Tutor profile: William C.
Experienced Detective & Crime Scene Technician
I have been a Police Officer for 16 years. I have worked as a Patrol Officer, Field Training Officer, Crime Scene Technician, and Detective Working in these roles has given me experience in different areas of policing and the criminal justice system. In my role as a detective, I have investigated homicides, crimes against children, and violent assaults. Most of my career in investigations have focused on white-collar crimes. Including, sweetheart scams, embezzlement, credit card/check frauds, identity thefts, account takeovers and, scams...
I have had the pleasure of training fellow officers in investigative techniques, crime scene processing techniques, and evidence collection. Annually, I lead training in these areas for my police department. I also enjoy presenting to citizens on different aspects of policing. Each year, my agency holds a Citizens Academy and Teachers Academy. The goal of these academies is to give the average person a glimpse of what our officers do daily. I contribute by presenting on crime scene processing and investigative techniques. I get to show...
University of Minnesota
2018 - 2019
Thomas Edison State College
2007 - 2008
MN Police Department, Detective/Crime Scene Technician
2010 - Present
• Investigate burglary cases, thefts, frauds, criminal sexual conduct, domestic violence, suspicious deaths, and homicides. • Investigate elaborate identity theft rings that include cloned credit cards, account takeovers, and fake identities. • Locate and interview witnesses, victims, and suspects to build evidence in a criminal investigation. • Assist the County Attorney’s Office in preparing cases for prosecution by: • Gathering additional evidence when needed. • Providing courtroom testimony. • Composing and executing search...
NJ Police Department, Patrol Officer
2004 - 2010
• Patrolled assigned areas of the Township on multiple shifts. • Answered calls for service when requested. • Conducted proactive/reactive patrol. • Interviewed suspects, victims, and witnesses, and prepared initial reports. • Traffic enforcement.
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