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JESSE D.

CARR
jcarr@smu.edu

EXPERIENCE
2013-Present Marine Corps Reserve
· Forward Observer (2018 – Present)
· Conduct target surveillance and location
· Identify ordinance and weapons systems types in order to neutralize a threat
· Coordinate with multiple assets in order to secure fire support for duration of operations
· Plan, evaluate and maintain platoon training schedule and training roster
Infantry Rifleman
· Platoon Sergeant (2017 - 2018)
· Spearheaded the training and combat readiness of 39 Marines and 1 Navy Corpsman – training included military operations in
urban terrain, tactical operations of the Marine Corps rifle squad in a simulated combat environment to seize objectives using
various processes and plans
· Used simple data entry and basic formulas within Microsoft Excel to calculate total numbers of equipment and training history
for individual Marines and maintain up to date contact information for Marines and their families
· Created training plans and various training programs to fit the overall training order for a 12-month schedule to prepare
Marines for a combined arms integrated training exercise
· Training included tracking Marines during the month via email, phone and text message to ensure that satellite
training was being completed in addition to in-person training classes conducted during monthly drill weekends
· Squad Leader (2015 - 2017)
· Extrapolated mission requirements from a 12-month mission plan to create and execute the training and combat readiness of
12 Marines
· Accountable for Marines and equipment, responsible for controlling and commanding Marines on the battlefield to maneuver
and engage the enemy in a method that assists in accomplishing the units overall mission
· Responsible for ensuring the execution of the training and tactics during a graded two-week field operation as it pertained to
the 12 Marines under my care
· Learned the importance of small unit leadership, how to incorporate effective training plans to include physical fitness and
tactical knowledge of combat situations
· Infantry Rifleman (2013 – 2018)
· Graduated from Marine Corps School of Infantry – West with the military occupational specialty of infantry rifleman
· Trained in basic military infantry tactics surrounding the use of tactics in conventional and unconventional warfare to include
the use of explosives, weapons handling and manipulation and the coordination with outside elements and support to
coordinate attacks and the destruction of objectives
2013-Present SMU Police Department
· Police Officer (2016 – Present)
· Attended state and national funerals, memorials and ceremonies as a member of the department honor guard
· Serves as a member of SMU PD’s Crisis Response Team
· Completed SWAT Operator course
· Certified Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Basic Instructor
· Certified as a tactical medical instructor and stop the bleed instructor
· Served as the escort officer for a line of duty death surviving family – responsibilities included escorting the family to
Washington DC for National Police Week
· Patrolled the campus and areas surrounding the campus on the night shift
· Developed a firm knowledge of the campus community and Dallas community
· Assisted in data collection of Greek life housing off-campus locations to assist the Dallas Police and Student Life Office by using
basic excel methods to track addresses and individuals associated with the addresses
· Created regular community outreach messages and engagements for social media platforms – posts described department
activity, provided information bulletins vital to the public, and vocalized national safety and policing issues to the campus
community
· Developed and maintained a system in order to track and update training requirements and qualifications for department
personnel
· Dispatcher (2013-2016)
· Trained and evaluated newly hired dispatchers as a Communications Training Officer
· Newly hired dispatchers were evaluated on their knowledge of the campus community and department procedures,
ability to operate under pressure and multi-task to communicate and receive information during high stress
situations
· Developed standard operating procedures for the computer aided dispatch program
· Awarded Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Intermediate Telecommunicator License

EDUCATION
2014-2019 Bachelor of Arts in Journalism, Dallas, Texas, Southern Methodist University
2011-2012 Studied, Criminal Justice and Psychology, Huntsville, Texas, Sam Houston State University
2008-2011 Athens, Texas, Trinity Valley Community College

SKILLS, LICENSES, AND CERTIFICATIONS


Skills: Microsoft Office, WordPress, Weebly, Adobe Premiere Pro, Social Media Platforms
Licenses: Peace Officer and Telecommunicator, SWAT Operator
Certifications: Graduate of FEMA G-289-291 (Basic Public Information Officer Course), Tactical Medical Instructor, Basic Police Instructor
LEADERSHIP
2019-Present Marine Corps Platoon Training NCO
2018-Present Police Honor Guard Coordinator
2015-Present Heroes in Action (Non-Profit) – Director of Communication
The Stable Sports Blog – Managing Editor
Marine Corps League – Member
2014-2015 Heroes in Action (Non-Profit) – Public Information Officer
2007-2018 Civil Air Patrol Senior Member

AWARDS & RECOGNITION


Marine Corps Meritorious Mast (2019)
Marine Corps Certificate of Commendation (2018)
Marine Corps Meritorious Mast (2018)
2017 SMU Police Department Officer of the Year
2017 SMU Police Department Commendation
Promoted to Sergeant of Marines
Cedar Valley Law Enforcement Academy Class Sgt and Valedictorian
Marine Corps Meritorious Promotion to Corporal
Marine Corps Certificate of Commendation (2015)
Marine of the Quarter (2015)
Marine Corps Boot Camp Platoon Honorman