Theodore Roosevelt

Police Officer

Educational Experience

  • graduated Harvard University
  • studied and hunted in Africa and toured Europe

Professional Experience

  • learned jujitsu at age 11
  • elected first to NY State Assembly
  • represented the Republican National Convention
  • appointed US Civil Service commissioner
  • accepted as the NYC police commissioner
  • designated Assistant Secretary of the Navy
  • became Governor of NY
  • voted the President of the USA


  • organized and served as a colonel of the "Rough Riders" during Spanish-American War
  • awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his role in the Russo-Japanese War
  • nicknamed the "trustbuster" for his success in breaking up large monopolies such as Standard Oil Co.


Theodore Roosevelt is a colorful and charismatic man with determination and can accomplish anything he sets his mind to. I trusted him in the position of the NYC Police Commission to handle the corruption-ridden police force. He handled the position very well and I would trust him with any other job, he was the right man to choose for it. Since he has experience in the police force, I believe being a police officer would be a good choice.

Thank you for taking the time to read this, NY Mayor William Strong