Campus Public Safety Officer - Law Enforcement Security Safety Resume
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Campus Public Safety Officer Resume


Desired Industry: Law Enforcement/Security/Safety SpiderID: 61842
Desired Job Location: Huntington Station, New York Date Posted: 6/26/2012
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 40000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Other Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
Highly motivated, seasoned, and dynamic
professional, offering broad-based years
of corporate security experience,
interested in pursuing advancement
within an organization to continue the
promotion of skills, knowledge, and
leadership. Possess in-depth knowledge
and expertise in the security aspects of
controlled access environments.
Exemplify administrative and analytical
skills as evidenced by the ability to
continuously improve corporate security
operations, provide protection, and
maintain stability during emergencies.
Recognized as a diplomatic, honest, and
dependable leader with proven capability
to multitask in stressful, globally
competitive, and challenging situations.
Currently possess active Secret Security
Clearance. Proficient in Microsoft
Office Suite.


Experience:
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Security Officer/Biometric Enrollment
Clerk - ITT Exelis, LOGCAP IV,
Afghanistan Mar 2010–Present

Perform various administrative functions
of the FPSC screening process, to
include data entry into DOD computer
systems, data processing, reports
submission, and other clerical
functions. Maintain frequent interaction
with senior military personnel and
civilian management. Instrumental in
scheduling appointments for authorized
hiring authorities to include sending
electronic notification reference with
times and dates. Regularly communicate
with clients to answer inquiries on
hiring and base access procedure. Assume
full responsibility in segregating
approved and non-approved packets;
reviewing of access identification
applications; and printing and issuing
Base Access Identification Cards.
Complete end-of-day security checks of
offices; close areas; classify storage
containers; and shutdown all computers.

Notable Achievements:
- Verified the identity and check
individuals in the watch list by
utilizing Biometric Automated Toolset
(BATS) system.
- Entrusted to collect biometric
data, to include but not limited to iris
scans, fingerprints, and facial
photographs.
- Played a vital role in
maintaining the integrity at Entry
Control Points (ECPs).
- Selected to periodically courier
sensitive and classified materials.

Lead Administrative Security Specialist
(GMASS) TO 2
- ITT Industries Systems Division, Iraq
/ Colorado Springs, CO Aug 2009–Dec
2009


Conducted comprehensive research on NAC-
I packets. Rendered high level of
assistance in coordinating SPOT LOAs
across TO2.

Notable Achievements:
- Served as a significant
contributor in the execution of
background check requirements, such as
fingerprinting.
- Proficient in utilizing JPAS to
review and process personnel security
clearances for GMASS TO2 employees.

Security Guard (GMASS) TO 2 - ITT
Industries Systems Division, Iraq /
Colorado Springs, CO Dec 2006–Aug
2009

Compiled a written log of personnel
entering the area, including their
purpose and destination. Gained
extensive experience in operating
civilian and military motor vehicles.
Closely monitored and reported all
incidents and suspicious activities
under time constraints. Assigned to
sound alarms and call police, fire, and
emergency personnel in cases of
emergencies. Made use of hard-line and
radio frequency communication equipment
to interact with internal and external
agencies. Ensured strict compliance with
procedures and instructions toward
fulfillment of organizational mission
and goals.

Notable Achievements:
- Honored with the ITT Excellence
Award in 2008 through demonstration of
exemplary performance, dedication, and
efficiency.
- Fulfilled the role of lead
security guard in the absence of the one
in charge during vacations and scheduled
days off.
- Provided expert oversight in the
proper identification of employees and
visitors through access control points.
- Expedited the completion of
required paperwork and automated data
processing by utilizing Microsoft Office
Suite.

Security Officer, ROC Compound, Riyadh
Saudi Arabia Sep 2006–Dec 2006

Directed and coordinated day-to-day
activities of the organization mainly in
advanced security surveillance
equipment; wrote detailed reports; and
facilitated training to effectively
respond to armed terrorist incursions
within the perimeter walls.

Notable Achievement:
- Spearheaded and mentored TCN
security officer team to provide
exceptional security to US compound
supplementing efforts of the Saudi
Arabian National Guard (SANG) forces.

Airfield Security Specialist - ITT
Industries Systems Division, Eagle Base,
Bosnia-Herzegovina Jun 2005–Sep
2006

Closely monitored Tuzla International
Airport (TIA) airfield operations,
flight line, and outer lying buildings
in collaboration with European Union
Forces, Military Police, and security
services. Guarded facilities and secured
civilian aircraft that carried VIPs and
US military personnel.

Notable Achievement:
- Played a vital role in
eliminating or reducing conditions
favorable to criminal activity,
utilizing comprehensive crime prevention
techniques.

Force Protection Specialist - ITT
Industries Systems Division, Eagle Base,
Bosnia-Herzegovina Sep 2003–Dec
2004

Handled supervisory force protection
duties. Administered personnel equipment
and vehicle assets to accomplish
mission. Executed surveillance of base
perimeter through observation posts and
mobile patrols.

Notable Achievements:
- Earned distinction for
protecting U.S. Army Stabilization
Forces and NATO personnel at Eagle Base.
- Commended for performing
systematic vehicle and personnel
searches of local national employees at
entry control points to ensure the
safety of US/NATO personnel and the
containment of sensitive material and
equipment on the installation.
- Awarded as ITT Employee of the
Month in September 2004 for displaying
high degree of personal commitment and
strong work ethic.

Peace Officer, City University of New
York (CUNY), New York, NY Apr
1993–Sep 2003

Actively responded to alarms and calls
for service from the college community.
Adhered strict compliance with college
rules and regulations as specified in
standard operating procedures (SOPs).
Instrumental in maintaining radio
contact with the Department’s Central
Dispatch. Supported in crowd control and
continuously provided exceptional
customer service by proactively
addressing various inquiries on
additional information and services.
Generated complete, accurate, and timely
reports to record campus incidents.
Closely monitored the performance of
campus security assistants and security
guards to determine areas of
improvement. Utilized the campus CCTV
system to meticulously manage premises
security at all times. Examined
identification cards and parking
passes/decals to comply with college’s
access policy.

Notable Achievements:
- Awarded CUNY Public Safety
Department Commendation Medal in August
1994 for actions taken during a building
fire on campus.
- Functioned as a police mountain
bike officer responsible for interacting
with all levels of the university
community.
- Chosen to escort students,
college VIPs, visiting dignitaries, and
others on foot and/or by driving college
vehicles.
- Gained extensive abilities in
investigating crimes in accordance with
all relevant rules, regulations, and
laws of the college, university, New
York City, New York State, and Federal
Government.
- Entrusted in maintaining
defensive equipment, such as ASP,
handcuffs, pepper spray, and others
including Inventory Public Safety
equipment.
- Arrested criminals and carried
out arrest processing, including warrant
checks, voucher evidence according to
departmental procedures.
- Appointed to testify in college
disciplinary and legal proceedings.
- Recognized as a Fire Warden,
Fire Guard, or Fire Safety Director
during fire drills, emergencies, and
other building evacuations.
- Volunteered and served as
integral member of special patrols, such
as Bike, Canine, and SAFE Team Patrol
Units.


Education:
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Affiliations:
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Skills:
CORE COMPETENCIES

- Corporate Security Management
and Operations
- Criminal Justice Technology
- Executive Protection and
Technical Surveillance
- Law Enforcement Principles
- Investigative Research
Techniques
- Emergency Preparedness and
Investigations
- Leadership, Training, and Team
Building
- Quality Assurance and
Regulatory Compliance
- Problem Resolution and Decision
Making
- Technical Support and
Electronic Countermeasures
- Articulate Oral and Written
Communication
- Organized with Strong
Analytical Abilities


Additional Information:
MILITARY BACKGROUND

Military Police, Rank E-4/Spec4 - US
Army Reserves, Hempstead, New York
Jun 1984–Jun 1985

- Protected lives and property on
Army installations by enforcing military
laws and regulations, as well as
controlling traffic, preventing crime,
and responding to emergencies.
- Performed as a team member in
support of battlefield operations,
installation law and order operations
and security of Army resources and
installations.

Field Artillery Surveyor, Rank E-4/Spec4
- US Army, Active Duty, Stationed in
Germany Apr 1980–Apr 1983

- Recorded field data, prepared
schematic sketches and marks survey
station.
- Performed astronomic
observation, measure azimuths, angles
and determines deviations for target,
connection, and position area surveys
with angular measuring equipment.
- Computed data using logarithms
or calculator to obtain the unknown
required field data to include computing
for accuracy ratios and adjustment.
- Performed preventive maintenance
checks and services on vehicles, radios,
weapons, and all survey equipment.



PROFESSIONAL TRAINING

Current Security Clearance
Eligibility: Secret, 2009 11 02, Defense
Industrial Security Clearance Office
(DISCO)
Investigation: National Agency Check
with Law and Credit (NACLC), 2009 10 01,
Office of Personnel Management (OPM)
Department of the Army Combat Lifesaver
Course January 2008
Operator’s Certificate Tailorable
Integrated Security Solutions (TISS):
October 2006
GEIS Operator and Maintenance Training
Course (Model Itemiser 3): October 2006
Under Vehicle Surveillance System (UVSS)
Operator Course: October 2006
Tactical Baton Certification (ASP):
November 1995 / September 2003 / July
2006
ITT Force Protection Training Module
(Class 03-88): Sep 2003
Basic Defensive Tactics Course: Sep 2003
CUNY Peace Officer/Patrol Officer
Training Requirements: November 1995
State of New York
Municipal Police Training Council Basic
Peace Officer Course without Firearms
training. November 1995
Cleared American Guard Course MVM: Sep
1991
Defense Security Institute-
Correspondence Courses: October 1989 /
November 1989 / January 1990 / May 1992
Physical Security–Defense Industrial
Security Program I-II Structures of
Industrial Security,
Municipal Police Training Council Basic
Course for Peace Officers with Firearms
Training Certificate, State of New York:
Apr 1988



ACTIVITIES

Teaching Martial Arts to underprivileged
kids


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