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Crime Scene Analysis │ Law Enforcement

Highly educated, analytical and certified Crime Scene Analyst and Forensic Technician, with a Masters Degree in Forensic Psychology, and a Bachelors Degree in Criminal Justice, seek to begin career as a Crime Scene Analysis in Law Enforcement. Capable of critical examination of crime scene, gathering evidence, and documenting evidence placement at the crime scene, with photographs and/or detailed documentation. Prepare all evidence for transport and verify “chain of custody” is adhered.

EDUCATION / CERTIFICATION

M.A., Forensic Psychology—Argosy University, Phoenix, AZ 2010
B.S., Criminal Justice—Colorado Technical University, Colorado Springs, CO 2007
A.A., Forensic Technology—Grossmont Community College, El Cajon, CA 2008

Certified Forensic Technician 2008
Advanced Fingerprint Identification Certification 2007
Certified in Shelter Operations (Disaster/Shelter Relief) 2006

RELEVANT PROJECT EXPERIENCE
Smoking Survey Task Force Member
 Surveyed numerous students at 2 campus locations to determine habits and preferences of areas. Survey allowed campuses to achieve their goals of upgrading to designated smoking areas in 2008 and smoke-free in 2009.
Fingerprinting Techniques Research
 Conducted research to determine which fingerprinting and photographing techniques would work when presented with advanced environmental conditions.
Instructional Guide on Blood Spatter Analysis
 Developed and presented speech and demonstration on identification and analyses of various blood spatter patterns.
Instructional Guide on Identification Kit Importance and Use
 Discussed how to create and preserve child identification kit, and provided explanation kit materials including DNA sample, updated photo, dental records, fingerprints, and shoe impressions.
Treatment Method Research
 Examined cognitive behavioral and reality-based treatments on sex offenders and effectiveness on recidivism rates. Concluded that reality-based therapy was most effective on first-time offenders and cognitive behavioral therapy was effective for general sex offenders, with recidivism rate of less than 30%.

VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE
Onslow County Family Court, Guardian ad Litem, Fourth Judicial District 2009 to 2010
 Conducted in-home visits; observed environment and provided recommendations for the court.
Intern – San Diego Police Department Unit 290 2006 to 2007
 Processed registered sex offenders in San Diego County. Obtained updated photographs, fingerprints, and DNA samples from offenders. Awarded “Certificate of Appreciation” from the station.
Volunteer – Camp Pendleton American Red Cross 2006 to 2007
 Provided moral support and transportation for patients.
Volunteer – United Services Organization 2005 to 2006
 Awarded “Certificate of Recognition” for volunteer work.
Volunteer – Communities Against Substance Abuse (CASA) 2005 to 2006
 Collaborated with local youth advocate volunteers in tobacco and alcohol sting operations.

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