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Correctional Supervisor, 03/2009 to Current Department Of Justice Federal Bureau Of Prisons – victorville, CA
Salary: 92,000.00 USD Per Year
Hours per week: 40
Series: 7404 Pay Plan: WS Grade: 08, As a Correctional Supervisor for the Federal Correctional Complex in Victorville, California, I am responsible for maintaining control and order of a large population of inmates that are assigned to my job detail.
As a supervisor, I maintain a team of workers by providing direct supervision and guiding individuals of daily activities.
I am responsible for building dynamic teams of workers and identify all issues according to operating standards.
I manage and prioritize all production process to ensure compliance to all local laws.
Enforcement of resident behavior management systems and submit incident reports to be included in case records for later prosecutions.
Prepared daily reports to include interviews, answering general inquiries from federal, state, and local governments representatives during civil and criminal processes.
Proficient in the implementation of defensive tactics and physical restraints of violent and unruly inmates and visitors to maintain the safety and security of officers, medical personnel, and the public.
Verify and executed warrants, searched databases to obtain information, searches and seizures, and fingerprinted inmates.
Conducted visual pre-trip or post-trip equipment inspections of transport emergency vehicles and equipment to be utilized for inmate transfer to multiple locations such as medical, dental, funerals, and court hearings.
Performed vehicle or foot patrols to maximize the security of federal properties.
Utilized video communications and covert video surveillance to observe and report incidents to be utilized as evidence.
Proficient in the use of force policy according to Department of Justice policy.
Extensive training in the manipulation of various weapon such as, 9mm, M16, Shotgun, chemical munitions and less than lethal.
Planned and carried out criminal investigations, provided support for the arrest of individuals accused of violating Federal law, served court orders, secured affidavits, documented evidence, and signed statements.
Supervisor: Stacy Bently (760-530-5826)
Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes.
Correctional Officer, 04/2006 to 03/2009 Metropolitan Detention Center – Los Angeles, United States, CA
Salary: 68,000.00 USD Per Year
Hours per week: 40
Series: 0007 Pay Plan: GL Grade: 07
Correctional Officer (This is a federal job, I was assigned to many posts that required interactions with the public, inmates, and other law enforcement agencies.
My duties as a correctional officer where to defuse disruptive behavior and potential inmate problems, such as suicide risk, intoxication, drug usage, assaultive behavior.
Conducted daily searches of inmates by pat and strip method to detect and confiscate contraband and unapproved items.
Conducted visual, audio, and video surveillance of the facility and searched all vehicles entering and leaving the facility to ensure that no personnel, weapons, drugs, or other contraband are smuggled in or out of the institution.
Performed head counts to visually ensure the presence of all inmates and checked identifications of visitors, lawyers, public defenders, paralegals, probation officers, and other law enforcement agencies to ensure only authorized persons enter or leave the facility.
Responded to emergency situations according to facility procedures and federal law, such as, medical, fire, and security.
Documented all daily activities by creating a narrative reports describing events that have happened, suchas confidential reports, incident reports, disciplinary reports.
Transported inmates or detainees to court or other destinations, such as, court hearings and other agencies.
Supervisor: Antonio Sigala (323-435-0439)
Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes.
Sheriff Deputy Liaison, 02/2002 to 04/2006 Sentinel Offender Services – Los Angeles, United States, CA
30,000.00 USD Bi-weekly
Hours per week: 40, As a Deputy Sheriff Liaison at the Los Angeles County Jail, I was assigned to all daily releases and responsibilities of the Los Angeles County Electronic Monitoring Program.
I was responsible for the release of sentenced and pretrial inmates into the Los Angeles County Jail house arrest program.
My job responsibilities where to manage the complete classification of all county jail and pretrial inmates by launching an extensive background investigation of all inmates and defendants that qualify for the Electronic Monitoring Program from the County Jail.
Classification with a background investigation, such as, finger prints, life scan, court legal documents verification, immigration clearance (287g), interview immigration status, verify removal proceedings, enter data into ICE's database, issue immigration detainers to hold individuals until ICE takes custody.
Determined qualifications for defendants within the program Provided authoritative information and analysis in court proceedings from court personnel, and judges.
Monitored all conditions and criteria set by the courts to ensure compliance with the house arrest and electronic monitoring program.
Investigated offenders in violation of electronic monitoring program and served as the case agent for interagency investigations.
Completed a detail interviews with offenders entering electronic monitoring program and coordinated the installation of the electronic monitoring equipment, such as, global position systems, radio frequency, home surveillance units.
Conducted random checks to ensure compliance with the program and determined methods of operation and required resources for electronic monitoring program by preparing and distributing electronic monitoring detail reports to all concerned court personnel.
Assembled and coordinated a non-compliance team of deputies to apprehend absconders in a joint operation with other law enforcement agencies and interagency transfer of noncitizens into ICE custody.
On 08/16/2007, received a foreign language award.
On 09/22/2007, received a special act award.
On 10/10/2008, received a special act award.
On 02/08/2009, received a time off award.
On 12/06/2009, received a time off award.
On 07/03/2011, received a time off award.
On 09/21/2014, received a time off award.
On 09/09/2016, received a special act award.
On 11/15/2016, received a time off award.
On 09/17/2017, received a time off award.
On 06/15/2018, received a special act award.
On 09/13/2018, received a special act award.