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Desired Industry: Law Enforcement/Security/Safety SpiderID: 58831
Desired Job Location: Rogers, Arkansas Date Posted: 3/22/2012
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 90000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Other Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
Visionary; reliable and effective
Security Specialist, with remarkable
experience in identifying critical areas
of concern, initiating immediate
improvements, and ensuring compliance
with specific policies and regulations.
Possess dynamic operations management
career reflecting ability to assume
collaborative and leadership
responsibilities. Skilled at dealing and
assisting with people of varying levels
of understanding, juveniles, unruly
persons, misdemeanants, felons and enemy
combatants. Globally experienced officer
with broad exposure to various
organizational operations and
methodologies throughout The United
States, Iraq, and Afghanistan.
Proficient with military grade weapons.
Trained and licensed to operate multiple
types of military and civilian emergency
vehicles/weapons, including Glock, M4,
Shotgun, M240, M249 , and M203 with
familiarization fire for AK47. Possess
Class “A” Commercial Driver’s License.

- Background includes expertise in
Combat Arms, Military Police, and
Personal Security
- Personable individual with
expertise in providing and using
effectual instructional and training
programs to support subordinates easily
understand the general operational
principles and concepts
- Expert at solving critical
problems and making sound decisions
relating to law enforcement work in both
combat and civilian law enforcement
environment
- Adept at maintaining standard
safety practices and procedures common
to law enforcement work
- Possess Department of Defense
“SECRET” Clearance. Currently holds
Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) of
Military Police with Battle Staff
Additional Skill Identifier (ASI); as
well as acquire an additional MOS in
Combat Arms career field as Infantryman
and Artillery


Experience:
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

535TH MILITARY POLICE BATTALION
HEADQUARTERS, HEADQUARTERS COMPANY ~
Parwan Province, Afghanistan
Military Police, Battalion Future
Operations Noncommissioned Officer in
Charge May 2011–Present
Provide proactive leadership to a
Military Police Battalion deployed to
Afghanistan in support of Operation
Enduring Freedom; conceptualize and
direct current and future operations for
a Battalion Task Force with 4 Military
Police Companies and 2 Navel Support
Companies conducting detention
operations at the Detention Facility at
Parwan; create operations orders,
fragmentary orders, and mission
analysis. Facilitate operations between
staff sections, units, and higher
headquarters.

Key Contributions:
- Drove efforts to administer
future operations in support of the
military decision-making process (MDMP)
- Played a pivotal role in
coordinating information and other
products and guiding the battle staff
during combat operations in Afghanistan
- Efficiently conducted and
successfully accomplished missions with
minimal supervision
- Facilitated Key Leader
Engagements by working closely with
decision makers at their respective
level to discuss the benefits of the
program and its alignment to the
mission’s goals and objectives
- Maintained and supervised
Battalion Combat Power Report to bring
battle staff knowledge into highest
levels
- Initiated and executed Shura
Release Coordination and Support
- Proactively engaged in
developing and updating Standard
Operating Procedures; a 226-page
document used as the basis for detention
operations standard operating procedures
- Acted as the Unit Prevention
Leader, responsible for collecting
specimens, scheduling training,
assisting prevention programs, and
serving as the subject matter expert

Department of Veterans Affairs ~ City of
West Palm Beach, FL
Supervisory Police Officer (Lieutenant)
Jan 2005–Jul 2011
Managed protection of life and property
at VA Medical Center and surrounding
out–patient clinics. Interfaced with
U.S. Magistrate Judges, Assistant U.S.
District Attorneys, U.S. Marshalls, GSA
Police, staff of the Inspector General,
and other outside law enforcement
agencies. Maintained proper performance
of duty, enforcement of laws,
regulations, and orders by all personnel
under direct supervision. Generated and
explained to employees the government
agency operational processes and
procedures to maintain and increase
service levels to both internal and
external customers.

Key Contributions:
- Assigned to oversee and
participate in Personal Security of
visiting high level Government Officials
- Identified multiple
discrepancies and conceptualized
effective solutions for various human
resource concerns
- Contributed in proper selection
of new police officers and official
police personnel for various schools in
adherence to the qualifications provided
by the Department of Veterans Affairs
Law Enforcement Training Center
- Wrote and disseminated various
official and semiofficial correspondence
for executives review and signature
- Assumed the roles of the Primary
Time and Attendance Coordinator,
confirming that the time and attendance
records were properly submitted and
certification from the employee and
supervisor were acquired
- Analyzed and defined
administrative programs, systems, and
methods to determine ways/areas needing
improvements at local and management
levels
- Enhanced several special
emphasis programs, such as the Federal
Equal Employment Opportunity Program
(EEO) and the Safety program by
conducting weekly safety inspections of
the Medical Center with the safety
committee
- Instrumental in creating
standard operating procedures (SOP) for
the new Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
(PTSD) clinic
- Utilized strong problem-solving
skills for various complaints from
veterans, visitors, contractors, and
employees, fostering a climate of
cooperation and team work
- Fulfilled expanded
responsibility of the Chief and
Assistant Chief of Police, exercising
operational control in situational law
enforcement and security

320TH USAR MILITARY POLICE DETACHMENT-
INTERNMENT RESETTLEMENT INFORMATION
CENTER (FORWARD) ~ Baghdad, Iraq
Military Police, Theater Detainee
Reporting Center, Noncommissioned
Officer in Charge Apr 2008–Aug
2009
Functioned as the Non-Commissioned
Officer In Charge (NCOIC) of the Theater
Detainee Reporting Center (TDRC); in a
Multi-National Joint Operations Center
(Joint Task-Force 134/Detainee
Operations) located on Victory Base,
Baghdad, Iraq. TDRC is the forward
(Iraq) component of the National
Detainee Reporting Center in Washington,
DC; focused on tracking all detained
persons and reporting all biographic and
biometric data for persons detained in
association with the Global War on
Terrorism (OEF/OIF) to General Officers
and the Secretary of Defense. As the
TDRC NCOIC and being the senior Military
Police Officer for the MP Detachment
responsible for the health, safety,
welfare, housing, training, weapons, and
work load distribution of 12 subordinate
U.S. Army service members

Key Contributions:
- Maintained constant coordination
with the U.S. Army General Officers and
Navy Admirals utilizing notes and
PowerPoint presentations designed to
maximize the effectiveness of the Joint
Task Force
- Solely developed and ensured
accuracy of reports prior to delivery to
the highest levels of government, which
involved the Secretary of Defense and
the top US Commander in Iraq
- Secured information and data
from several agencies, such as the
National Ground Intelligence Center
(NGIC), Criminal Investigation Task
Force (CITF), Defense Intelligence
Agency (DIA), United States Central
Command (CENTCOM), and the Government of
Iraq in order to keep commanders and
senior leaders informed
- Acted as the primary point-of-
contact for the four Theater Internment
Facilities (TIF) in Iraq whenever there
was a question regarding the detention,
processing, transferring, and/or the
collection of bio-metric information
- Fostered an open communication
between the TDRC, outside agencies, and
theater interment facilities

3220TH UNITED STATES ARMY RESERVE
GARRISON SUPPORT UNIT ~ Fort Stewart, GA
Military Police Traffic Accident
Investigator/Provost Marshall Cell
(Deployed) Sep 2001–Oct 2003
Served as Traffic Accident Investigator
in Ft. Stewart, Georgia. Conducted
investigation on accidents with injuries
involving government vehicles.
Spearheaded a section of 10 men in
support of the security and Army
installation law and order operations.
Prepared sworn statements, affidavits,
in-depth reports, and follow-up on
information provided on a daily basis.

Key Contributions:
- Guaranteed police security of
the army community through securing
critical army resources, administering
crime prevention programs, and
preserving law and order on Ft. Stewart,
a community of more than 50,00 residents
with approximately 100,000 vehicles
entering the installation daily
- Immediately recognized and
arrested violators, as well as
interrogated suspects to maintain
credibility of security operations
- Setup and confirmed streamlined
operation of the Intoxilizer 5000
Breathalyzer equipment, pursued
vehicles, and captured violators when
enforcing traffic regulations/laws
- Demonstrated unsurpassed
leadership in supervising military
police teams during battlefield
operations; managed battlefield
circulation control, area security,
personal security, prisoner of war
operations, civilian internee
operations, and law and order operations
on the battlefield
- Effectively functioned as the
Lead Police Officer/Investigator on
fatal accidents in Kuwait
- Took initiative in investigating
and documenting massive fire that
occurred in Camp Udari, Kuwait and
showing all findings to the Provost
Marshall and the Company Command
Sergeant Major
- Received special assignment to
join the Personal Security Detachment
(PSD) deployed to protect the Assistant
Division (3rd Infantry) Commander
(Maneuver) General Austin III in Iraq

TYCO INTERNATIONAL ~ Boca Raton, FL
Assistant Building Engineer Apr
1998–Jan 2005
Led maintenance and repair of a 220,000
square foot facility, which included
structure, equipment, and grounds.
Directed the Maintenance Team of two
technicians. Created and monitored
maintenance agreements for building
grounds, systems, and equipment. Coached
outside contractors on housekeeping,
pest control, utilities, waste
management, and landscaping. Facilitated
operative and preventative maintenance.
Key Contributions:
- Drove efforts in achieving goals
while effectively managing competing
priorities; leveraged focus accuracy,
thoroughness, and keen attention to
attention detail in delivering quality
output
- Conducted thorough assessment on
financial obligations and proposals in
accordance to budget/financial
management laws and regulations
- Ensured alignment of all
building maintenance functions,
including HVAC, electrical, plumbing,
housekeeping, grounds maintenance,
elevators, and finishes


Education:
EDUCATION

Coursework in Criminal Justice
University of Phoenix ~ Ft Lauderdale,
FL

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Anti-Terrorism Level I Awareness
Training: 2012
Combating Trafficking in Persons General
Awareness Course (CTIP): 2012
Army Traffic Safety Program, Accident
Avoidance Course for Army Motor Vehicle
Driving: 2011
80 Hour Detective Training Course: 2010
81st RRC HMMWV Egress Assistance Trainer
(Heat) Training: 2011
Military Police Composite Risk
Management Branch Course: 2008
Conducting and Documenting Evaluations
Course: 2008
Department of Homeland Security
Organization and Functions Course: 2008
Inter-Service Non-Lethal Individual
Weapons Course: 2008
United States Army Battle Staff
Noncommissioned Officer Course: 2007
New Supervisory Police Officer Training
Course: 2007
80-Hour Traffic Accident Investigation
Course: 2006
Military Police Advanced NCO Course II,
2d BN (MP)/108th REGT: 2005
Radar Operator Rectification: 2005
Basic Police Officer Training Course:
2005
Commanders Safety Course: 2005
Internment/Resettlement Specialist
(Conversion): 2005
Army Correspondence Course Program-
Prepare to Conduct Training: 2004
Army Correspondence Course Program-
Executing and Assessing Training: 2004
Basic Noncommissioned Officer Course I,
218th REGT: 2002
Basic Noncommissioned Officer Course II,
2d BN (MP)/108th REGT: 2002
Certified to conduct Breath and Alcohol
Testing-State of Georgia: 2002
Drug Law Enforcement School for
Patrol Officers: 2002
Military Police Basic Course I, 2d BN
(MP)/108th REGT: 2001
Military Police Basic Course II, 2d BN
(MP)/3dBDE (CS)/100th DIV: 2001


Affiliations:
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Skills:
AREAS OF EXPERTISE

- General and Operational
Management
- Security Operations
- Team Building and Leadership
- Information Collection and
Analysis
- Regulatory Compliance
- Investigative Techniques


Additional Information:
AWARDS AND RECOGNITION

IRAQ CAMPAIGN MEDAL WITH TWO CAMPAIGN
STARS ~ ARMY COMMENDATION MEDAL (3) ~
ARMY ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL (2) ~ NATIONAL
DEFENSE SERVICE MEDAL (2ND AWARD) ~
GLOBAL WAR ON TERRORISM EXPEDITIONARY
MEDAL ~ GLOBAL WAR ON TERRORISM SERVICE
MEDAL ~ ARMED FORCES RESERVE MEDAL WITH
M DEVICE (2) WITH BRONZE HOUR GLASS
DEVICE ~ NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICER
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT RIBBON (3) ~
ARMY SERVICE RIBBON; OVERSEAS SERVICE
RIBBON ~ ARMY RESERVE COMPONENT OVERSEAS
TRAINING RIBBON

“Personal Appreciation Letter” from the
US Army General Larry Ellis: 2003
“Certification of Recognition” from the
BTRY B 2/265 ADA (Hawk) Florida Army
National Guard “Night Hawks-First to
Fire”: 1999
Certificate of Achievement from the
Department of Army: 2008
“Veteran’s Affairs Valor Award” from the
Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary
Jim Nicholson
“Certificate of Apperception Award” from
the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the
Department of Veterans Affairs Office of
Security and Law Enforcement John H.
Baffa for accomplished efforts in the
aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in New
Orleans


Reference:
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