What should be on my resume applying to be a correctional officer and a police officer?

I have already taken a few written exams for corrections, I am just curious on what would look good on my resume.... I was thinking an associates in criminal justice, a few basic training gun classes, cpr, first aid and as of now I am a un-armed security guard and will be becoming an armed guard within the next couple months.... Will this help in the hiring Proccess? Any suggestions are greatly appreciated! Thanks

Asked By: - 10/22/2012
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Getting law enforcement officer jobs is becoming more and more competitive. You should do whatever you can to make yourself the best candidate that you can. Don't do anything illegal, maintain a good reputation, keep a good driving record, don't get bad credit, improve all of your communication skills as much as... More
Answered By: J.W. - 10/24/2012
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Erm, the truth?
Answered By: OneDrop - 10/22/2012
long police record and prison time genius
Answered By: Dan - 10/22/2012
Is all of this your putting true? If so, then thats all good and you dont need to glorify it.
Answered By: Brian - 10/22/2012
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Answered By: acidburn3006 - 10/23/2012
Hey there! You mentioned first aid. That is a great idea. If I was you I would check out first aid courses. This would look good on resume. :-) You can have a look at this site: They do all kinds of courses. I hope this helps!
Answered By: Maria - 10/24/2012
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