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Jessica
Claire
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Professional Summary

Dedicated security professional with history of meeting company goals utilizing consistent and organized practices. Skilled in applying analytical and evaluative methods and techniques to resolve complex issues. Skilled in working under pressure and adapting to new situations and challenges to best enhance the organizational brand. Enthusiastic training professional successful at developing training plans and supplementary materials to help students excel. Works under strict deadlines and makes independent judgments about effectiveness of training. skilled in applying analytical and evaluative methods and techniques to resolve complex issues.

Skills
  • Training procedures
  • Employee training
  • Leadership
  • Team building
  • Safety training
  • Verbal and written communication
  • Interpersonal communication
  • Adaptability
  • Electronic and stationary surveillance
  • Hazard analysis and risk control
  • Prevention of Criminal Activity
  • Investigation documentation
Education
United States Military Police Academy Fort Leonard Wood, MO, Expected in 02/2021 : Law Enforcement - GPA :
American River College Sacramento, CA Expected in 05/2020 Associate of Science : Criminal Justice - GPA :
Work History
Six Flags, Corp. - Military Police
Austell, GA, 06/2020 - Current

Secure restricted areas and enforce limited access for civilians and military members in order to provide force protection and property security, interview witnesses, victims and suspects in investigations, collect factual information for reports, securing and processing crime scenes, and arresting and charging criminal suspects. Direct logistical training procedures in accordance with military regulations such as preventative maintenance checks and services for all military vehicles, preventative maintenance checks and services and function checks on all issued weapons. Making on the spot corrections to help build and retain a successful soldier. Taking charge of convoys in making sure the team reaches the desired destination in a timely manner. Implement and establish protocols upholding all safety standards through project completion. Taking Acquisition Leadership Challenge Program (ALCP) for future promotions. Directed logistical training procedures in accordance with military regulations.

Transportation Security Administration, DHS - Transportation Security Administration
City, STATE, 09/2019 - Current

Interact with public to give directions, explain rules and regulations and respond to inquiries. Adhere to strict screening techniques and procedures while conducting screenings on passengers and staff. Operate X-ray screening machines and tools to screen people, containers and personal belongings for potential hazards and weapons. Identify and challenge potentially unauthorized individuals for screening and detention in order to prevent access to restricted areas. Authenticate boarding passes, identification and passports to prevent fraudulent travel. Maintain awareness and focus to identify potentially life-threatening objects or weapons of mass destruction. Conduct bag searches and perform pat-downs of passengers to maintain secure, safe premises. Engage in casual conversations with individuals to assess and analyze behaviors. Use explosive detection machines and chemical swab systems to identify potential hazards. Perform target searches on individuals exiting screening equipment to detect prohibited and dangerous items. Help and make on the spot corrections for officers and other Transportation Security Administration staff on current standard operating procedures. Train new hires on opening procedures for the checkpoint by calibrating screening equipment which include: Walk Through Metal Detector (WTMD) , Smiths Detection x-ray, Advanced Image Technology (AIT), Alarms, and CAT identification scanners. Provide guidance and resolution for routine questions or issues that officers and other staff may have and assist with passenger engagement when needed. Collecting numbers to accurately account for incoming passengers. Accurately entering lost and found items into the system.

Kohls Department Store - Supervisory Loss Prevention Officer
City, STATE, 02/2019 - 08/2019

Attentively monitored store and surrounding areas for signs of attempted theft by customers or personnel, intervening when necessary. Calmly and efficiently addressed emergency situations such as safety hazards and threats to life or property, deescalating when possible and directing shoppers to safety. Upheld strict security and safety procedures to protect business from financial losses due to theft or careless mismanagement. Generated comprehensive reports documenting evidence of attempted theft and recovered merchandise. Supported audits, shortage control initiatives, apprehensions and disposition by preparing and reviewing associated paperwork. Collaborated with law enforcement to detain and prosecute theft perpetrators, appearing in court hearings to provide honest and full eyewitness testimony of events. Evaluated exhibited behavior and age of suspected perpetrators to calculate appropriate response to suspected theft attempts, erring on side of caution to mitigate liability risk. Headed safety and loss prevention programs by guiding staff. Trained all new asset protection personnel both one-on-one and in group settings which include hands-on and verbal apprehension techniques, CCTV knowledge, report writing, collection of stolen merchandise and creating cases for law enforcement, weekly store audits and known theft areas. Introduced and implanted viable loss control strategies by maintaining strong partnerships and trust with customers. Increased company understanding of loss control strategies through on-site client training seminars and implementation of new programs. Worked with clients and risk management specialists to provide meaningful solutions that met client needs. Enhanced training processes for both clients and departments to increase overall functionality.

WinCo Foods - Loss Prevention Agent
City, STATE, 08/2016 - 09/2018

Upheld strict security and safety procedures to protect business from financial losses due to theft or careless mismanagement. Provided loss control reporting for prospects and clients. Introduced and implanted viable loss control strategies by maintaining strong partnerships and trust with customers. Built strong partnerships by gaining customer trust for implementation of viable loss control strategies. Prepared reports for clients and underwriters regarding property loss features and recommendations for improvement and future needs. Enhanced training processes for both clients and departments to increase overall functionality. Developed and presented training programs for clients and departments within company. Evaluated exhibited behavior and age of suspected perpetrators to calculate appropriate response to suspected theft attempts, erring on side of caution to mitigate liability risk. Trained all new executives and asset protection personnel. Delivered training to all new executives and asset protection personnel, both one-on-one and in group settings. Introduced and implanted viable loss control strategies by maintaining strong partnerships and trust with customers.

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • United States Military Police Academy
  • American River College

Job Titles Held:

  • Military Police
  • Transportation Security Administration
  • Supervisory Loss Prevention Officer
  • Loss Prevention Agent

Degrees

  • Associate of Science

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