Previously served as an accomplished Security Investigations Manager for the Bellagio Resort and Casino. During my six years in this role, I facilitated numerous successful investigations into criminal activity impacting the Bellagio. These cases include employee embezzlement, grand larceny, fraud, financial crimes, and numerous robberies. Presently, I am a Criminal Investigator for the Nevada Attorney General's Office. I am responsible for a variety of cases to include surveillance and undercover operations to locate missing children, public integrity cases, financial fraud, consumer fraud, mortgage fraud, and agency assists. I am currently undergoing certification to become a trainer for the Nevada Attorney General's Office. I have conducted numerous arrests, search warrants, telephonic search warrants, and have experience testifying in court.
Responsible for the investigation into millions of dollars in theft from the Bellagio Resort and Casino, Bellagio Supervisor in the Spotlight Nominee, Bellagio Employee of the Year Nominee, Investigations Instructor for MGM Resorts International Corporate Academy, Graduate of the Silver State Law Enforcement Academy where I held the rank of Class Sergeant and was awarded the Valedictorian and Leadership Awards, Trainer for the Nevada Office of the Attorney General's Fraud Unit
Oversee the Security investigation of all hotel/casino fraud or misconduct impacting the Bellagio. Responsible for coordination with department heads and law enforcement to facilitate the investigative process. Structure investigations for the Bellagio and manage a team of Security Investigators. Conduct research/report writing for various types of fraud, embezzlement, and misconduct. Track patterns of criminal activity, identify suspects, and assess vulnerabilities.
Served as a point of contact for various departments and law enforcement personnel. Responsible for supervising a staff of Security Investigators and ensuring that crimes against the Bellagio were properly documented, suspects identified, video retained, and prosecution requested.
Conducted research/report writing for various types of fraud, embezzlement, and misconduct. Plain clothes monitoring of various activities within the hotel/casino. Conducted citizen's arrests, Metro Summons in Lieu of Arrests, Incident Crime Reports, and Voluntary Statements. Coordinated with the Legal Department for subpoena records and assisted law enforcement with any requested information.
Managed the daily operations of the award-winning “O” by Cirque du Soleil. Oversaw nightly occupancy, ticket sales, guest relations, and supervised a staff of Ticket Office Cashiers. Responsible for researching any accounting discrepancies related to cashiers. Uncovered a wide variety of illegal ticket sales through "ticket scalping" and fraud. Subsequently implemented a "blacklist" system within the department.
Assisted the Ticket Office Supervisor with inputting reservations and addressing guest disputes. Handled multiple line phone calls and coordinated with Casino Marketing contacts to reserve seats for invited guests. Monitored seating availability and provided upgraded seating to patrons when necessary.
Coursework includes: speech and communication, analysis and comparison, with an emphasis in reading and writing abilities.
Former member of the International Association of Financial Crimes Investigators. Active member of N.A.D.D.I. (National Association of Drug Diversion Investigators)
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