Assistant Station Commander Of Hope Station

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In response to the current vacancy announcement for Sergeant First Class, I respectfully request consideration for assignment as Assistant Station Commander of Hope Station. In my 17 years of dedicated service, I have gained the experience that accurately represents my comprehension of supervisory principles. The attributes I possess, in addition to my experience, adaptability, leadership qualities, and assignment history, are essential to succeed at the next level of supervision. It is my goal to advance in rank and further my career in a higher leadership role. My job-related knowledge and skills include more than16 years of Field Operations exposure at various stations throughout Troop B and Troop E Bloomfield Station. My diverse…show more content…
An example of my abilities to provide supervision during a significant event was demonstrated on March 13, 2010. As the Patrol Supervisor at Perryville Station, I responded to the report of a suicidal male attempting to jump from a bridge in the Town of Phillipsburg. The distressed subject was hanging from the bridge railing, threatening to jump into the Delaware River. Upon arriving on the scene in a supervisory role, I established Incident Command. I then coordinated various local and State Police resources to respond and assist. Finally, I provided real-time updates to my commanders on the progress during this encounter. The details of this incident are associated with CAD # B110/2010-1017936 and Fact Briefing # B110/2010-00047Q.
In my role as a Squad Leader and Patrol Supervisor, I have effectively supervised numerous PC and RAS consent searches. An example of my on-scene supervisory skills can be found during the course of a motor vehicle stop, resulting in a consent search on January 6, 2012, while assigned to Totowa Station. Upon arriving on the scene in a supervisory role, I granted a subordinate’s request to present the driver of a motor vehicle with a Consent to Search form. The consent was granted, and a search of the vehicle was positive for suspected marijuana and paraphernalia. The details of this incident can be found in Motor
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