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Desired Industry: Law Enforcement/Security/Safety SpiderID: 65570
Desired Job Location: Fort McMurray, Alberta Date Posted: 11/26/2012
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: 2013-01-03
Desired Wage: $80,000.00
U.S. Work Authorization: No
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel: Yes, 50-75%
Highest Degree Attained: Other Willing to Relocate: Yes


Objective:
RE: GAR010

My objective is to obtain employment with Garda Corp. as a security supervisor.

I have related experience in the area of surveillance and security.

I work as a investigator with the Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority in the province of Sask. I inspect and investigate the Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority casinos and charitable gaming for adherence to the policy and procedures and to the terms and conditions.

I am committed to further training and will participate and complete any training requirements where necessary.

I hope I can be of some interest to you now or in the near future.


Experience:
Sask. Liquor & Gaming Authority
Investigator/Compliance Saskatoon, SK.
May, 2077 to present

I am presnetly employed with The Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority. I am responsible for conducting inspections of and investigations into casino gaming and licensed charitable gaming functions, gaming empoyees' backgrounds and gaming suppliers to ensure compliance with The Alcohol and Gaming Regulation Act 1997, The Alcohol Control Regulation Act 2002, various terms and conditions for charitable gaming and The Criminal Code of Canada. I am a Peace Officer under The Saskatchewan Police Act.

Sask. Justice, Public Complaints Commission, Saskatoon, Sask.
Police Complaints Investigator
July, 2005 to October, 2006

My responsibilities was to investigate complaints made pursuant to Part IV of The Police Act 1990. Part IV of the Police Act provides for external civilian review and investigation of public complaints against the municipal officers in the province. The role of the position is to thoroughly and impartially investigate complaints againts police officers at all levels, balancing and protecting the rights of complainants, witnesses and police officers, to ensure all of the facts are revealed. I had Peace Officer status under The Police Act 1990.

Indigenous Gaming Regulatgors Inc.
Saskatoon, Sask.
Sr. Licensing Officer
July, 2003 to June, 2005

I was part of the team involved with the capacity building process. Research and developement of policy & procedures and the terms and conditons of charitable gaming on designated reserves in the province.

Royal Canadian Mounted Police
"F" Division, Regina, Sask.
February 1979 to July 2003

I served 24 plus years with the RCMP and did general policing duities and plain cloths duties all within the province of Saskatchewan. I conducted investigations and inquiries in relation to offences under the Criminal Code of Canada, The Controlled Drugs and Substance Act, and other Federal or Provincial Statutes.







Education:
Saskatoon Business College
Business Administration Diploma, 1995.

Kelsey Institute of Applied Arts and Science, Saskatoon, Sask. 1996
Social Service Worker, Certificate,

University of Saskatchewan
Saskatoon, Sask.
Ats & Science (1 year) 1994


Skills:
Windows, 2000, XP
Microsoft Office (Word, Excel. Outlook, access)

Investigative Skills, Interpersonal Skills and Interviewing Techneques.


Additional Information:
Training Attributes:
Indigenous Gaming Regulators - Table Games Training
North American Gaming Regulators - Conference.
Effective Negotiating - Karrass
Conflict Management
Grammar and Usage Course - U of S
Forensic Interviewing - Canadian Police College, Ottawa, ON
Sask, liquor and Gaming Authority - Customer Service Excellence, Aboriginal Culture Awareness, Safety Essentials Training, Respectful Workplace and Privacy Training Level 1
Investigative Interviewing - Calgary, AB

I am a First Nation member of the Canoe Lake First Nation, Sask. I speak Cree fluently and I am active in hockey, ball and outdoor sports.

If at all possible, can you provide me a fax number or email address; I would like to forward my resume for your review.


Reference:
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