Criminal Justice Cover Letter Guidelines
☛ Making the hiring manager confused in any manner is the last thing your cover letter can do; always begin your letter by mentioning the exact position you are seeking.
☛ Reading a story about your life is something the employer definitely does not want to read. Give them what they want to see in a cover letter. Do the hiring manger’s work for them!
☛ If you think your cover letter is fantastic and a typical closing paragraph would be sufficient, think again! A flat closing equals to no interview call. Close your level persuasively and ask explicitly for an interview call.
See also: Criminal Justice Resume
Criminal Justice Cover Letter Example
877 Auburn Lane, Columbus, OH 67301
June 1, 2019
Mr. Jason Marc
Columbus Police Department
977 J.D Lane
Columbus, OH 67301
Dear Mr. Marc:
Your police officer vacancy announcement intrigued me since my skills and training closely relate to your requirements. Below is a snapshot of similarity among what you require and I offer, I am also enclosing my resume for consideration of the same.
❖ Well versed in responding to emergency calls.
❖ Competent at acting in an emergency and taking appropriate criminal justice action.
❖ Strong knowledge of law enforcement policies and peace restoration protocols in case of dispute issued by and practiced in the state.
❖ Adept at compiling and submitting all case-related information and documentation as per the state guidelines regarding the same.
❖ Thorough understanding of cultural diversity among people; fully aware of the state issued anti-discriminatory policy regarding the handling of criminal case suspects and communication with informants.
Furthermore, I have exceptional physical stamina and proficient in handling emergencies.
I am quite excited to meet with you to discuss the police officer role and my suitability for it. You may reach me at (004) 333-2222 to arrange an interview date.
Thank you for your time and consideration, and I look forward to hearing from you shortly.