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Court Officers maintain peace in a courtroom. Essential responsibilities for a Court Officer are ensuring security services, contributing to public safety, observing parties in a courtroom, arresting violent or disruptive individuals, and organizing records for each trial. Those interested in a Court Officer should be able to demonstrate the following skills in their resumes: physical fitness, good judgment, fast thinking, knowledge of legal terminology, and being able to manage outbursts. Our collection of resume samples for Court Officer highlights military or police training.

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1

Associate Court Officer

Control access to the courthouse and screen visitors for weapons and other harmful items.

  • Operate metal detectors, wands, and x-ray machines.
  • Conduct periodic rounds and security checks of building and grounds.
  • Respond to medical emergencies and potential bomb threats.
  • Prepare incident reports.
Candidate Info
14
years in
workforce
5
years
at this job
C
Mediation
MA
Social Work
2

Court Officer - Bronx Supreme Court

Criminal Division

  • Provide armed security for courthouse
  • Provide Law Enforcement, security services and maintaining order within courthouse
  • Ensure judges, judicial staff, court employees and general Public visiting courthouse are safe
  • Execute Bench Warrants and make arrests
  • Maintain the orderly conduct of court proceedings
  • Call on witnesses and administer the prescribed oaths to witnesses and jurors
  • Escort prisoners to and from courtrooms
Candidate Info
30
years in
workforce
7
years
at this job
Electrical Engineering
3

Drug Court Officer

  • Monitor compliance of 45-50 drug court participants through intensive supervision based on consistent reporting to probation, frequent drug testing, and routine court appearances
  • Utilize objective risk-based criteria to establish phase advancement eligibility for compliant
  • Collaborate with drug court judge, court staff, attorneys, substance abuse evaluators and treatment professionals to support and monitor recovery of drug court participants
Candidate Info
20
years in
workforce
8
months
at this job
JD
Juris Doctor

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