Bailiff Officer CV

Bailiff Officers are state and local officers responsible in securing judges, attorneys and witness in a court of law and may serve as security guards, correctional officers, as well as bouncers and messengers to perform errands for court staff.  They are officers of the law who serve court summons and orders and generally secure court participants and detained felons in district, appellate and superior courts

Bailiff Officer CV Format

Nelson T. Lerner

Sandy Springs, Atlanta, Georgia

Phone: (404) 464 5745

Career Objective

To work as a Senior Bailiff Officer in an appellate or superior court


Professional Experience


2006 – Present:  Bailiff Officer, Downtown Appeals Court, Atlanta

  • Usher detained felons from the city jail to the court salas
  • Deliver court summons, orders and legal notices as may be directed by the court judge in relation to schedules trials and hearings.
  • Examine and screen incoming mails addressed to judges and court personnel.
  • Provide escort to witnesses, juries and attorneys for court appearance.

2000 – 2006:  Patrol Police Officer, Atlanta Police Station

  • Conduct regular patrol of the assigned streets and districts in the city.
  • Accost and conduct inspections of potentially problematic areas and persons.
  • Provide information to citizens when inquired.


Skills and Qualification

  • Clean police record and driver license record
  • Excellent medical and physical condition
  • Above average communication and interpersonal skills.



Received commendation from the Atlanta mayor for successful recapture of a convicted criminal on parole in 2004



1999 – 2000:  Passed the Atlanta PD Academy training

1999: Jujitsu, Master Martial Arts, Glynn Country Defense Arts

1996 – 1999: Associate in Criminal Justice, Brunswick High School, GA


Professional and Character References

To be furnished upon request

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