As a Jackson Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corp Cadet and Police Explorer, upon acceptance of this scholarship I will be able to contribute to society. How might you ask? Throughout my high school career I was taught the value of serving and protecting the community. “Integrity first, service before self, and excellence in all we do” was the motto taught to me by the AF Jr. ROTC program . “Class two line of blue law enforcement through and through” was the motto taught to be by the Youth police academy. These motto’s reflect everything that I stand for, everything that I believe in. That if I was ever to gained the privilege of
Through experiencing social injustices, and making myself more culturally aware of inequality amongst social classes, I believe I have cultivated the leadership skills necessary for success. My willingness to reach out to the environment beyond me has exposed me to a career path that excites me and is my true passion. I plan to take action to improve the lives of the defenseless and those who are politically and socially disadvantaged. Through utilizing what I have learned by dedicating my time to service I know that I will truly make an impact on the lives of the helpless. During my years attending university I plan to continue a rigorous course load focused on a career path that truly intrigues me. I also plan on continuing to dedicate my free time to service and philanthropy. Overall, I have dedicated my high school career to becoming a leader in and out of the classroom. I hope that by attending University of Texas-Austin I will be able to utilize the resources provided to become a leader prepared to make worldwide change, continue on a path of academic achievement, and create a successful future not only for myself, but for those in generations to come as
For consideration as a Lieutenant within the Intelligence & Analysis Crime Unit, Regional Operations & Intelligence Center. my experience of supervision, dealing with outside vendors and ability to manage complex data systems would make me a good fit for the Intelligence & Analysis Crime Unit. Used by the NJSP
I am a highly committed, loyal, enthusiastic, hard-working and persevering individual. I enjoy physical and mental tasks that challenge me and encourage me to handle an out of the box approach. For the Youth In Policing Summer Initiative, I will bring my strong communication skills, my ability to work independently and within a team environment, my active and outgoing personality along with my willingness to learn and provide a valuable service to our
4. I think it would be a great service for my country. I chose to further my education in the classroom and obtain my bachelors in criminal justice.
My work experience as a human services worker has developed in me a deep passion for liberty and justice. Later this month, I will graduate from SUNY Empire State with a Master's Degree in Social Policy. I enjoy doing research, and I am very adept at understanding and working with technology. I have the ability to teach and train others, both in a one-on-one and in a group
For the past 2 years I have been part of the San Francisco Police Activities League as a Cadet. As a Cadet I’ve had many opportunities that I never thought I would have. We, Cadets, help the San Francisco Police Department with any assistance they need in big Bay Area events or fundraising. I’ve gotten the chance to also meet the Chief of Police, Greg Suhr, and now Retired Deputy Chief, Lyn Tomioka. Never in my life did I think I would have the wonderful and honorable opportunity to meet 2 excellent people and many more amazing Officers. In the 2 years, I was awarded a Certificate of Appreciation by Chief Suhr for the work I’ve done as a PAL Cadet.
I am writing in regard to the current opening for the position of Deputy Prosecuting Attorney within the Kitsap County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office. It has always been my belief that it is a great privilege and very rewarding to work in public service. The Criminal Division in the Prosecuting Attorney’s
Lieutenant FOSTER, Please accept this letter as my official request to participate in the selection process for the position of Detective within the Special Operations Division. I feel THAT I would become an asset to the Special Operations Bureau as a dedicated member of the Cochise County Sheriff’s Office
My main focus for making this program is to become part of law enforcement and help protect the people that I will serve. I think I am fit for this program because I am athletic, intelligent, and outgoing. I always try to make the right decision and look out for my fellow peers. My father is apart of law enforcement and I look up to what he does which peaked my interest into law enforcement. As I watch a cop car go by I always imagined what it would be like to be that officer. Every year, my family and I go to the National Night Out when my town hosts it and our neighboring town, Manalapan. They have all types of law enforcement, DEA, K-9 unit, sheriffs, and police officers that participate and demonstrate what it would be like to be one of
and I would like to contribute my abilities to the U.S. Army as a Criminal Investigation Special
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to score the winning touchdown, the walkoff home run, the game winning goal, or even the basket that won you the game? I haven’t done all of these, but I have had the privilege to do a couple of them. The things that have helped me with my athletic ability has been the teammates and coaches, the work ethic that I have and my family. Having the athletic ability that I have today, is shaping who I will be in the future.
Hello! My name is Lucia Valenzuela, I was born in Yuma but lived in Marina, California for a short period of time. I am 20 years old and graduated from Cibola High School. I always knew I wanted to obtain a degree in Criminal Justice so that's what I'm doing now along with Biology. I aspire to become a Forensic Serologist or Blood Splatter Analyst but my backup plan is Border Patrol
I am a motivated individual, with a strong a will to succeed and would describe myself as community minded. I have an interest in social justice, administrative justice but most of all a passionate dislike for inequality. I seek an opportunity to work in a field that will enable me to pursue justice.
English novelist, Thomas Hardy, said, “Good business leaders create a vision, articulate the vision, passionately own the vision, and relentlessly drive it to completion” (quotesgram.com). The organization I currently work for has placed a career path ahead of me filled with great personal and professional opportunity, however it will be a new road for me with a steep learning curve. The article, Social Organizations by Robert Prodanciuc highlights bureaucracy and organizational development, leadership, and employee development as they hey areas I have also come to recognize as the challenges I will face while achieving organizational goals and motivating and leading employees.