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Protective Security Specialist Resume


Desired Industry: Law Enforcement/Security/Safety SpiderID: 58433
Desired Job Location: San Diego, California Date Posted: 3/9/2012
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: 5/20/2012
Desired Wage: 85,000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel: Yes, More Than 75%
Highest Degree Attained: Other Willing to Relocate: Yes


Objective:
SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS

Experienced Military Leader, High Threat
Diplomatic Protection Operator,
Executive Protection Specialist, and
Security Force Watch Commander with
years of proven success in managing
military-related and private sector
security, logistics, military deployment
training, armed asset and clientele
protection. My background includes an
emphasis on high threat overseas
operations and Diplomatic Security.
Directed and responsible for training
other operatives in areas including Low
Profile and High Threat Dignitary
support and protection, armed asset
protection, combating terrorism,
conducting training for PSD/PSS in the
private sector and military security
operations, Combat Operations, Close
Quarter Combat, and Executive Escorts.


Experience:
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE


DYNCORP INTERNATIONAL -- Erbil, Iraq
2011-Present
DynCorp International is a global
government service provider in support
of U.S. national security and foreign
policy objectives, delivering support
solutions for defense, diplomacy and
international development.
High Threat Operations Diplomatic
Protection (WPS)
• Responsible for the personal
protection of all DynCorp Program
Managers, Deputy Program Managers and
other Principals under the direction of
the PSD/CP Detachment Commander. In
support of the U.S. Department of State,
Diplomatic Security Service under
contract with DynCorp Intl. I am tasked
with providing Protection in austere and
hostile environments while executing
High Threat Operations for U.S.
Department of State Ambassador-level
personnel throughout Iraq.
• Help with the daily operations
and mission planning for a High Threat
Protection Detail, coordinated and
executed High Threat Protection missions
on a daily basis into non-U.S.
controlled areas of Northern Iraq,
commonly referred to as the Red Zone.
Conducted Tactical Site Surveys and
venue reconnaissance utilizing explosive
detection dog teams, dedicated marksman
teams and surveillance/observation teams
which ultimately provided a secure venue
for our Detail teams and Principals.
• Designated as the primary team
to provide protection for Congressional
Delegates visiting the area ensuring
their personal safety as well as
ensuring their arrival at scheduled
meetings and venues on-time without
incident. Operated in a remote area of
Northern Iraq known as Kurdistan, often
with little or no support elements while
under austere conditions. Provided 24
hour protection for Diplomats and
planned, coordinated and executed daily
protection missions, usually on a short
notice, to remote areas of Kurdistan.
• Member of Delta 7’s CAT
(Counter Assault Team). As a CAT member,
I am able to function in a variety of
tactical environments, and became
skilled in threat analysis and counter
assault strategies to ensure security of
the protected area. CAT 7 is capable of
meeting and defeating a credible threat
against the protected area through
extensive training in High Threat
situations and austere environments. We
use our CAT as a private sector source
to supplement security for government
agencies, U.S. Department of State,
Diplomatic Security Services and other
private corporations and their security
forces

GIDEON PROTECTIVE SERVICES -- Solana
Beach, CA
2010–2011
The mission of all Gideon's Protection
Specialists is to provide outstanding
Security Consulting and Personal
Protection to Religious Figures,
Churches, Corporate Executives, Heads of
State, High Profile Individuals,
Dignitaries, VIP’s, Celebrities,
Athletes, and their families.
Close Protection Specialist
• Directly responsible for the
safe guarding of all persons—usually a
famous, wealthy, or politically
important figure—from assault,
kidnapping, assassination, stalking,
loss of confidential information, or
other threats who may be exposed to
elevated personal risk because of their
employment, celebrity status, wealth, or
associations.

U.S. SECURITY ASSOCIATES/GENERAL
ATOMICS-ASI -- Poway, CA 2009 –
2011
U.S. Security Associates is a highly-
respected private security firm tasked
with upholding preventive measures taken
to mitigate hostile actions against
Department of Defense, General Atomics,
and other contracted personnel,
resources, facilities, and critical
information in relation to GA-ASI.
Provided armed asset protection to
include: Predator A, Predator B, Sky
Warrior Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, RQ-1
Predator, Prowler, Altus, and Gnat-750
as well as other DOD sensitive documents
and equipment. Capable of providing on
site dignitary protection for visiting
VIP’s that has included: The Senate
Intelligence Committee, The Secretary of
the Air Force, company executives,
numerous senators, etc.
Watch Commander (Guard Force)
• In accordance with U.S. Security
Associates and General Atomics
requirements, serves as first line
supervisor to Security Officers for 2nd
Shift and in the absence of the
Operations Officer (Security Captain)
and Assistant Operations Officer
(Security Lieutenant), assumes duties as
Operations Supervisor ensuring the Guard
Force remains operational keeping in
compliance and adherence to policies,
post orders, rules, regulations, and
procedures. Plans and directs all watch-
related activities to include the
preparation of absentee and
accountability reports, watch schedules
(watch bills), and ensured watch
schedule is prepared in advance for the
following days in the event of call
outs.
• As watch commander, made direct
impact and quick decisions daily with
little to no notice on all unusual
security-related calls for service and
incidents while also monitoring
activities in and out of the field
providing technical assistance,
guidance, and instruction to all
Security Officers, Security Rovers,
Security Sergeants, and Security
Corporals regarding the incidents,
observations, and reporting violations
of client rules, regulations, and
orders. Plans and assigns tasks and work
to various Security Officers while
prioritizing Guard Force needs,
assignment difficulty, Security Officer
and watch capability, in the directing,
evaluating, and screening process.
• Responsibilities include the
overall supervision of maintaining daily
observation reports, meetings with
operational and executive staff,
receiving security incident reports,
ensuring accuracy of reports and
paperwork submitted, maintaining
positive control of keys to various and
high-profile buildings, facilities, and
vehicles, and issuing of controlled
equipment.
• Reviewed all Incident Reports
annotating all discrepancies, notifying
watch and security supervisors of areas
of concern, ensuring accuracy and
completeness, to include locating,
identifying, and interviewing all
parties involved. Responsible also for
ensuring that all associated documents
are in compliance with regulations while
also seeking clarification from the
Security Officer explaining all
corrections and improvements needed.
Also responsible for gathering and
compiling trends and suspicious activity
statistics for assigned shift.

UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS -- Camp
Pendleton, CA 2005 - 2009
An amphibious division of the United
States Navy responsible for safeguarding
national security and defense of the
United States.
Logistics Support Specialist
• Major duties included the
overall establishment, control, and
maintenance of transportation for
landing support and logistics on
beaches, ports (both air and sea),
landing zones, and various rails,
containers, and truck terminals in
support of combat and deployment
operations. Highly trained in the
concepts of landing support, landing
force support, arrival and departure
airfield operations, port operations,
helicopter landing zones, and rail head
operations.
• Position included extensive
skills in the areas of inventory
computation, assisting other team
members in the successful completion of
operational objectives, management, data
gathering, effective communication, and
customer service execution. Daily duties
included precise attention to detail,
effective communication, proficiency of
computer programs and inventory tracking
software when directed through the use
and application of the Automated
Information Systems (AIS). Proficient
use of the Automated Information System
was required as it is used as part of
the Defense Transportation System (DTS)
to track load data and interface
movement data. Supervised and assisted
in the management and service operations
of multiple units to include unit
personnel, supplies, equipment,
preparation, planning and strategic
mobility plans.
• Acted as a Combat Cargo
Assistant onboard Naval Amphibious
Shipboard Operations in accordance with
the Time Phased Force Deployment Data
(TPFDD) used in the successful
deployment and sustainment of forward
deployed forces.


Skills:
CERTIFICATIONS AND LICENSES

•Department of State (DoS) Secret
Security Clearance, 2011
•DynCorp International, World Wide
Protective Services (WPS) Certification
Course, 2011
•Bodyguard Training International, High
Risk PSD, EPS I Master Academy
Certification Course, 2010
•Bodyguard Training International,
Executive Protection, EPS II Master
Academy Certification Course,
2010
•Anti-Terrorism Training Awareness Level
1 Certification Course, 2010
•California Bureau of Security and
Investigative Services, Exposed Firearm
Permit, 2009
•California Bureau of Security and
Investigative Services, Security
Guard/Patrolperson Permit, 2009
•Nanpor Security Academy, Powers of
Arrest, Weapons of Mass Destruction,
Terrorism Awareness,
California Trespassing Laws
Certification Course, 2009
•U.S. Marine Corps, Combat Lifesavers
Course CPR/AED/First Aid Certification,
2009
•U.S. Marine Corps, Gas Chamber
Confidence Certification
•U.S. Marine Corps, Chemical,
Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and
Explosives (CBRNE) Certification
Course, 2007
•U.S. Marine Corps, Blood/Airborne
Pathogens Certification Course, 2007
•U.S. Marine Corps, Marine Combat
Training (Rifleman) Certification
Course, 2007
•U.S. Marine Corps, Urban/Mountain
Warfare Training Certifications Course,
2007
•U.S. Marine Corps, Land Navigations and
Tactical Operations Certification
Course, 2005


Additional Information:
COURSES AND SEMINARS

•High Threat Operations Diplomatic
Security, Moorefield Training Center,
WPS, (DoS approved), 2011
•Surveillance/Counter Surveillance
Detection, Bodyguard Training
International, 2010
•Driver Down Drills, Bodyguard Training
International, 2010
•Attacks on the Principle, Bodyguard
Training International, 2010
•Principles of Protection, Bodyguard
Training International, 2010
•Personal Advance, Bodyguard Training
International, 2010
•Anatomy of Protective Details,
Bodyguard Training International, 2010
•Domestic and International Details,
Bodyguard Training International, 2010
•360 Protocols and layers of Security,
Bodyguard Training International, 2010
•Arrivals and Departures, Bodyguard
Training International, 2010


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