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Director of Security Resume


Desired Industry: Law Enforcement/Security/Safety SpiderID: 81120
Desired Job Location: Lititz, Pennsylvania Date Posted: 6/21/2018
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: 06-22-2018
Desired Wage: 100000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: Yes, 25-50%
Highest Degree Attained: Masters Willing to Relocate: Yes


Objective:
Accomplished, top-performing, and strategic executive, offering extensive experience in leading law enforcement operations and training to ensure the overall safety and security of the public. Equipped with proven ability to conduct complex criminal investigations, respond to high-risk and emergency situations, and lead surveillance operations. Recognized for developing and implementing trainings and programs to maximize personnel’s capabilities in maintaining safety, while driving operational productivity and efficiency. Expert at integrating advanced technologies and streamlining business processes to attain strategic and personal goals and objectives.


Experience:
Major/Director, Bureau of Training and Education 2016-Present
Expertly lead all operations within the Basic Training and Operational Training Divisions which involve facilitating trainings to Pennsylvania State Police members and civilian employees, as well as federal, state, and municipal law enforcement officers
Provide keen management to six facilities throughout the state consisting of 100 civilian staff and sworn personnel, while directing all operational and administrative responsibilities of the Bureau involving budget and contract management, facility maintenance, acquisition, and new facilities planning, approvals, and authorizations
Serve as a primary instructor in the Leadership Development Program, specializing in effectively overseeing generational and individual differences in the workplace
Establish and implement policies and procedures for the bureau
Actively participate in various committees for the State Police including 21st Century Policing Workgroup, State Police Information Technology (IT) Subcommittee, Body Worn Camera Pilot Committee, and State Police Applicant Testing Committee
Implement a learning management software system into the basic training environment for testing and facilitating adult learning concepts for new Troopers
Develop a new course catalog for higher learning compatibility with partnering universities to guide and enhance the ability of enlisted members and civilian employees to work toward attaining the degrees in collaboration with various universities
Received appointment from the Commissioner and assigned to the academy to manage an on-going cadet class cheating incident. Implementing and executing significant cultural changes within the Bureau of Training and Education as a result of the investigation
Made major contributions in re-developing a 3-week leadership development program for executive-level commanders within the state police, as well as other state and municipal law enforcement executives
Conceptualized and facilitated a basic supervision program for new supervisors which involved establishing a mandatory requirement to maintain program participation upon promotion, prior to new supervisory assignment, thus decreasing backlog of more than 450 supervisors that had not previously attended
Maximized personnel and resources for equally distributed duties and responsibilities by evaluating, revamping, and implementing a new organizational structure, thereby driving efficiency for the bureau


Captain/Commanding Officer, Troop J 2012-2016
Spearheaded patrol, criminal investigations, staff services, operational, and administrative duties of the troop which included handling budgets, managing contracts, and providing approvals and authorizations through problem-solving and decision-making skills
Supervised approximately 250 sworn personnel and civilian employees at four stations to ensure timely work completion
Prepared, delegated, and reviewed reports to oversee troop internal affairs investigations
Evaluated performance and handled discipline issues

Captain/Director of Aviation and Special Services, Bureau of Emergency and Special Operations 2011-2012
Offered oversight to all facets of aviation and electronic surveillance divisions while managing 50 sworn personnel and civilian employees along with nine physical locations across the state
Efficiently fulfilled all aviation assets including fixed-wing aircraft, helicopters, and maintenance troubleshooting, and electronic surveillance operations involving undercover and wiretap investigations
Served as the project coordinator, in charge of evaluating and developing suggestions concerning aviation fleet and aviation patrol unit physical locations to the commissioner
Conducted in-depth research and created proposals for fleet consolidation/relocation, and new aircraft acquisitions of the department helicopters valued at $30M

Lieutenant/Criminal Investigation Section Commander, Troop J 2010-2011
Managed all operational criminal investigation functions in the Troop
Acted as the liaison, responsible for coordinating criminal intelligence information with federal, state, county, and municipal law enforcement agencies, Bureau of Criminal Investigation, and Bureau of Emergency and Special Operations
Led all major case team activations and criminal task forces
Worked collaboratively with other law enforcement agencies regarding joint activities and news media relations
Displayed skills in performing the following tasks:
Confidential and highly sensitive investigations assigned by the troop commander or the Bureau of Integrity and Professional Standards, Internal Affairs Division;
Inspections of station lines in the troop; and
Interviews and selection of investigators

Lieutenant-Captain/Incident Management Team Member, Office of Domestic Security 2008-2011
Bureau of Criminal Investigation (Part-Time)
Played an integral role as part of the All Hazards Incident Management Team within the state
Took charge of ensuring emergency preparedness and trainings; as well as addressing significant events within the state and outside the commonwealth

Lieutenant/Patrol Section Commander, Troop J and Troop L 2008-2010
Oversaw patrol operations and high-profile investigations encompassing Patrol Unit, collision analysis and reconstruction specialists, vehicle fraud unit, and the Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Team
Effectively identified and selected field training officers for the implementation of a probationary trooper program which involved conducting performance evaluations of probationary trooper progress

Lieutenant/Staff Services Section Commander, Troop J 2008
Efficiently directed four troop facilities along with various professionals including procurement and supply specialist, community services officers/public information officers, the Automotive Unit, and communications operations for the troop
Demonstrated competency in fulfilling the following roles:
Troop labor relations coordinator, to address grievance responses and participate in labor-management meetings;
Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) liaison, to facilitate troop-wide annual trainings; and conducting EEO investigations within the Troop
Troop right-to-know law liaison, to facilitate right-to-know law requests for information for Departmental Headquarters; and
Troop field safety representative to preside over hazardous substance awareness trainings on an annual basis
Played an integral role in attaining annual goals and objectives, as well as in completing the quarterly significant activity report

Sergeant/Criminal Investigation Unit Supervisor, Troop J 2007-2008
Oversaw duties and responsibilities performed by criminal investigation unit supervisors/corporals, fire marshals, intelligence officer, and the polygraph unit member
Closely interfaced with investigative teams to manage and coordinate major criminal investigations and activities, while conducting meetings
Functioned effectively as a liaison for the District Attorney’s Office and the media
Held responsibility in arranging schedules, analyzing and generating reports, and providing recommendations regarding background investigations to the troop commander

Earlier Positions Held:
Sergeant/Hazardous Device and Explosive Technician (Bomb Tech) 2005-2008
Hazardous Device and Explosive Section, Bureau of Emergency and Special Operations (Part-Time Responsibility)

Corporal-Sergeant/Special Emergency Response Team Tactical Section Supervisor and Training Officer 2003-2007
Special Emergency Response Team, Bureau of Emergency and Special Operations

Corporal-Sergeant/Special Emergency Response Team Tactical Unit Member 1998-2008
Bureau of Emergency and Special Operations (Part-Time Responsibility)

Corporal/Criminal Investigation Unit Supervisor, Troop J
Corporal/Patrol Unit Supervisor, Troop J
Trooper/Criminal Investigator, Troop J
Trooper/Patrol Unit Member, Troop J


Education:
Master’s in Business Administration (MBA), 2010  Eastern University, Saint Davids, PA
Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice  Shippensburg University, Shippensburg, PA
Certificate in Criminal Justice and Political Science, 2013 | (FBI NA-252nd Class) 
University of Virginia, Federal Bureau of Investigation National Academy, Quantico, VA
Leadership in Police Organizations, 2008  International Association of Chiefs of Police, Center for Leadership, Hershey, PA
Hazardous Device Technician (Bomb Tech) Certification, 2005
Federal Bureau of Investigation Hazardous Devices School, Huntsville, AL


Affiliations:
Board Member, Constables Education and Training Board, Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency, 2017–Present
Board Member, Pennsylvania State Police Historical, Educational and Memorial Center, 2017–Present
Board Member and Eastern Region Representative, State and Provincial Police Academy Directors, 2017–Present
School Director Appointment, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Municipal Police Officers Education and
Training Commission Act 120, 2017
Member, Federal Bureau of Investigation National Academy Associates (FBI NAA)
Member, International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP)


Skills:
Incident and Crisis Management
Budget Handling and Administration
Organizational Leadership and Staff Development
Resource Planning and Delegation
Contract Handling and Negotiations
Data Gathering and Analysis
Disaster and Emergency Responses
Process Monitoring and Evaluation


Additional Information:
Awards and Honors

Pennsylvania State Police, Baltimore City Support Detail Service Award, 2015
Pennsylvania State Police, Blooming Grove Service Award, 2014
Pennsylvania State Police Troop Commanders Letter of Commendation, 2009
Commissioners Significant Operations Award, Briggs Manhunt, 2004
Commissioners Significant Operations Award, Gubernatorial Inauguration, 2004
Commissioners Significant Operations Award, National Governors Association Convention, 2000
Commissioners Significant Operations Award, Gubernatorial Inauguration, 1999
Commissioners Significant Operation Service Award, Presidential Summit for America’s Future, 1997

Professional Development

Recent Trainings:
2017
Taser International, Taser Instructor Course
Force Science, Understanding and Applying the Principles of Force
Elizabethtown College, Instructor Development Series
National Center for Biomedical Research and Training, Site Protection through Observational Techniques (TTT) Awareness Level, Train the Trainer
RITE Academy, Racial Intelligence Training and Engagement
2016
Fitness Coordinator Certification, FitForce Physical Readiness Solutions
2015
Pennsylvania State Police, Gathering, Handling, Exploiting Cyber Evidence
2013
US Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance, Criminal Intelligence Systems Operating Policies (28 CFR Part 23) Online Training Certification
Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Computer Crimes for Police Supervisors
Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Intelligence Theory and Application
Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Leadership, Ethics and Decision Making
Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Stress Management
Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Fitness for Law Enforcement
Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Legal Issues for Command Level Officers
2012
Pennsylvania State Police, Command Adjudication Training
2011
Pennsylvania State Police, Class “A” Wiretapping and Electronic Surveillance Training and Certification Program
Pennsylvania State Police, Electronic Surveillance Overview for Commanders and Supervisors
Federal Emergency Management Agency, National Incident Management System Communication and Information Management IS-704
Federal Emergency Management Agency, National Incident Management System Resource Management IS-703.a
Federal Emergency Management Agency, National Incident Management System Public Information Systems IS-702.a
Federal Emergency Management Agency, National Incident Management System Multiagency Coordination System (MACS) IS-701.a
2010
US Department of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration, Drug Unit Commanders Academy (#70), El Paso Intelligence Center, El Paso, Texas
2009
Federal Emergency Management Agency, Continuity of Operations Awareness Course IS-546
Pennsylvania Chiefs of Police Association, The Bullet Proof Mind, Lt. Col. David Grossman
Federal Emergency Management Agency, National Incident Management System, National Response Framework IS-800.b
2008
Team One Network, Tactical Breaching Techniques
Pennsylvania State Police/Federal Aviation Administration, Flying Armed
Federal Emergency Management Agency, All Hazards Incident Management Team Training
Federal Emergency Management Agency, National Incident Management, Advanced ICS Command and General Staff-Complex Incidents IS-400
Federal Emergency Management Agency, National Incident Management, Intermediate ICS for Expanding Incidents for Operational First Responders IS-300




Technical Acumen

Microsoft Programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook, and OneNote) | Mac and PC


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