Border Patrol Agent with advanced leadership skills and knowledge of the legal system. Communicates effectively with others and helps motivate them to make positive life changes. Experienced military leader with success in responsible and challenging positions; seeking entry-level position with the Drug Enforcement Agency to gain work related experience.
Risk and needs assessments
Crisis intervention techniques
Administration of Physical Restraints training
Trained in defensive tactics
Criminal law knowledge
Strong work ethic
Strong decision maker
Strong leadership skills and capabilites
Border Patrol Agent, 09/2016 to 10/2016 U.S. Customs and Border Protection – McAllen, Texas
Screening those entering and leaving the country, seizing illegal shipments, preventing entry of terrorist weapons, traffic control, and covert surveillance.
Border Patrol Academy class Section Leader.
Demonstrated ability to conduct roving patrol stops and checkpoints.
Knowledge in determining U.S. Citizenship or alienage.
Security Officer, 05/2012 to 09/2016 Templar Security – Houston, Texas
Conducted roving patrols and static security checkpoints for private residence
Protected property and homeowners from criminal activity.
Monitored closed-circuit video feed for suspicious activity.
Execute site specific security protocols and follow company regulations and policies.
Patrolled sites on foot and vehicle patrol to provide visible deterrence to incidents and respond quickly to disturbances.
Coordinated and worked closely with law enforcement and other agencies if required.
Section Leader, 06/2013 to 05/2015 U.S. Marine Corps Reserve – Austin , Texas
Evaluated a thirty-man section for progress toward completing annual training and administrative tasks.
Ensured proper treatment and conditioning of all Marines under my command.
Coordinated work assignments, administrative duties, administrative discipline and evaluations of a mortar section.
As a Section Leader in an Infantry Mortar Section, I was directly responsible for the control, training, and actions of the thirty Marines in my Section.
Instrumental in the planning, coordination, and execution of combat operations both in training and while deployed in the field.
Performed Platoon Sergeant duties while he was away which included administrative management of the entire Mortar Platoon.
Brown Belt in the Marine Corps martial arts program.
Squad Leader, 06/2007 to 06/2011 U.S. Marine Corps – Camp Pendleton, California
Employed appropriate incentives and sanctions to achieve desired behaviors and outcomes of a Marine Infantry Squad.
Monitored annual training and progress in Infantry tactics by reviewing and counseling my Junior Marines.
Maintained organized documentation in compliance with Marine Corps standards and regulations.
Initiated crisis intervention by following official crisis communication plans and training per Marine Corps policy.
Coordinated and worked closely with foreign militaries to help train and assess combat readiness.
Conducted combat operations in Afghanistan to neutralize terrorist activity.
Coordinated and conducted squad patrols to search for improvised explosive devices, weapons, and drugs.
Bachelor of Arts: Criminal Justice & Political Science, 2015 Sam Houston State University -
Cumulative GPA 2.84
Cumulative Major GPA in Criminal Justice 3.25
Cumulative Major GPA in Political Science 2.91
Dean's List Academic Achievement Award Spring 2013
Coursework in Law Enforcement.
Coursework in Criminology and Criminal Justice.
Coursework in Global Terrorism and Homeland Security.