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Welcome to my ePortfolio. On this site you will find a list of my accomplishments, previous and current employment, and education. I have also listed my volunteer experiences and attributes which will assist me in my future career in public safety.

Mission, Vision, Values

My Mission
My mission is to live life with integrity and empathy, and be a positive force in the lives of others.

My Vision

I will live each day as though I had all the power and influence necessary to make it a perfect world. Through listening to and serving others, I will learn new ideas and gain different perspectives. I will strive to gain mastery over life’s challenges through increasing my circle of influence and de-emphasizing those areas of concern over which I have no control.

I will behave in a manner so as to become a light, not a roadblock, for others who choose to follow or lead me. I will trust my dreams and goals. I will use my private victories unselfishly by trying to create value for others. The pursuit of excellence will determine the options I decide to exercise and the paths I choose to travel. I will expect no more of others than I expect of myself.

My Core Values
My core values that will help me to achieve my mission and my vision are…
• Respectful
• Honest
• Integrity
• Accountable
• Compassionate
• Trustworthy


Lethbridge College


Criminal Justice Policing Diploma

I posses knowledge in:

  • Criminal and procedural law within Alberta
  • The criminal justice system within Canada
  • Psychology and criminology
  • Ethics, diversity and interpersonal skills
  • Healthy lifestyles and fitness
  • Interviewing
  • Report writing and note taking
  • Conflict management
  • Investigative techniques

Lethbridge Regional Police Service

Oct 2015

Policing Practicum

  • Experienced daily operations of Lethbridge Police Service.
  • Allowed development of skills, knowledge and attitude necessary to become successful in the public safety field.
  • Worked a variety of shifts, including weekends, days, evenings, and midnights.

Catholic Central High School


Alberta High School Diploma

  • Football team: 2011/2012 league and zone champions
  • Track and field team: 2010-2012
  • Basketball team: 2010

Work experience

University of Lethbridge

Oct 2017Present

Security Representative

  • Patrols of the campus to ensure the security of buildings and property as well as the safety of staff, students and visitors.
  • Recording, reporting, and investigation of incidents and patrol activities.
  • Monitoring CCTV, University Facilities alarms, access control, and security emails.

Paladin Security

Aug 2017November 2017

Security Guard

  • Follow specific site orders and patrol site when required.
  • Document my own actions, as well as anyone trying to access the site outside of normal operating hours.
  • Respond to any emergencies that may occur on the site while on shift.

Home Hardware

Jul 2010Sep 2017

Customer Service Representative

  • Priced merchandise, stocked shelves, and took inventory
  • Handled customer relations in a gracious manner
  • Resolved customer complaints in an appropriate manner while prioritizing customer satisfaction
  • Created a positive work environment with employees and customers
  • Answered telephone calls promptly and in an appropriate manner

KB Heating & Air Conditioning Ltd.

Dec 2013Apr 2014

Apprentice Plumber

  • Understanding the worker and site safety
  • Giving and taking verbal and non-verbal instructions
  • Loading and unloading of work vehicle with necessary equipment

Volunteer Experience

Lethbridge Police Half Marathon: October 1, 2016

Les Vonkeman

  • Acted as a flagperson at an intersection, assuring the runners would not be held up by traffic and that everyone made it through the crosswalk safely.

Lethbridge Airshow: July 24-25, 2015.

Ben Arakaki

  • Walked up and down the static display line and through the general admissions crowd watching for people smoking or consuming alcohol in the non-designated areas.
  • Advised anyone who was drinking or smoking of where it was prohibited to do so.

Blood Tribe Police: April 11, 2015.

Sergeant J.D.(Jim) Bennett

  • Removed graffiti, and painted the Senator Gladstone Community Hall located on the Blood Reserve.

Nicholas Sheran Community School: 2013.
Laurie Chinn – Grade 4
Helped in the class room with:

  • Marking students’ assignments.
  • Supervision of the students.
  • Photo-copying.
  • Helping in whatever way I could.


Standard First Aid - Level C CPR and AED (2016 Protocol)

 Received August 14, 2018.

Lethrbridge Police Service - Mountain Bike Training Course

Received on July 10, 2018. 

Suicide Intervention Training (Lethbridge Family Services)

Received 16 hours of training July 5, 2018. 

Fire Extinguisher and Small Fire Management course

Received February 27, 2018.

First Responder to Sexual Assault

Received February 14, 2018.

Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS)

Received November 19, 2017.

Nonviolent Crisis Intervention 

Received September 27, 2017.

Forklift - Operators certificate

 Received April 24, 2017.

ACSA Generic Flagperson Program (Special events) for the City of Lethbridge

Recieved September 28, 2016.

Incident Command System 100

 Received January 21, 2016.

Skills and Attributes


Able to handle large amounts of money. Able to perform without supervision.


Listening to the concerns of the people I serve, and to the details given to  me as a task. Very good active listener.

Computer Literate

Graphic design, video and picture editing, and understanding of programs on a computer such as Microsoft Word and Microsoft PowerPoint.


I am able to stop a current job, start a new job and finish it and then go back to the my first job where I left off.

Team Player

I contribute to the success of the team, I don't try to take control, unless leadership is needed. Willing to spend extra time with the team to show or learn something that needs to remedied for the success of the team.


I am able to create rapport with the people I come in contact with by having a conversation and establishing common ground.


I am set on my future goals and the career choices I am currently making choices that are driving me towards the public safety field.


My interests include activities such as:

  • Video making and photography (attached examples of my work)
  • Mountain biking
  • Hiking in the mountains
  • Camping
  • Snowboarding
  • Snowshoeing
  • Kayaking
  • Golfing
  • Softball