Accomplished law enforcement executive with demonstrated ability to deliver mission-critical results with innovation, creativity and strategic customer service orientation.
Leadership/communication skills with employee relations
Planning, Staffing, Directing and Budgeting expertise
Supervision and management of Police Operations
Application of effective disciplinary procedures
Customer-service orientation of community policing
Project and Grants management
Administrative, operational and programmatic oversight of Public Safety Services
Administrative and operational oversight of training and certification programs
Initiated multiple community oriented policing efforts which resulted in reduction of crime, increase in available operational service time and reduction of police-community insularity.
Spearheaded implementation of effective oversight and accountability efforts with command and operational supervisors with the focus on crime reduction efforts by use of statistical and empirical data tracking of crime, fire and emergency medical calls for service.
Handled leadership functions related to a fully-functional and completely integrated department of public safety (police, fire and emergency medical operations).
Utilizing effective problem solving techniques and team building, enacted policies, procedures, leadership strategies and efficient feedback techniques to increase public safety services to the community.
Planned, developed and implemented a leadership development training program with executive and supervisory staff within the organization.
Developed and implemented strategic plans for dignitary protection and large-scale community events.
Spearheaded innovative programs through acquisition of federal, state and local grants which decreased public endangerment of deaths, injuries and property damage.
July 2010 to Current
COLORADO STATE PATROLLakewood, COCriminal Intelligence Analyst
Perform criminal intelligence analysis on major crimes occurring with the State of Colorado and assigned to the Colorado Information Analysis Center (CIAC).
Developed, composed and published intelligence products on pattern, series and high incident crimes involving bank robberies, auto theft, arson, bombings and other threats to public safety (e.g., terrorism and high profile crimes).
Use of I-2 Analyst Notebook, SQL Server, SharePoint, and other analytical tools to assist in the identification, development and dissemination of intelligence products.
July 2010 to February 2011
JOINT FORCES, LLCDenver, COPresident
Investigations, Training and Consultation Private investigations pertaining to motor vehicle crashes, law enforcement operations and professional standards adherence.
Develop, coordinate and present training curriculum in a variety of areas of law enforcement services, including executive development, total quality management, police discipline, first line supervision, traffic crash reconstruction, RADAR/LIDAR instructor, SFST instructor, police ethics, selective traffic enforcement strategies, internal affairs, instructor development and general police topics.
Provide consultation in management, administration and leadership of law enforcement operations.
October 2006 to July 2010
T.A.C.T. & ASSOCIATES, INCAlbuquerque, NMNM State SFST Coordinator & Senior Law Enforcement Trainer
Developed budget proposals, grant proposals and programs for law enforcement training throughout New Mexico.
Provided coordination and training to law enforcement personnel in nationally accredited curriculum.
Conducted statewide training and coordination for updating and renewing certifications for law enforcement on impaired driving training.
Provided law enforcement training in the realms of traffic crash reconstruction, RADAR/LIDAR, Selective Traffic Enforcement Programs, Management of Police Traffic Services, Instructor Development, SWAT, Police Ethics, Police Supervision, Executive Management and Police Discipline.
Certified master instructor in the areas of traffic enforcement, RADAR/LIDAR, SFST, Instructor Development and Crash Investigation.
Conducted training primarily directed through the New Mexico Law Enforcement Training Center and the New Mexico Department of Transportation Traffic Safety Bureau.
Developed, managed, controlled and administered an accountability system for tracking all law.
April 2003 to October 2006
CALVARY CHAPEL RIO RANCHORio Rancho, NMAssistant Pastor & Church Administrator
Developed, monitored, supervised and coordinated activities of all staff personnel, including volunteers, part-time and full-time staff.
Developed, implemented and monitored policies, procedures and regulations for personnel management.
Managed and directed budgetary finances, exceeding $1 million per year, for all areas of the ministry.
Developed, published and conducted training in the areas of finance, marriage studies and inductive bible study method.
Ordained as a pastor on June 18, 2000.
Began full-time ministry, as the Assistant Pastor, with Calvary Chapel after retirement from the City of Rio Rancho.
Was responsible for budgeting, purchasing, planning, directing, and ministerial concerns of biblical studies within the ministry.
June 1989 to October 2006
B.R. Associates, Inc.Albuquerque, NMCONSULTANT/TRAINER
Law Enforcement Trainer
Consulting in private investigations regarding traffic crash reconstruction and cause analysis.
Specialized in traffic services, worked in training and consultation of law enforcement services.
Specialization of instructor training in traffic crash investigation, reconstruction, selective enforcement programs, management and supervision, standardized field sobriety testing procedures, sobriety checkpoint operations, traffic crash cause analysis, radio detection and ranging (RADAR), and a train the trainer for instructor development.
July 1999 to September 2003
RIO RANCHO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETYAssistant Chief
November 1994 to July 1999
August 1990 to November 1994
September 1986 to August 1990
September 1985 to September 1986
June 1983 to September 1985
Began career as a patrol officer in the Department and gained experience in basic patrol operations, member of the Emergency Response Team (special weapons and tactics), motorcycle officer, training officer, emergency medical technician and fire fighter.
Promoted to first line supervisor, mid-management and executive level.
Developed skills for inter-personal relations, balanced abilities in situational management styles and utilized critical incident management techniques.
Supervised patrol squads, traffic unit, Emergency Response Team, Investigations Division, Training Unit and administered grants.
As an executive was responsible for planning, directing, organizing, staffing, supervising and evaluating operational functions of law enforcement, fire and emergency medical services inclusive of 143 personnel for primary emergency responses to the community.
Responsibilities included preparation of budgetary requests, grant acquisitions, innovative projects and programs, policy recommendations, establishment of.
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA - Quantico, Virginia F.B
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY TRAFFIC INSTITUE- Evanst
UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO Albuquerque, New Mexico Alcohol and Drug Abuse Studies Program
NEW MEXICO STATE UNIVERSITY Las Cruces, New MexicoSupplemental Law and Society
NEW MEXICO STATE UNIVERSITY Las Cruces, New MexicoCriminal Justice Bachelor of Arts & Science
NEW MEXICO STATE UNIVERSITY Carlsbad, New MexicoPolice Science Associates
Rio Rancho DPS Employee Assistance Program, Founder & Liaison - 1993 Management Negotiator for the City of Rio Rancho, 1995-1998 Governor's Task Force on Technical Issues Involving DWI - 1996 to 1997 National Lifesavers Planning Committee, Member - 1996 Conference New Mexico Town Hall, Panelist, 1995 Session Safer New Mexico Now Law Enforcement Advisory Committee - 1995 - 2001 Rio Rancho Traffic Safety Advisory Committee, Founder & Member - 1986 Acquired multiple grants for the City of Rio Rancho. Revised the Traffic Code in 1992. Rio Rancho Community DWI Task Force, Chairman - 1991 - 1995 American Criminal Justice Association, Vice President. 1980 to 1984