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Executive/Personal Assistant/Training Coordinator Resume


Desired Industry: Law Enforcement/Security/Safety SpiderID: 57064
Desired Job Location: Mobile, Alabama Date Posted: 1/16/2012
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 75000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Executive (President, VP, CEO) Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
Highly talented, visionary, and
resourceful professional with successful
years in the construction and execution
of strategic roadmaps to achieve
business, operational and enterprise
goals. Demonstrates remarkable
experience in identifying critical
areas, initiating immediate improvements
and ensuring compliance with specific
policies and regulations. Recognized as
motivator and relationship-builder with
strong organization skills, great work
ethic and commitment to excellence.
Offers unyielding expertise in creating
and conducting numerous professional
developments geared to individual
preferences. Acknowledged for
recommending effective strategies that
improve production and staff
performance. Currently holds a Secret
Clearance.

- Significantly contributed in
establishing the Northern Arizona
Regional Training Academy (NARTA)
through curriculum, development while
serving as one of the first class
supervisors
- Skilled at leading a vision with
organization’s established mission and
expertise working with diverse
populations
- Technically proficient in
Windows 7, Vista, XP, Microsoft Office
Suite, Desktop Publishing and QuickBooks
with typing speed of 70 wpm


Experience:
RELATED EXPERIENCE

CIVILIAN POLICE INTERNATIONAL (EULEX
KOSOVO), Leesburg, VA ~ Dec 2008–Present
International Assistant to the Head of
the Strengthening Department
Received special assignment to serve on
the Steering Committee for the
reorganization of the entire Police
Component of the EULEX mission. Analyzed
and developed solution to logistical
issues; engaged in producing a mission-
wide archive and data retrieval system.

COASTAL SECURITY, LLC, Orange Beach, AL
~ Mar 2007–Jul 2008
Operations Manager/Director of
Investigative Services
Rendered mid-level supervision to
guards, mobile patrol and field
supervisors for 51 properties with an
estimated value of $1.3B and between 75–
150 on-site and mobile personnel.

PERDIDO BEACH RESORT, Orange Beach, AL
Director of Security, Aug 2006–Nov 2007
Exemplified expertise in all facets of
crime management, such as conducting
investigations on injuries to guests and
employees, damage to property and theft
or other criminal acts occurring at the
resort. Asked for vital information then
analyzed, and subsequently developed
thorough summary as well as generated
briefing materials for the resort,
including documents for use with
external agencies and interlocutors.

AVONDALE POLICE DEPARTMENT, Avondale, AZ
~ Jul 2002–Jan 2005
Support Services Lieutenant, May 2004–
Jan 2005
Exemplified supervisory adeptness in
handling Divisional Management of the
Community Volunteer Program, Community
Education, Homeland Security
Intelligence Liaison, Records Division,
and Victim’s Rights Advocacy.
Spearheaded 6 non-sworn positions and
approximately 40 volunteers.

Investigations Lieutenant, Feb 2004–May
2004
Displayed unsurpassed leadership to the
Divisional Management of the
Investigations Division, Evidence and
Property, Identification, Tactical
Operations, Community Education, School
Resource Officers and DARE program.
Oversaw and developed 15 sworn and 5
civilian personnel.

Acting Chief of Police, Nov 2003–Feb
2004
Held responsible for Interim Management
of the Police Department with 72 sworn
personnel and a total of 100 employees,
providing full service law enforcement
services to a city of approximately
55,000 residents and responding to
approximately 43,000 calls for service
on a yearly basis. Offered various
services, involving Traffic Bureau,
Community Volunteer Program, Patrol
Division, Investigations, Tactical
Operations, K-9 Units, Community
Education, School Resource Officers,
DARE program, Victim’s Rights Advocacy,
Dispatch, Commercial Vehicle
Enforcement, Training Division and
Recruitment and Selection.

Patrol Lieutenant, Jul 2002–Nov 2003
Directed divisional management to the
Patrol Division, including the Traffic
Bureau, K-9 Units, and Commercial
Vehicle Enforcement. Administered the
execution of internal investigations and
assessed most citizen complaints.

YAVAPAI COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE,
Prescott, AZ ~ Jul 2000–Jun 2002
Police Lieutenant
Assume full responsibility in providing
mid-level management to Yavapai County
Sheriff’s Office Western Operations
Division. Led the development and
implementation of programs and projects
at the station level, while helping the
Sheriff and the chain of command in
project management; motivated assigned
officers through Community Policing to
take ownership of areas of operation.
Ensured police coordination and
information exchange between the
department and other county departments
while serving as the Head of the
Critical Incident Debriefing Unit.



OTHER EXPERIENCE

CIVILIAN POLICE INTERNATIONAL (UNMIK),
Leesburg, VA ~ Jul 2008–Dec 2008
Planning and Research Executive Officer,
Crime Pillar

WILLOW CANYON HIGH SCHOOL, Surprise, AZ
~ Nov 2005–Aug 2006
Campus Security Officer

ESTRELLA MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE,
Avondale, AZ ~ Sep 2005–Aug 2006
Campus Security Officer

AAA DRIVING SCHOOLS DBA SECUREDRIVE,
Scottsdale, AZ ~ Jun 2005–Oct 2005
Operations Manager and Driving School
Instructor

A VALUE OPTIONS –WASHINGTON HOUSE,
Phoenix, AZ ~ Feb 2005–Oct 2005
Mental Health Worker



EARLIER CAREER

YAVAPAI COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE,
Prescott, AZ ~ Jan 1993–Jul 2000
Lieutenant – Planning and Development,
Eastern Operations/Sergeant – Training
Division Coordinator, Mayer Patrol
District/Field Training Officer/Patrol
Deputy

MOBILE ALABAMA POLICE DEPARTMENT,
Mobile, AL ~ Inclusive Years
Police Officer


Education:
EDUCATION and CREDENTIALS

Bachelor of Science in Psychology ~
Mobile College, Mobile, AL
Cumulative GPA 3.5



RECENT AWARDS AND RECOGNITION

Selection for EULEX PC Review Steering
Committee: May 2011
Selection for CPI/INL Annual Report
Working Group: Nov 2009
Selection for CPI/INL Applicant
Evaluation Working Group: Oct 2009

Letter of Appreciation KFOR: Nov
2011/Mar 2011/Nov 2010
Letter of Appreciation from US Embassy
Pristina: Jul 2009

EULEX Service Medal: Jul 2009
UNMIK Service Medal: Nov 2008
Letter of Commendation: Feb 2004
Chief’s Achievement Award: May 2003


Affiliations:
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Skills:
FUNCTIONAL SKILLS

Staff Training and Development
- Rendered assistance in the
successful initiation and execution of
new training program for new arrivals in
mission and taught MS Project to
International staff and the Kosovo
Police Senior management in furtherance
of EULEX objectives
- Gathered and compiled pertinent
information and developed briefing
materials for the Crime Pillar senior
staff, including documents for use with
external agencies and interlocutors;
coordinated with the Crime Pillar senior
staff regarding status of action items,
projects and/or any other activity
- Supported the development of
training programs for newly hired
employees regarding company policies and
patrol tactics
- Solely handled the supervision,
discipline, policy development, training
and strategic planning for the entire
department, while ensuring coordination
and management, including generation of
necessary policies, directives,
documentation, administrative and
operational requirements of the company
- Fulfilled expanded
responsibility as law enforcement
instructor with AZ Police Officer’s
Standards and Training (AZPOST) and AZ
County Insurance pool teaching both the
Field Training Officer Program and the
Law Enforcement Basic Supervision Class

Employee Performance Management
- Contributed in evaluating and
selecting possible EU candidates as well
as in providing information to U.S
Department of States, International
Narcotics and Law Enforcement Program
(INL) Annual report
- Managed and developed 7 full-
time personnel tasked to provide safety
and security to guests and employees of
the resort, valued at more than $100M
- Maintained updated status of the
entire staff on latest best practices
and agency standards
- Provided oversight to 37 sworn
personnel in preparing for pro-active
and re-active police patrol operations
- Rendered hands-on supervision of
staff by offering technical, strategic
and constructive advice to 52 paid
employees based on planning for pro-
active and re-active police patrol
operations
- Directed officers in areas of
law enforcement patrol and presided over
in-service training in a 4000-square
mile area

Positive Personnel Relationships
- Coordinated all personnel issues
concerning duty/private leave of
international or local staff members,
confirming availability of appropriate
number of personnel in collaboration
with unit chiefs
- Fostered and maintained open
communication with section chiefs to
seamlessly discuss issues or topics as
delegated and upon request of the Head
of the Strengthening Department
- Modified improper decisions of
sergeants and deputies, including the
production of written reports with
regards to the performance and
effectiveness of the patrol sergeants
and deputies

Administrative Support
- Acted as ad hoc Chief of Staff,
responsible for assisting the Head of
the Strengthening Department in
supervising more than 500 international
police officers and local staff in
improving the entire Kosovo Police
Department
- Worked closely with Chief
Operations Officer and the Chief
Executive Officer in creating high
quality reports to be distributed both
internally and externally
- Attended and participated in
meetings with and on behalf of the
Senior Staff of the Police Department to
obtain information for transmission to
then or elsewhere; requested and
summarized information; and prepared
briefing materials for the Police
Department Senior Staff, including
documents for use with external agencies
and inter-office memorandums


Records Administration
- Managed all aspects of
documentation through the use of proper
Chain of Command pertaining to the
Strengthening Department
- Studied incoming reports and
forwarded information to appropriate
personnel; compiled reports on company
activities; and explained the overall
achievements of the company
- Took part in coordinating
relevant documents and establishing
necessary policies, directives,
documentation, administrative and
operational requirements as outlined to
the established professional standards
and best practices.
- Conducted regular managerial
assessments to senior staff of the
Police Department; wrote reports and
other correspondence; revised documents,
reports, and letters
- Created regular written reports
as requested by the Mayor and City
Council concerning the performance and
effectiveness of the personnel and
provided recommendations to drive
company growth
- Developed short-, medium- and
long-term objectives as well as
strategic plans for the department


Additional Information:
RECENT TRAINING AND SEMINARS

Planning and Implementing MMA Actions,
Program Strategy Training, Phase II: Oct
2009
EU, Advanced Hostile Environment
Survival Training: Jul 2009
UN Course Generating Intelligence
Briefings (5 X 5 X 5) Training: Sep 2008
UN Course on Prevention of Harassment,
Sexual Harassment and Abuse of
Authority: Sep 2008
Defensive Driving and Traffic Survival
School Training: Jun 2005
WMD Incident Management/Unified Command
Training: Jul 2004–Aug 2004
WMD Terrorism Awareness for Emergency
Responders: Jul 2004
Spillman Law Enforcement Software System
Administrator Training: May 2004
USDOJ, COPS Technology Conference: Apr
2004
Crime Scene Investigation and Dead Body
Seminar: Apr 2004
Promoting an Open and Friendly Work
Environment: Sep 2003
Bio-Defense and Media Preparedness and
Response: Jul 2003
Spillman Law Enforcement Software User
Training: Mar 2003
Improving Effectiveness through the
Performance Appraisal Process: Apr 2003
USDOJ, Responding to Alien Crime: Feb
2003
Internal Investigations and Inspections,
ARCPI: Oct 2002
National Institute of Ethics, Integrity
Leadership: Oct 2002
Community Oriented Policing Seminar: Nov
2001
Family Medical Leave Act Training: Jul
2001
Outlaw Motorcycle Gang Training: May
2001
ACIP Fair Labor and Standards Training:
May 2001
AZPOST Defensive Tactics Training: Mar
2001


Reference:
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