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Jul 2011Sep 2011

General labour

Asiil Enterprises Ltd.

My tasks included:

Manual  labour, stocking inventory, laying conduit, and customer service

I also assisted  journeymen and apprentices  with repairs on houses and commercial buildings. I would also jackhammer up sidewalks and parking lots, in order to gain access to wires, if the group I was working with was unable to dig a hole with shovels.

Hired by Jack Lang, owner of Asiil Enterprises Ltd.


Not only was Jack Lang my boss, he is a family friend. His wife worked with my mother for years at the Victoria hospital in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. They worked together until Asiil Enterprises Ltd. really took off and the business grew. Jack and his wife have both known me since childhood.

May 2010Jul 2011


Great Western Coffee Co. Ltd.

All coffee beans are roasted in store and served within days of roasting for maximum flavour. There is also a focus on using local products ans providing a friendly casual atmosphere. 

My tasks included:

Inventory, customer service, barista, cashier, and cleaning.

Hired by Keith Bird, owner of Great Western Coffee Co.


Jun 2008Jun 2011

Casual Labour

Carlton Comprehensive High School

Hired by Dawn Kilmer


I was hired through my dad being a staff member at the school, and being a computer teacher.

My tasks included:

  • Locker Maintenance, Inventory, and Assignment in Computer System
  • Computer dis-assembly, moving, and reorganization ofcomputer stations


Sep 2011Present

Criminal Justice - Diploma

Lethbridge College

I am in my first year of my Criminal Justice Policing - Diploma.

The Criminal Justice Policing Program is an intensive, two-year diploma. The program will give me the skills and knowledge I need to make an impact in this vital career field. I learn from qualified instructors with real policing experience, covering topics ranging from criminal and procedural law to interpersonal skills and criminology. I also gain valuable experience in learning about interviewing, courtroom procedures, conflict management, and investigative techniques.

The diploma program will give me the tools I need to be a vital presence in the community, truly changing lives. Upon successful completion of the program, I will have a solid foundation in the areas of:

  • criminal and procedural law
  • the criminal justice system
  • ethics, diversity and interpersonal skills.
  • healthy lifestyles and fitness
  • report writing and note taking
  • conflict management
  • investigative techniques.
Aug 2008Jun 2011

High School Diploma

Carlton Comprehensive High School
  • Honour Roll In Each Semester
  • Graduated in June 2011 with honours with great distinction
  • Information Processing Credit
  • Member of Wrestling Team in Grade 9
  • Member of Junior Football Team in Grades 9 and 10, assisted in coaching Jr. Football Team 2009, and playedfor the Senior Football team in 2011
  • Represented North East Division at National Science Fair in Ottawa 2008
  • Volunteer as Minor Official for Basketball, Football and Track and Field Events


Written Communication
Through the courses I am taking in college, I am constantly refining writing skills towards a law enforcement career. I am also constantly improving those skills with every paper I hand in.
Social Media
I am an avid, and knowledgeable, user of both Twitter and Facebook.
I have a wide range of computer skills that I am very proficient at; these include Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint, and Microsoft Outlook.
I am able to differentiate between restricted and non-restricted firearms. I have knowledge and experience with a variety of weapon, and proper handling of rifles, shotguns, and handguns.  
CPR and AED, Level C
I have been trained as a first responder to emergency situations. I am knowledgeable in the steps to take until the Emergency Medical Staff are present.
Verbal Communication
I am able to effectively communicate with people in many situations, including those under high stress, and am generally able to diffuse hostile situations.


Michele Whippler

Michele Whippler works with myfather at my high school. Shetaught me English in my gradetwelve year. She also watched meduring my high school years on thefootball field, as she usuallycame to all of the games.

Dawn Kilmer

Dawn Kilmer was my high school principal, as well as a employer when I worked at Carlton Comprehensive High School. She has known my father for many years, as well as worked with him. She has known me since I was a child.


My name is Ian Pannell, and I am from Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. I am currently a first year student in the Criminal Justice Policing Program at Lethbridge College. My long term goals include graduating Lethbridge College with a Criminal Justice Policing Diploma, and becoming a member of the Saskatoon Police Service



My interests include:

  • Big and Small Game hunting
  • Rifle and Archery hunting and shooting
    • Member of 2008 Summer Games Team for Archery
    • Have been a Memberof Saskatchewan High Performance Program For Archery
  • Target shooting
  • Computers
  • Fitness
  • Wrestling

  • Football


Feb 2012Aug 2017

Firearms Licence

Chief Firearms Officer of Saskatchewan
Aug 2011Aug 2014

Driver's Licence

Dec 2010Dec 2011

Heartsaver AED, Level C

Heart & Stroke Foundation