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UsA

PROFESSIONAL HISTORY:

Confidential

  • PART OF A TEAM OF 20 OFFICERS CONTRACTED TO PROVIDE COMPREHENSIVE SECURITY SERVICES to 1200 personnel and visitors of the U.S. International Trade Commission headquarters.
  • CONTROL PHYSICAL ACCESS to building. Monitor departure of employees, visitors, and other persons to ensure security of property and prevent theft. Escort individuals to specified locations as necessary and provide individual physical protection for high-profile guests.
  • EFFECTIVELY WORK INDEPENDENTLY to staff main entrance security post. Greet all individuals entering building, check identification and screen for weapons. Sign in all visitors and issue security badges. Ensure that employees/contractors show appropriate identification and comply with established procedures for missing or forgotten identification badges.
  • USE WIDE RANGE OF SCREENING DEVICES to screen individuals and packages/bags for weapons, explosives, or other unauthorized devices, including x-ray and magnetometer.
  • Ensure that all individuals go through metal detector with empty pockets. If necessary, use wand to screen individuals manually. Examine bags, packages, and parcels on x-ray machine, conducting physical search as necessary to verify results.
  • CONDUCT ROUTINE PATROLS at regular intervals in building to assure security of assigned area. Respond to alarm and investigate disturbances. Also, follow up on malfunctions/irregularities such as temperature controls, lighting, open windows/doors, and other security issues.
  • COMMUNICATE ORALLY AND IN WRITING to report on status of building security to Lead Security Officer and other personnel. Ensure that all discrepancies in security of premises are reported to Lead Security Officer. Write reports/logs documenting all daily activities and irregularities, such as fire, alarms sounded, and presence of unauthorized persons.
  • MAINTAIN CURRENT WEAPONS TRAINING for Glock 17 handgun. Complete handgun qualification annually.

KEY ACCOMPLISHMENT:

Currently a Sergeant assisting the Captain.

Confidential

  • PART OF A TEAM OF OFFICERS CONTRACTED TO PROVIDE COMPREHENSIVE SECURITY SERVICES to personnel and visitors of the U.S. Census Bureau.
  • CONTROL PHYSICAL ACCESS to building. Monitor departure of employees, visitors, and other persons to ensure security of property and prevent theft. Escort individuals to specified locations as necessary and provide individual physical protection for high-profile guests.
  • EFFECTIVELY WORK INDEPENDENTLY to staff main entrance security post. Greet all individuals entering building, check identification and screen for weapons. Sign in all visitors and issue security badges. Ensure that employees/contractors show appropriate identification and comply with established procedures for missing or forgotten identification badges.
  • USE WIDE RANGE OF SCREENING DEVICES to screen individuals and packages/bags for weapons, explosives, or other unauthorized devices, including x-ray and magnetometer.
  • Ensure that all individuals go through metal detector with empty pockets. If necessary, use wand to screen individuals manually. Examine bags, packages, and parcels on x-ray machine, conducting physical search as necessary to verify results.
  • CONDUCT ROUTINE PATROLS at regular intervals in building to assure security of assigned area. Respond to alarm and investigate disturbances. Also, follow up on malfunctions/irregularities such as temperature controls, lighting, open windows/doors, and other security issues.
  • COMMUNICATE ORALLY AND IN WRITING to report on status of building security to Lead Security Officer and other personnel. Ensure that all discrepancies in security of premises are reported to Lead Security Officer. Write reports/logs documenting all daily activities and irregularities, such as fire, alarms sounded, and presence of unauthorized persons.
  • MAINTAIN CURRENT WEAPONS TRAINING for Glock 17 handgun. Complete handgun qualification annually.

KEY ACCOMPLISHMENT:

Confidential

  • MAINTAINED PHYSICAL SECURITY AND ENFORCED REGULATIONS at the Old Post Office Pavilion in Washington, DC. This public, mixed-use facility contains retail establishments, restaurants, and offices for private businesses and federal agencies.
  • USED SECURITY INSPECTION PROCEDURES to monitor incoming vehicle and pedestrian traffic. Ensured building's physical security for employees and visitors. Monitored building for unlocked doors, maintenance issues, and other security concerns.
  • COMMUNICATED DIRECTLY WITH PUBLIC to inform members of the public about building regulations. Enforced regulations related to smoking, loitering, and possession of prohibited items within the facility. Responded to emergency situations, coordinating with local law enforcement and other emergency personnel, as outlined by company and facility policies.
  • WROTE DAILY REPORTS. Prepared detailed summaries of security incidents, including results of intervention.

Confidential

  • PROVIDED COMPREHENSIVE SECURITY SERVICES to Department of Transportation headquarters. Screened employees and visitors for proper identification and possession of prohibited items. Examined incoming parcels for weapons, explosives, or other dangerous items monitored outgoing individuals and parcels to prevent property theft. Reported irregularities and other problems threatening facility's physical security and safety, such as unlocked doors and leaking pipes. Prepared written reports documenting incidents and status of all building security issues.
  • SERVED AS MEMBER OF EXECUTIVE PROTECTION TEAM for Secretary of Transportation for two months. Supported Special Agents assigned for the Secretary's personal protection with enforcing physical security of Secretary's office suite and surrounding floor. Conducted regular security monitoring for entire floor. Applied specialized security and physical access procedures to visitors, checking identifications, verifying visitor's purpose in accessing floor, and signing visitors in and out. Performed security sweep of Secretary's office suite, looking for unlocked doors and any other out of ordinary situations. Ensured security of all property from personnel coming in and out of Secretary's office suite.

Confidential

  • SERVED AS CORRECTIONAL OFFICER AT LEVEL 4 INSTITUTION housing at maximum approximately 1,500 inmates maintained security of cell blocks and two dorm facilities.
  • MAINTAINED SAFETY AND SECURITY OF ALL INMATES, STAFF AND VISITORS. Monitored inmates at all times, including in open dorm environment or in recreation yard, for unusual behavior, improper conduct, or signs of conflict. Ensured security and functionality of locks, doors, cells and windows. Drove prison vehicle to patrol facility grounds, ensuring security and functionality of gates, locks, fences, roof and sensors. Searched grounds and bushes. Monitored flow of traffic in and out of facility. Enforced cleanliness, safety and maintenance standards in dorm or cell facilities.
  • Encouraged by supervisors to take promotion exam for supervisory position in recognition of superior performance and initiative in all duties, even in significantly overcrowded facility.
  • APPLIED DETENTION AND SEARCH PROCEDURES. Searched inmates, using either strip or pat methods, to detect and confiscate contraband or other unapproved items. Ensured that all visitors complied with facility rules and regulations detained visitors caught in serious and intentional violation of prison regulations for law enforcement officials. Applied knowledge of law enforcement and arrest procedures to determine if situation warranted detention and to ensure that detained individuals' civil rights were not violated.
  • RESPONDED TO EMERGENCY SITUATIONS. Responded to codes for inmate disturbances, attempted escape, fights, or medical emergencies. Used prison procedures to secure incident area with supporting officer s and inform superiors. Ensured that injured inmates were transported to infirmary for medical treatment, detained and searched inmates for weapons, and locked down unit.
  • COMMUNICATED ORALLY AND IN WRITING to transmit vital information and instructions to inmates, other security personnel, superiors, and members of the public. Maintained firm and professional, but friendly, rapport with inmates to facilitate cooperation. Communicated vital information to other officers using handheld radio. Wrote reports and logs to document incidents and security status.
  • USED EXCELLENT RAPPORT AND COMMUNICATION SKILLS to defuse disruptive behavior or potentially violent situations. Issued instructions in emergency situations while on duty in communications hub, responded to questions from news media about emergency prison events and coordinated landing of helicopter.
  • OPERATED SPECIALIZED MONITORING DEVICES, serving in rotation as monitor for communications hub. Observed status of facilities, yard, and grounds on CCTV. Monitored radio status and movement in facility, ensuring doors locked and checking status of panic button. Maintained key accountability.
  • CARRIED FIREARMS AND OTHER WEAPONS. Applied appropriate procedures for use of batons and riot guns. Maintained annual qualification for A-9.

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