecution.
  • Preserved crime scenes, gathered evidence, and arrested suspects.
  • Investigated criminal activities, secured crime scenes, gathered evidence.
  • Assisted NYPD detectives secure evidence in and around crime scenes.
  • Secured crime scenes, gathered evidence and questioned witnesses.
  • Secured crime scenes and maintained control of evidence.
  • Organized and evaluated evidence gathered at crime scenes.
  • Processed Crime Scenes as an Evidence Tech.
  • Maintain order and secure crime scenes.
  • Gathered preliminary investigation information as a first responder to crime scenes.
  • Cordoned, controlled, and safeguarded numerous crime scenes until special agents arrived to conduct their investigations.
  • Handle crime scenes, witnesses, victims and suspects in a professional manner.
  • Conducted preliminary investigative functions including preserving crime scenes, gathering evidence, interviewing victims, witness', and suspects.

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7. Arrest Warrants
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Here's how Arrest Warrants is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Conducted investigations, surveillance activities and execute arrest warrants on individuals who violate criminal, civil and federal laws.
  • Investigated criminal complaints, executed arrest warrants and authored related reports.
  • Authored numerous felony and misdemeanor arrest warrants.
  • Enforced criminal/traffic law and served search/arrest warrants.
  • Issued citations, obtain and execute search and arrest warrants needed to collect additional evidence and to arrest suspects.
  • Interviewed and took statements from victims, witnesses and suspects and prepared search and arrest warrants for suspects.
  • Serve Subpoenas and maintain court security, escort of defendants between court and jail, served arrest warrants.
  • Obtain search and arrest warrants, execute warrants and transport suspects to local magistrate office.
  • Maintain law and order; cite and arrest violators; execute search and arrest warrants.
  • Served subpoenas, arrest warrants, and search warrants including high-risk warrant services.
  • Write search and arrest warrants for judges to review and sign.
  • Assisted with and successfully executed high-risk search warrants and arrest warrants.
  • Serve subpoenas, arrest warrants, citations and provide prisoner transport.
  • Execute arrest warrants, locating and taking persons into custody.
  • Prepare primary investigation report and issue arrest warrants to suspects.
  • Assist with the execution of search warrants and arrest warrants.
  • Serve arrest warrants, citations and deliver emergency messages.
  • Prepared and served search and arrest warrants.
  • Served subpoenas, arrest warrants and citations.
  • Patrol residential areas Enforce traffic laws Investigate misdemeanor and felony crimes Serve arrest warrants Investigate narcotic complaints

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8. Emergency Situations
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Here's how Emergency Situations is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Skilled in providing direction during natural disasters, terrorist acts, criminal activity and other emergency situations.
  • Coordinated plans, developed administrative procedures to ensure establishment/delegation of specific functions and responsibilities during emergency situations.
  • Responded to all emergency situations and reported incidences.
  • Exercised independent judgment in meeting emergency situations.
  • Conduct high-speed vehicle operations in emergency situations.
  • Provided assistance to citizens in emergency situations.
  • Administered first aid in emergency situations.
  • Provide decisive and immediate action in emergency situations such as riots, demonstrations, terrorist attacks and hostage situations.
  • Collaborated with law enforcement peers to establish and enforce strategies and tactics in response to routine and emergency situations.
  • Prepare detailed reports of emergency situations, descriptions and locations of security and safety violations, etc.
  • Provide assistance to those in emergency situations and protect the civil rights of citizens.
  • Respond to emergency situations and enforce federal, state and military law.
  • Responded to domestic disturbances, traffic accidents, & emergency situations.
  • Responded to calls in both routine and emergency situations.
  • Responded to a variety of emergency situations and calls.
  • Conducted high-speed vehicle chases in serious and emergency situations.
  • Demonstrated ability to multi-task and react quickly and calmly in emergency situations.
  • Developed ability to multi-task various duties at one time & how to react quickly & calmly in extreme emergency situations.
  • Render assistance to citizens in emergency situations, including the protection of civil rights.
  • Listed qualifications and achievements combined for all Law Enforcement experience) Ability to multitask in emergency situations.

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9. Police Department
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Here's how Police Department is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Completed Pentagon Police Department Academy, focused on advanced protective techniques, extensive physical training, and classroom instruction.
  • Acted as a representative of the police department regarding civic organizations, neighborhood associations and business organizations.
  • Prevented, detected, investigated violations of the law and managed the Wilson Police Department Communications Center
  • Provided security and support of various law enforcement activities and support for multiple police departments.
  • Conducted criminal investigations for the Richmond Police Department.
  • Worked as Liaison representative to establish and maintain effective working relationships with the Police Department, County schools and Community.
  • Coordinated the implementation of Visual Analytic s DIG and Visual Links data mining software within the police department.
  • Supervised police officers in their daily assignments as part of the duties of the police department.
  • Represented the quality, character, and integrity of police department when interacting with the public.
  • Testified in court, legal proceedings as in for the City of Atlanta Police Department.
  • Served in a 6-officer Police Department, on call 24/7 in addition to regular shift.
  • Understand requirements to become employed as a police officer in the Detroit Police Department.
  • Collaborated with Police Department to decrease violent crime rate around property.
  • Provided specialized training for all members of the Police Department.
  • Garden City Police Department- Police Officer January 2011- April 2013
  • Selected for and co-designed the Police Department budget from 1985 - 1991, from $ 6.0 million to $16.4 million.
  • Arranged court jackets and Testified in criminal trials Utilized Motorola MHZ Radio System POLICE OFFICER DETROIT POLICE DEPARTMENT
  • Aided in the creation and implementation of the Baltimore Police Department COMSTAT process.
  • Patrol Officer for Los Angeles Police Department Assigned to Hollywood Division
  • Assist the North Tonawanda Police Department Patrol the city of North Tonawanda Traffic control Work special events

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10. Criminal Investigations
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Here's how Criminal Investigations is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Conduct simple and complex criminal investigations and maintained computerized investigative reports in order to establish a strong case for criminal prosecution.
  • Commended for investigative skills including gathering pertinent information in criminal investigations, interviewing victims, witnesses, suspects and confidential informants.
  • Coordinate dozens of complex criminal investigations in collaboration with lead detectives, investigators, task force members and evidence technicians.
  • Enforced traffic laws and performed comprehensive criminal investigations, using variety of law enforcement databases to uncover information about suspects.
  • Conducted preliminary criminal investigations, issued citations/arrests, investigated suspicious persons/activities, and provided court testimony.
  • Applied knowledge of the probable cause requirements and conducted preliminary and non-criminal investigations.
  • Completed criminal investigations, collected evidence and prepared computer generated police reports.
  • Assist the Criminal Investigations Division with complex investigations.
  • Promoted to detective, conducting criminal investigations.
  • Investigated Crime Scenes and conducted Criminal Investigations.
  • Assigned to road patrol, criminal investigations, evidence custodian, evidence technician, as well as police instructor.
  • Conducted accident and criminal investigations; search and rescue of lost hikers; highway and river patrol.
  • Assist with criminal investigations, working with the public to enhance police/citizen relations.
  • Conduct criminal investigations, serve and protect New Orleans residents.
  • Conduct initial on scene criminal investigations, and assigned follow-up investigations Interview criminal offenders, victims, family members of both.
  • Served as a patrol officer, undercover officer, Narcotics and Vice investigator and conducted covert and overt criminal investigations.
  • Conducted criminal investigations including interviewing suspects, victims, and assembling cases for prosecution.
  • Conducted and completed criminal investigations of municipal, local, state ordnances and crimes.
  • Complete Criminal investigations Accountable for submitting payroll sheets for time worked Respond to School Alarm calls after school hours.
  • Patrol and Responding to Incidents of Service Report Writing and Documentation Criminal Investigations Knowledgeable of Wisconsin Law

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11. State Regulations
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Here's how State Regulations is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Maintain all self-defense and firearm requirements regarding State Regulations and County requirements for Police Officer standards and training.
  • Developed and implemented a variety of federal and state regulations and guidelines.
  • Patrolled city to preserve peace, prevent crime, protect life and personal property, and enforced state regulations.
  • Trained in a full range of federal and state regulations of law enforcement work.
  • Enforce traffic ordinances of the city and state regulations and direct traffic.
  • Document all actions in writing as per department and state regulations.
  • Issued warnings and citations to violators of City and State regulations.
  • Conducted traffic stops in accordance with county and state regulations.
  • Control traffic flow for compliance with local and state regulations Prepare accurate and timely reports regarding response calls.
  • Completed reports, issued citations and conducted inspections Supervised Campus Security Guards Maintained areas secured and within compliance of all state regulations

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12. Firearms
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Here's how Firearms is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Participated and supervised undercover operations, involving controlled substances and illegal firearms.
  • Operate all equipment including firearms according to established safety procedures.
  • Used authorized firearms in accordance with Army Standard Qualifications requirements.
  • Attend monthly training meetings and quarterly firearms qualifications.
  • Certified in IDACS, firearms, physical tactics, active shooter, emergency vehicle operations, and automated external defibrillator practices.
  • Acted as a Firearms Instructor in qualifying departmental staff and assisted in their development of proper weapons fundamentals.
  • Provided training for department personnel in the use of firearms as assistant range-master.
  • Provide instruction and qualification for all officers with firearms and lethal force.
  • Remain proficient in the use of firearms through regular qualification.
  • Developed firearms and tactics training curriculum for agency SWAT team.
  • Experience in drug, and firearms cases.
  • Certified in the State of Iowa for Firearms, PR-24, OC spray.
  • Certified in the PR-24, OC spray and firearms.
  • Operate and utilize variety of law enforcement equipment such as firearms, self-defense tools, and criminal detection devices.
  • Certified in the State of Iowa for Firearms, ASP baton, Tazer and OC spray.
  • Job Description: Enforce laws and upholding of human rights as also training in firearms.
  • Handle and process items of evidentiary value, including firearms and large amounts of money.
  • Certified: Firearms qualified in hand gun/shotgun/AR-15, Taser M26/X26 and Bean Bag Gun.
  • Attained firearms qualification through a series of tests and practical exercises throughout Recruit Academy.
  • Gang Unit * Field Training Officer * Instructed Firearms/Range.

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13. Vehicle Patrols
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Here's how Vehicle Patrols is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Conduct vehicle patrols, foot patrols, investigating suspicious activity, to deter crime, and provide a proactive police presence.
  • Provide visible threat deterrence through static, foot and vehicle patrols; respond to all emergencies and assist in investigative follow-up.
  • Conducted walking patrols in the facility and vehicle patrols around the premises to access security conditions and determine if hazards exist.
  • Related duties include foot patrols, vehicle patrols, and coordination with outside agencies and organizations when appropriate..
  • Conducted regular vehicle patrols in the assigned district to prevent criminal activity while responding to calls for service.
  • Conducted foot and vehicle patrols, investigations, emergency response, and response to non-emergency incidents.
  • Conducted vehicle patrols within the village to observe for violation of traffic or criminal laws.
  • Conducted vehicle patrols of assigned areas watching for suspicious activity or violations of the law.
  • Conduct random foot and vehicle patrols of the facility grounds and parking lots.
  • Conducted raids, riot control, and foot and vehicle patrols.
  • Conducted independent foot and vehicle patrols; issued traffic citations.
  • Performed foot and vehicle patrols remaining alert at all times.
  • Performed foot and vehicle patrols and responding to calls.
  • Performed foot and vehicle patrols with Police Officers.
  • Conduct foot and vehicle patrols.
  • Conducted foot or vehicle patrols.
  • Conducted foot and vehicle patrols, conducted interviews and interrogations, advised suspects of their legal rights Conducted searches and seizures.
  • Conducted foot and vehicle patrols of the city Performed legal searches and seizures of vehicles and persons.
  • Foot and vehicle patrols, traffic accident investigation and reports Armory inventory and gate sentry
  • Trained new officers in procedures and departmental policies Prepared officers/witness for magisterial hearings Conducted vehicle patrols, criminal investigations and arrests.

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14. Court Hearings
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Here's how Court Hearings is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Verified and authenticated the validity and admissibility of evidence and preserved its integrity for court hearings.
  • Prepared and generated multiple daily reports, including documentation required for court hearings.
  • Initiated traffic stops, and aided missing/lost children * Completed investigations and attended court hearings * Performed other Police duties as required
  • Attended and represented the park at court hearings regarding loss from the park and other security related matters.
  • Testify in court, Open communications with Public, Judges, Lawyers and Court Hearings.
  • Arrested violators, collecting evidence and attending court hearings as a witness as needed.
  • Testified in court and served as Investigating Officer on court hearings as necessary.
  • Testified in Grand Jury proceedings as well as State and Traffic court hearings.
  • Conducted investigations, prepare for court hearings and testified as expert witness.
  • Appear in court for court hearings and testify to written reports.
  • Represent the school district in court hearings resulting from attendance problems.
  • Participate in court hearings on behalf of the police department.
  • Inventory Control and Transporting evidence from Warehouse to Court hearings.
  • Prepared reports for and provided testimony in court hearings.
  • Attended Federal Court hearings at Tinker Air Force Base.
  • Issued citations for civil violations and attended court hearings.
  • Handled complaints; testified in court hearings as necessary.
  • Transport prisoners from prison to court hearings.
  • Testify before juries, court hearings and admisitrative hearings regarding investigation results.
  • Conduct investigations and complete criminal complaints andattend all court hearings.

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15. Community Outreach
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Here's how Community Outreach is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Protect, assist and serve the community through proactive patrol policing, criminal investigations, community outreach and/or traffic enforcement/control.
  • Assisted in coordinating community outreach aimed at better educating and representing the local populace in law enforcement decisions.
  • Implemented bicycle registration program, secured vehicle theft prevention program and community outreach for crime prevention.
  • Provide community outreach and protection through interactive public service programs and activates.
  • Served as departmental representative for numerous community outreach and relations activities.
  • Participated in public speaking events and community outreach programs.
  • Elevated community outreach programs to assist the homeless population.
  • Facilitated public forums, community outreach programs.
  • Provided community outreach resources to civic organizations
  • Participated in community outreach programs.
  • Perform community outreach and community relations as a vital part of the job in building trust and rapport with citizens.
  • Preserve community law and order through community outreach programs, patrolling and securing critical resources.
  • Participated in community outreach efforts through Special Olympics and Shop with a Cop.
  • Represent the Department in court and community outreach efforts.
  • Direct and carry out major community outreach events.
  • Involved in community outreach with the boy's & girls club in wards 1 through 8.
  • Lead officer for departmentally sponsored community outreach programs for at-risk citizens in the community.
  • Acted as first responder to emergencies, investigated cases, and performed community outreach services.
  • Moved to Indianapolis) Provided community safety, security and community outreach programs Composed detailed reports with accuracy and attention to detail
  • Experienced in developing and launching community outreach programs such as the Clothing Voucher program for city homeless.

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16. Local Laws
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Here's how Local Laws is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Know and apply U.S. Criminal codes, civil codes, and federal, state and local laws, rules and regulations
  • Enforced federal, state and local laws, and led investigations of several felony cases that resulted in convictions.
  • Worked as a Maryland State Commissioned Police Officer, Enforcing state and local laws in an industrial setting.
  • Perform law enforcement and crime prevention work, control traffic flow, and enforce state and local laws/regulations.
  • Conducted patrols in designated area of the City enforcing State and local laws and traffic regulations.
  • Apprehended and arrested offenders for crimes committed under Federal, State and local laws and ordinances.
  • Enforce Metropolitan, District of Columbia (DC) CODE / Federal and Local Laws.
  • Conducted criminal investigations pertaining to United States Code, Federal, State and Local laws.
  • Enforce Federal, State, and Local laws, regulations, and policies.
  • Patrolled various areas of St. Louis City enforcing state and local laws.
  • Enforce the State and local laws; patrol the city for violators.
  • Patrol Officer responsible for enforcement of state and local laws on campus.
  • Patrol Duties, Report Writing, Enforce State and Local Laws
  • Enforce all federal, state and local laws.
  • Enforced state and local laws and ordinances.
  • Maintained knowledge of State and local laws.
  • Enforced federal, state nod local laws.
  • Enforce local laws and traffic laws.
  • Enforced State and Local laws Maintained accurate and detailed logs of all events that occurred during each shift.
  • Enforced all federal, state, and local laws in the city of Houston, Tx.

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17. Incident Reports
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Here's how Incident Reports is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Prepared incident reports and other documentation relevant Federal or personal property, and other violations committed on Federally-owned or controlled property.
  • Enforced resident behavior management system and wrote incident reports for infractions.
  • Processed and logged accurate and detailed incident reports.
  • Prepared clear and comprehensive incident reports.
  • Conduct investigations and file incident reports
  • Conduct patrol tours checking for fire or safety violations plus breeches of building security, preparing accident/incident reports as needed.
  • Reviewed incident reports and made corrections using software systems such as Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Microsoft Word.
  • Investigate security violations, conduct interviews and briefings, prepare incident reports, and provide customer support services.
  • Generate offense and incident reports and other related reports in a legible, accurate and timely fashion.
  • Serve Criminal and Civil process, making arrests when necessary and complete arrest and incident reports.
  • Maintained computerized and written logs, as well as completed incident reports and checklists.
  • Complete incident reports when state or federal laws and facility policies have been violated.
  • Scheduled shifts, completed shift log, incident reports and monitored security camera.
  • Organize and record facts to document detailed incident reports.
  • Organize and record facts for completion of incident reports.
  • Organized and recorded facts to prepare incident reports.
  • Write effective legal incident reports.
  • Write incident reports and citations.
  • Completed incident reports on crimes.
  • Testify in court as needed * Draft and review incident reports.

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18. Issue Citations
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Here's how Issue Citations is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Protect people and property, respond to calls for service, enforce laws, make arrests and issue citations.
  • Drive vehicles or patrol specific areas to detect law violators, issue citations, and make arrests.
  • Make traffic stops, for moving violations, parking violations, and issue citations as warranted.
  • Issue citations for violations of the law, rules, or regulations.
  • Respond to accidents, make arrests or issue citations as appropriate.
  • Issue citations or warnings to people who violate motor vehicle laws.
  • Enforce traffic and parking regulations and issue citations as deemed necessary.
  • Issue citations or warnings to violators of motor vehicle ordinances.
  • Issue citations and write reports when laws are broken.
  • Issue citations and making necessary arrests as appropriate.
  • Issue citations and made arrest as appropriate.
  • Issue citations when the situation is warranted.
  • Issue citations for speeding and parking violations.
  • Conduct traffic stops and issue citations.
  • Issue citations and arrest as needed.
  • Make arrests and issue citations.
  • Make arrests/issue citations when required.
  • Patrol Town of Danville Respond to dispatched calls Enforce laws Make arrests Issue citations
  • Enforce state laws and issue citations for relevant offences.
  • Protect people and property Patrol assigned areas CCTV surveillance cameras Respond to calls Make arrests Issue citations Data entry and report

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  • Directed traffic control and traffic operations when dealing with cruisers and escorted convoys to designated locations.
  • Monitored controlled check points and regulated traffic control.
  • Supervised and participated in traffic control operations.
  • Conducted traffic control and investigations as necessary.
  • Provide specialized pedestrian and traffic control services in connections with ceremonies, parades, emergency situations, and similar events.
  • Provide traffic control at athletic events, school closings or openings, or at any other time.
  • Traffic enforcement duties including traffic control, accidents, OWI and driving violation regulation.
  • Perform traffic duties; such as vehicle stops, vehicle checks and traffic control.
  • Assisted local fire departments within the county in traffic control and fire rescue.
  • Provide traffic control and direction for motor vehicles and pedestrian flows.
  • Conducted traffic control during rush hour and traffic light outage.
  • Performed traffic control duties and re-routing of traffic as required.
  • Worked crowd and traffic control at all city sponsored events.
  • Assisted the township with traffic control when requested.
  • Enforced traffic control with radar equipment.
  • Traffic control, Preventive crime tactics.
  • Traffic Control and Speed Checks.
  • Traffic control, parking control.
  • Experience Prior to NYPD United States Air Force: Air traffic Controller.
  • traffic control and foot patrols.

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20. Federal Regulations
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  • Conduct surveys and analysis ensuring security standards pertaining to Department of Defense are enforced and within Federal regulations and guidelines.
  • Conducted traffic and criminal investigations in accordance with department, state and federal regulations.
  • Acquire and demonstrate knowledge of federal regulations, local ordinances, state law, and MARTA Police emergency and safety procedures.
  • Enforce all state and federal regulations, providing security to federal employees within the Pentagon and surrounding area.
  • Patrol Park District property, enforce and administer park rules, state and federal regulations and local statutes.
  • Conduct vehicle stops of all vehicles in violation of the California Vehicle Codes and Federal Regulations.
  • Provided law enforcement as required by the 32 Code of Federal Regulations and applicable Agency policies.
  • Enforced state laws and Federal Regulations to provide safety to the motoring public.
  • Enforced local, state, federal regulations, and statutes.
  • Enforced local and federal regulations of the law.
  • Enforce University, Commonwealth, and Federal regulations.
  • Experienced in enforcing Federal Regulations & Rules.
  • Enforce village, state and federal regulations.
  • Enforced federal regulations and appropriate State Laws.
  • Enforce criminal codes and federal regulations.
  • Reviewed documentation to verify there were no discrepancies and the information coincided with state and federal regulations and procedures.
  • Detained and interrogated suspected criminal offenders Enforced Federal regulations, and laws.
  • Meet and acseed all Local, State and Federal Regulations as required.

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21. Non-Emergency Calls
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Here's how Non-Emergency Calls is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Respond to emergency and non-emergency calls for assistance, investigate felony, misdemeanor and petty misdemeanor crimes.
  • Respond to emergency and non-emergency calls for service relayed through dispatch to investigate and deter criminal activity.
  • Respond to all emergency/non-emergency calls * Issue traffic citations/traffic enforcement * Assist other road officers/road sergeant
  • Responded to emergency and non-emergency calls while remaining calm in potential high-stress situations.
  • Dispatch law enforcement units to emergency and non-emergency calls via radio.
  • Worked as a patrol officer answering emergency and non-emergency calls.
  • Responded to emergency and non-emergency calls of duty.
  • Responded to emergency and non-emergency calls for service.
  • Patrol duties including emergency and non-emergency calls.
  • Responded to emergency and non-emergency calls, including thefts, medical emergencies, alarms, traffic accidents, sexual offenses.
  • Issue traffic citations, parking violations and respond to emergency and non-emergency calls for help from crime victims and/or witnesses.
  • Investigate emergency and non-emergency calls, affected arrests, and record facts, locate and preserve evidence.
  • Dispatch emergency and non-emergency calls for Police, Medical Units and Fire.
  • Received high volumes of emergency and non-emergency calls for service.
  • Responded quickly to both emergency and non-emergency calls of service.
  • Respond to emergency and non-emergency calls for service; Prepared written documentation and investigative reports.
  • Responded to emergency and non-emergency calls for service and required to solve many different types of problems and situations.
  • Responded to emergency and non-emergency calls for service in a City with a population of approximately 138,000 people.
  • Uphold and enforce laws of New York Positive and professional community engagement Respond to emergency and non-emergency calls
  • General Patrol Narcotics Investigations Search and arrest warrant service Answered emergency and non-emergency calls for service Completed complex reports for investigations.

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Here's how City Ordinances is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Enforce all laws with regards to the Ohio Revised Code, Cleveland City Ordinances, and CMHA leasing and rental rules.
  • Assist in investigating suspicious activities and persons; make arrests for violations of federal and state laws and city ordinances.
  • Maintained a current knowledge of criminal law, city ordinances and other critical elements of law enforcement and peace keeping.
  • Patrol of City and enforce all state, federal and local laws as well as enforcing city ordinances.
  • Patrol City Streets, investigate crime, enforce all Federal, State applicable laws to include city ordinances.
  • Protect the residents of Cleveland; enforce traffic laws, city ordinances, and state laws.
  • Enforce all rules of the Cleveland Municipal School District, city ordinances, and state laws.
  • Carried out and enforced all federal, state, local laws and city ordinances.
  • Reviewed and enforced the City Ordinances of violations for illegal services and illegal connections.
  • Issued NC State Uniform Citations as well as Cary City Ordinances as applicable.
  • Enforce and apply the New York State Penal Code and City ordinances.
  • Enforce city and state laws as well as city ordinances.
  • Maintain order and enforce state laws and city ordinances.
  • Tasked with enforcing all city ordinances and state law.
  • Performed motor and foot patrols of city Enforced City Ordinances and Laws.
  • Enforced NCGS as well as Town of Burnsville City Ordinances as applicable.
  • Make arrests for violations of federal and state laws and city ordinances.
  • Certified Field Training Officer - Enforcement of laws and city ordinances.
  • Enforce State Laws, County Ordinances and City Ordinances.
  • Traffic Enforcement Respond to calls of service Enforce City ordinances Report writing Make arrests and transport to jail Issuing citations

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23. Criminal Cases
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Here's how Criminal Cases is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Identified, photographed, collected, and processed physical, trace, biological, and drug evidence pertaining to criminal cases.
  • Testified in court and presented evidence, acted as a witness in traffic and criminal cases for the state.
  • Assigned to Undercover Narcotics Unit in order to develop criminal cases against enterprises trafficking in the sale of narcotics.
  • Provided detailed reports involving criminal cases or issues that may involve possible charges to occupants or suspects.
  • Serve as a witness on numerous occasions in the prosecution of criminal cases both state and federal.
  • Prepared written reports, swore out warrants and testified in court in support of criminal cases.
  • Worked as an undercover officer, as well as lead investigator in over 200 criminal cases.
  • Coordinated the use of confidential informants on several of types of criminal cases and activities.
  • Testified in over 35 criminal cases, including narcotics, robbery, and homicide cases.
  • Conferred with local and state district attorneys to assure proper disposition of criminal cases.
  • Investigated homicides, robberies, rapes and a variety of other criminal cases.
  • Conduct complex criminal investigations in order to prevent crimes and solve criminal cases.
  • Locate, collect, control, process and store evidence in criminal cases.
  • Conduct interviews and investigations concerning complaints, accidents, and criminal cases.
  • Take reports; investigate criminal cases, and auto accidents.
  • Court appearance as required for traffic & criminal cases.
  • Prepare and organize criminal cases for court.
  • Testified in court regarding criminal cases.
  • Filed criminal charges via the Orange County District Attorney's Office for arrests made in all relevant criminal cases.
  • Create documents and reports in regards to criminal cases.

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24. Suspicious Persons
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Here's how Suspicious Persons is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Patrol designated district in patrol car and monitor and investigate suspicious persons and situations and unusual activities.
  • Conducted investigations of suspicious persons or situations and preliminary investigations of major crimes and criminal activity.
  • Operated photographic, audio and video equipment for undercover and surveillance of suspicious persons and establishments.
  • Observe and investigate suspicious persons and/or activities and report as necessary.
  • Note suspicious persons and unusual conditions and make preliminary investigations.
  • Monitored and investigated suspicious persons and situations and unusual activities.
  • Noted suspicious persons and establishments and reported to superior officer.
  • Assisted and rendered aid to citizens, conducted building checks, and investigated suspicious persons, vehicles, noises, etc.
  • Respond to activated alarms, criminal complaints and suspicious persons, items, vehicles or other instances that arises.
  • Monitor, note, report, and investigate suspicious persons and situations or illegal activity in patrol areas.
  • Investigated and wrote reports on suspicious persons, unusual activities, crime and accidents throughout the city.
  • Position vehicle stops, question suspicious persons, and if necessary, detains them.
  • Responded to calls of distress, suspicious persons and packages, and other emergencies.
  • Monitor, note, report, and investigate suspicious persons and situations.
  • Investigate Suspicious Persons and make Lawful Arrests Preparing all reports required.
  • Investigated and reported suspicious persons, unusual activities, and accidents.
  • Patrolled for suspicious persons or vehicles.
  • Monitored,reported, and investigated suspicious persons and situations.
  • Monitor, note, report, and investigate suspicious persons, situations, safety hazards, and unusual or illegal activity.
  • Monitor parking, loading & unloading areas Detain and question suspicious persons, assist visitors

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25. Domestic Violence
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Here's how Domestic Violence is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Trained extensively in interview and interrogation/obtaining statements and confessions and domestic violence.
  • Specialized in crisis intervention and domestic violence.
  • Intervened in social and domestic violence altercations.
  • Specialized in domestic violence/child abuse cases.
  • Responded to domestic violence incidents.
  • Respond to 911 emergency calls for situations ranging from domestic violence, assault, property disputes, etc.
  • Answered calls for service (thefts, robberies, domestic violence, traffic accidents, etc.).
  • Handled diverse calls ranging from domestic violence to breaking and entering to assault to distribution of drugs.
  • Responded to multiple reports of Domestic Violence, Suicidal Persons, Drunk Drivers, and other reports.
  • Protect victims involved in domestic violence and provide them with the proper resources for assistance and counseling.
  • Served as a domestic violence detective, gang specialist, and police baton and window tint instructor.
  • Investigate crimes such as vandalism, thefts, burglaries, domestic violence, and auto accidents.
  • Concentrated focus on retail crimes, traffic offenses, drug crimes and domestic violence activity.
  • Investigated crimes to include: robberies, domestic violence, theft and many other crimes.
  • Investigated 300+ reported crimes involving sexual assault, kid-napping, domestic violence and child abuse.
  • Specialized units included: Domestic Violence Response Team and Crime Analysis.
  • Trained in drug recognition, domestic violence and civil disturbance.
  • Appointed by Chief of Police as Departmental Domestic Violence Advocate.
  • Planned and initiated numerous investigations ranging from domestic violence and crime scene, to vehicle accident and fraud Supervisor: Cpl.
  • Investigated car accidents, fatalities, domestic violence incidents and other disturbances.

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26. Suspicious Activity
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  • Prepare various routine reports regarding accidents, suspicious activity, emergency incidents, and unusual events related to airport operations.
  • Conducted surveillance and investigated suspicious activity leading to a Federal Investigation into a business in April 2017.
  • Conducted and investigated various crimes against persons and property, vehicle accidents and suspicious activity.
  • Conducted field interviews and analysis of behavior and reporting suspicious activity required under department regulation.
  • Assist neighborhood subdivision, with traffic enforcement, and suspicious activity awareness.
  • Investigate all patient/visitor/employee complaints and reports of suspicious activity.
  • Note suspicious activity and conduct proactive preliminary investigations.
  • Take complaints from citizens and investigate suspicious activity.
  • Monitor any suspicious activity of ongoing crimes.
  • Monitor suspicious activity and vehicular traffic.
  • Investigate suspicious activity and maintain notes.
  • Investigate reports of suspicious activity.
  • Patrol high crime areas within Brooklyn North Precincts, assist citizens as needed, note suspicious activity and take appropriate action.
  • Patrol the installation ensuring all traffic laws are being followed and that there is no presence of suspicious activity.
  • Patrol buildings and grounds, checking locked doors and windows, and investigating suspicious activity or people.
  • Respond to emergencies and patrol regular routes watching for suspicious activity.
  • Patrol interior, exterior, and perimeter for suspicious activity.
  • Conduct investigations to solve a crime or suspicious activity.
  • Observe and Notify any and all suspicious activity.
  • marked/unmarked) Patrolled Amtrak and New Jersey Transit Trains in transit for any suspicious activity.

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27. Appropriate Action
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Here's how Appropriate Action is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Observe and takes appropriate actions regarding physical hazards and illegal criminal activities.
  • Investigate suspicious activity discovered during patrol and take appropriate actions.
  • Investigated suspicious persons and establishments and took appropriate action.
  • Take appropriate actions to resolve matters in a firm, courteous and tactful manner with respect for the rights of others.
  • Evaluated emergency situations and took appropriate actions, such as making arrests and maintaining crime scene for investigating officers.
  • Respond quickly to dispatched calls for assistance, and take appropriate action at scenes.
  • Responded quickly to dispatch and took appropriate action at crime and disaster scenes.
  • Intervene to abort criminal acts or to investigate and initiate appropriate actions.
  • Observe and take appropriate action in the event of suspicious activity.
  • Responded to emergency calls, provided assistance and took appropriate action.
  • Identified deficiencies and recommended or took appropriate actions to correct.
  • Investigated car crashes to determine cause and take appropriate action.
  • Investigated suspicious persons & school property and took appropriate action.
  • Determine appropriate action to be taken at each incident.
  • Prevent violations reported and reserved and applies appropriate action.
  • Investigate and take appropriate action on assigned calls.
  • Monitored and disseminated public complaints or allegations, whistleblower calls, and reports of stolen/lost police property for appropriate action.
  • Patrol Division: responsibilities included taking appropriate action during arrests and criminal investigations.
  • Patrolled assigned areas of the city Observed and took appropriate action in the event of suspicious activity
  • Observed and took appropriate action in the event of suspicious activity Investigated reported crimes.

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Here's how Document Incidents is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Prepared reports to document incidents and facilitate the apprehension, prosecution and conviction of perpetrators.
  • Record unusual activities and accurately document incidents of all types.
  • Communicated with dispatchers to request information and document incidents.
  • Complete reports that document incidents and criminal activities.
  • Record information to prepare report that document incidents.
  • Identified pursued and arrested criminal suspects and perpetrators; recorded facts, prepared reports that document incidents and activities.
  • Recorded facts to prepare reports that document incidents and activities using strong attention to detail skills to ensure accuracy.
  • Prepare reports that document incidents; investigate suspicious persons and situations as well as unusual or illegal activities.
  • Respond to calls for service; prepare reports; document incidents; restore order; investigate vehicle accidents.
  • Expected to thoroughly document incidents, evaluate facts and circumstances, and take the required follow up measures.
  • Record facts to prepare reports that document incidents and activities in an online state wide database.
  • Patrol officer respond to high priority calls for service, arrest, detain and document incidents.
  • Empowered to make lawful arrests when needed and document incidents in report form.
  • Record facts to prepare reports that document incidents and activities.
  • Record facts that document incidents and activities.
  • Prepare reports that document incidents or activities.
  • Document incidents that occur in reports.
  • Write detailed reports and document incidents.
  • Prepare documents recording facts to prepare reports that document incidents.Identify arrest suspects and perpetrators.
  • Record facts to prepare reports utilizing Omniform Filler and document incidents and activities.

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29. Safety Hazards
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Here's how Safety Hazards is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Directed movement of vehicles and pedestrians and observed and reported traffic safety hazards.
  • Identified potential security and safety hazards.
  • Respond to situations such as safety hazards, security risks, fires, medical emergencies, and dangerous or defective conditions.
  • Observe report and mitigate traffic safety hazards, issue citations for moving violations, parking violations and enforce pedestrian right-of-way rules.
  • Patrol designated areas by vehicle and foot to identify and report safety hazards and detect violations of laws and ordinances.
  • Report fire and safety hazards and take immediate action to extinguish, to control fires and secure fire areas.
  • Responded and investigated crashes, crimes, natural disasters and potential safety hazards on roads.
  • Reported any irregularities, such as fire hazards, safety hazards, and security deficiencies.
  • Walk through campus buildings to check for safety hazards and provide University Police visibility.
  • Provided assistance to other public agencies pending the elimination of health or safety hazards.
  • Checked and secured building entrances Immediately reported fires, accidents and other safety hazards.
  • Watch for irregular or unusual conditions that may create security concerns or safety hazards.
  • Identify and correct safety hazards, property damage, and chronic policy offenders.
  • Avoid safety hazards, and unusual or illegal activities on school grounds.
  • Respond to suspicious calls of safety hazards or dangerous individuals.
  • Located and corrected major and minor safety hazards.
  • Identified, corrected and reported public safety hazards.
  • Prevented crime and noted safety hazards.
  • Prepared investigative reports of accidents, fire alarm activations, medical alerts, security violations, and safety hazards.
  • Investigate and report suspicious persons and situations, safety hazards, and unusual or illegalactivity in patrol area.

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30. Illegal Activity
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Here's how Illegal Activity is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Monitored and investigated suspicious situations, safety hazards, and unusual or illegal activity in patrol area.
  • Prevented crimes by immediately reporting all unusual, unauthorized and illegal activity on the premises.
  • Perform security checks of closed business, looking for signs of suspicious/illegal activity.
  • Work proactive gang enforcement against major hardcore gangs involved in illegal activity.
  • Complete detailed investigations and reports dealing with illegal activity and arrests.
  • Patrol designated areas/ beats for potential illegal activity.
  • Monitored unusual or illegal activity.
  • Patrol, prevent, detect and take necessary enforcement action regarding illegal activity within designated sector and entire precinct at large.
  • Patrolled and inspected property to protect against fire, theft, vandalism, terrorism, and illegal activity.
  • Observe people, the facilities, and property in order to discern and respond to any illegal activity.
  • Interview witnesses, victims and suspects that may result in an arrest due to illegal activity.
  • Developed strategies to reduce incidence of illegal activity and crime in high need areas.
  • Review surveillance footage, gather information that may be involved in illegal activity.
  • Watch illegal activity that's coming in and out of the sea.
  • Analyzed complaints and determine patterns or trends in illegal activity.
  • Patrolled areas with high incidence of illegal activity and crime.
  • Patrol the city to detect illegal activity.
  • PATROL OFFICER My primary responsibilities were to monitor unauthorized or illegal activity.
  • 318.Apprehended and arrested individuals for breaching access, causing disturbances, or engaging in illegal activity in an around the facility.
  • Assisted full time officer in patrolling the town to detect illegal activity.

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31. Crowd Control
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Here's how Crowd Control is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Developed and utilized expertise in crowd control tactics, domestic violence mitigation, DUI identification and measures.
  • Performed crowd control and addressed safety concerns at school-sponsored events.
  • Participated in crowd control operations during emergencies and events.
  • Performed neighborhood patrols in precinct sectors assigned, conducted foot beat patrols when assigned, performed crowd control.
  • Maintain crowd control, prepare accurate and concise written reports, and maintain security of confidential materials.
  • Worked with a full-time Police Officer to answer calls for service and perform crowd control functions.
  • Secured water fill locations for tanker trucks at fire scenes and performed crowd control.
  • Assist with Traffic Control, crowd control, and scene security during emergency situations.
  • Worked the floor/stage area regarding crowd control, security passes and autograph sessions.
  • Participated in accident investigations, traffic / crowd control and made court appearances.
  • Subject matter expert on vehicle and personnel searches as well as crowd control.
  • Worked crowd control for several big events and parades.
  • Foot patrol and crowd control at Power Plant Live.
  • Crowd control during patrols, riots, and commotions.
  • Conduct traffic and crowd control; provide funeral escorts.
  • Provided crowd control at community and private functions.
  • Performed crowd control tactics during large events/protests.
  • Assigned to Motors, first responder as a strike team for crowd control and emergency response.
  • Performed military police duties and general expertise in public security Patrolled designated district using various modes of transportation Experienced with crowd control
  • Crowd control and security at Bobby Bowden Field at Doak Campbell Stadium and University functions.

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32. Direct Traffic
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Here's how Direct Traffic is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Direct traffic when accidents occurred at major intersections.
  • Direct traffic during emergency and congested situations.
  • Render first aid when necessary, direct traffic, question witnesses and suspects, make court appearances as required.
  • Direct traffic at accidents, fires, public assemblages and at busy intersections as needed.
  • Direct traffic and either arrests or gives violation tickets to those who break traffic laws.
  • Direct traffic and enforce traffic laws by writing citations, interviewing victims and possible suspects.
  • Direct traffic and may investigate traffic accidents and provide aid to injured persons.
  • Direct traffic at fires, special events and other emergency or congested situations.
  • Direct traffic flow and reroute traffic in case of emergencies.
  • Report on traffic hazards and direct traffic or pedestrian flow.
  • Direct traffic when necessary, ensuring normal traffic flow.
  • Enforce vehicle operation, parking laws and direct traffic.
  • Provide security services or direct traffic for public gatherings.
  • Direct traffic and provided road information to assist motorists.
  • Direct traffic at public events and automobile accidents.
  • Enforce traffic ordinances and direct traffic.
  • patrol assigned areas, direct traffic, accident control and investigation, detect and prevent criminal activity.
  • Enforce traffic laws in construction zones * Direct traffic
  • Monitor areas of the campus for signs of suspicious activity Direct traffic Speak to the Stanford community about safe habits
  • Prepare police reports, direct traffic Conduct physical and visual checks of local businesses and residences for safety purposes.

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33. New Officers
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Here's how New Officers is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Supervised and motivated new officers to prepare for the federal academy.
  • Served as department's liaison/administrator of the reserve officer program with responsibilities for recruiting, hiring, and training new officers.
  • Trained new officers in patrol procedures, laws of arrest, report writing, handling and processing evidence.
  • Worked as a Field Training Officer, with new officers who have completed the Police Academy.
  • Worked for over 5 years as a Field Training Officer, training and evaluating new officers.
  • Field Training Officer responsible for training of new Officers in policies and procedures.
  • Field Training Officer-Trained new officers in various phases of their training.
  • Field Training Instructor providing on the job training for new officers.
  • Trained new officers and completed relevant progress reports and activity logs.
  • Trained new officers and College interns as field training officer.
  • Served as Field Training Officer for new officers.
  • Train and supervise new officers in arrest processing.
  • Selected as field-training officer for new officers.
  • Conducted field training for new officers.
  • Train new officers in patrol duties.
  • Field training two new officers.
  • Trained and supervised new officers.
  • Field trainer for new officers.
  • Field Training Officer Trained new officers for 2 years between 1989 and 1991.
  • Respond to all emergency incidents on campus Supervise, evaluate, and train new officers Interact positively with faculty and students

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Here's how CPR is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Graduated from the 17 week Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Academy which included CPR certification, and a concussion recognition class.
  • Skilled in emergency response (CPR), basic self-defense, judicial protocol, and weapons training.
  • Certified to administer First Aid and CPR as needed and arrange appropriate emergency medical response needed.
  • Keep current on all training; first aid/CPR, firearms/PR-24, legal updates and changes in law
  • Trained in and made frequent use of CPR and general first aid, saved several lives.
  • Provide medical assistance and administer CPR and First Aid procedures successfully as needed.
  • Remain current on first aid and CPR certifications.
  • Performed CPR and First Aid.
  • Certified CPR Instructor Received multiple Internal and external commendations.
  • Provide CPR if required, immobilize injuries, treat for shock and calm victims until medical help arrives.
  • Assigned to Manhattan North precincts CPR & First Aid Instructor (American Red Cross certified) Manhattan North
  • Provided and trained for medical response to First Aid and CPR emergencies as a first responder.
  • Certified Instructor in First Aid and CPR for American Red Cross Continued Safety Training.
  • Received certifications in CPR, AED, Taser, Pepper Spray and Radar use
  • Perform CPR or other first responders medical procedures when necessary.
  • Trained as a first responder in basic first aid, AED, and CPR.
  • Studied the intricacies of California Criminal Law Obtained certification in First Aid CPR Received extensive firearms training (Pistol & Shotgun)
  • X-ray) Attended and received biannual training in CPR, First aid, 9mm service pistol, 12ga.
  • Selected Current Highlights Licensed Mental Health Counselor : License # MH 13117 Expires 03/31/2017 CPR certified Expires July 2015 Bilingual in Spanish
  • State of Illinois Certified Investigator ASP Certified CPR/AED Certified OC Certified Taser Certified

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Here's how General Public is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Maintained excellent relationships with coworkers and the general public while providing safety and security for all citizens.
  • Provided security assistance to the general public.
  • Maintained a police presence when interacting with the general public including but not limited to attending community functions and public meetings.
  • Recruited general public for police officer cadets to ensure the safety and security of the City of Corpus Christi.
  • Provide customer service and convey information to the general public, demonstrating personable and adaptable skills in all situations.
  • Maintain law and order, safety and security of the general public, facility staff and county inmates.
  • Respond to emergency calls and interact with the general public in a professional and respectful manner.
  • Dedicated Police Officer that is skilled at dealing with the general public and handled high-stress situations.
  • Provide security for the general public while decreasing crime rates within the community.
  • Maintained law, order, health and safety of the general public.
  • Performed as a point of information for the general public.
  • Respond to emergency calls for service from the general public.
  • Provide for Safety and Security of the General Public.
  • Provided 911 services to general public.
  • Protect and serve the general public
  • Maintained contact with citizens regarding potential law enforcement problems and preserved good relationships with the general public.
  • Patrolled designated areas and interacted with the general public, answering emergency and nonemergency calls.
  • Write complex criminal and civil reports Maintain a high level of independence, initiative, and interaction with the general public.
  • Interacted regularly with the general public providing information and assistance, provided first aid as a first responder.
  • Respond to emergencies and assist general public and other authorities.

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Here's how DUI is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Conducted detailed investigations of reported homicides, violent crimes, child abuse, DUI, property crimes, and narcotic violations.
  • Advanced skills in apprehending, subduing, and detaining persons, performing body searches, and using unarmed self-defense techniques.
  • Volunteered for reassignment to the DUI Enforcement Unit in November 2012 and was responsible for approximately 70 DUI related arrests.
  • Patrol, DUI, Gang Enforcement, Community Officer, Parent Project Community Course Facilitator, Community Mentor
  • Cultivated safe neighborhoods through normal police patrol, DUI detection initiatives and community ride along programs.
  • Recognized three times by Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) for DUI enforcement.
  • Conducted routine patrol and criminal interdiction, community policing, traffic and DUI enforcement.
  • Received an award from the state of Illinois for DUI patrol in 2004.
  • Conducted traffic stops, field, crime scene, and DUI investigations.
  • Monitored traffic for safety violations, aggressive drivers and DUI drivers.
  • Conducted investigations pertaining to criminal, DUI and traffic crashes.
  • Executed field sobriety exercises on suspected DUI motorists.
  • Led department in DUI arrests in 1996.
  • Conduct DUI Enforcement when needed.
  • Detected and apprehended DUI suspects.
  • Achieved 99% conviction rate on RADAR and DUI charges.
  • Helped to conduct special enforcement details including DUI, seatbelt, and child safety seat check points.
  • Received Glennville Police Department Exceptional Performance Award for outstanding DUI/Drug Enforcement and Arrests for 2011.
  • Utilize police radio, process evidence, effect arrests during DUIs and other crimes.
  • Gang Unit FTO DUI Enforcement Officer Juvenile Officer/Investigator, Criminal investigator, Rapid Response Officer Firearm Instructor Achieved many commendations

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37. Defensive Tactics
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  • Maintained basic qualifications to include firearms, defensive tactics and any driving requirements.
  • Served the department as an instructor in defensive tactics, live fire shoot house, less lethal force, and firearms.
  • Specialized in training new/veteran police officers, SWAT Operations, and was a certified instructor in Defensive Tactics and K-9 Detection.
  • Job Duties: Certified through the Maryland Police Training Commission, as a Police Officer & Defensive Tactics Instructor.
  • Organized and trained military and Department of Defense police officers in the use of firearms and defensive tactics.
  • Assisted with regular patrol duties Certified in defensive tactics/active counter measures Certified in firearms, A.S.P.
  • Trained in Firearms, Defensive Tactics, Defensive Driving Training, and Legal Update courses.
  • Trained in defensive tactics, hostage negotiations, specialized weapons, and evidence collection.
  • Trained and proficient with firearms, less than lethal force, and defensive tactics.
  • Teach defensive tactics to recruits in Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET).
  • Completed courses with earning a certification to handle various and defensive tactics.
  • Advanced weapons training and defensive tactics training.
  • Certified trainer in defensive tactics.
  • Certified vehicle operations instructor, defensive tactics instructor, and several certifications associated.
  • Assisted in the design and implementation of the Evanston Police Department's Defensive Tactics & Offensive Countermeasures training program.
  • Served as department Use of Force Instructor, Defensive Tactics Instructor, Taser Instructor, K-9 Trainer.
  • Played active role in coordination and follow-through of criminal investigations Proficient in defensive tactics and firearms use.
  • Trained in Monadnock Defensive Tactics System with PR-24.
  • Patrol Officer Defensive Tactics Certified Firearms Certified Emergency Vehicle Operations Community-Oriented-Policing participant
  • Officer Evidence Technician Combined Emergency Response Team Member Defensive Tactics Instructor TAZER Certified O.C.

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38. Domestic Disputes
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Here's how Domestic Disputes is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Conducted routine patrol, investigated traffic accidents and answered calls for service involving domestic disputes.
  • Recognized for providing resolution to domestic disputes.
  • Enforced all traffic laws and ordinances Responded to all 911 calls including Robberies, Burglaries, Larcenies, and Domestic disputes.
  • Answered calls and complains involving fires, automobile accidents, disturbances, domestic disputes, and various other misdemeanors and felonies.
  • Investigated wide range of cases encompassing traffic accidents, burglaries, robberies, public disturbances, and domestic disputes.
  • Responded to calls from the public and assisted with investigation of criminal activity, domestic disputes, public disorder.
  • Field training in: solving Domestic Disputes, diffusing hostile situations, burglary investigations and building clearing.
  • Investigate a wide array of crimes, domestic disputes, accidents, illegal drug activity, etc.
  • Responded to calls relayed by the dispatcher, such as domestic disputes, assaults, and burglaries.
  • Responded to Domestic Disputes between couples and provided immediate mediation and made necessary arrest if prompted.
  • Investigated and prepared reports on accidents, as well as domestic disputes, and other incidents.
  • Participated in daily patrols and responded to domestic disputes, fights, public intoxication etc.
  • Handled calls such as domestic disputes, accidents, and larceny of government property.
  • Responded to calls including domestic disputes, assaults, burglary, and traffic accidents.
  • Responded to accidents and domestic disputes * Made arrests and conducted follow ups.
  • Settled civil and domestic disputes with care and concern for the victims.
  • Responded to a variety of calls ranging from domestic disputes to shootings/homicides.
  • Respond to emergency 911 calls including medical emergencies and domestic disputes.
  • Mediated domestic disputes and check for warrants on persons.
  • Mediated domestic and nondomestic disputes.

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39. Special Events
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Here's how Special Events is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Participated in regular Patrol Officer duties, special events, traffic control and maintained training jacket to ensure reserve police eligibility
  • Worked in Special Operations where I worked special events, Dignitary protection and traffic enforcement including DOT certified scale unit.
  • Participated in various community safety plans and programs, as well as special events and projects of the department.
  • Participated in crowd control operations for special events such as parades, ceremonies, local fairs and movies.
  • Performed duties as Lost Child Prevention and Property Loss Prevention for large scale special events.
  • Patrol, Investigations, Gang Unit, Bike Unit, Special Events, Community Officer
  • Worked special events assignments; including athletic events, graduation, and reunions.
  • Assigned personnel for special events and oversaw those events, handled all hazards.
  • Maintained orderly control of large crowds and enforces safety regulations at special events.
  • Conducted specific traffic and pedestrian details during all parades and special events.
  • Direct and control crowds at special events as necessary.
  • Assisted Metropolitan Police with crowd control at special events.
  • Provided security for special events and sporting events.
  • Assisted in coordinating traffic patterns during special events.
  • Assigned to special events (Governor Events).
  • Conduct crowd control operations during special events.
  • Provided traffic control during special events.
  • Solo Patrol Officer, Special Events
  • Staffed all special events within the city (Shoreline Amphitheatre Concerts, Wine Festivals, etc).
  • Served on the bicycle/Segway unit to assist with Mardi Gras and special events.

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40. Statute Violations
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Here's how Statute Violations is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Prepared reports to complete investigations to determine if criminal acts or statute violations were involved.
  • Record and review facts to prepare reports that document incidents and activities and determine if criminal act or statute violations occur.
  • Gather and review all the facts of incidents to determine if criminal act or statute violations occurred.
  • Review facts to determine if a criminal act has taken place and what statute violations are involved.
  • Review facts of incidents to determine if criminal act or statute violations were involved.
  • Recorded facts of incidents to determine if criminal acts or statute violations occurred.
  • Gathered facts to determine if criminal or statute violations had been committed.
  • Assess and review situations to ascertain any potential criminal or statute violations.
  • Review facts to determine if criminal or statute violations occurred.

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41. Security Procedures
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Here's how Security Procedures is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Produced written reports on all shift activities with oral reports and emergency notifications delivered as directed by established security procedures.
  • Performed enforcement of maximum-security procedures to protect property and ideas of critical importance to national security and stability
  • Submitted advisory reports regarding security procedures and practices for known high crime and drug activity areas.
  • Worked with supervisors weekly to implement security procedures or guidelines for upcoming events and functions.
  • Assisted in establishing police stations by ensuring all personnel were aware of security procedures.
  • Trained personnel on security procedures and achieved significant improvements in their productivity.
  • Provided security guidance and corrective measures to upgrade security procedures and processes.
  • Assist in development of and implementing various physical and security procedures.
  • Assisted in the development and enforcement security procedures and regulations.
  • Assist school leadership team in developing and implementing security procedures.
  • Prepared and conducted briefings on evaluated security procedures and measures.
  • Conduct operations according to established security procedures and policies.
  • Developed new security procedures and comprehensive contingency plans.
  • Developed numerous skills throughout career in the areas of law enforcement, legal and security procedures, and human relations.
  • Performed search and seizure, prisoner search, basic security procedures, felony and misdemeanor arrests.
  • Instruct citizens as a certified crime prevention officer on security procedures for homes and businesses.
  • Apprehended, searched, and detained people in violation of set security procedures.
  • Enforced military and civilian security procedures within Joint Base Fort Sam Houston.
  • Checked buildings and property following security procedures * Observed public or student gatherings and analyze developments to determine need for action.

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42. Physical Injuries
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  • Render aid to critical incident victims and other persons requiring first aid for physical injuries (letter of commendation).
  • Assess situations; identify and determine if physical injuries have been made and if medical treatment is required.
  • Render aid to accident victims and other persons requiring first aid for physical injuries.
  • Provide medical aid to accident victims and other persons requiring due to physical injuries.
  • Aided accident victims and other persons in need of first aid for physical injuries.
  • Provide aid to accident victims and those requiring first aid for physical injuries.
  • Render first aid to persons requiring first aid for physical injuries.
  • Rendered first aid for physical injuries and summoned necessary support units.

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43. Security Checks
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Here's how Security Checks is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Performed physical security checks and coordinated with base law enforcement to respond to investigations involving thefts or suspicious activities.
  • Performed daily patrol functions that consisted of issuing tickets, writing reports, responding to dispatch, and conducting security checks.
  • Conduct physical security checks of the community based outpatient clinics and report findings to the Chief of Police.
  • Performed security checks on buildings in conjunction with District of Columbia and federal law.
  • Conducted daily foot patrols and security checks to ensure safety of facility and inmates.
  • Conduct security checks of businesses, public buildings, industrial areas and residences.
  • Operate X-RAY and E-scan machines, conduct security checks/sweep of the HOPE DIAMOND.
  • Performed security checks within buildings; responded to incidents sent by dispatch.
  • Patrolled the city, and Performed security checks on buildings and residences.
  • Perform security checks of vacant residences and business within patrol area.
  • Performed various security checks on request on alarms and businesses.
  • Perform security checks of private and public property.
  • Conduct physical security checks to buildings and surroundings.
  • Performed security checks for suspicious persons or vehicles.
  • Conduct security checks on level III facilities.
  • Conduct security checks on homes and businesses.
  • Perform security checks on buildings and residences.
  • Patrolled streets, conducted security checks.
  • Provided a visible deterrent against crime within the university and Community Performed security checks on buildings and residence halls.
  • Respond to calls for service * Performed security checks at business * Patrol City Streets * Transport prisoners to the hospital

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44. Complete Reports
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Here's how Complete Reports is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Conduct preliminary investigations and complete reports.
  • Respond to events of injury or illness, complete reports of arrests, accidents and evidence of property received.
  • Patrol streets, investigate criminal activity, regulate traffic flow, complete reports on computer data base.
  • Investigate all traffic related accidents, complete reports, pursuing and detaining suspects, and making arrests.
  • Respond to calls along with investigate, follow up and complete reports in an efficient matter.
  • Complete reports of arrests, accidents, interviews, and evidence of property received.
  • Prepare clear, accurate and complete reports on any and all activities engaged in.
  • Enforced traffic laws and investigated vehicle collisions, wrote accurate and complete reports.
  • Complete reports on incidents; perform other duties as assigned by supervisors.
  • Respond to calls for service and complete reports as needed.
  • Document observations and actions by radioing information; complete reports.
  • Complete reports of crimes and other police related incidents.
  • Complete reports of arrests, accidents, and interviews.
  • Complete reports and fill out forms regarding incidents.
  • Complete reports and conduct of identification sand arrests.
  • Prepared accurate and complete reports of daily activities.
  • Complete reports required for record keeping.
  • Write accurate and complete reports.
  • Used a desktop computer and word processing software to complete reports on activities performed.
  • Stopped criminal suspects of crimes and rescued natural criminal delict and disaster victims Complete reports and conduct of identifications and arrests.

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45. SGT
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Here's how SGT is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Worked as a street supervisor on the Midnight and Day shifts as a Sgt.
  • Promoted to Warrant Officer, Promoted to Sgt of Patrol.
  • Promoted to road supervisor (Sgt).
  • Worked under the supervision of Sgt.
  • Officer, SRO and acting Sgt.
  • Write Reports, Received Life saving Award (Contact Supervisor: Yes, Supervisor's Name: Sgt.
  • Worked patrol, as well as the Phoenix City Courthouse in a specialty position Supervisor: Sgt.
  • Enforce criminal and traffic laws of State of Alabama Supervise 3 officers in absence of Sgt.
  • Patrol officer, investigator, acting sgt, acting chief, (in absence of chief)
  • Assigned: United States Capitol Police Officer First Responder Unit Supervisor: Sgt.
  • Enforce all state and local laws Supervisor: Sgt.
  • Patrol Officer Dispatch and Desk Sgt.
  • United States Supervisor: Sgt.
  • worked as a foot officer, radio car officer and as a detective prior to being promoted to sgt.
  • Attended a two-week, 10 hours a day training in Bethel lead by Sgt Dekreon.
  • Enforce all City, State, and Federal laws, Community Policing Supervisor-SgT Corey Loftice
  • Letter of appreciation-Camp Oochigeas, for charitable contributions and involvement (Sgt.
  • Lead, and Screener 1990-2000 City of Platte City Police Officer, Sgt, Chief of Police D.A.R.E.
  • Fort Stewart Army Base Hours: 40/week Hinesville, GA Salary: GS05 $29,000 Supervisor: Sgt.
  • Address: 1805 Bladensburg Road N. W. 40 Hours per week Washington DC, 20002 Name of Supervisor: Sgt.

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46. Civil Litigation
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Here's how Civil Litigation is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Assisted Police Department in civil litigation matters.
  • Managed civil litigation and pre-trial court issues.

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47. Radio Calls
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Here's how Radio Calls is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Managed emergency radio calls and formulated reports.
  • Patrolled an assigned area of the city, monitored radio calls, inspected troublesome areas and checked security of business establishments.
  • Safeguarded life and property, handled radio calls, addressed emergency, problems, investigated criminal activity, and resolved problems.
  • Worked field patrol handling radio calls, which included the processing, and handling of arrest of alleged suspects.
  • Answer radio calls for service, investigate crimes and arrest criminals, write reports and enforce traffic laws.
  • Worked road patrol, enforced all Penal Laws and Traffic Laws, and handled all routine radio calls.
  • Respond to radio calls for assistance and documented events and crimes in a precise and thorough manner.
  • Responded to radio calls and investigated complaints, disturbances, collisions and administered first aid in emergencies.
  • Respond to radio calls and requests from the public to assist in emergencies and disputes.
  • Handle radio calls, Make arrests both observational and based upon witness or victim statements.
  • Major Duties were to protect life and property, prepare reports, answer radio calls.
  • Respond to radio calls referred by the dispatcher to take care of different incidents.
  • Answer radio calls and complainants, write incident reports and daily activity reports.
  • Checked daily for law violations, and responded to radio calls and disturbances.
  • Responded to radio calls and reported Situations that were general assistance calls.
  • Responded to radio calls as directed by radio dispatcher or ranking officer.
  • Respond to radio calls investigate complaints, disturbances, and auto collisions.
  • General police patrol including answering police radio calls and instituting crime prevention in high crime areas.
  • Answered radio calls, complaints, and disturbances.
  • Responded to all radio calls regarding citizen's complaints and assistance Narcotics Officer Undercover Narcotics officer assigned to conduct narcotics investigations.

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48. City Limits
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Here's how City Limits is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Participated in several recovery dives for evidence and training dives both within city limits and surrounding communities.
  • Maintain safety and security within city limits.
  • Respond to crashes I70 and on surface streets, investigating and documenting all collisions occurring within city limits.
  • Patrolled a high crime area within the city limits and respond to dispatched calls to enforce State law.
  • Investigate criminal activity Patrol city limits (neighborhood watch) Testify in the court of law
  • Assist other agencies operate within the city limits and within the county when requested.
  • Patrolled city limits, investigated crimes, made arrests, and enforced traffic violations.
  • Patrol city, answer and respond to all calls for service within city limits.
  • Patrol City limits respond to calls for service Medical, Fire, Police
  • Respond to radio runs throughout the city limits and traffic control operations.
  • Patrol officer enforcing local and state laws and ordinances within city limits.
  • Patrol residential and business areas within the city limits of Midway.
  • Patrolled the city limits of the City of Goose Creek.
  • Performed police duties within city limits.
  • Patrol areas in out city limits.
  • Answer calls for service in the city of High Point Investigate criminal activity within the city limits of High Point
  • Protect life and property inside the city limits of the Town of Burnsville.
  • Patrol City limits take reports write tickets amd make arrests.
  • Conducted patrols of the city limits as well as providing safety and security for the commercial businesses and citizens of Marysville.
  • Served and protected the citizens of Tiffin, Ohio Responded to alarms and assisted handling complaints within the City limits.

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49. FTO
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Here's how FTO is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Field Training Officer (FTO) responsible to educate, train, and mentor newly assigned personnel to the police department.
  • Performed duties as Field Training Officer (FTO) training new recruits in the standard operating procedure of the department.
  • Field Training Officer (FTO) responsible for the training of new commissioned park police officers and security officers.
  • Acted as a Field Training Officer (FTO) during the second season at Ocean City.
  • Worked with my FTO to provide a safe environment for the citizens of St. Augustine.
  • Lead Police Officer- Patrol Officer/FTO Lead FTO and overall supervisor of the FTO program.
  • Certified Field Training Officer (FTO): Trained new officers for patrol.
  • Field Training Officer (FTO) Conduct Training with fellow officers and supervisors.
  • Field Training Officer (FTO) Trained, developed and evaluated new Officers.
  • Patrol FTO, Enforces State laws, local ordinances and traffic laws.
  • Worked with other FTO's in revamping department Field Training Program.
  • Field Training Officer (FTO) of probationary police officers.
  • Served as Field Training Officer (FTO) for ten years and as the Training Instructor for 15 years.
  • Field Training Officer (FTO).
  • Completed rigorous police academy over 5 month period and 3 month Field Training Officer (FTO) program.
  • Selected Accomplishments: Trained new police officers as a Field Training Officer (FTO).
  • Commissioned as a TX Law Enforcement Officer Successfully completed Field Training or FTO.
  • worked as a Certified Field Training Officer (FTO).
  • Certified FTO trained in the Sokolove Method.
  • Patrol town answer calls ,FTo training officer dot certified child safety seat tech motor officer certified traffic officer jail duties

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50. Ncic
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Here's how Ncic is used in Police Officer jobs:
  • Worked in life-threatening undercover operations, placing warrant information into the NCIC for wanted criminals.
  • Utilize law enforcement data bases such as the Washington Area Law Enforcement System, NCIC and NLETS to find potential threats.
  • Dispatch personnel, Operate Law Enforcement Agencies Data System (LEADS) and National Crime Information Center (NCIC).
  • Use CCIC and NCIC as well as in house records searches to gain information regarding criminal and suspicious acts.
  • Skilled at using computer databases (NCIC, WALES, III etc) and programs to organize cases.
  • Patrol, investigations, firearms instructor, DARE officer, NCIC TAC officer and community policing unit.
  • Utilized NCIC database to process United States District Court violation notices for minor and administrative offenses.
  • Performed duties as NCIC operator and New Jersey in state crime system (AOCTELE).
  • Assigned as the Terminal Agency Coordinator for the NCIC/WALES system in October 2001.
  • Operated COPS and NCIC terminal to effectively inform patrols of relevant information.
  • Input information into federal databases (METRO, NCIC, SBI/III).
  • Trained on and utilized law enforcement databases that included WALES, NCIC.
  • Conducted investigations using the NCIC and WHALES system.
  • Researched material using local databases and TCIC/NCIC.
  • Experienced in using VCIN/NCIC and obtaining records.
  • Maintained active GA POST/GCIC/NCIC certifications.
  • Background checks were completed by interviewing neighbors, friends, employers, co-workers, and checking criminal histories through NCIC.
  • Licensed to operate and access information from NCIC Worked in Canton City jail, transport prisoners.
  • Conducted preliminary investigations Dispatched Maintained daily computer logs and NCIC terminal
  • Enforced criminal laws and regulations and performed preventative patrols Conducted preliminary investigations Dispatched Maintained daily computer logs and NCIC terminal

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20 Most Common Skills For A Police Officer

Law Enforcement

15.3%

Traffic Laws

13.6%

Public Safety

8.0%

Present Evidence

7.7%

Criminal Acts

7.3%

Crime Scenes

7.2%

Arrest Warrants

6.9%

Emergency Situations

6.7%

Police Department

5.3%

Criminal Investigations

4.3%

State Regulations

2.4%

Firearms

2.2%

Vehicle Patrols

2.1%

Court Hearings

2.0%

Community Outreach

1.8%

Local Laws

1.6%

Incident Reports

1.5%

Issue Citations

1.4%

Traffic Control

1.4%

Federal Regulations

1.4%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Police Officer

Rank Skill
1 Law Enforcement 12.7%
2 Traffic Laws 11.3%
3 Public Safety 6.6%
4 Present Evidence 6.4%
5 Criminal Acts 6.0%
6 Crime Scenes 5.9%
7 Arrest Warrants 5.7%
8 Emergency Situations 5.5%
9 Police Department 4.4%
10 Criminal Investigations 3.5%
11 State Regulations 2.0%
12 Firearms 1.8%
13 Vehicle Patrols 1.8%
14 Court Hearings 1.7%
15 Community Outreach 1.5%
16 Local Laws 1.3%
17 Incident Reports 1.2%
18 Issue Citations 1.2%
19 Traffic Control 1.1%
20 Federal Regulations 1.1%
21 Non-Emergency Calls 1.1%
22 City Ordinances 1.1%
23 Criminal Cases 1.0%
24 Suspicious Persons 0.8%
25 Domestic Violence 0.8%
26 Suspicious Activity 0.8%
27 Appropriate Action 0.7%
28 Document Incidents 0.7%
29 Safety Hazards 0.6%
30 Illegal Activity 0.6%
31 Crowd Control 0.6%
32 Direct Traffic 0.6%
33 New Officers 0.6%
34 CPR 0.6%
35 General Public 0.6%
36 DUI 0.5%
37 Defensive Tactics 0.5%
38 Domestic Disputes 0.5%
39 Special Events 0.5%
40 Statute Violations 0.5%
41 Security Procedures 0.5%
42 Physical Injuries 0.5%
43 Security Checks 0.4%
44 Complete Reports 0.4%
45 SGT 0.4%
46 Civil Litigation 0.4%
47 Radio Calls 0.3%
48 City Limits 0.3%
49 FTO 0.3%
50 Ncic 0.3%
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