Nate Connealy
208 South J. Street Apt. 16, Indianola, IA 50125 | 402-709-8287 | nate.connealy@my.simpson.edu
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Nate Connealy
208 South J. Street Apt. 16, Indianola, IA 50125 | 402-709-8287 | nate.connealy@my.simpson.edu
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Nate Connealy
208 South J. Street Apt. 16, Indianola, IA 50125 | 402-709-8287 | nate.connealy@my.simpson.edu
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Nate Connealy
208 South J. Street Apt. 16, Indianola, IA 50125 | 402-709-8287 | nate.connealy@my.simpson.edu
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Nate Connealy Spring 2016

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  • 1. Nate Connealy 208 South J. Street Apt. 16, Indianola, IA 50125 | 402-709-8287 | nate.connealy@my.simpson.edu SUMMARY Former collegiate athlete with a well versed skill-set in team related endeavors and diverse workplace environments. Accountable, punctual, leader who was twice named Captain of the football team by peers. Several years of experience working within the Criminal Justice System. Hot-spot analysis proficiency led to the development of software and mapping programs for the start-up of the Des Moines Police Department's Crime Analysis Unit. Worked to reform Iowa's juvenile reentry policy and practice by co- authoring and implementing a multi-million dollar federal grant as a Justice Systems Analyst at the Iowa Criminal and Juvenile Justice Planning Agency. Instructed youth in AmeriCorps programs about the legislative process and systems of government. EDUCATION Council Bluffs Lewis Central High School Conferred May 2011 Council Bluffs, IA USA High School Diploma Simpson College Conferred December 2015 Indianola, IA USA BA Criminal Justice, Sociology & Spanish (Minor) magna cum laude Simpson College Academic Accomplishments 2011 - 2015 Cumulative 3.9 Grade Point Average Debate Team National Team Champion 2nd Place Individually Criminal Justice/Sociology Honors Research Program Criminal Justice/Sociology Outstanding Student Award Relevant Coursework: Statistics, Criminal Justice Systems, Policing Strategies, Terrorism Simpson College Athletic Accomplishments 2011 – 2015 Two-Time Simpson College Football Team Captain Two-Time Simpson College Football Character, Integrity and Sportsmanship Award Two-Time All-Iowa Conference Wide Receiver COMMUNITY SERVICE & EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES Community Service 2011 - 2015 Simpson College Students with disabilities: Homework scribe and study assistant Central Iowa Shelter Services: Homeless shelter in Des Moines, IA New Heights Church: Volunteer Sunday School leader Extra-Curricular Activities 2011 - 2015 President of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes Simpson College Chapter Student Ambassador Indianola Salt Company Ministries Internship Simpson College Football Player Chaplain
  • 2. Nate Connealy 208 South J. Street Apt. 16, Indianola, IA 50125 | 402-709-8287 | nate.connealy@my.simpson.edu RELEVANT PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Des Moines Police Department Crime Mapping and Intelligence Analyst January 2015 Full-Time Position, Des Moines IA  Established interdepartmental analysis and intelligence based working groups formed to employ modern crime prevention strategies  Facilitated the data collection process and published end of the year clearance rates for the Uniform Crime Report  Initiated Neighborhood Association meetings to increase community awareness and collective efficacy utilizing maps and data  Provided technical expertise and consultation of crime analysis data to upper command staff  Worked to design an information sharing portal between intelligence and patrol that led to a proactive “targeting” policing style  Development of the Crime Analysis Unit resulted in the departments first “CompStat” meeting Criminal and Juvenile Justice Planning/ AmeriCorps February - August 2015 Spring Intern Position, Des Moines, IA  Iowa Juvenile Reentry Task Force Team Member worked with community leaders, legislators, agency heads and others to reform current juvenile reentry policies and practices  Co-authored Federal and State grant writing for multimillion-dollar, multi-year grants  Worked on the Iowa 3 Yr. Strategic Plan for Juvenile Reentry & Recidivism Reduction  As the Youth Initiatives of Iowa Assistant Coordinator, helped educate youth on legislative processes  Administered the data collection and analysis process of local and federal level data to uncover notable trends and patterns related to system change  Helped serve on several state committees related to juvenile justice Des Moines Police Department Crime Analysis Intern June- August 2014 May- December 2015 Two-Time Summer/2015 Fall Intern Position Des Moines, IA  Development of crime mapping software led to the advent of more operative hot-spot policing tactics  Examined crime trends, patterns and sprees to run historical comparatives for departmental records  Trained patrol, supervisors and upper command staff in crime analysis related software  Helped identify germane grant application releases and provided statistical input for writing processes Omaha Police Department South Investigations May- August 2013 Summer Intern Position Omaha, NE  Assisted in the clearance process for a variety of cases ranging from misdemeanors to felonies  Completed paperwork ranging from case-work, to photo arrays and warrants  Watched suspect, victim and witness interrogations to learn justice system processes  Obtained, spliced and evaluated surveillance footage to further investigation processes Simpson College CJ/SOC Dept. Student Asst. and Student Program Representative Jan- May 2015 Assisted in recruiting prospective students  Worked with the Dept. Coordinators to shape the curriculum and course offerings at Simpson College  Liaison between current students, prospective students and faculty to communicate program ideas  Conducted assorted research projects in collaboration with faculty
  • 3. Nate Connealy 208 South J. Street Apt. 16, Indianola, IA 50125 | 402-709-8287 | nate.connealy@my.simpson.edu CURRICULUM VITAE Spring 2016 Nate Connealy The Division for Criminal and Juvenile Justice Planning and The Des Moines Police Department Crime Analysis Unit Phone (Cell): 402-709-8287 E-mail: nate.connealy@my.simpson.edu EDUCATION 2015 B.A., Majors: Criminal Justice and Sociology. Minor: Spanish (Emphasis: Cultural Studies) Simpson College, Indianola, IA Undergraduate Theses: (1) Evaluation of Strategic Hot Spot Policing Efforts Advisor: Dr. Constance Kostelac (2) Lessons Learned: Development of a Crime Analysis Unit at a Metropolitan Police Department Advisor: Dr. Samantha O’Hara PROFESSIONAL SERVICE 2015-2016 Full Time- Crime Mapping and Intelligence Analyst: Des Moines Police Department, Des Moines, Iowa 2015 Internship- Crime Analysis and Grant Solicitation Specialist: Des Moines Police Department, Des Moines, Iowa 2015 Internship- Criminal Justice Systems Analyst: Division for Criminal and Juvenile Justice Planning, Iowa’s Statistical Analysis Center Des Moines, Iowa Summer 2014 Internship- Crime Analysis and Intelligence: Des Moines Police Department, Des Moines, Iowa Summer 2013 Internship- Criminal Investigations Bureau South Investigations Unit: Omaha Police Department, Omaha, Nebraska ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE 2015 Undergraduate Research Department Associate Criminal Justice and Sociology Department, Simpson College 2015 Criminal Justice and Sociology Program Undergraduate Research Dr. Samantha O’Hara, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice, Simpson College Completed a first person research evaluation of the implementation and capacity building process of a crime analysis unit at a Midwestern, metropolitan police department.
  • 4. Nate Connealy 208 South J. Street Apt. 16, Indianola, IA 50125 | 402-709-8287 | nate.connealy@my.simpson.edu 2014-2015 Criminal Justice and Sociology Honors Undergraduate Research Program Dr. Constance Kostelac, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice, Simpson College Conducted a research prospectus and completed an undergraduate thesis on the effectiveness of hot spot policing strategies in small, metropolitan cities. PUBLICATIONS 2015 Connealy, N. with the Division of Criminal and Juvenile Justice Planning. “Iowa Collaboration for Youth Development 2014 Annual Online Report.” Publication Preparation Assistance 2016 The Des Moines Police Department. “2015 Annual Report” 2015 The Division of Criminal and Juvenile Justice Planning. “Iowa Three Year Plan for Strategic Development.” 2015 The Division of Criminal and Juvenile Justice Planning. “Community and Strategic Plan (CASP) for Iowa.” 2015 The Division of Criminal and Juvenile Justice Planning. “Disproportionate Minority Contact (DMC) in Iowa 2014-15 Report.” 2015 The Division of Criminal and Juvenile Justice Planning. “Juvenile Reentry System (JReS) Federal Grant Solicitation for the State of Iowa.” GUEST LECTURES Fall 2014 CJ-343:Crime and Place: Simpson College, Dr. Denise Leifker. “Crime Analysis and the Real World: My Experience with the Des Moines Police Department and Hot Spot Policing” Summer 2015 SOC-101: Intro to Sociology: Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC) Professor Sara Johnson. “Deviance, Crime and The Criminal and Juvenile Justice Systems.” Winter 2016 SOC-210: Social Statistics: Simpson College, Dr. Denise Leifker. “Crime Mapping and Analytics: What the Application of Statistics looks like in a Police Agency” PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS Spring 2015 American Society of Criminology (ASC) Spring 2015 Iowa Juvenile Reentry Task Force (JRTF) Spring 2015 Omicron Delta Kappa Undergraduate Honor Society

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