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"If opportunity doesn't knock, build a door." -Milton Berle


I am Morgan Gunderson. Welcome to my E Portfolio. Here you will find my professional and educational experience. I encourage you to get to know be my taking a look at my personal accomplishments and goals for the future! 

Mission, Vision, and Values


"I am a motivated and passionate person who strives to be known as loyal and dedicated. Through hard work and with determination, I know serving in a rewarding law enforcement career is possible. I want to use my skills, abilities, and talents to serve my community in a positive and professional way."


" I have committed to follow a high set of standards and morals set out for myself. I want to display empathy, honesty and integrity in hopes to earn respect from all people I come in contact with. I believe that through exemplifying compassion with authority, there is possibility of making a positive difference in a law enforcement career." 


" I always strive to make my values known in the way I live each day. Respect, honesty, and integrity are all traits I want to display."


Short Term Goals 

Receive my Criminal Justice Diploma by spring of 2016

Compete at a national level with the Lethbridge College men's basketball team

Travel somewhere I have not yet been

Long Term Goals

A career as a Police Officer

Coach basketball

Start a youth wellness program

Resume & Cover Letter


Sep 2013Apr 2016

Criminal Justice Studies- Policing Diploma

Lethbridge College

Expected graduation April 2016

Knowledge/Skills gained:

Developed effective communication techniques

Increased awareness of ethics and diversity in law enforcement

Demonstrated understanding of Canadian criminal law

Sep 2008Jun 2010

High School Diploma

Lethbridge Collegiate Institute

Work History


Lethbridge Correctional Centre

Casual Peace Officer

Knowledge/Skills gained:

 Maintained control and custody of offenders

Responded to emergency codes within the centre

Filed incident reports, violations and internal charges

Used training techniques and responses to safely handle aggressive individuals

Managed up to 70 offenders in a unit

Jun 2013Aug 2013

Fort Museum, Fort Macleod, Alberta

Ride Coordinator

Knowledge/Skills gained:

 Supervised 12 members of the mounted musical patrol

Enforced management rules and policy to ensure a safe work environment

Assisted in hiring and training new employees

Organized and kept record of veterinary documents

Responsible for decisions regarding the health and safety of each horse


Fort Macleod Hospital

Security guard

Knowledge/Skills gained:

Secured doors, activated alarms and patrolled buildings

Assisted RCMP with belligerent and uncooperative individuals

Practised effective communication skills