Motivated Officer committed to serving and protecting citizens from crime and dangerous activities. Extensive conflict and crisis prevention training. I am a quick thinker, skilled in assessing risks and making critical decisions under extreme pressure.
-Land Management Police Training Academy (FLETC)
-Drug Enforcement Training Academy (FLETC)
-Traffic Accident Investigation Course (FLETC)
-DUI Detection and Standardized Field Sobriety Testing Course (FLETC)
-Origin and Cause Fire Investigator Course (FLETC)
-California Penal Code 832 Firearms Familiarization (CA P.O.S.T)
-California Penal Code 832 Arrest, Search and Seizure (CA P.O.S.T)
-Helicopter Crew Member (USDA Forest Service)
-Federal Law Enforcement Officer Field Training
-Qualified Police Sharp Shooter with a score of 92% with Handgun 100% with Rifle 100% with Shotgun
92% with Handgun
100% with Rifle
100% with Shotgun
Coordinate and participate in efforts of Federal, State, and local law enforcement agencies in planning and conducting law enforcement operations on assigned units. Plan, direct, and conduct patrols to prevent, detect and enforce violations of Federal laws and regulations on National Forest System lands related to resources, property, employees and users. Apprehend and detain persons who have committed or are suspected of committing criminal offenses affecting National Forest System lands. This includes the arrest of suspects, the execution of arrest and search warrants, and the transportation of prisoners to detention facilities. Conduct full investigations of misdemeanor crimes and offenses of regulatory and Federal criminal laws affecting National Forest System lands and is assigned full felony investigations or portions of felony investigations under the direction of a case agent. Locate, secure and protect crime scenes, collect and/or seize evidence, obtain physical and documentary evidence, interview witnesses and suspects, prepare investigative reports, and testify at hearings and trials. Serve subpoenas, summons, and other legal documents. Participate in investigations ranging from several days to several weeks from origin to completion. Conduct investigations and assist Special Agents with other complex cases, including working in an undercover capacity and developing informants. Detect and enforce criminal law offenses including, but not limited to: timber theft, wildland arson, livestock trespass, archeological resource protection, and drug control laws that affect National Forest System lands. Serve as a technical specialist for the prosecution of cases in U.S. Magistrate Court, and State and local courts, as authority dictates. Serve as a technical specialist for forest resource and protection activities including timber sales and recreation areas to identify potential law enforcement problems. Evaluate results, provide input and assist in the planning and implementation of future corrective and preventive measures. Provides feedback regarding preventive methods affecting resource areas during the planning stages of timber, resource, recreation, and other ecosystem projects. Plan, execute, evaluate and report on the law enforcement program regarding the protection of National Forest System users, resources, employees and facilities through prevention, detection and enforcement within the National Forest System. Monitor cooperative law enforcement agreements with other Federal, State, county and local government entities. Coordinate enforcement planning activities with other Forest Service units, and State and Federal agencies. Serves as a liaison to cooperative agencies such as, County Sheriff Departments and other State and Federal agencies concerning law enforcement activities that involve the protection of the resources, users, employees, and facilities on National Forest System lands. Investigate civil and administrative matters which may result in a claim for or against the Government, including accidents which involve the public use of National Forest System lands or involve Forest Service personnel, vehicles, or activities.
Perform Forest Protection Officer duties for the unit. Perform various inspections of equipment or sites on forest land. Document any violations of safety, regulations, etc. and forwards recommendations to appropriate enforcement or follow-up personnel. Issue welding, blasting, campfire, and burning permits to public and private entities. Conduct routine inspections of areas such as electrical/electronic sites, power lines, resorts, camps, USDA Forest Service developed facilities, special risk areas, timber sales sites, mining operations, gas and oil wells, and construction sites on either public or private lands within the Forest protection area. Advise responsible parties of any hazards or unsatisfactory conditions regarding laws or regulations. Detect and suppress fires while patrolling an assigned unit. Assess size and potential of fires, determine need for assistance and request appropriate resources. Ensure safety practices are followed to minimize injuries to employee and the public. When advised by dispatcher or lookout of fire or other incidents within assigned unit, I'd proceed immediately to scene to take suppression or other appropriate action in responding to wildland fires and other wildland urban interface/intermix situations. Provide input for fire prevention plans and execute regular and recurring segments of the approved plan. Assist in the implementation of prescribed burn plans, etc. Assist in presenting the role of fire in ecosystems management educational programs with both internal and external people. Help present fire prevention programs in local schools. Assist in special events such as parades, fairs, festivals, etc. Provide input for the unit's sign plan. Construct and maintains signs in accordance with that plan. Assist in the implementation of a hazard reduction plan for developed sites within the Forest protection area. Participate in maintaining the district's pre-attack plan. Provide input on the designation and management of public access routes and frequently occupied areas. Investigate fires, other trespasses, accidents, and law violations on USDA Forest Service land. Assist in identifying, collecting, and preserving evidence in the probable cause of wildland fires. Observe and assists in interviews to obtain statements from witnesses.
Land Management Police Training Academy. This is a Nevada P.O.S.T approved academy for Category 1 level.
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