Jessica Claire
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor (555) 432-1000,
  • Possesses DOD Top Secret Clearance with eligibility for SCI.
  • Over seven years’ experience as law enforcement and security professional with experience in multiple disciplines that include personnel, physical, informational, general, operational, and sensitive compartmented information security and force protection.
  • Over six year’s leadership, training, supervision, and counseling experience.
  • Well organized, detail-oriented; with outstanding time management skills.
  • Expert in personnel management and training development
  • Expert with equipment accountability and materials management as well as with systematic planning and organization
  • Fast learner: takes direction well and requires little to no supervision
  • Self-motivated, outside the box thinker, and a tireless performer utilizing highly creative ways to complete the mission in a professional manner. Flexible, dedicated and hardworking; possessed high levels of motivation.
  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills; able to resolve conflict in a professional manner
  • Proficient with Defense Information System for Security (DISS) as well as Microsoft Office Software components.
Professional Summary

Motivated security professional with seven years of leadership, management, law enforcement, physical, and personnel security experience. Consistently performs above and beyond expectations in high stress situations. Lead peers and subordinates towards goals by fostering a teamwork oriented environment. Strong interpersonal and communication skills, integrity, and dedication.

Work History
07/2020 to 07/2021 Military Security Force Optimum Performance Institute | Woodland Hills, CA,
  • Conducted 8 hour patrols of National Military Command Center with Military Security Force Team (MSF) to spot and control security concerns.
  • Provided security and escort during Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff VIP visits ( e.g. POTUS, and Chairman/Vice Chairman counterpart visits).
  • Monitored the Joint Staff intrusion detection alarm, CCTV, Fire and CBRN systems to assure the security and integrity of the Joint Staff secure offices.
  • Moved throughout Pentagon facilities and among employees to remain aware of any developing security situations, including unauthorized personnel and/or unauthorized materials in Sensitive Compartmented Information Facilities (SCIF).
  • Collaborated with Pentagon Force Protection Agency to report suspicious activities and persons, assess threats and implement preventive measures.
  • Authorized entrance levels and granted or denied entrance into Joint Staff assigned facilities. Monitored and authorized entrance and departure of employees and visitors daily.
  • Identified and challenged potentially unauthorized individuals for screening of restricted documents and materials in order to prevent access to unauthorized areas.
  • Participated in staff meetings, special events and professional development activities.
  • Interacted assertively but non-confrontationally with all levels of Joint Staff General Officers, other Joint Staff personnel and general public.
  • Streamlined operational efficiencies, implementing process improvements relating to law enforcement, fire prevention and protection, criminal investigations, physical security and military security force development, health, welfare and safety.
10/2015 to 06/2020 Physical Security Supervisor/Squad Leader/Military Police US Army, Intelligence And Security Command | City, STATE,
  • Military Police Security Shift Supervisor, responsible for the welfare, training, personal and professional growth of 10 personnel; evaluated and prepared Non-Commissioned Officer Evaluation Reports (NCOERs) of performance for four Non-Commissioned Officers.
  • Provided physical security and force protection for thousands of employees dispersed across multiple locations within the military district of Washington D.C.
  • Executed duties for access control and physical security of a 1.8 billion dollar compound and ongoing Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF) construction site.
  • Validated the accuracy of information generated on the daily staff journal for both internal and external audiences and presented a highly professional image to oversight and compliance authorities.
  • Trained personnel daily on Defense Information Security System (DISS). Provided supervision in support of HQ INSCOM's security disciplines.
  • Organized data, established deadlines, and followed up and coordinated with military and community agencies. Identified communication barriers and integrated exchange of information, building cohesion between agencies across the garrison footprint.


  • Provided expert advice and guidance to key leadership and management regarding physical security operations and training.
  • Oversaw the proper destruction of classified material.
  • Monitored and responded to Intrusion Detection System (IDS) alarms, conducted recurring alarm tests, and ensured proper function of access control doors according to SOP.
  • Coordinated and conducted 100% monthly Random Anti-Terrorism Measures (RAMS) Entry and Exit Inspections, Vehicle Inspections, and Loading Dock Inspections for HQ INSCOM.
  • Executed duties IAW Intelligence Community Directive (ICD) 705 Physical Security Standards for Sensitive Compartmented Information Facilities (SCIF).
  • Executed and maintained appropriate chain of custody receipt procedures during the confiscation of any unauthorized materials.
  • Coordinated all areas of access control support for day to day organizational operations and assigned programs, to include the issuance of security access badges for visitor control of military, civilian and contractor personnel.
  • Assisted with initiation of Emergency Action Plan (EAP) in the event of emergency situations requiring evacuation and relocation of personnel and sensitive equipment.


  • Interpreted, implemented, and administered National Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Department of Defense (DoD), and Department of the Army (DA) policies and procedures.
  • Processed and verified that visit request certifications were passed properly for INSCOM personnel visiting other organizations utilizing the Defense Information System for Security (DISS).
  • Ensured that clearances for all incoming visitors to INSCOM were verified in DISS and logged in the KM Portal for access control daily.


  • Ensured compliance with policies and procedures within the Department of Defense, Executive Orders, and other Intelligence Community Agencies.
  • Knowledgeable of all security policies, procedures, directives and regulations issued by the Director of National Intelligence.
  • Ensured that personnel conducted annual security refresher training and other mandated training for security.
  • Executed procedures for entry and exit of media, property, and other devices IAW local operating procedures.
  • Ensured that all personnel designated as classified information couriers possessed a memorandum for record or DD2501.
10/2014 to 10/2015 Driver US Army, 94th Military Police Battalion | City, STATE,
  • Assigned as Battalion Command Sergeant's Major driver.
  • Responsible for maintaining both tactical and non tactical vehicles, ensuring the safe transportation of a variety of senior military officials.
  • Responsible for maintaining equipment necessary for the battalion mission.
  • Responsible for helping maintain military officials' schedules, setting up meetings, and being available at a moment's notice to ensure safe transportation throughout the peninsula of South Korea.
  • Kept senior officials informed on daily activities by updating logs with information such as mileage, gas use and any special incidents.
  • Achieved consistent safety targets by adjusting driving to different road and traffic conditions, and avoiding dangerous driving actions.
  • Completed routine pre- and post-trip inspections to evaluate vehicles and assess maintenance needs.
  • Coordinated efficient routes to avoid delays and optimize schedules.
  • Cleaned and maintained vehicle and assessed vehicle for damage after each shift.
Expected in 01/2023 Bachelor of Science | Criminal Justice University of Maryland - Baltimore, Baltimore, MD GPA:
Expected in 2019 | Military Conventional Physical Security/Crime Prevention, Fort Leonard Wood, MO, GPA:
Expected in 2018 | Military Department of The Army Retention Training, Fort Belvoir, VA, GPA:
Expected in 2016 | Military Protective Services Training Course, Fort Leonard Wood, MO, GPA:
Expected in 2016 | Military Basic Leaders Course, Fort Indiantown Gap, PA, GPA:
Expected in 2015 | Military Combat Life Savers Course, Camp Humphreys, South Korea, GPA:
Expected in 2014 | Law Enforcement One Station Unit Training, Fort Leonard Wood, MO, GPA:

Basic Training Graduate Certificate, Army Basic Training Course; Military Police School Diploma, Military Police Advanced Individual Training School

Expected in 05/2011 High School Diploma | Amherst County High School, Amherst, VA GPA:

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  • University of Maryland - Baltimore
  • Conventional Physical Security/Crime Prevention
  • Department of The Army Retention Training
  • Protective Services Training Course
  • Basic Leaders Course
  • Combat Life Savers Course
  • One Station Unit Training
  • Amherst County High School

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