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Sample Suspect Artist Supervisor Cover Letter






A well-written suspect artist supervisor cover letter can be an opportunity to catch the eye of a hiring manager in a police department or with a criminal investigative firm. Be sure to include your experience overseeing and supervising the work of suspect artists employed by the company or department who select sets of facial features from inventory, and arrange them to form a composite image of persons suspected of criminal activities. It's important to mention all such information in suspect artist supervisor cover letters.


Donna Ball
45 Crest Road
Anyville, USA 56734

March 2, 2007


Mr. Jordan Haynes,
Hiring Manager
Ace Investigators, Inc.
64 Diamond Street
Anyplace, USA 99999

Dear Mr. Haynes:

My experience as a suspect artist supervisor, overseeing the work of those who render drawings of criminal suspects based on the descriptions of victims or eye witnesses to crimes, spans about a decade while I was employed by the San Juanita Police Department. Today I am writing this cover letter to bid for this position advertised on JobBankUSA.com.

I would be happy to meet with you in person to learn more about what you are looking for and to show you my references. I'd also like to find out what you have in mind for the suspect artist supervisors you work with.

If you wish to get together, please phone me at 695-888-8756 and I'll come to your office at your convenience. Thank you for considering me to fill this opening at your firm. I hope to hear from you soon.

Sincerely,


Donna Ball

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