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Desired Industry: Law Enforcement/Security/Safety SpiderID: 64089
Desired Job Location: Strasburg, Virginia Date Posted: 9/20/2012
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 75000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Other Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
Highly focused and committed security
and protection professional, offering
extensive background in various security
disciplines, including all aspects of
security, law enforcement, and fire
protection operations to maintain a
secured environment. Equipped with keen
understanding of pertinent laws, legal
codes, government regulations, and
executive orders coupled with
comprehensive knowledge of equipment,
policies, procedures, and strategies to
promote effective local, state, or
national security operations for the
protection of people. Diligent and able
to multitask effectively within fast-
paced, high-pressure, sensitive, and
exceedingly demanding environments.
Armed with excellent work ethic and
recognized for “going the extra mile” to
exceed expectations. Technically
proficient with Microsoft Office Suite
(Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook).


Experience:
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE


FAIRFAX COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE -
FAIRFAX, VA
Deputy Sheriff Private First Class
2007-Present

- Assume full responsibility in
performing all necessary obligations for
the designated post.
- Display exceptional awareness of
the city operation in accomplishing
assigned tasks encompassing intelligence
reports, plans, surveillance, and
current updates.
- Render active engagement in
inspecting all safety equipment to
ensure good condition; check all
emergency doors to guarantee they are
locked.
- Conduct physical headcount and
cross-check three times daily utilizing
databases.
- Deliver exemplary performance in
checking inmates’ safety as well as
supervising and maintaining inmate
accountability to avoid disturbances,
assaults, and escapes for the security
of inmates and the civilian population.
- Perform various
responsibilities, which include
accompanying inmate to court, medical
and dental checks, classes, or any other
approved activities.
- Exemplify outstanding capability
in interacting and dealing with 50-100
inmates at a time.
- Lead efforts in ensuring that
all inmates receive appropriate meals,
such as breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as
well as checking health conditions and
religious restrictions.
- Leverage excellent verbal Judo
knowledge and attentiveness all the time
to prevent conflicts among inmates and
attacks to officer.
- Play a pivotal role within the
receiving area in listing and searching
every person’s coming into the jail.
- Demonstrate adeptness and
experience in dealing with different
levels of inmates and issues in 1 of
approximately 40 different posts
- Exemplify outstanding capability
in immediately resolving and creating
report on any issues occurred during the
shift.

Notable Contributions:
- Earned Letter of Appreciation
for delivering training to almost 70
deputies in using level A and level B
Hazmat suit.
- Received the Captain’s Coin for
recommending and integrating an
emergency response bag as well as for
rendering assistance and aid in a
vehicle crash while off duty.

UNITED STATE MARINE CORPS -
Aircraft Rescue Firefighter |Technical
Rescue Marine – Corporal 2003-
2007

- Delivered outstanding leadership
while deployed at Okinawa as crew chief
and fire truck driver.
- Maintained direct involvement to
the Chemical Biological Incident
Response Force (the response team for
the D.C. area in case of another 9/11)
while in Indian Head, Maryland.
- Applied extensive knowledge on
numerous disciplines of advanced rescue,
which included rope rescue, trench
rescue, breaching and breaking, heavy
lifting and moving, and shoring.


Education:
CERTIFICATIONS


CPR |First Aid |AED Certification
VCIN Level B Initial Certification

Certified Cop - Basic Law Enforcement
Academy
Airport Fire Fighter | Firefighter I and
II
Hazmat Awareness and Operations |
Structural Collapse Technician



PROFESSIONAL TRAINING


WMD Awareness (FBI)
Terrorist Trends: Domestic and
International Terrorism
Your Rights and Responsibilities
Regarding ADA and Sexual Harassment
Public Speaking 101 | Exploring the
Sexual Offender | Project Life Saver |
Conducted Energy Device (Taser)
Fitness and Nutrition for LE | NIMS- ICS
100/200/700 Session
Basic Jailor & Ct. Sec. /Civ. Proc.
Academy | Emergency Vehicle Operation
United States Marine Corps Basic
Training | School of Infantry (Marine
Combat Training)
AAA Driver Improvement Program | Fire
Protection Apprentice Course

IS-00011: Animals in Disaster, Community
Planning | IS-00010: Animals in
Disaster, Awareness and Preparedness
IS-00008.a: Building for the Earthquakes
of Tomorrow
IS-00100.HE: Introduction to the
Incident Command System ICS-100 for
Higher Education
IS-00271: Anticipating Hazardous Weather
& Community Risk
IS-00700.a: National Incident Management
System (NIMS) An Introduction
IS-00100.a: Introduction to the Incident
Command System, ICS-100
IS-00100.PWa: Introduction to the
Incident Command System | ICS-100 for
Public Works
IS-00100.HC: Introduction to Incident
Command System, ICS-100 for Health
Care/Hospitals
IS-00100.Lea: Introduction to the
Incident Command System,
ICS-100: for Law Enforcement | IS-
00100.SCa: Introduction to Incident
Command System
ICS-100 for School | IS-00007: A
Citizen's Guide to Disaster Assistance
IS-00055: Household Hazardous Materials
A Guide for Citizens
IS-00022: Are You Ready? An In-depth
Guide to Citizen Preparedness | IS-
00026: Guide to Points of Distribution
IS-00015.a: Special Events Contingency
Planning for Public Safety Agencies
IS-00860.a: Introduction to the National
Infrastructure Protection Plan (NIPP)
IS-00860IS-00230: Principles of
Emergency Management | IS-00005.A: An
Introduction to Hazardous Materials
IS-00102: Deployment Basics for FEMA
Response Partners | IS-00208: State
Disaster Management
IS-00836: Nuclear/Radiological Incident
Annex | IS-00242: Effective
Communication
IS-00241: Decision Making and Problem
Solving | IS-00240: Leadership and
Influence
IS-00292: Disaster Basics | IS-00003:
Radiological Emergency Management


Affiliations:
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Skills:
AREAS OF EXPERTISE


Security Operations
Client Relations Management
Leadership and Team Building
Regulatory Affairs and Compliance
Operations Management
Strategic and Tactical Planning
Security Training and Development
Policy Development and Implementation


Additional Information:
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Reference:
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