International Intelligence And Law Enforcement Operations Advisor - La
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International Intelligence And Law Enforcement Operations Advisor Resume

Desired Industry: Law Enforcement/Security/Safety SpiderID: 57425
Desired Job Location: Galloway, Ohio Date Posted: 1/31/2012
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 100000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel: Yes, 25-50%
Highest Degree Attained: Masters Willing to Relocate: No

Self-motivated, high-performing, and
dedicated professional, offering
extensive experience in conducting
intelligence and counterintelligence
investigations, combined with proven
expertise in managing highly complex
intelligence operations. Equipped with
wide-ranging skills in overseeing,
identifying, and analyzing evidence
utilizing numerous source intelligence
collection platforms to present an
integrated picture of the ground reality
for combat and investigative
initiatives. Exemplify comprehensive
background in federal system,
complemented with wide-ranging capacity
in conducting long-term, multifaceted
criminal investigations across local and
international areas of responsibility.
Capable of collaborating well with
individuals from all levels of the
organization to expedite intelligence
collection. Powered with decisive
judgment, critical thinking, delegation
skills, and the ability to work with
minimum supervision in a fast-paced and
challenging work setting. Considered as
a scholar of Islamic studies; possess
vast exposure in working in Muslim
countries. Articulate communicator;
fluent in English, with working
knowledge of the Arabic language. Held a
Top Secret SCI clearance and currently
possess a secret clearance.

Intelligence and Law Enforcement Officer
and Advisor (GS-13) 2007~Present
Afghanistan - Operation Enduring
Freedom: Two tours of duty in Nuristan
and Parwan Province.
- Serve as advisor and mentor for
the Major General in charge of the
Afghan National Directorate of Security
(NDS), a CIA equivalent which
responsible for all intelligence
collection and covert Afghan operations
in Parwan Province, Afghanistan.
- Assume full responsibility in
managing highly specialized work as well
as counter-terrorist operations and
investigations at the highest levels, in
collaboration with intelligence,
counterintelligence, and counter
improvised explosive device (IED) units.
- Work collaboratively with the
NDS Commando units located in Parwan and
Nuristan Provinces, Afghanistan as well
as in conducting numerous major
operations against both Taliban and
Hizb-e-Islami strongholds with goal of
forcing the enemy to retreat and
crippling their hold over critical
population centers.
- Designed monitoring stations in
Nuristan, Afghanistan in close
cooperation with former members of the
Army Intelligence Support Activity in
order to provide early warning against
Taliban and Hizb-e-Islami movements and
- Perform numerous combat-related
patrols to identify relatively unknown
insurgency in the Nuristan and Parwan
regions, which are considered as some of
the most remote regions in Afghanistan.

Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom: One tour
of duty in Baghdad and Karada, Iraq
- Accepted an advisory position to
the National Investigative and
Information Agency (NIIA) in Iraq, a FBI
equivalent, mentoring the Kurdish Major
General regarding overall control of the
- Conducted both overt and covert
operations with NIIA personnel against
both insurgent and Iranian based
- Lead the 82nd Airborne Division
in the effort to establish the first-of-
its-kind standard operating procedure
for warrant-based targeting in line with
the newly enacted Iraqi Security
- Render support to the battalion
target officer and the assistant
intelligence officer (S2) in obtaining
forensic evidence for the battalion’s
prosecution packets.
- Spearhead the development of a
warrant based system that not only set
the standard for the battalion but also
for the International Security Forces
(ISF) partners in the 1st Brigade, 1st
Federal Police Division.
- Preside over the training to
Company Fusion Cells (CFCs) permitting
the Army to assess, interpret, and
advance a picture of the constantly
changing enemy situation for each
battery operational area in both Iraq
and Afghanistan.
- Deliver lectures to the
counterinsurgency personnel concerning
geography, cultural traditions, social,
political, and economic structure of
enemy forces.
- Play an integral role in
conducting investigations in Iraq and
Afghanistan, encompassing timber
smuggling, narcotics trafficking,
terrorist operations, human rights
violations, and human body parts

Notable Accomplishments:
- Recognized as a pivotal
contributor in the success of American
forces investigative and combat
operations against terrorist
organizations, such as Al-Qaeda, Jaish
Al-Mahdi Army (JAM), Badr Corps,
Taliban, Lashkar-e-Taiba (LET), and the
Hezb-i-Islami-Gulbuddin (HIG).
- Delivered outstanding assistance
in the creation of standard methodology
for more than 50 warrant packages, which
led to the achievement of more than 25
warrants, 10 detentions, and 7 ongoing
Iraqi prosecutions.
- Nominated for the Bronze Star
and the Superior Civilian Award by the
82nd Airborne Division while deployed in
- Obtained the highest
recommendations possible and Letters of
Appreciation from each unit served in

Criminal Information Unit (CIU)
Intelligence Detective 1996~2007

- Provided expert oversight in
evaluating ordered crime data regarding
activities, propaganda, and criminal
activity as a gang detective.
- Played a major role in managing
units in the arrest of gang and
organized crime figures due to violent
and non-violent felony offenses.
- Oversaw daily operations against
gangs, which included Crips, Bloods,
Folks, La Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13), La
Costa Nostra, and Mexican narco-
trafficking organizations; terrorist
cells and groups working in the United
States, such as Al-Qaeda and Palestinian
Liberation Organization (PLO); as well
as foreign intelligence directorates.
- Contributed direct involvement
in various operations, which included
large narcotics purchases, use of
informants, large gang sweeps, and
individual arrests of wanted felony
- Recognized as gang expert by the
Franklin Country Common Pleas Court and
the United States Federal Courts;
requested to testify in various courts
litigating organized crime and gang
cases at the local and federal levels.
- Served as patrol officer with
responsibilities of handling radio
calls, responding to emergencies, and
working with the public.
- Functioned as self-defense
instructor of ground fighting at the
Columbus Police Academy; facilitated
training for cadets and police officers
on self-defense techniques and wide-
ranging issues involving use of force in
the United States.

Notable Accomplishments:
- Acknowledged by the Franklin
County Prosecuting Attorneys office 23
times for performances above and beyond
the call of duty as a Columbus
- Awarded four special
commendations and two medals of merit by
the Columbus Division of Police.
- Prior to retirement,
acknowledged as one of the most highly
decorated officers in Columbus history.
- Nominated for the National
Policeman of the Year award in 2000 for
a succession of high-profile gang sweeps
and fugitive apprehensions.


United States Intelligence Specialist,
Granted Top Secret and Sensitive
Compartmentalized Information Caveats
Personal Reliability Program (PRP)
authorizing nuclear weapons release
authority - Member

Master of Science (MS) in International
Relations, with Focus on Middle Eastern
Studies – GPA 3.88
Bachelor of Science (BS) in Criminal
Justice and Political Science


Intelligence Collection
Personnel Training
Regulatory Compliance
Organizational/Administrative Skills
Operational Support
Security Management
Counterterrorism Strategies
Leadership and Team Building

Additional Information:

Phoenix Corporations Counterinsurgency
Training - Fort Bragg, NC, USA
Department of Defense Counterinsurgency
Training - Fort Bragg, NC, USA
Advanced Interrogation Training - Bagram
Air Force Base, Afghanistan
Ohio Department of Safety Law
Enforcement Certificate and Law
Enforcement Training Courses
(Investigation of Organized Crime,
Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs, Financial
Investigations, and Narcotics


Black Belt in American Kenpo and Jiu-
Jitsu - Richard Bivens - West Jefferson,

Available upon request.

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