Matthew Pemberton
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Location: Denver, CO, USA
School: Community college of Denver
Major: Radiology

Matthew Pemberton

16276 E Warner dr | Denver Co|------------



Solutions-focused, versatile professional offering a comprehensive background supporting U.S. military operations in roles of increasing responsibility during a 3-year career in the United States Army and currently a deputy sheriff for the Denver Sheriff’s Department. Effective communicator who quickly master’s new roles and with precise decision making and extensively trained in weapons with strong background in criminal justice seeks a role as Police Officer/investigator. Highly effective at resolving crisis situations and working with culturally-diverse populations.


Confidential Security Clearance

 Trained in defensive tactics 

Expert Marksman

 Firearms safety training 

Exhalent Problem Solving Skills

 First Aid certified

 Extremely organized

 Surveying and mapping

 Strong verbal communicator

Great work ethic 

Awarded the Army Achievement Medal in 2014 and 2015. Received the Amy Good Conduct Medal in 2016. Received Global War on Terrorism Service Medal in 2014. Certificate of accomplishment for customer services in 2016. Given Army service ribbon. Received Overseas Ribbon for being stationed in South Korea in 2015. Certificate for situation awareness training in 2015Denver Sheriff Academy Compilation Certificate in 2017Experince Army

Mar 2014 to Aug 2016 Fort Lewis, WA, 12 weeks of basic training at Fort Jackson where I gained verity training of weapons and able to perform day to day activates with high levels of stress environments in a professional and timely manner to complete duties. preformed a vast types of hands on and class room training on first aid, customer services, weapons and tactics, patrols, security, problem solving at Fort Lee Virginia and while serving overseas in South Korea. Improved multitasking in situation that require compromise in variety of situation that include positive and professional needs for others at Fort Lewis.


June 12 2017- currently working

I recently joined the and successfully completed the Denver Sheriff academy. During the 18 weeks of training Iv enhanced skills such as report writing, weapons manipulation, verbal skills, interaction skills and multi-tasking all while being in a stress environment while keeping a positive attitude and being a professional at all times.


 High School diploma EagelCrest High school Centennial, Colorado 2012 

Pursuing a  degree in Radiology, at Community Collage of Denver where I will then transfer to Colorado University of Denver 2021