|Jeremy |— Firearms Safety & Handling |
|Jeremy W. Wilson |17 N. Ridgeview, Apt. #472 ( Sometown, CA 90000 | | |(555) 555-5555 ( [email protected] com | |Profile |Decorated police officer transitioning from the US Marine Corps Military Police (MP) to civilian law enforcement — tour of | | |duty ends December 2009.
Highly motivated to leverage five years of achievements during MP career to provide dedicated | | |service for a city or county police department. Qualifications include a pending BA in criminal justice (currently completing| | |final semester); comprehensive field training; and extensive experience in safety patrol, security details, undercover | | |investigations and public-service activities. | Key Skills |— Law Enforcement & Public Safety |— Crime Prevention |— Counterterrorism Strategies | | |— Emergency Planning & Response |— Traffic Patrol |— Firearms Safety & Handling | | |— Security/Surveillance Operations |— Evidence Collection |— Interviews & Interrogations | | |— Criminal Investigations |— Defensive Tactics |— Crime Scene Management | Experience |us marine corps — Current Assignment: Camp Pendleton / Previous Deployment: Iraq | | |Military Police Officer, 12/04 to Present | | |Awarded MP position at the culmination of 12-week basic training and an additional 12 weeks of intensive, specialized MP | | |training. Currently serve as a Military Police officer protecting lives and property, patrolling military base and preserving| | |law and order at Camp Pendleton USMC Base.Previously supported battlefield operations and provided area/convoy security | | |during overseas assignment in Iraq (Operation Iraqi Freedom). | |Key Results: |Earned consistent commendations for devotion to duty with citations for excellence in rapidly resolving crisis situations, | | |upholding law and order, relating effectively with culturally diverse populations and protecting property and lives.
| | |Fulfilled a range of MP duties for both combat and peacekeeping missions.Gained proficiencies and experience in: traffic | | |accident first-responder/investigations, police patrol, ticket/report writing, felony traffic stops, search and seizures, | | |criminal investigations and suspect interviewing/fingerprinting/processing. | | |Selected for elite security details providing dignitary protection for visiting generals, members of Congress and other | | |high-ranking officials.
| |Infiltrated illegal drug ring operating on base and participated in undercover surveillance and “sting” operation leading to | | |the arrest, prosecution and incarceration of guilty parties. | |Recognition & Awards |Honored with three USMC Commendation Medals for heroic/life-saving acts of bravery (2005/2007), Good Conduct Medal (2009) and| | |Combat Action Badge (2007). | |Earned Expert Marksman Awards in both small arms and assault weapons. | | |Graduated #3 in MP class, earning honors in marksmanship, mastery of the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ), patrol | | |procedures and physical fitness. | |Education & Credentials |Sometown STATE UNIVERSITY — Sometown, CA | | |BA in Criminal Justice Candidate — Degree Expected: 12/09 / Current GPA: 3.
| | | | | |sometown high school — Sometown, MI | | |High School Diploma, 6/04 | |Certifications |Certified in first aid/CPR, traffic accident investigations, preliminary breath test (PBT) and Intoxilyzar 5000, and | |& Clearances: |handcuffing/flexi-cuff procedures | | |Weapons certifications: MP 9mm pistol, M4 carbine, 12-gauge shotgun, Taser X26/M26 | | |Secret Security Clearance | |MP Training Highlights: |— Security Police Tactics |— Weapons Handling |— Urban Area Force Protection | | |— Criminal Investigations |— Levels of Force |— Personal Security Detail | | |— Situational Training |— Civil Disturbance |— Conflict Management |