January 2009 to January 2015Bellevue Las Vegas, Washington Nevada
On-call and part-time work in various tasks including: Security, Sales and contracted work for Government and Businesses in Policy, Procedures, Accreditation and Compliance.
Washington County Sheriff's OfficeJanuary 1989 to January 2008Hillsboro, Oregon
Progressive responsibilities as a Deputy Sheriff, Training Officer, Corporal, Detective, Sergeant and Division Commander.
Directing the forecast of funds needed for staffing, equipment, materials and supplies, monitoring and approving expenditures, implementing midyear adjustments and securing state and local grants for funding and equipment.
Scheduling, planning, prioritizing, instructing, supervising, training, advising, monitoring, reviewing and evaluating the work of Police Officers, Deputies, Corporals, Detectives, Sergeants, Reserve Officers and limited commission citizen volunteers from various agencies in the enforcement of laws, investigation of crime and accident scenes, proper patrol procedures, as well as division policies and procedures.
Watch Commander for patrol operations, conducting roll call briefings and training, inspecting personnel and equipment for conformity to department standards, evaluating the patrol of roads, highways, businesses and residential areas by Deputies and Corporals.
Analyzing problems, identifying alternative solutions, projecting consequences of proposed actions and implementing recommendations in support of goals.
Effectively administering a variety of law enforcement activities, gaining cooperation through discussion and persuasion and selecting, supervising, training and evaluating assigned staff.
Selecting, training and evaluating personnel, providing or coordinating staff training, working with employees to correct deficiencies and implementing discipline and termination procedures.
Implementing career development programs for staff, including performance conferences, training and management techniques.
Performing public relations duties including media relations, public speaking, special projects coordination and dealing with special requests as the Public Information Officer.
Conducting special departmental investigations involving department and county personnel, responding to complaints filed against officers and conducting internal affairs investigations.
Directing, coordinating, and supervising special departmental projects and units including: Field Training Program, Department Recruit Academy, Emergency Management, Citizen Patrols, Community Policing, Geo-Based Policing, Volunteer Programs, Citizen's Academy, National Accreditation and the Multi-Agency Crash Analysis Reconstruction Team.
Through training and experience developing and maintaining the ability to obtain information through interviews, dealing compassionately with victims of sexual and abusive crimes including children, perform effectively in stressful or emergency situations, make logical deductions and hypotheses while investigating assigned cases including: homicide, theft, burglary, fraud, narcotics, rape, armed robbery, assault, and abuse.
Shift supervisor for patrol operations, evaluating the patrol of roads, highways, businesses and residential areas by Deputies.
Instructing, supervising, training, advising, monitoring and reviewing the work of Deputies in the enforcement of laws, investigation of crime and accident scenes, and proper patrol procedures, as well as training new personnel in division procedures, policies, and equipment use.
Reviewing Deputies' reports on criminal investigations, traffic accidents, and other investigated incidents.
Insuring procedural and description accuracy, probable cause for arrests, completeness, and writing clarity.
Evaluating reports for appropriate follow-up of reported crimes, assigning investigations to patrol or detective personnel.
Supervising major crime scenes, directing the activities of subordinate officers in the gathering of evidence and initial investigation.
Maintaining considerable knowledge of county, state and federal laws, civil and constitutional law, laws governing arrest, search and seizure law, adult and juvenile procedures, department policies and procedures, the criminal justice system, courtroom testimony, police investigative procedures and techniques, techniques of interview and interrogation, criminal case preparation and crime scene management.
Analyzing dangerous situations rapidly and accurately before taking safe effective action, enforce county, state and federal laws while working with the public in a courteous and respectful manner.
Preparing clear and concise written reports, communicating effectively, both orally and in writing for departmental, court and state use of investigated disturbances, crimes, accidents, and traffic enforcement, and maintaining accurate records of law enforcement activities performed on duty.
Marshall's Department StoreJanuary 1983 to January 1989
Progressive responsibilities as a Sales Associate, Customer Service Supervisor, Assistant Manager, Operations Manager, Regional Training Manager and General Manager Proven track record of success by maintaining the core values of: Customer Focus, Tracking Budget Expenses, Pricing, Vendor Relationships, Market Knowledge, Staffing, Results Driven, Strategic Planning, Management Proficiency, Client Relationships and Verbal Communication.
Completing store operational requirements by scheduling, assigning and following up on work results of employees.
Maintaining store staff by recruiting, selecting, orienting, and training employees.
Retaining store staff by coaching, counseling, and disciplining employees and planning, monitoring, and appraising job results.
Achieving financial objectives by preparing an annual budget, scheduling expenditures, analyzing variances and initiating corrective actions.
Identifying current and future customer requirements by establishing rapport with potential and actual customers and other persons in a position to understand service requirements.
Ensuring the availability of merchandise and services by approving contracts and maintaining inventories.
Formulating pricing policies by reviewing merchandising activities, determining additional needed sales promotions, authorizing clearance sales and studying trends.
Marketing merchandise by studying advertising, sales promotion, and display plans; analyzing operating and financial statements for profitability ratios.
Securing merchandise by implementing and ensuring compliance with security systems and measures.
Protecting employees and customers by providing a safe and clean store environment.
Maintaining the stability and reputation of the store by complying with local, state and federal legal requirements.
Determining marketing strategy changes by reviewing operating and financial statements and departmental sales records.
Maintaining professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops, reviewing professional publications, establishing personal networks and participating in professional societies.
Maintaining operations by initiating, coordinating and enforcing program, operational and personnel policies and procedures.
ENI Oil & Gas Exploration CoJanuary 1981 to January 1982Accounting Support Specialist Bellevue, Washington
Maintaining project and client files Accounts Receivable.
Portland State University2003Diploma: Public ManagementPortland, OregonPublic Management