The job search for police officers is not like a normal business opportunity. It’s a different world in law enforcement. Even though the process is challenging, extensive, and technical, your resume doesn’t have to be. We’ve put together some easy pointers to use to help find the right fit for you and your career.
- Don’t worry about the length of your resume. Unless you’re switching careers, your resume will need to hold more information that just the usual two pages.
- Write an attention grabbing career objective that should look like the next rank you are aiming for.
- Strive for clarity when explaining your experiences. This can help filter out the least important info the reader needs to see.
- Use action verbs in your descriptions to present a picture to the reader, rather than a list of job duties. Ex: patrolled, inspected, implemented, enforced, assessed, etc.
- If you completed your professional development with the same organization, try lumping the classes you took together to avoid repeating yourself. If you didn’t, just list your training courses with specific organizations, locations, and years.
- When adding your affiliations and community involvements, try only using a few lines and use symbols to separate each listing.
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