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Police LE Advisor Resume

Desired Industry: Law Enforcement/Security/Safety SpiderID: 64644
Desired Job Location: Baltimore, Maryland Date Posted: 10/12/2012
Type of Position: Contractor Availability Date: 11/01/2012
Desired Wage: 65000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel: Yes, More Than 75%
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: Undecided

Utilize Prior Experience in Law Enforcement Advisory Role

Asst Director of Public Safety
Community College of Baltimore County
4/26/2010 until Present

Assigned responsibility for one major campus and three extension centers. Directs public safety functions including security, law enforcement, physical protection of buildings and assets, oversees investigation of incidents and crimes occurring on college property. Ensures reporting in compliance with Jeanne Clery Act. Recruits and trains Public Safety Officers and part time administrative employees. Teaches in eight week academy conducted for officers. Teaches at area police academies as guest instructor in area of international narcotics matters. Interacts with faculty, staff, and students in a wide range of college matters. Advises senior staff as requested.

Resident Agent in Charge
U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)
DEA Resident Office, Mobile, Alabama
August of 2005 to April of 2010

In charge of the operational and administrative management of the DEA Office located in Mobile, which is responsible for major drug investigations covering a 13-county territory in Alabama. In this position directly supervised 20 people, to include DEA Agents, Task Force Officers, and support personnel. Successfully supervised numerous high-profile cases such as the arrest of 12 doctors and pharmacists who were providing illegal drugs to public officials and professional athletes, and the dismantlement of two major drug trafficking organizations operating between the U.S. and Mexico. In this position developed highly successful relationships with the heads of federal, state and local agencies, foreign agencies, as well as community and business leaders. Oversaw the use of a wide variety of investigative techniques, to include joint agency operations, the handling of human sources, the use of undercover operations, sophisticated electronic coverage and physical surveillance, among others. Has oversight for security and financial matters in this position. Spoke to numerous community groups, school assemblies, and law enforcement coordination groups on drug education matters. In August 2005 responded into Biloxi, Mississippi in the immediate aftermath of Hurricane Katrina to coordinate search and rescue efforts for unaccounted DEA personnel. Assisted civilian personnel and coordinated relief efforts from multiple out of state sources.

Operations Coordinator
U.S. DOJ, DEA Headquarters, Arlington,Virginia
April of 2001 to July of 2005

At the Headquarters Level, served as the Priority Investigation Coordinator, responsible for the program management of 26 DEA offices located in Africa, Europe and the Middle East. Was responsible for major case coordination in Africa and the Middle East from 2001 to 2003, the Caribbean Islands in 2004, and Mexico and South America in 2005; and directly supervised the DEA offices located in Canada, Italy, Nigeria, Spain and the United Kingdom. .
Following attacks of September 11, 2001 coordinated the evacuation of DEA personnel in Pakistan, and implemented enhanced security measures in these offices. In this position, briefed members of U.S. Congress and other cabinet-level officials, as well as U.S. and foreign Ambassadors and other dignitaries.

Country Attache
U.S. Embassy, DEA
Kabul, Afghanistan
July of 2003 to December of 2003

As a member of the U.S. Ambassador’s Country Team in Afghanistan, served as the primary U.S. representative to the Afghan Police Department’s Counternarcotics Divisions. In this assignment worked extensively with the U.S. Department of Defense and numerous other U.S. and foreign agencies. At the request of the host country, traveled throughout Afghanistan to evaluate and enhance their federal police force dedicated to drug cases. In this assignment conducted numerous interviews of human sources reporting on high-level drug traffickers, who also provided information on terrorism and on other major crimes. With the Canadian, German, Italian and United Kingdom embassy representatives conducted operations targeting insurgent groups being financed by drug trafficking activities.

Supervisory Special Agent
Baltimore Office, Baltimore, Maryland
October of 1999 to April of 2001

Responsible for the supervision of the Violent Traffickers Task Force of the High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA), which was dedicated to the investigation of major cases involving violent drug trafficking organizations operating in the Baltimore, Maryland metropolitan area. This task force was comprised of investigators from the police departments of Baltimore City, Baltimore County, City of Annapolis, Baltimore Housing and the Maryland State Police. These investigations resulted in the arrest of numerous violent criminals, to include gang members and other dangerous subjects involved in multiple murders and other major crimes. Managed all aspects of this Task Force comprised of 12 Agents and Task Force Officers. Also selected to serve as the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force (OCDETF) Coordinator, which involved the supervision of all OCDETF cases conducted in a four-state region.

Supervisory Special Agent
U.S. Embassy, DEA
Lima, Peru
November of 1996 to October of 1999

As a Group Supervisor, managed the Drug Intelligence Group dedicated to the apprehension and conviction of international drug smugglers. In addition to DEA Agents and Analysts, this Task Force included representatives from other agencies such as the CIA and DOD, and consisted of a total of 16 people. Working with Peruvian officials, managed the Air Interdiction Program in this country, which resulted in the destruction of over 35 airplanes utilized by top-level international traffickers. Established a new unit of Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) Operators, which included the participation of 85 Peruvian officers. Implemented a recruiting and training program for the officers selected to serve in this unit. This program continually received the highest of praises from both the U.S. Government and host country officials. In this assignment, conducted numerous briefings for high-level dignitaries, frequently accompanying such representatives on mission trips to jungles and other places.

Special Agent
San Antonio Office, San Antonio, Texas
September of 1985 to November of 1996

As a “Street Agent,” conducted investigations concerning international and interstate drug trafficking organizations, which involved extensive coordination with the U.S. Attorney’s Office and other federal, state and local authorities. Performed a wide variety of duties in this assignment, collecting evidence, debriefing witnesses, conducting physical and technical surveillance, testifying in court, and other activities which resulted in the successful prosecution, conviction and sentencing of numerous subjects. Among other cases, served as the Primary Case Agent on a drug investigation involving 50 defendants connected to the Bandidos Outlaw Motorcycle Gang, a Continuing Criminal Enterprise (CCE) investigation concerning an organization responsible for transporting multiple tons of marijuana from Mexico to the U.S. for a period of eight years. Cited in an undercover investigation which resulted in dismantlement of a heroin-trafficking organization that had been in operation for 25 years which resulted in four subjects receiving life sentences. During a special assignment in 1988 in Bolivia, coordinated and conducted joint operations in harsh, hostile jungle environments. Was the recipient of the DEA Administrator Award for Distinguished Service for first response when a U.S. Government airplane crashed in a remote site.

Police Sergeant
Baltimore City Police Department, Baltimore, Maryland
May of 1975 to April of 1985

Starting out as a Patrol Officer, was promoted to Detective and then Sergeant in the Police Department’s Patrol and Criminal Investigation Divisions. Initially conducted investigations regarding crimes against persons and property, then investigated armed robbery and narcotics cases. Was the recipient of the Bronze Star Medal, Six Official Commendations, and numerous letters of commendation.

Military Service, Education and Special Certification

U.S. Marine Corps, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina
June of 1972 to June of 1974
Received an Honorable Discharge

Obtained Bachelor of Science Degree in 1984, with a Major in Criminal Justice
University of Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland
Grade Point Average 3.7/4.0

In 2009 obtained certification from the American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS) as a Certified Protection Professional (CPP), which is internationally recognized as the premier security management professional certification around the world.

Working level Spanish language ability

Obtained Bachelor of Science Degree in 1984, with a Major in Criminal Justice
University of Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland
Grade Point Average 3.7/4.0

In 2009 obtained certification from the American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS) as a Certified Protection Professional (CPP), which is internationally recognized as the premier security management professional certification around the world.

Working level Spanish language ability

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