Cody Wagner

  • Duluth US-MN
Cody Wagner

Law Enforcement Certificates



First Responder

Firearm training

Trained in the use of various firearms.

600 hours of Enhanced LE Skills

Training included: Property Crimes Investigation, Ethics in Law Enforcement, Crime Scene Investigation, Arson Investigations, Building Searches, Medical Examiner Protocol, Crash Investigations, Dealing with the Mentally Ill, Homeland Security Training, Sex Crimes investigations, Courtroom Testimony, Arrest/Defensive Tactics, Report Writing, Critical Incident Management, Traffic Stops, Radar Operations, and Radio Procedures.

Field Related Experience

  • Disciplined leader with the proven ability to remain calm and deliver results in high-pressure situations
  • Able to excel at problem solving utilizing available resources
  • Trustworthy in handling sensitive information
  • Capacity to assist diverse populations with compassion, patience, and understanding
  • Skilled at resolving conflicts and diffusing hostility amidst adversity

Work experience

Work experience
2011 - Present

Behavioral Specialist/Charge Staff

TBI Residential & Community Services

  • Maintain sterile & safe environments
  • Redirect crisis situations and retain control
  • Responsible for client & house financials
  • Act as primary contact for employees regarding questions related to behavior plans
  • Enhance clients' lives through innovative enrichment, community activities, and cognitive rehabilitation
  • Work well in team setting to ensure quality care is provided and safety is upheld
2006 - May 2012

Customer Service

Papa Murphys Pizza

  • Demonstrated leadership through efficiently resolving customers' problems regarding purchase transactions
  • Drove sales through promotions
  • Cash management
  • Multi-tasking under time constraints
  • Worked efficiently in a team
2009 - 2011

Behavioral Specialist

Innovative Living

  • Multiple client care, dealing with individuals that have mental illnesses
  • Medication trained
  • Trained in PRT (Personal Restraint Technique)
  • Cook meals, prepare daily routines
  • Attend meetings
  • Trained in redirection techniques used to de-escalate crisis situations
  • Enrich clients' lives through collaboration in the community and activities that promote independence
  • Effectively work within the client care team to provide safe and quality care to enhance clients' lives


Aug 2008 - Jul 2011

Associate of Science

Fond du lac Tribal & Community College



PPCT Defensive Tactics


Standardized Field Sobriety Testing


Initial Response to Hazardous Materials - Basic Concepts

Aug 2011 - Present

POST Licensure

MN Post Board