Police Chief Resume

Work Experience

Juliet County – Juliet, GA (2012 to Present)
Police Chief

  • Advise government on development of national, regional and international policies relating to activities of national security
  • Develop and direct implementation of departmental policies, standards, programs, procedures, rules, regulations and instructions in order to facilitate achievement of departmental objectives.
  • Determine staffing levels and projected funds required to implement policies and programs in order to facilitate efficient and effective use of departments’ resources.
  • Plan, organize and direct management of departments’ human resource in order to improve management of personnel.
  • Plan, direct and coordinate all departmental operations.
  • Plan, organize, direct and coordinate all activities to ensuring internal state security.
  • Conduct public relations and liaison activities in order to solicit cooperation in achieving departmental objectivities.
  • Ensure effective execution of performance management functions of the department.
  • Head community outreach groups and train and lecture youth.

Shelby Police Department – Shelby, GA (2001 to 2012)
Police Chief

  • Managed a police force of 70 sworn officers and 25 civilian staff members. Oversaw an annual budget of $14 million dollars.
  • Implemented an 800 MHz radio system; the first agency in the state to do so
  • Formed a successful narcotics team resulting in over $500,000 in forfeiture monies and the largest marijuana bust in years in the tri-county area (46 bales).
  • Increased sworn personnel by twenty percent (20%).
  • Recognized as one of the safest communities in the country with a population under 100,000.
  • Refined processes and systems within the department, producing a $15 million reserve fund.
  • Started a Police Chaplain Program.
  • Started an Honor Guard Team.
  • Project manager for a new 18,000 sq. ft. police building.
  • Project coordinator for the renovation of the old police building into a training facility.

Mason City Police – Mason City, IL (1996 to 2001)
Police Chief

  • Replaced old software to update records management.
  • Set up new inventory control system on evidence.
  • Standardized 12 hour work schedule.
  • Working with police committee to setup new budget procedures
  • Brought D.A.R.E. back to grade schools
  • Setup bike safety program for grade schools
  • Re-connected Police, Fire, and Ambulance Departments
  • Set up first “All Hazard” incident command emergency drill held at High School, with cooperation of the School Superintendent and teachers
  • Set up non-profit Teen Center for special use programs
  • Revised standard operations procedures manual


Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Behavior – Western International University