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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


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


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. 









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


Dave Freeborn - Coach


John Hammon - Manager


Rick Galley - Coach


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



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


Cover Letter

Winning Esso as Captain

Hockey Team

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


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


-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


-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


Able to lead in a team environment
Growing up playing hockey, I was often voted as either a captain or assistant captain of my team. The votes were done by my teammates and had to be approved by the coaches.
Able to assess and solve problems in a timely and efficient manner
While working as a maintenance worker at Heritage Pointe, I had to finish my task in time to be off the course before the golfers started. This meant if I ran into any problems, I was forced to deal with them as quickly and efficiently as possible. Not once did I have a problem with being in the way of golfers.
Able to remain calm and act in a professional manner when under pressure
I learned this skill throughout all my previous jobs and experiences, but I feel that during my time as a referee I was really able to develop this skill. Every game a referee is under pressure from both teams players, coaches, and fans to call the game as fairly as possible.

Hobbies and Interests



-Banjo and Guitar



Certifications and Accomplishments

Esso Minor Hockey Week Champions

Hockey Calgary
As the captain of my team, we won the largest minor hockey tournament in North America.

Forklift Operator Training

While working at Superstore I was required to take and complete an 8 hour course that trained me to use the forklift machine at the store.