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Sample Suspect Artist Cover Letter






A well-written suspect artist cover letter can help a job seeker land a position with a reputable criminal investigation firm. Be sure to state clearly your experience, if applicable, selecting sets of facial features from inventory, and arranging them to form a composite image of persons suspected of criminal activities based on descriptions from victims and witnesses to crimes. All suspect artist cover letters should include this kind of specific information.


Milton Bee
687 Rosemont Road
Anyville, USA 56734

May 22, 2007


Mr. Alex Compton,
Hiring Manager
Top Drawer Investigators, Inc.
54 Richardson Street
Anyville, USA 56734

Dear Mr. Compton:

I've been looking for a job as a suspect artist on JobBankUSA.com so when I saw your listing for such I decided to write a cover letter immediately. I have ten years of experience in this field working for the police department in New York City and later for a private investigation firm in Washington DC. My resume includes all the details pertaining to this previous employment.

I would appreciate an in-person meeting to discuss this position with you, to show you samples of my work and the results they garnered, and to find out what you are looking for in the suspect artists you work with. If this interests you, phone me at 695-888-8756 and I'll be available at your convenience.

Thank you very much for reading my cover letter and considering me to fill this opening.

Sincerely,


Milton Bee

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