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Desired Industry: Law Enforcement/Security/Safety SpiderID: 11479
Desired Job Location: Fairfax, Virginia Date Posted: 2/28/2007
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: 03/01/2007
Desired Wage:
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel: Yes, 50-75%
Highest Degree Attained: High School/Equivalent Willing to Relocate: No Preference

01/17/2006- 07 July 2006 Spectrum Security Services.,
Manila, Philippines,1227
Conducting Security Audits & reporting, designing & implementing Security programs for various clients, training & designing training programs for guards, marketing, and other duties as assigned. , His programs and suggestions saved client's a significant amount of money as well as ensuring that the guard force was performing their duties to standard, and that the client's security posture was sufficient to overcome any possible threat. In this position he was responsible for monitoring &supervising up to the 950 officers working for his company, as well as ensuring that they received periodic retraining to remain proficient in their duties and kept up to breast on the latest trends in the industry. He currently possesses a Certified Security Professional certification through the Philippine Society of Industrial Security

10/2004 – 10/2005
Responsible for monitoring security operations at the headquarters for the CIVPOL program- which is a State Department contract- and supervising local national contract guards to ensure that they are proficient in security procedures as well as performing corrective measures when they are not. Additional duties included coming up with new security measures and implementing them; giving feedback to supervisors regarding security procedures in place or being considered; directing security force response to enemy attack and other emergency situations. Also responsible for VIP protection

4/2003 – 8/2004 274TH Military Police Company-Afghanistan
Duties included: providing support to the battlefield by conducting area security, prisoner of war and law and order operations .Patrolling areas on foot, by car or by boat ,- Interviewing witnesses, victims and suspects in the course of investigating crimes - Collecting fingerprints and other evidence - Arresting and charging criminal suspects - Training and walking with police dogs - Testifying in court - Guarding entrances and direct traffic - Military and civil laws and jurisdiction - Crime and accident investigation procedures - Evidence collection procedures, including fingerprinting and suspect questioning - Use of firearms - Traffic and crowd control procedures - Arrest and restraint of suspect-VIP\ DIGNITARY protection
12/2002 - 3/2003 U.S. ARMY National Guard Bureau, Arlington VA USA POLICE OFFICER
Performed law enforcement and crime prevention duties to maintain law and order. Demonstrated a police presence on Arlington Hall by patrolling designated area(s) of the Post on foot to preserve law and order to prevent and discover the commission of crime. Directed traffic and enforced motor vehicle operation\ parking regulations. Secures and processes the crime scene, conducts preliminary investigations, gathers evidence, obtain witness statements and, if necessary, make arrests. Performs fixed post operations located within the interior of Arlington Hall or at perimeter gates. When performing duties at perimeter gates, access to the post is controlled and officers prepare and maintain gate logs, visitor and vehicle registers. Regulates pedestrian and vehicular traffic to prevent accidents and to ease congestion and parking problems. Establishes emergency procedures for the flow of traffic around the accident scene. Administers first aid / assists in the evacuation of injured persons.
9/1999 - 12/2002 Georgetown University Law Center, Washington, D.C.,USA
Patrol Officer Duties: Patrolling the campus for safety\security concerns; escorting unauthorized personnel off the premises; responding to client requests; signing in guests ,visitors, and contractors; issuing keys to employees and maintaining accountability of them; monitoring CCTVs\alarm systems, phones, radios, report writing.
Security Operations Center duties: Monitoring alarm systems which consisted of CCTVs and computerized alarm\access systems.Also responsible for: Answering phones, maintaining shift and pass on logs; report writing; knowledge of SOPs for all posts, notifying local emergency services\police in case of emergency; additional duties as needed. This is a supervisory position.
5/1999 - 9/1999 Vance International SPECIAL POLICE OFFICER.
Basic Security duties -as described below-at a government contract in Washington, D.C.
2/1998 5/1999 Wackenhut International- Assistant Shift Supervisor\Security Operations Center
Assigned to The International Monetary Fund Responsible for monitoring fire\ safety \security systems which consisted of CCTVs and computerized alarm\access systems. Also responsible for: Answering phones; assisting VIPs or various Heads of State ;Assisting Fund employees with security problems and Field Security \Medical emergencies; maintaining shift and pass on logs; report writing knowledge of SOPs for all posts; managing shift\officers so that the Shift Commander could respond to emergencies or special events. Position also entailed extensive contact with Fund Security Management Team, which involved briefing them on emergencies. Assumed Shift Commander position when needed. In this capacity I was responsible the supervision of 10 to 15 officers.

9/1996 - 2/1998 Omnisec International-
National Institutes of Health
Duties included: access control patrolling the premises for security related concerns, report writing, maintaining a shift log, equipment \property control by using a property pass system, client interaction and responding to client requests.
1/1996 - 9/1996 Securiguard Security,
Special Police Officer
Assigned to the Watergate Hotel and the Clinton\Gore Re-election Campaign.
Duties included: Patrolling the hotel for safety\security concerns; escorting unauthorized personnel off the premises; responding to client requests; signing in guests ,visitors, and contractors; issuing keys to employees and maintaining accountability of them; monitoring CCTVs\fire\security alarms, phones , radios, report writing-including incident ,theft ,and accident reports, receiving mail deliveries and ensuring their delivery to appropriate personnel; contacting emergency services when necessary; liaison with State Department and FBI personnel at the hotel with VIPs and their entourages.
Duties at the Clinton Campaign headquarters included: maintaining access by signing in guests, visitors, and employees; property control by using property passes; patrolling the headquarters for safety\security concerns; extensive interaction with the client contact as well as making security related suggestions and following their requests with respect to VIPs.
10/1994 - 8/1995 82ND Airborne Division, U.S. Army-Observer
Served as an observer in accordance with the Camp David Accords with the Multi National Forces (MFO). Monitored for violations of accord while stationed in the Sinai Desert, Egypt.

7/1991 - 7/1994 Vance International Security- Dignitary Protection
Duties included: Security agent at the Saudi Embassy and Embassy of Qatar in Washington, D.C.
Additionally, posted as a Diplomatic Security Agent for both a high level Saudi Diplomat’s family and at the Ambassador of Qatar’s residence.
5/1986 - 8/1989 U.S. Army Infantry
A Co 5/14 Inf,25th ID Hawaii

2000—2001-AMERICAN MILITARY UNIVERSITY Major: Criminal Justice

08/1999 U.S ARMY RESERVE MILITARY POLICE ACADEMY Major: Military Justice\Police Operations

Philippines Society of Industrial Security.

American Chamber of Commerce-Philippines

Security Management
Security Auditing
Several courses in basic\ armed security.
Several courses in Basic First Aid \ CPR\First Responder
Defensive tactics \ Unarmed self-defense.
Handcuffing classes.
Military Police Academy
U.S Constitutional Law courses
U.S Federal Law courses
Baton \ nightstick classes.
Defensive Driving
Patrol Techniques
Executive Protection Course through Executive Security International

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