Dedicated Security Supervisor adept in security monitoring procedures, including surveillance equipment expertise. Proven history of operating with heightened awareness and attention to detail with track record of alleviating risks and exercising sound judgment in high-pressure situations.
Under general supervision, performs full-performance level work in selecting, installing, implementing and maintaining multiple platforms and multiple applications, in particular that associated with Local Area Network/Wide Area Networks, mid-range systems and/or large systems. Depending upon the assignment, may function as a resource for software support and/or develop a computer literacy curriculum and training for a large agency or multiple agencies. Troubleshoots problems which occur in various networked micro, mini and mainframe computer systems. trains users on proper procedures and usage of computer hardware and software and/or assists in development of customized user training. Evaluates and recommends software and upgrades. May specialize in a area of technical expertise such as networking technologies, data communications, hardware support, software support, training or information technology forensic examinations and conducting investigations of computerized accounting or other computerized records systems.
Responsible for designing and installing new networked Local Area Network (LAN) CCTV Security Systems for the facility. Responsibilities include installation of CCTV hardware (i.e. cameras IP and Analog, network cable CAT5/CAT6, digital video recorders (DVR)/network video recorders (NVR), programming of DVR/NVRs with proper IP address (Static/Dynamic) Subnet mask and Default gateway, connect DVR/NVR to facilities main Local Area Network switch via Ethernet cable (CAT5/CAT6), configure staff desktop/laptop computers to access multiple DVR/NVRs via facilities LAN by installing proper software to communicate with DVR/NVR, provide technical support and train staff on proper use of DVR/NVR software used to access DVR/NVR via LAN). Maintain standalone and LAN connected Digital Video Recorders (DVR/NVR) by updating DVR/NVR operating systems software/hardware with current updates also updating staff desktop/laptop computers software to maintain LAN connections with each CCTV system, use diagnostic/monitoring software to review network operating system performance to identify problems and take appropriate corrective action to maintain proper connection to the LAN, conducts needs analysis for CCTV system/systems and makes suggestions for upgrades/improvements/repairs to CCTV/LAN systems, schedule and/or coordinate services provided by vendors. Works with purchasing agents to complete Request for Quote to provide cost analysis for new CCTV systems and upgrades to existing systems. Also responsible for downloading video of critical incidents and making copies of downloaded video for administrative staff for review and maintaining a digital library of all video for future reference. Armory Officer– Responsible for the overall operation of the Institutional Armory including providing a mechanism which ensures that firearms, chemical agents and related security items are stored in a secure but readily accessible depository. Armory Officer Duties include; provide secure storage, handling and accountability for firearms, ammunition, chemical agents and security equipment. Ensure that all weapons have been properly maintained and are in working order including a written record of maintenance of each firearm. Maintain an up to date inventory of all firearms, munitions, chemicals and security equipment which includes make, model, caliber, serial number, facility number and expiration date. Maintain an up to date inventory of all areas where firearms, munitions, chemical agents and/or security related equipment is stored. Key Control Officer – Maintain a current inventory of Primary Key Boxes, Secondary Key Boxes, Emergency Key Box, Key Blanks and Lock Cores. Maintain a log of all personal issue keys to employees through an established Master Key Control log and mapping system which includes the following, trade name and quantity of each key, padlock and cores, location of all key rings and locks, key ring number on which keys are located, detailed list of keys on each ring, all restricted keys and personnel authorized to draw each restricted ring and a list of all Emergency key rings and a color codes identification system of each Emergency key and emergency Lock. Inspect and repair locks to ensure proper and secure function of all facility locks. Duplicate and issues keys for entire facility staff to perform their daily duties. Maintain facilities five Key Watch Systems to ensure proper function of facilities daily operations. Key Watch Systems duties include entry, removal of all staff in the system as they are hired, transferred, terminated or resigns. Complete weekly reports of Key Watch System transactions. Keeps immediate supervisors informed of Key Control issues
Conducts/assists with orientation or on-the-job training for beginning Correctional Officers. Reads and implements training materials; posts orders, administrative regulations; logs entries and memorandums. Obtains information from previous shift regarding activities occurring on that shift. Conducts/assists with offender intake/discharge procedures; observes, monitors and supervises offenders to detect unusual or prohibited behavior and maintains custody and control within the correctional facility. Performs counts at regular, or other, intervals to ensure offender accountability; transports offenders to and from correctional facilities; searches persons, personal property and areas; instructs and supervises offenders in performing assigned tasks. Maintains public safety and control of offenders by enforcing rules, regulations and state law; reports violations. Testifies at internal disciplinary hearings and in court. Interacts with offenders in order to facilitate development or improvement of living and social skills; reinforces positive behavior; listens and responds appropriately to offender requests, problems and complaints. Participates in staff, team and committee meetings.
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