Physical Security Specialist I II - Law Enforcement Security Safety Re
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Physical Security Specialist I/II Resume

Desired Industry: Law Enforcement/Security/Safety SpiderID: 81855
Desired Job Location: Mount Airy, Maryland Date Posted: 2/27/2019
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date:
Desired Wage: 100000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: Yes, 25-50%
Highest Degree Attained: Masters Willing to Relocate: Yes

Highly analytical, dedicated, and results-driven professional, offering hands-on experience in physical security disciplines, coupled with strong background in system operation management. Equipped with proven ability to establish and review security plans, identify risks, resolve physical security issues, and provide guidance and recommendation to improve overall security of the organization. Knowledgeable of security policies and procedures, including National Industrial Security Program Supplement and DoD 5105.21 Volumes 1- 3. Recognized for integrity, unparalleled work ethic, and multitasking aptitudes in dealing with pressure and handling multiple priorities within fast-paced environments. Articulate communicator; adept at cultivating relationships and collaborating with stakeholders and management. Currently hold TS/SCI clearance with CI polygraph.

Indigenous Intelligence, Odenton, MD
Criminal Intelligence Analyst Feb 2018–Present
Execute analysis of current crime trends for the department and recommend police force allocation based on analysis to upper command
Identify the most serious crime problems in the surrounding community through execution of crime maps analysis
Perform compilation of Data Driven Approaches to Crime and Traffic Safety (DDACTS) reports on a quarterly basis and submitted analysis to command staff
Fulfill crime analysis functions which include handling reports to collect data for bulletins as well as to distribute to the department, as well as mapping crime areas to execute contingency operation
Take charge of generating weekly reports, monitoring crimes, charting incidents, and presenting findings to command staff and patrols
Offer support to ongoing investigations by imparting crime trend information to supply investigators on a daily basis
Complete and coordinate criminal information from all available resources, involving the law enforcement information exchange (LInX), Department of Defense law enforcement defense data exchange (D-Dex), e-Guardian, National Crime Information Center (NCIC), and intelligence information
Career Highlight:
Contributed and rendered hands-on assistance to investigators with suspect lead, location histories through data mining, and investigative research, which resulted to numerous arrests and case clearances

Advantage SCI, Alexandria, VA
Security Specialist Dec 2017–Feb 2018
Proactively guided and consulted multiple security disciplines, which encompassed personnel, information, industrial, and physical security
Rendered effectual advice to leadership concerning security concepts and policies, as well as upcoming policies, practices, and legislation
Initiated policy direction to specific operating requirements both Contiguous States and the District of Columbia (CONUS) and Outside Continental United States (OCONUS)
Strategically created guidance and instructions in implementing security policy, procedures, techniques to various work situations and degrees or levels of security controls
Offered recommendations for the improvement of overall security of the agency through security assessments and inspections
Actively assisted the development of comprehensive security awareness programs
Executed thorough review and proposal of changes on security-related instructions, standard operating procedures (SOP), and processes
Held responsibility in managing and supporting DoD components associated with sensitive compartmented information (SCI) security training and implementation
Demonstrated flexibility and multitasking skills in fulfilling diverse roles:
Accreditation authority for all sensitive compartmented information facilities (SCIFs) under DIA cognizance to provide guidance on all aspects of a SCIF lifecycle from construction security plan guidance to final accreditation; and
Subject matter expert in security policy and procedures to determine shortfalls, implement corrective actions, and recommend controls for agency security program

United States Air Force, Various Locations
Accreditation Officer, Defense Intelligence Agency | Washington, DC Sep 2014–Dec 2017
Served as physical security approval authority for a multi-agency intelligence construction initiative worth $550M
Rendered physical security expertise and counseling to teams for DoD SCIF’s inspections and reviews
Provided approval to IC physical security accreditations and oversight for 4K SCIFs
Supported and recommended senior-level solutions for SCIF development and life cycle inspection security issues
Maintained and transferred construction documentation as well as security plans and policies for 87 SCIF’s in the databases
Effectively managed security escort operations and process improvement, encompassing 56 critical construction warranty items, along with 53 government employees and contractors

Flight Chief /Emergency Response Manager Sep 2013–Sep 2014
Andrews Air Force Base | Camp Springs, MD
Secured AF-1 Presidential Complex by overseeing an $11M intrusion detection system operation
Led 60 emergency response personnel in security and law enforcement operations to protect base from attack, while ensuring readiness of the resources for worldwide deployment
Exemplified efficiency in administering PL-1 security operations, which included Air Force 1 Complex, Presidential Airlift Group, and support restricted areas
Directed the implementation of checklists and supervision of battle staff directives/launched recovery teams and 250 personnel to support units 24/7 Security Operations Control Center
Facilitated training for personnel on covering $3.9B PL-1 assets
Offered assistance to over 50 heads of state for Africans leaders’ summit by acting as capacity of law enforcement liaison
Rendered emergency response to 129 incidents, affecting 5,000 personnel and $4.1B in aircraft and critical infrastructure
Set strategic direction to 375 North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) personnel, along with over $30M in assets, while running smooth execution of 810 combat sorties
Career Highlight:
Attained 100% qualification standard and increased certifications by 33% through management of database creation plotting training qualification statistics

Superintendent Vice Presidential Sep 2012–Sep 2013
Aircraft Security Section–Andrews Air Force Base, Camp Springs, MD
Efficiently handled vice presidential Aircraft Security Team while checking the security for two operations of the Air Force as well as for Department of State delegation mission to Cuba for prisoner of war (POW) release negotiations
Exhibited competency in fulfilling security duties, including flight deck denial for protection level one aircraft operations
Conceptualized European heads of state peace treaty talks security plans along with Afghanistan security forces
Career Highlight:
Earned recognition for developing security support efforts among United States Air force, United States secret service foreign security agencies, and civilian law enforcement authorities

Presidential Aircraft Non-Commissioned Security Officer Sep 2008–Sep 2012
Acted as a team member in charge of assisting the President of the United States and dignitaries in safety initiatives
Led the execution of counter threats and hijacking protection efforts
Steered strategic efforts in establishing intricate logistics for the President of the United States’ trip covering secret over 24-hour mission to Afghanistan
Career Highlights:
Made significant contributions in retaining $90K in RAVEN/force protection equipment required for protection level one missions
Played a key role in boosting efficiency of aircraft protection with host nation, federal, state, and DoD law enforcement entities coordination
Earned distinction as Air Force One (AF-1) supervisor and access authority for receiving Noncommissioned Officer of the Quarter Award

Master of Science in Security Management: 2016, American Military University  Charles Town, WV
Bachelor of Arts, Law Enforcement: 2006, American Military University  Charles Town, WV

Data Collection and Analysis | Security Assessment and Inspection | Continuous Process Improvement
Security Program Development | Staff Supervision and Training | Requirements and Regulatory Compliance

Additional Information:
Professional Development

Intelligence Community Directive (ICD) 705: Physical Security Course
Special Compartmented Information (SCI): Security Officials Course

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