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Work experience

Aug 2014Present

Unpaid Volunteer

Piedmont Court Service
  • Work 9 to 12 hours per week
  • Prepare monthly progress reports to send to other agencies
  • Observe and document General District and Circuit Court proceedings
  • Input client demographic information
  • Conduct alcohol and drug screens
  • Conduct unsupervised office visits and intakes
  • Prepare request for Show Causes and Capias
  • Contact regional Jails to locate clients
Jul 2013Present

Resident Assistant

Longwood University Residential and Commuter Life
  • Manage a residence hall floor of 45 undergraduate students
  • Develop and execute educational programs for all university students
  • Conduct health and safety check to ensure compliance with University Policy
  • Mediated conflicts to reach compromising solutions amongst residents
  • Supervise a building of 450 residents up to three nights a week from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m.
  • Develop programs to build community and assist residents with issues
  • Document situations involving policy violations
  • Accurately and professionally report incidents in writing and orally to University Conduct Board
Jun 2014Aug 2014

Intern

Riverside Criminal Justice Agency (RCJA)
  • Prepare monthly progress reports to be sent to other agencies
  • Observe and document General District and Circuit Court proceedings
  • Input data regarding clients demographic information
  • Conduct alcohol and drug screens
  • Conduct unsupervised office visits and intakes with clients on pretrial supervision
  • Prepare requests for a Show Cause and Capias
  • Contact regional jails to locate clients
  • Document topics discussed during office visits
Jun 2013Jul 2013

Intern

United States Marshals Service
  • Communicated with Federal Judges, U.S. Attorney’s Office, U.S. Probation Office, and other agencies
  • Accurately provided data entry services in Prisoner Tracking System in support of operations
  • Assisted the Executive Assistant to the United States Marshal in preparing for the deputy initiation ceremony
  • Prepared and ensured active parole violator packets are complete and stored for future use
  • Prepared prisoner transportation accommodations from D.C. Jail prior to release date
  • Utilized parole violator packets to communicate warrants to be executed by warrants unit
  • Gained perspective and understanding of federal court proceedings by attending cases at various stages

Education

Aug 2011May 2015

Bachelors of Science in Criminal Justice/Criminology and Psychology

Longwood University

Will Graduate in May 2015

Criminal Justice/Criminology Course Examples

  • Juvenile Delinquency
  • Criminological Theory
  • Constitutional Law for the Criminal Justice Professional
  • Administrative Issues in the Criminal Justice System

Psychology Course Examples

  • Biopsychology
  • Theories of Personality
  • Social Psychology
  • Adult and Adolescent Psychology

Honors and Awards

  • Alpha Phi Sigma Criminal Justice Honors Society
  • Psi Chi Psychology Honors Society
  • National Society of Leadership and Success

References

Dr. Sarai Blincoe Assistant Professor of Psychology at Longwood University

[email protected] (434)395-2822

Justin Gigli Pretrial Officer at Riverside Criminal Justice Agency

[email protected] (804)733-2760

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