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Desired Industry: Law Enforcement/Security/Safety SpiderID: 58348
Desired Job Location: Islip, New York Date Posted: 3/7/2012
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 60000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Other Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
Accomplished and goal-oriented
professional, armed with combined
extensive technical experience, military
leadership, and management roles.
Expertise in integrating strategic
systems to existing procedures.
Demonstrate mastery of knowledge and
skills in industry influences to stay
abreast with current trends. Thrive at
leading and training highly skilled,
cross-functional, and dynamic members,
while maintaining high ethical and
quality standards, professional
demeanor, and a cooperative attitude.
Adept at establishing positive rapport
and maintain trustful relationships with
colleagues and various individuals while
providing safety at all times. Possess
strong interpersonal, communication, and
conflict management abilities.


Experience:
RELATED EXPERIENCE

POLICE OFFICER | INCORPORATED VILLAGE OF
OCEAN BEACH NEW YORK ~ OCEAN BEACH, NY
1994–PRESENT
Assume full responsibility of the
Department training officer and shift
supervisor; responsible for supervising
five full time police officers, 30 part-
time/seasonal police officers, and
civilian dispatchers. Provide assistance
to the chief of police with payroll and
setting up schedule for officers and
dispatchers as well as in managing day
off requests and sick calls. Arrange,
schedule and produced yearly in-house
training for all 30 employees as
required by NY State. Guide majority of
the courses and organize schedule of
training outside the department.
Proactively attend multi-jurisdictional
meetings attended by federal, state,
county, and local police, fire and
emergency management personnel, as well
as community groups to discuss policies
and procedures. Work as a patrol officer
and shift supervisor.

- Analyze all computerized field
reports as well as desk log book and
arrest records for accuracy and
completeness; suggest corrections before
the Chief’s final review.
- Coordinate with the Suffolk
County Police Academy and the NYS
Department of Criminal Justice Services
to distribute courses for members of the
department.
- Organize and facilitate training
log books for all members of the
department as well as the Emergency
Management handbooks for full-time staff
members.
- Develop new policies and
procedures and enforced federal, state,
and local laws.

OTHER EXPERIENCE

EMT COURSE COORDINATOR | UNITED STATES
ARMY ~ FT. DIX, NJ 2006–2011
PARAMEDIC | NORTH SHORE/LIJ HEALTH
SYSTEM CENTER FOR EMERGENCY MEDICAL
SERVICES ~ SYOSSET, NY 1995–2006
MEDICAL SECTION SQUAD LEADER | UNITED
STATES ARMY ~ UNIONDALE, NY 2004–
2005
EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT TECHNICAL ASSISTANT
| GOOD SAMARITAN HOSPITAL ~ WEST ISLIP,
NY INCLUSIVE YEAR


Education:
EDUCATION AND CREDENTIALS

Coursework in Criminal Justice (18
credit/hours attended), Suffolk County
Police Academy ~ Babylon, NY: 1995
Certified Police Officer, State of New
York, Bureau for Municipal Police
Suffolk County Community College
(Brentwood Campus)

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Trainings provided by NYS Department of
Criminal Justice Services

Statement Analysis, 2012
Conducted Energy Device Course (Taser),
2011
Child Fatality/Serious Physical Injury,
Child Abuse Investigations, 2010
NYS Law Enforcement Accreditation
Program Manager Workshop, 2010
General Topics Instructors, 2009
Property Rifle Operators Course, 2009
Basic Criminal Investigators Course,
2009
Street Level Drug Interdiction Course,
2007
Basic Course for Police Officers, 1995


Training courses related to and obtained
through the military

Department of the Army, Advanced
Leadership
Common Core, 2010
U.S. Army Combat Readiness Center,
Composite Risk Management Course, 2009
U.S. Army Reserve, Warrior Leader
Course, Jul 2008
Army Institute of Professional
Development, Primary Leadership Subjects
Course, 2006
Army Institute of Professional
Development, Supervisor Development
Course, 2005


Miscellaneous training courses

John E. Reid and Associates Inc; The
Reid Technique of Interviewing and
Interrogation (basic and advanced
levels), 2012
Glock Professional Incorporated; Basic
Glock Armorer’s Course, 2012
Suffolk County Police Academy, Field
Training Officer School, 2011
New Mexico Tech, Incident Response to
Terrorist Bombings, 2010
National Sheriffs Association, First
Responder Program Training, 2009
National Registry of Emergency Medical
Technicians, EMT Basic, 2007
National Fire Academy, Instructional
Techniques, 2003
Vocational Extension Board (Nassau
County NY), Methods of Instruction, 2003
United States Department of Justice,
Weapons of Mass Destruction Hazardous
Materials Technician Course, 2002.
NYS State Fire Academy, Hazardous
Materials Technician Course, 2002
National Safety Council, Coaching the
Emergency Vehicle Operator, 2001
NYS Office of Parks and Recreation,
Vessel Noise Enforcement, 1995
Suffolk County Fire Academy, Incident
Command Systems, 1994


Affiliations:
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

Reid Institute | Association of the US
Army | American Legion | National
Federation of Licensed Practical Nurses
National Association of Emergency
Medical Technicians | National Sheriff’s
Association


Skills:
CORE COMPETENCIES
- Security | Emergency
Preparedness. Trained newly hired
personnel on the proper ambulance
operation during emergency and non-
emergency situations. Oversaw section
during 123 separate and documented
attacks consisting of rockets,
rifle/machine gun fire, car bombs,
mortars, and sniper fire with no loss of
life or serious injury while deployed to
Iraq.
- Management | Operations.
Maintained daily logs updated which can
be utilized as a legal document, used in
civil and criminal cases. Served as a
Field Training Officer for new
paramedics and evaluated the overall
performance in various areas, such as
patient care, report writing,
communication skills, as well as use of
radio, proper vehicle operation, and
overall appearance. Distributed daily
assignments including convoy duty and
insured serviceable, clean, and ability
to transport sick and injured personnel.


Additional Information:
AWARDS AND HONORS

Police

Exceptional Meritorious Police Service
Medal for bravery, 2007

Military

Army Achievement Medal (8) | Army
Commendation Medal (2) | National
Defense Service Medal (2) | Combat
Action Badge
Humanitarian Service Medal (2) |
Overseas Service Ribbon (2) | Army Good
Conduct Medal
Army reserve Components Achievement
Medal | Korea Defense Service Medal |
Iraq Campaign Medal
Armed Forces Reserve Medal with “M”
device (meritorious) (1) | Global War on
Terrorism Service Medal (1)



ACTIVITIES

Participant, Law Enforcement Torch Run |
Participant, 24-mile Soldier Ride


Reference:
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