Adjunct Professor September 2011 to CurrentCOLLEGE OF SOUTHERN NEVADA － North Las Vegas, NV
Instruct 2-3 courses a semester, live and online; Introduction to the Administration of Justice.
Manage an online course delivery system, which includes; discussion forums, exams, writing assignments, attendance, grades and media rich curriculum content.
Develop curriculum for courses, create a syllabus and course materials.
Know and understand instructional methodology and apply it within the classroom.
Adhere to a high standard of professional accountability and ethics while introducing my professional experience into the classroom.
Police Lieutenant September 1992 to CurrentLAS VEGAS METROPOLITAN POLICE DEPARTMENT － Las Vegas, NV
Currently assigned to the Robbery Homicide Bureau (7 years).
Previous assignments include; Patrol Lieutenant, Field Training Lieutenant, Range Master, Patrol Sergeant, Field Training Sergeant, Academy Training Officer, Crisis Negotiator.
Foster and promote Department goals by demonstrating Department values, oversee the operation of a section ensuring effective and efficient handling of workload to include analyzing information and recommending changes in working conditions, methods and/or procedures.
Supervised commissioned and civilian staff to include goal setting, work assignments, monitoring, training, career development, counseling and discipline.
Evaluate performance and competency of subordinates to include completing performance evaluations and where appropriate, praise and/or provide disciplinary actions.
Develop, monitor, implement and evaluate goals and objectives for the section and coordinate a team approach to community oriented policing philosophies, projects and tasks.
Assist in the preparation of the annual budget, monitor expenditures to remain within approved limits, compile data, analyze information and make recommendations in writing and through presentations on findings.
Attend and/or conduct briefings and debriefings, supervise or conduct investigations of criminal activity, use of force, deaths, accidents, employee conduct both on and off duty.
Direct and coordinate police action/activities with other agencies, plan, organize and coordinate personnel, equipment and resources to effectively handle major or special enforcement activities to include directed enforcement activities, mass arrests, labor strikes, riots, barricaded subjects, special events and selective enforcement assignments.
January 1986 to March 1992UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS － Camp Pendleton, CA
Military Occuational Specialty; Scout/Sniper Decorated Combat Veteran; Gulf War-Desert Storm USMC Non-Commissioned Officer (NCO) Staff Leadership Development School.
Master of Arts : Business Communication, 1 2008JONES INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY － Centennial, COGPA: GPA: 4.0Business Communication GPA: 4.0
Masters : leadership and influenceGPA: Summa Cum Laudeleadership and influence I developed a strong foundation in the principles of leadership and stewardship which allows me to create viable strategies for organizational change through problem solving, crisis communication, negotiation and group dynamics. Summa Cum Laude
Bachelor of Science : Criminal Justice Administration, 1 2007COLUMBIA SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY － Orange Beach, ALGPA: GPA: 3.7 Magna Cum LaudeCriminal Justice Administration GPA: 3.7 Studied the major aspects of the criminal justice system. Investigated the fundamentals of criminal law and the legal system. Examined crime trends and prevention, victimology and statistics. Applied legal concepts including search and seizure, due process, use of force and criminal liability. Developed professional competencies in criminal justice, including a broad understanding of the various components of the field. Magna Cum Laude
Established twenty-two year decorated law enforcement veteran with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.
Achieved a Nevada POST Management Certificate.
Awarded a Nevada POST Master Instructor Certificate.
Attained Incident Command System/National Incident Management System (ICS/NIMS) 700 Certification.
Fifteen years of progressively responsible leadership positions within the law enforcement field.
A solid work history of developing relationships with other agencies, entities and communities through my work with the LVMPD Explorer Program, the faith based, "Safe Village" community model, Sheriff's African-American Recruitment Council, LVMPD.
Promotional Review Board and Executive Board Member of Nevada Crime Stoppers and the College of Southern Nevada's Law Enforcement Students Council. Supervised the LVMPD/FBI Safe Street Task Force, the LVMPD/FBI Criminal Apprehension Team (CAT) and the LVMPD/Nevada State Parole and Probation Repeat Offender Program (ROP). Chaired LVMPD Robbery Reduction Task Force for three consecutive years. Committee Member of; LVMPD Regional Forensic Science Stakeholder Board, LVMPD Promotional Review Board, LVMPD Body Camera Review Board, Robbery Homicide Bureau Sub-Committee Member for Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA), and Eyewitness Identification Policy Review Panel.