Chief of Police

Dale Wong
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234


A position as Chief of Police, for a midsize Police Department, which will utilize extensive experience in Police operations, strategic planning, and proven managerial expertise.


• Law enforcement professional with proven innovative organizational expertise, exceptional follow-through abilities and excellent management skills.
• Able to oversee projects from concept to successful implementation.
• Demonstrated ability to fully utilize resources for maximum effect.
• Proactive strategist able to effectively meet the needs of community while maintaining highest levels of morale.
• Completed Homicide investigator's course, June 1995.
• Consistently rated Above or Well Above Standards on professional evaluations.


• In April 1995, was chosen co-presenter at a workshop/seminar re: creating organizational Vision and Mission statements.
• Selected to participate in the Executive Development Program of the New York City involving key executives representing many branches of city government.
• 2 1/2 years experience as Precinct Commander in the New York City Police Department.
• Possess both Bachelor and Master of Arts in Sociology.
• More than 5 years command experience at rank of Captain; more than 20 years service in the New York City Police Department.


1995 - Present
Investigative Coordinator and Duty Captain, Detective Borough Manhattan
• Monitor and direct all criminal investigations of 6 precinct detective squads in Manhattan North.
• Direct newly developing criminal investigations in the whole Borough of Manhattan and, periodically, the entire City.

1994 - 1995
Borough Captain, Patrol Borough Manhattan North
Interim commanding officer in three precincts, while assigned commanders were on extended sick leave or vacation.

1992 - 1994
Commanding Officer, Tenth Precinct (Captain)
• Managed 225 person police operation in Manhattan's West Side "Chelsea" community, overseeing patrol, administrative functions.
• Directed procedures for maintaining discipline and training personnel. Due to new procedures, recorded productivity gains and an increase in morale.
• Instituted more effective anti-robbery program utilizing efficient human resource management strategies. During 2-year tenure, effected successive 10% decreases in robberies.
• In 1994, achieved 25 year lows in four of the 7 major crime categories.
• Re-scheduled patrols for higher visibility and providing a more effective theft deterrent.
• Liaised with assorted political and community entities in the Chelsea community, receiving several letters of appreciation from them upon completion of assignment. Coordinated with other Police Departments including Port Authority, Housing Police, Transit Police and, on occasion, FBI and DEA.

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