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Security Manager Resume


Desired Industry: Law Enforcement/Security/Safety SpiderID: 57797
Desired Job Location: Brooklyn, New York Date Posted: 2/13/2012
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 80000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
Results-driven and dedicated
professional, with qualified years of
experience in providing security and
administering safety measures, combined
with profound knowledge in diplomatic
personal security, criminal procedures,
and operational security investigations.
Possess broad-based background and
awareness in police management, criminal
investigations, firearms instruction,
personal defensive tactics, and
protective security operations in high-
threat, non-permissive environments.
- Significant expertise to perform
work requiring good physical condition
and dexterity; possess outstanding
written, verbal, and interpersonal
communication skills
- Highly developed administrative
and analytical skills as evidenced by
the ability to continuously improve
division operations
- Adept at conducting diversified
investigations; skilled at interviewing
and gathering evidence through the use
and monitoring of security surveillance
cameras and remote access


Experience:
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

LIEUTENANT : Mar 2002–Feb 2007
NEW YORK CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT, New
York, NY
Monitored and streamlined all police
operations. Extensively traveled to all
areas of the command facility and
recorded observations and results at
each tour. Investigated command for
display of any offensive material.
Handled and coordinated arrest
processing. Performed interrogations to
various arresting officers regarding
circumstances of arrest, including
details of occurrence, use of force,
evidence recovered, and determination of
charge.

Platoon Commander / Special Operations
- Responsible for all command
operations during the tour performed
- Coordinated, managed and
performed anti-crime, conditions, and
auto larceny units
- Evaluated actions of patrol and
anti-crime supervisors to ensure
compliance with department policies and
procedures
- Produced data and took charge in
representing the platoon at COMPSTAT
- Consistently assessed and
addressed precinct conditions and other
areas needing improvements by conducting
“platoon briefing” with all members
- Allocated and ensured
availability of all platoon resources as
well as efficiently carried out
functions, including community policing,
anti-crime, street narcotics enforcement
unit(s), and peddler enforcement
personnel as per conferral with special
operations lieutenant
- Communicated recommendations to
commanding/executive officers,
operations coordinator, special
operations lieutenant, integrity control
officer, and detective squad commander
regarding effective execution of unusual
arrests or occurrences, personnel and
integrity concerns, along with
conditions requiring their attention
- Partnered with integrity control
officer in resolving personnel issues,
civilian complaints, sick records,
overtime concerns, and integrity issues
- Coordinated with lieutenant
platoon commanders of adjacent
precincts, police service areas, and
transit districts to develop crime
strategies
- Fulfilled expanded
responsibilities related to Early
Intervention Monitoring for members of
platoon
- Guaranteed accuracy in the entry
of complaint information in the Online
Complaint System during tour
- Accurately monitored radio
transmissions in affecting the command
at all times
- Performed necessary changes or
adjustments in roll call at the
beginning of tour

SERGEANT: Dec 1998–Mar 2002
NEW YORK CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT, New
York, NY

Desk Officer
- Responsible for all operations
within the precinct, during the tour
performed
- Ascertained fair investigation
on cases involving members of the
service, including injuries and/or
department property damages; processed
submission of required reports in
connection therewith
- Immediately informed the
Intelligence Division's Operations Unit
on major incidents, including homicides;
assaults involving shootings, stabbings,
or slashing; home invasions; crimes
resulting to serious injury of members
of the service; significant seizure of
contraband, drugs, money, or fireworks;
burglary, robbery, firearms, shooting,
or pattern crime arrests; gang
incidents; hidden compartments (traps)
in specific vehicles; and any other
special circumstances deemed appropriate
by the Commanding Officer of the
Intelligence Division and/or
precinct/PSA/transit district commanding
officer
- Examined all areas containing
department computer systems, verifying
that all systems were utilized within
department guidelines and were not
damaged in any way

Patrol Supervisor
- Promptly yet effectively
responded to and directed activities at
radio runs involving any weapons,
serious crimes, burglaries, and
emergencies
- Established constant
communication with commanding officer,
executive officer, operations
coordinator, lieutenant platoon
commander, and desk officer to
facilitate discussion on latest trends
observed or other matters of mutual
interest and importance
- Maintained up-to-date knowledge
of crimes and other conditions within
the command; mentored police officers on
activities affecting every sector/posts

Anti-Crime Supervisor
- Worked closely with commanding
officer, special operations lieutenant,
crime analysis officer, and uniformed
supervisors on patrol in determining
exact locations of high crime within the
command
- Inspected Complaint Reports and
Online Booking System Arrest Worksheets
to generate appropriate times and
locations of violent street crimes and
burglaries
- Routinely observed and checked
members for proper equipment as per
department guidelines
- Accompanied patrol sergeants to
anti-crime activity locations; gathered
information of uniformed members on
patrol



EARLIER CAREER

POLICE OFFICER ~ NEW YORK CITY POLICE
DEPARTMENT, New York, NY


Education:
EDUCATION AND TRAINING

BACHELOR’S DEGREE IN ORGANIZATIONAL
MANAGEMENT: 2012 (In Progress)
St. Joseph’s College ~ Brooklyn, NY

Auto Crime School of the Auto Crime
Division of Organized Crime Control
Bureau ~ Plainclothes Training,
Surveillance ~ Leadership Course
Training ~ Counterterrorism Training ~
New York Police Department Computer
Training



Affiliations:
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

ASIS International Advancing Security
Worldwide
Bay Ridge Rod & Gun Club Inc.


Skills:
CORE STRENGTHS

Employee Morale
Resource Allocation
Community Public Relations
Command Center Administration
Computer Hardware and Software
Interview/Interrogation Techniques
Surveillance, Anti-Crime, and Patrol
Administration
Team Training and Supervision
Cross-Cultural Relations
Coordinate Multi-Agency Task Force


Additional Information:
AWARDS AND RECOGNITION

26 EXCELLENT POLICE DUTY ~ 8 MERITORIOUS
POLICE DUTY ~ 1 UNIT CITATION
NOMINATION FOR SPECIAL ASSIGNMENT
LIEUTENANT PROMOTION


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