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Introduction

Welcome to my ePortfolio. Here you will find a collection of my past work, volunteer, and educational experiences. You will also learn about my goals, values, and beliefs. 

Mission, Vision, and Values

Mission:

My mission is to represent my community in an honourable and respectable way as a member of the law enforcement community. 

Vision:

My vision is to eliminate crime in my community to create a safe and comfortable environment for the people of my community to live in. 

Values:

-Honesty

-Integrity

-Loyalty

-Teamwork

-Courage

-Pride

Goals

Short-term Goals:

-To obtain a diploma in Criminal Justice - Policing from Lethbridge College

-To achieve a weight of 190 pounds through working out at the gym

-To obtain a summer job for the 2015 summer between my third and fourth semesters

Long-term Goals

-To be hired on by a municipal police service

-To become a school resource officer once hired

-To go back to university to obtain my degree in Criminal Justice whether hired or not

References

Dave Freeborn - Coach

403-201-1999

John Hammon - Manager

403-863-2646

Rick Galley - Coach

403-454-0120

Work experience

May 2014Sep 2014

Maintenance Worker

Heritage Pointe Golf Club

-Learned time management by having to have tasks completed before golfers started

-Learned to work independently and without constant supervision

-Demonstrated punctuality due to a strict and early start time

Nov 2012Jan 2014

General Services Clerk

The Real Canadian Superstore

-Dealt with many customers and coworkers who were not fluent in English

-Demonstrated the ability to follow orders

-Worked both day and night shifts without problem

20072012

Referee

Hockey Alberta

-Able to deal with people who are upset and angry in a calm and respectful manner

-Was able to show my ability to use discretion when calling penalties

-Able to work effectively in a position of authority

Resume

Cover Letter

Winning Esso as Captain

Hockey Team

Me as a Goalie in the Hockey Program (Back Row)

Education

High School Diploma

Bishop O'Byrne High School

Open Studies

Mount Royal University

-Learned how to study effectively and how to organize and manage my work

Criminal Justice - Policing Diploma

Lethbridge College

-Learned how to deal with people with disabilities and people from all different cultures

-Learned how to act ethically and morally

-Learned how to read and interpret the criminal code and how to apply different laws

 

Volunteer Experience

Coaching Hockey for Multiple Organizations

2007-Present

-Coached my younger sister’s team for 4 years

-Helped with Shaw Meadows Hockey Association’s conditioning camps

-Helped my dad with his 3on3 camps

Volunteered as Goalie at Bishop O'Byrne Hockey Program

2013

-Played goalie early mornings for Bishop O'Byrne hockey program when they needed extra goalies

-Did this after I had graduated from Bishop O'Byrne