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Yyyyyy x. yyyyyy                                                  


Address: 0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000           

Phone: (xxx-xxx-xxxx


Citizenship: United States of America

Social Security Number: XXX-XX-XXXX

Veterans Preference: N/A

Highest Grade: GS-1801-12, 4/2000-Present



Core Qualifications


Strategic Planning

Performance Optimization

Investigation and Interrogation Skills

Crisis Management

Organizational Leadership

Comprehensive Research and Analysis

Productivity Improvement

Multi-Site Operations


Intermediate Spanish Language Skills



Professional Experience


Department of Homeland Security/ Immigration and Customs Enforcement - Houston, TX

Supervisor:  May or May Not Contact - Kelly Dozier, Phone #

Hours:  XX per Week

Prosecution Officer, Deportation Officer/GS-12 1801; 5/2008-Present

Contribute dynamic problem solving abilities in performing pre-and post investigation analysis and recommend appropriate actions.  Conduct comprehensive review and analysis in order to prepare thorough reports and present findings orally and in writing to managers, prosecutors, and other high-level officials.


Proficiently testify as a government witness before Grand Juries and for criminal court cases and testify at administrative hearings in non-criminal cases, demonstrating exceptional presentation abilities.  Collaborate with team members on cases involving diverse investigative functions.  Thoroughly research and analyze information to determine appropriate actions.  Document cases, formalize reports, and make recommendations for or against Federal Prosecution, illustrating multitasking and organizational skills in achieving operational goals and timelines.

Exhibit strong analytical and communication talents in developing and presenting evidence to the Office of the United States Attorney or other legal officers and preparing detailed reports.  Testify in preliminary hearings, grand jury proceedings, and before the United States District Courts.



Department of Homeland Security/ Immigration and Customs Enforcement - Houston, TX

Supervisor:  May Contact - Jesse Mendiola xxx-xxx-xxxx

Hours:  55 per Week

Deportation Officer, 1801/GS 12; 4/1996-5/2008


Maintained full accountability for the investigation, location, and apprehension of aliens that had outstanding Orders for Removal from the United States.  Served as the lead officer responsible for locating aliens through various computer databases, surveillance, and information solicited from individuals, with strong focus on optimizing productivity, efficiency and performance.  Organized an arrest team and supported the apprehension of several violent criminal aliens in safe and timely manner. 


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Yyyyyy x. yyyyyy                                                  


Social Security Number: XXX-XX-XXXX                                                                                  page 2 of 3




Effectively conducted numerous hours of diverse types of surveillance, transported deportees to the Mexican border, initiated federal prosecutions for re-entry after deportation, and collaborated directly with local, state, and federal agencies.  Executed criminal search warrants, administrative search warrants and undercover operations, supporting authorities.  Assigned as a team leader in joint operation with federal, state and local agencies, due to exceptional performance.

Prepared and served numerous documents, including Notices to Appear, Warrants of Arrest, Warrants of Removal and Orders of Supervision.  Conducted interrogations of suspects and interviews of individuals, instrumental to inspections and case resolutions.  Applied solid interviewing talents in determining if aliens are legally present and/or are legally working in the United States.  Effectively distinguished fraudulent, counterfeit and altered documents from original documents and offered suggestions to the United States Attorneys office regarding the prosecution of illegal aliens in the United States.

In addition, assigned as a detained Deportation Officer in the Houston District Office and lend expertise of policies, procedures, and regulations governing the detention and removal of aliens from the United States.  Directly responsible for the control of aliens that have been placed in removal proceedings.


Ensured the safe and expeditious removal of aliens when ordered for removal from the United States.  Liaised directly with foreign consulates and embassies, so aliens are issued proper travel documents. Served as the lead escorting officer and traveled with the aliens to their respective countries, with full accountability for the safety and security of the escorting officers, the alien, and the traveling public.

Appointed a member of the Houston Immigration and Customs Enforcement Special Response Team. Actively participated in numerous high risk arrest and search warrants and handled pre raid surveillance, radio communication, and coordination with other law enforcement agencies.  Prepared written reports and delivered oral presentations to senior management.  Relied upon to maintain a high level of firearms proficiency as well physical fitness.



Department Of Homeland Security/ Immigration and Customs Enforcement - Houston, TX

Supervisor:  May Contact - Charles Arendale, 832-256-9440

Hours:  55 per Week

Acting Supervisory Deportation and Detention, 1801/GS-13; 8/2003 - 12/2003


Efficiently planned and coordinated workflow and assigned projects to optimize utilization of human capital and operational resources.  Served as the only first line supervisor for the detention section and assisted as one of three first line supervisors for the non detained section.  Exhibited solid leadership qualities in maintaining docket control oversight for approximately 1250 detained aliens by assisting eight Deportation Officers and five Deportation Assistances as their first line supervisor.  As a second line supervisor for four Supervisor Detention Officers and a third line supervisor for 40 Detention Officers, oversaw all aspects of daily operations.

Applied advanced communication skills
toward diplomatically troubleshooting and resolving staff conflict issues.  Compiled statistical reports and ensured sufficiency of personnel to accomplish the mission.

 Cost-effectively allocated and administered a multi-million dollar budget and met with people in an public relations capacity.  Built and established key relationships with the Consular Corps, Local, State, and other Federal agencies.  Supervised and led the work product of subordinate employees to ensure strict compliance with laws and regulations, as well as policies and procedures, working closely with senior management and subordinates.





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Yyyyyy x. yyyyyy                                                  


Social Security Number: XXX-XX-XXXX                                                                                  page 3 of 3




Lake Charles Police Department - Lake Charles, LA

Supervisor:  May Contact - Captain Dan Powell, 337-491-1311

Hours:  60 per Week

Police Detective; Salary: $25,500/yr; 8/1992 - 4/1996


Assigned follow up investigation from reports gathered from the patrol section.  Contributed solid investigative and analytical skills in conducting interviews of subjects and interrogation of suspects.  Prepared supplemental reports for submission to the Calcasieu Parish District Attorneys Office and the Courts.  Worked in an undercover capacity and wore a body wire, instrumental to investigations.  Surreptitiously bought drugs from drugs dealers and assisted with their arrest.  Served as the lead detective, supervising patrol officers who responded to the call and other supporting detectives assigned to the case.  Illustrated strong problem-solving and detail-oriented abilities in investigating, collecting, and preparing evidence for submission to the crime lab and the courts.  On numerous occasions, testified before grand juries, local, state, and federal courts on reports, investigations, evidence chain of custody, and evidence identification, collection and submission procedures.



Diploma C La Grange Sr. High (Lake Charles, LA), 5/1982; GPA: 3.5/4.0

Select Political Science Courses C McNeese St. University (Lake Charles, LA), 6/1994; 125 Semester Hours and GPA: 3.5/4.0


Professional Training


Fugitive Operation School(2nd FUGOPS)-2003
Certified Hostage Negotiator FBI/ LA State Police-2003
Immigration and Customs Enforcement Special Response Training-2003

FBI Street Survival School-2002
Enhanced Field Armors School- 2002
Firearms Control Officer School-2002
Firearms Instructor Training Program-2001
Fugitive Operation School (1st FUGOPS)-2000
Effective Writing School, Dallas, TX.-2000
Houston Police Department Communication/ Conflict Strategies Course-2000
Instructor Trainer Non Deadly Force Devices (ASP, OC) Charleston S.C.-1998
Immigration Officer Basic Training Academy-1996
Officer Survival/Safety School-1995
Crime Scene (Evidence Gathering & Handling) Investigation- 1994
Practical Homicide Investigation

Calcasieu parish Regional Law Enforcement Training Academy-1992
Practical Crime Scene Investigation


Achievement Awards


Group Award Outstanding Service Regional Director Eight (8) hours time off award-1998
Out Standing Appraisal, Cash Award -$1,000 2001
Letter of Appreciation Regional Director- 2000
Letter of Appreciation SAIC DOJ-OIG 1998
Outstanding Appraisal, Cash Award $2,500- 2002
Outstanding Appraisal-2004
Outstanding Appraisal 40 Hours Time Off Award-2004


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