Matthew Quist's Experience:
Police Detective/Bilingual Polygraphist/Psicofisiologo Forense - Poligrafista at Milwaukee Police DepartmentAugust 1998 - Present | Milwaukee WI
Certified expert polygraphist (forensic psychophysiologist) Conducting detailed forensic polygraph examinations regarding major crime Experienced Homicide Investigator Recognized Forensic Spanish/English Translator Judicially recognized expert witness (fire/arson investigation, origin and cause) January 19, 2007, Milwaukee County Circuit Court Judge Jeffrey Conen, Case #06CF006767 State of Wisconsin vs. Bernadine Benson crisis/hostage negotiator: 1998 to 02/15/2012 (14 years) Judicially recognized Spanish/English translator, specializing in investigations involving the Spanish speaking Criminal Intelligence Investigator extensively worked on dignitary protection details Certified child forensic interviewer Spanish/English CPC stepwise method Expensively trained and experienced involving: homicide/death investigations, interview and interrogation techniques, forensic statement analysis, crisis negotiations, counter-drug/gang conspiracy investigations and arson investigations Was responsible for conducting complex criminal and sometimes noncriminal investigations as directed including but not limited to such tasks as scene investigations, polygraph examinations, custodial interrogations, case follow up, case management, and case presentation to prosecutors and/or the courts. At times called upon to lead other police and civilian members in performing investigations. Had the authority to coordinated investigative efforts and was responsible for guiding and directing officers during investigations.
Clinical Psychology Intern (Graduate Level) at Aurora Family ServicesJanuary 2007 - December 2007
Assisted in Bilingual Spanish Screening Clinical Interviews at a clinic with a Spanish speaking population, in conjunction with another psychotherapist. Observed psychotherapy sessions. Attended weekly case meetings. Participated in psychotherapy sessions under supervision of psychotherapists.
Clinical Psychology Intern (Graduate Level) at Humber Mundie & McClary2005 - 2006
Responsible for administering, scoring and interpreting assessments, including abbreviated TAT, MMPI, Wesman Personnel Classification Test and FIRO-B. Conducted interviews for a variety of employment candidates from Vice Presidents to entry level law enforcement candidates, and military entrance assessments
Police Officer at Milwaukee Police DepartmentOctober 1991 - July 1998
o Enforced criminal laws; identify, detain, and process wanted individuals o Conducted investigations of suspicious persons or situations and preliminary investigations of major crimes and criminal activity o Interviewed suspects and witnesses, and prepare appropriate investigative reports o Prepare and testify in court as to the facts surrounding any criminal, departmental, or civil action o Patrolled the City of Milwaukee in a police vehicle, and/or on foot as directed, responding to emergency calls for service, reduced/prevented crime, protected persons and property o Operated a police vehicle in emergency situations involving speeds in excess of posted limits, in congested traffic, and in unsafe road conditions o Prepared accurate and complete reports of daily activities o Provided assistance to the community in the areas of crime prevention, trained as a crime prevention officer o Enforced motor vehicle laws to promote safety and reduce accidents, expedite traffic flow, and enforce Wisconsin State Statutes o Perform duties in a special assignment capacity such as being trained as a Field training officer of new officers.