Assistant Security Manager - Law Enforcement Security Safety Resume Se
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Assistant Security Manager Resume

Desired Industry: Law Enforcement/Security/Safety SpiderID: 13011
Desired Job Location: Los Angeles, California Date Posted: 5/29/2007
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: 01/01/07
Desired Wage: $40,000.00+
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: New Grad/Entry Level Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Other Willing to Relocate: No

To obtain a challenging and rewarding position as assistant security manager where my experience and leadership will be fully utilized to further organizational goals, and where upward mobility is based on accomplishments


Music center of Los Angeles County, Los Angeles, California, 2006-present
Armed Security Officer

•Managed the process of identifying and authorization/granting entrance to employees with proper authorizations and denying entrance to those not authorized. Made periodic checks throughout buildings & surrounding areas, to assure they were secured.

•Issued passes, provided directions and other information to visitors; kept daily logs of entrances and departures of visitors, as well as journals of daily activities. Observed persons who violated security regulations, and/or committed crimes, and related observations, to local law enforcement agencies; inspected delivery items; documented incident & accident reports; checked employees/visitors leaving facility for unauthorized removals of items.

•Exercised Close Protection for celebrities, conducted surveillance, internal and external security, and access control. Provided high caliber of customer focus and care (internal and external), asset protection, health and safety, communications and briefings. Liaising with clients and ensured compliance with established company guidelines, procedures, rules and regulations.

Glendale Police Department, Glendale, California, 2002-2005
Reserve Police Officer

•Ensured compliance with and enforced a full range of state, local laws, ordinances, rules and regulations as they pertain to law enforcement work, and the supervision of others engaged in such duties.

•Directed and coordinated emergency responses between law enforcement, security, fire, and other emergency units.

•Receives and acted on calls concerning reports of violations or complaints. Responsible for the proper and accurate preparation of law enforcement related reports and forms, including statements, advice of rights documents, accident reports, field investigation reports and other correspondence as necessary.

•Exercised arrest and apprehension authority, interviewed witnesses, victims and suspects in the course of investigating crimes, collecting evidence, arresting and charging criminal suspects, testifying in court, guarding entrances and directing traffic, crime and accident investigation procedures, evidence collection procedures, including suspect questioning, traffic and crowd control procedures, arrest and restraint of suspects

Wackenhut Services Inc., Pasadena, California, 2002-2005
N.A.S.A. Federal Officer

•Managed the protection of government property, materials, and equipment as well as personnel against injury, damage, fire, theft and possible acts of sabotage and espionage.

•Supervised the protection of high valued equipment, personnel and responded to incidents of theft, burglary, or other criminal activity.

•Implemented security measures to protect items from fire, theft, sabotage, loss, damage and destruction; controlled access to the facility after hours and on weekends; searched and escorted various types of supply and delivery vehicles; stood guard duty; performed roving security patrol and traffic control duties; performed duties related to the destruction of classified material via shredding; reviewed daily logs of entrances and departures of visitors, as well as journals of daily activities; prepared & documented statements on reports and security logs.

United States Army, Fort Stewart, Georgia, 1998-2001
Cavalry Scout (soldier, squad leader)

•Instructed combative training to soldiers within my section, functioned as squad leader, fire team leader and chalk leader operations. Supervised and controlled soldiers in their daily duties, asset protection, access control, report writing, health and safety policy and implementation, risk/threat analysis, problem identifying and implementing of solutions, shift management, supervising and identifying key areas of improvement, identifying training needs of soldiers and supervising their training to the relevant standards required, equipment husbandry, site planning and organization.

•Trained personnel in navigational skills, weapons qualification and basic military skills.

•As the non-commissioned officer in charge of Camp Kabal, I maintained 100% accountability of over $500K worth of equipment and ensured that the work assignments of subordinate soldiers are carried out, in compliance with organizational SOPs and policies.

Report Writing
Observation Skills and Memory
Patrol Techniques
Safety and the Protection Officer
Traffic Control
Crowd Control
Physical Security
Basic Alarm Systems
Central Alarm Stations and Dispatch Centers
Access Control
Computer Security
Information Security
Explosive Devices, Bomb Threats, and Search Procedures
Fire Prevention, Detection, and Response
Hazardous Materials
Protection Officers/Emergency Response Procedures
Strikes, Lockouts, and Labor Relations
Workplace Violence
Employee Dishonesty and Crime in Business
Substance Abuse
Effective Communications
Crisis Intervention
Security Awareness
Environmental Crime Control Theory
Communications and Interaction
Operational Risk
Emergency Planning and Disaster Control
Counter Terrorism and VIP Protection
Weapons of Mass Destruction: The NBC Threat
Operational Considerations
Crime Scene Procedures
Interviewing Techniques
Investigation Concepts and Practices
Investigation Concepts and Practices II
Legal Aspects of Security
Protection Officer Law (U.S.)
Use of Force
Defensive Tactics and Officer Safety
Apprehension and Detention Procedures
Public Relations
Police and Security Liaison
Ethics and Professionalism

Additional Information:

•Received Mayor’s Commendation from the City of Glendale for quick response and sound judgment to citywide emergency crisis.

•U.S. Army training in nuclear, biological, chemical detection and counter measures, including counter-terrorism training at Fort Polk.

•Passed multiple extensive background checks conducted by government contractor (Wackenhut Services Inc.) and city police department (City of Glendale).

•Successfully completed and graduated from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Academy for level 3-2 peace officer status. (over 440 hours of police academy training)

•Successfully completed and graduated from NASA Federal Law Enforcement Training Academy for federal officer status, including refresher courses.

•PC832 Certified (Peace Officers Standardized Testing) POST.

Available upon request.

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