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Sample Highway Patrol Officer Resume






A highway patrol officer resume shows the hiring manager the job seeker is eager to be hired and is well qualified in training and on-the-job experience. All highway patrol officer resumes should state the individual's objective and work history.


Rocco Barnaby
678 Dale Street
Any City, USA 23232
888-888-8888

Objective: Highway Patrol Officer

Interested in an interview for immediate hire as a highway patrol officer

SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS:

Professional, experienced, trained highway patrol officer with nine years of experience patrolling highways and borders. Ready for immediate work. Excellent employee record.

RESUME of EXPERIENCE:

Big City Highway Patrol Department, Big City            2002-2007
     Highway patrol officer

Garden Valley Highway Patrol, Small Town               1998-2002
     Highway patrol officer

TRAINING:

Graduate of Big City Police Academy, Any Place       1997
     with an emphasis on highway patrol duties

RECOGNITION:

American Association of Highway Patrol Officers:
     Honorable Service Award                                 2005

NOTE: Most highway patrol officer resumes run one to two pages. The previous highway patrol officer resume is a short sample of one you can use to build your own. Consider what the target employer is looking for and then write yours accordingly.