JESSE KENDALL 123 Elm Street • Miami, FL 33183
firstname.lastname@example.org Home: 305-555-5555 • Cell: 305-444-4444
Impressive track record in gathering intelligence, investigating crimes, and responding to emergencies. Highly skilled
in formulating plans, resolving problems, organizing resources, and working with other agencies and law enforcement
personnel to solve crimes and exceed organizational goals. Possess criminal justice educational background with
extensive knowledge of laws, legal codes, court procedures, precedents, and government regulations.
SUCCESS IN CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION
Criminal Investigator – Violent Crimes Division, ABC County Sheriff’s Office, Miami, FL, 20xx to Present
Present written and verbal reports to the Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office for the determination of merit for
prosecution. Coordinate with Federal Criminal Investigators on a routine basis. Write and execute search warrants;
present affidavits to the Magistrate. Hold position as a Primary Sniper/Observer. Formerly assigned to general details
involving fraud, embezzlement, larceny, and burglary with a caseload of approximately 40 to 50.
Key Contributions & Results:
Served as the department’s Subject Matter Expert in the areas of identification, documentation, collection,
preservation, storage, and laboratory submission of physical evidence.
Taught complex concepts to post academy deputies at the Rappahannock Area Criminal Justice Academy.
Criminal Investigator – US Army Criminal Investigative Command, Washington DC, 20xx to 20xx
Investigated felony crimes and sensitive incidents in the Washington, DC, area in support of the Army. Selected for the
Meritorious Service Medal (MSM) for outstanding work. Recipient of the Army Achievement Medal.
Key Contributions & Results:
Implemented a physical fitness training program for office agents, which resulted in a 100% passing rate on
annual physical fitness tests.
Reviewed and analyzed initial complaints to verify violations to the US Code, the Uniformed Code of Military
Justice, and various infractions of state laws.
Supervised the processing of crime scenes related to general, drug, and computer violations. Contributed to
identifying, processing, and recovering physical evidence during investigations.
Interviewed and interrogated suspects, witnesses, and victims to determine elements of a crime. Collaborated
with high-ranking military officials, installation commanders, and heads of local and federal law enforcement
agencies, and prosecuting attorneys.
Planned and performed crime prevention surveys to identify crime-conducive conditions, and reported
recommendations to local directors.
EDUCATION & SKILLS
Criminal Justice Professional Certification, XYZ STATE POLICE ACADEMY
Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice, XYZ COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Certification, REID SCHOOL OF INTERVIEWING
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