Andrew Smith

287 Custer Street, Hopewell, PA 00000
[email protected]
(000) 000-0000

Professional Summary

As a 20 year veteran of the Detroit Police Department, I bring not only years of street experience (customer relations skills) but now as a Detective, I bring the additional knowledge of being able to direct investigations and preparing cases for presentation to different entities.  
I also bring communication skills in being able to maintain relationships with department personnel and other law enforcement agencies.

Employment history

Detective, Gerlach, Lockman and Pfannerstill. Hagenesfurt, Ohio
Oct. 2019 – Present
  • Interview complainants and witnesses
  • Interrogate prisoners
  • Write reports of all findings and file them appropriately
  • Provide the proper legal documentation to ensure all searches and bookings were done according to the Law
  • Prepare proper documentation for Court appearances

Police Officer, Mills-Schinner. Schaeferburgh, Oregon
Oct. 2015 – Aug. 2016
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  • Enforced traffic laws and issued tickets
  • Trained new recruits 
  • Supported Fire and EMS in emergency situations
  • Responded to emergency situations and ensured the safety of civilians
  • Provided security at public and community events
  • Performed routine security checks
  • Monitored suspicious activity and take appropriate action

Police Officer, Carter-Herman. Fisherville, Virginia
Dec. 2009 – Dec. 2011
  • Answered calls and responded to emergency situations
  • Conduct security and surveillance
  • Responded to emergency situations and ensure the safety of civilians
  • Monitored suspicious activity and take appropriate action
  • Perform arrests
  • Provide security at public and community events

Police Officer, Schuster, Ernser and Cremin. Jeanetown, Indiana
Feb. 2001 – May. 2001
  • Enforced City and State ordinances and laws
  • Supported Fire and EMS Departments in emergency situations
  • Investigated crimes and prepared reports


West Idaho Academy, New Dickfort, Maine
Associate of Arts, Law Enforcement Administration, Jan. 1981


Able to manage crisis

Proficient in new investigative technology and training

Executive Protection Training

Barricaded Gunman Training

Mobile Field Force Training

Interrogation Training


  • Major Crimes Detective responsible as a case manager for major criminal cases(Investigation, interviews, collection of evidence, case presentation to Prosecutor).
  •  Acting supervisor (Sgt)
  • Member of the Snohomish County Multiple Agency response Team (Officer involved incidents), Child abduction response team


  • Interview complainants and witnesses
  • Interrogate prisoners
  • Write reports of all findings and file them appropriately
  • Provide the proper legal documentation to ensure all searches and bookings were done according to the Law
  • Prepare proper documentation for Court appearances


  • Investigate Serious Crime incidents based on evidence,  analysis of charges, complaints, or allegations of law violations.
  • Supports shared purpose and direction, think strategically, harnesses information and opportunities 
  • Listens to, understand and recognises the needs of others, values individual differences and diversity, shares learning and support others 
  • Behave professionally and ethically, commit to an action, demonstrate self-awareness and a commitment to personal development 
  • Develop and maintain positive relationships with team members,  colleagues, stakeholders and customers 


  • Prepare affidavits or other documents, such as legal correspondence, and organize and maintain documents in paper or electronic filing systems.
  • Prepare for trials / hearing by performing tasks such as organizing exhibits.
  • Prepare legal documents, including briefs of evidents and facts sheets.
  • Investigate facts of evidence and research case law.
  • Gather evidence being inculpatory or exculpatory and to make a decision if legal action is appropriate. Through such means as interviewing clients and witnesses to ascertain the facts of a matter.
  • Collaborate with external agencies such as Family and Community Services (FaCS) and NSW Health.


  • Responsible for investigating major felonies, such as homicides, assaults, robberies, burglaries,  and offenses involving children, that occur within the City of Jefferson.
  • Organize and collect vital details and identify items of evidentiary value to be used for the successful prosecution of those criminally charge with an offense.
  • Responsible to independently maintain active case load and to work with outside organizations to fully investigate various crimes.
  • Responsible for testifying in Grand Jury and other Circuit Court Appearances. 
  • Responsible for supervision and maintaining crime scenes while investigating a criminal offenses. 
  • Responsible for creating and maintaining a relationship with victims and those close to the victim for any assistance and future court proceedings. 


  • Investigate felony level crimes including, but not limited to: homicide, felonious assault, robbery, theft, sexual assault, and fraud.
  • Obtain experience and knowledge interviewing suspects, witnesses, and victims while piecing together the story of how specific felony level crime(s) occur. 
  • Work closely with the State of Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation & Identification to gather forensic evidence needed to support investigations. 
  • Frequently testify in court using evidence and information analyzed by the forensics unit, crime labs, and self-propelled investigations.
  • Strong victim advocacy, doing everything possible to get justice for victims while keeping them apprised of the progress of their case. Work closely with city and county prosecution to ensure legal process and protection of victims is of utmost importance.


  • Investigator in charge of crimes against persons and property, including several violent assaults and homicide
  • Advanced training in Crime Scene Investigation, Arson Investigation & Hostage Negotiations
  • Assigned out to county-wide Task Force working undercover during a high-profile murder case in a neighboring jurisdiction
  • Was unable to catch criminals due to lack of physical training


  • Conducted complex investigations for successful prosecution.
  • Worked in collaboration with local, state and federal law enforcement agencies and task forces.
  • Crime scene processing of physical evidence.
  • Maintained a caseload with a wide variety of investigations.
  • Authored many search warrants to gain evidence for prosecution.


  • 幫助雇主調查所有犯罪案件。
  • 協助分析提交動機。
  • 收集證據。
  • 幫助雇主逮捕兇手。