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|JEREMY W. WILSON
17 N. Ridgeview, Apt. #472
|Decorated police officer transitioning from the U.S. Marine Corps Military Police (MP) to civilian law enforcement -- tour of duty ends December 2009. Highly motivated to leverage five years of achievements during MP career to provide dedicated service for a city or county police department. Qualifications include a pending BA in criminal justice (currently completing final semester); comprehensive field training; and extensive experience in safety patrol, security details, undercover investigations and public-service activities.
|U.S. MARINE CORPS -- Current Assignment: Camp Pendleton / Previous Deployment: Iraq
Military Police Officer, 12/04 to Present
Awarded MP position at the culmination of 12-week basic training and an additional 12 weeks of intensive, specialized MP training. Currently serve as a military police officer protecting lives and property, patrolling military base and preserving law and order at Camp Pendleton USMC Base. Previously supported battlefield operations and provided area/convoy security during overseas assignment in Iraq (Operation Iraqi Freedom).
|SOMETOWN STATE UNIVERSITY -- Sometown, CA
BA in Criminal Justice Candidate -- Degree Expected: 12/09 / Current GPA: 3.7
SOMETOWN HIGH SCHOOL -- Sometown, MI
High School Diploma, 6/04
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