My back ground is wide. IVe worked in family business as a auto painter learned the trade.I painted cars work n them take parts off put parts on, order supplies match paint colors, detail, last man before parking it for the customer. At 24 years old I decided to venture off into another career. I got hired in 1998 with the CA Dept Of Corrections had to go to academy. There I worked for 15 years in two different prisons as a Correctional Officer. As a Correctional Officer after time you work almost all the positions and learn fast on profiling and peoples personality's and demeanor's. You work different post from ones with firearm's in observation towers and control booth, transportation. You carry a average of about 25 pounds of tools and keys which you learn about key and tool control inventories, and have to count inmates at different times of the days. Write reports, respond to emergency's. Every year trained in many subjects like suicide prevention,CPR, Stress reduction, chemical and expandable baton training with self-defense. Work in the Kitchen learn the food procedures, code three driving, I worked at Pelican Bay and Solano State Prison. Many things to mention. Often you supervised your inmate work crew in a giving area you worked in. For example I had crews of yard workers, building porter, different culinary work crew from dining hall line workers, and back dock.
Averted a potential riot by effectively handling a confrontational situation with other corrections team members.Completed extensive crisis prevention and intervention training programs.
1999 I transfer to Enforced resident behavior management system and wrote incident reports for infractions.Employed de-escalation techniques, verbal commands and used physical and mechanical restraints to address unruly inmates.Maintained correct physical head count at all times.Wrote daily reports that included recommendations for further treatment strategies and diagnostic efforts.Attended regular trainings and maintained appropriate certifications.Employed de-escalation techniques, verbal commands and used physical and mechanical restraints to address unruly inmates.Maintained correct physical head count at all times.Solano to get back closer to home.
IFollowed checklists to verify that all important parts were examined.Examined vehicles to determine the extent of damage or malfunctions.Repaired and replaced radiators and water pumps.Dried car surfaces using air compressors and cloths.Operated pneumatic tools and air compressors.Organized work records and filed reports.Washed, waxed and buffed the exterior of vehicles.Vacuumed car interiors to remove dirt and debris and cleaned upholstery and surfaces.Ordered Transported customers to and from the shop for the customer service program.accurate amounts of parts and supplies to maintain necessary inventory. Painted and repaired body damage and replaced wreck damaged parts from collisions and painted and detailed.
Law Enforcement and Justice Administration courseworkHomeland Security seminar 3.25 GPA. Member of Oscar Company Group. NRA Range Safety Officer Certification
Graduated [Honor Name][Award Name] Academic Achievement Award, was part of the R.O.P. welding class where we did work and learned productions.
Captain and started my neighborhood watch, Cal Ripken and Little League Baseball Coached, PTA Member, Woodland JR Wolves Football Snack, Younger son's disability soccer league and challenger league Baseball Woodland Little League, Helping out with Woodland Wrestling club. Musician at hear I p lay instrument's but Drums are my main. Surfed, Pretty seriously about playing paint ball gun games and have my own small Business to help with the playing fees and supply's. Martial arts, I have 4 sons.
Proficient on most soft ware programs and Internet and roughly now type maybe 35-40 words a minute
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