I hope to be considered for the Correctional Sergeant III position to continue my career with NC DPS. I went to college, where I obtained a B.S in Human Services at Montreat College to set out a desired road of a lifelong commitment of loyalty to my employer, to help establish a successful career. If considered for this position I will lead by example and continue to be the best supervisor I can be to each of my employees. I will use my advanced knowledge and experience in law enforcement to help me when it comes to decision making.I will apply my passion for community serves employment to follow the mission statement of NCDPS to promote public safety by the administration of a fair and humane system which provides reasonable opportunities for adjudicated offenders to develop progressively responsible behavior. I will continue to conduct myself in a professional manner, while being a positive role model in and outside the facility.
My duties as a Correctional Sergeant are as follows. I am to carry out shift briefing with my staff on a daily basis. I communicate all directives from the chain of command. I lead by example with staff not by demand. The general Public is the main priority while working in the department of corrections. Correctional staff as expected to carry themselves with professional conduct while interacting with the inmate population, colleagues and the public. Being the supervisor it is my job to keep staff in compliance with these operating procedures.I process and complete disciplinary within the inmate population when necessary. If staff have issues with an inmate or the inmate population they call upon me as their direct supervisor and I will report the issue through the chain of command. I lean on communication in this career and relay this information to my staff everyday. This career, it takes a team effort as there is always the unexpected around the corner. Trust, loyalty and honesty are three big definitions I carry while serving the state of North Carolina as a Sergeant.
I worked at McDowell High School from August 2016 to May 2018. I served students at McDowell high School in stepping into a career or college after graduation. This position was considered a GEAR UP facilitator. I worked with grades 9th thru 12th preparing their journey after high school. I stepped down from this position in May 2016. I personally wanted to continue my Law Enforcement career and decided to have a career change chasing my Law enforcement dream. I had a job opportunity come up closer to home and decided it was the time to step away from teaching.
I started as an Intern with the Caldwell County Sheriff Office after Graduating from Montreat College with a Bachelor's degree in Human services. I worked and completed my internship with Caldwell county and set up my future career seeking sponsorship from Caldwell County major to continue my journey in becoming a Deputy. After completing BELT I was told that the wait to become on the road could be awhile and would have to become a reserve. I then decided to take and accept a position with McDowell County
schools for benefits for the current status of my family. I gained a lot of knowledge while being with Caldwell County, working in the jail, civil division and while responding to calls on the street and report writing.
I gained a Bachelor of Science in Human Services at Montreat College. I have had a desire to work and help others every day. This field offers many options in helping others. I chose this degree with the eye sight of one day working in a law enforcement. I would be able to relate better with those who are struggling with things mentally, while being able to communicate and lead those in need, to the help that's out there. I received a scholarship through athletics that gave me the opportunity to earn this degree. I look forward to giving back to my community by using this degree to help others in many aspects of life.
I Graduated South Caldwell High School with a 3.5 GPA in 2010. I Earned a full ride Scholarship to Montreat College with Athletics and Academic Scholarship to continue on my educational Journey to pursue a career in law enforcement or becoming a Warden in the Department of Corrections.
I am Cell ExtractionCertified and have been involved in many cell Extractions throughout the facility. I am an active member of the Drug Interdiction Team and have been involved in many call out operations with active P.E.R.T at facilities throughout the North Carolina prison system.
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