Patrol Supervisor CV Template

A patrol supervisor is responsible for enforcing law and order, mostly in rural districts.  They may also be responsible for serving legal processes of courts.  In this case, the patrol supervisor is involved in patrolling the courthouse, guarding the court or the grand jury, and escorting the defendants to and from the courthouse and their homes.  They ensure the implementation of laws and local policies in a designated area of responsibility and can execute arrest warrants.  In addition, patrol supervisors investigate illegal activities and patrol certain areas where they look for law violators.  Patrol supervisors have the duty of making arrests and issuing citations.

Sample Patrol Supervisor CV Template


David Summer

Midhurst Avenue, Muswell Hill

London, N14 3EP

Phone:  567-776-5555



Hard-working and resourceful worker with experience in managing security officersis seeking employment in a challenging position as a patrol supervisor.


Summary of Qualification

  • Three years working as a patrol supervisor.
  • Ability to manage stressful situations, and work effectively in a team environment
  • Ability to work in a busy fast paced, multi-tasked environment
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Willing to work extended hours and travel to location.
  • Sound understanding of national and local laws and policies.

Career Experience/Job History

2007 – Present:  Patrol Supervisor

  • Manage patrol personnel and ensure that they are assigned properly.
  • Monitor the performance of patrol personnel and give them suggestions if needed.
  • Act as roving patrol and ensure the safe use of patrol cars.


High school graduate with police training and internship.


Professional reference will be furnished upon request.