Police Officer June 2013 to CurrentUnited States Department of Veterans Affairs － West Haven, United States, CT
Salary: 47,300.00 USD Per Year Hours per week: 40 Series: 0083 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 6 Ensure an environment of safety and security by maintaining order, protecting all employees, visitors, and patients as well as all federal property within jurisdiction, enforce federal, state and local motor vehicle and criminal laws.
Conduct investigations into all allegations of or suspected criminal activity occurring on or originating within federal property.
Maintain thorough record of all facts relevant to investigations and daily operations, prepare reports as needed, as well as provide testimony in court related to said investigations when needed.
Respond to emergency situations and render applicable aid when needed.
Conduct routine patrols of all facility buildings, walkways, parking lots and roadways, either by foot or marked patrol vehicle, and respond quickly to emergency situations.
Investigate suspicious persons or activity, as well as safety hazards and unusual or illegal activity within jurisdiction.
Investigate traffic accidents to determine cause and/or if a crime has been committed, as well as take photographs and complete diagrams of the scene of said accidents.
Monitor traffic to ensure vehicle operators are obeying all relevant state and federal traffic laws, and issues citations for those motorists found to be in violation of said laws.
Direct and reroute traffic during emergency situations.
Utilize a variety of Local, State and Federal databases to access information on individuals in the course of conducting investigations.
Regularly test and maintain a variety of alarm systems throughout facility, as well as work in conjunction with other services/outside contractors to troubleshoot, locate and correct any problem areas within alarm systems.
Utilize internal database/report writing system, as well as various Microsoft Office products for the completion of reports, official notifications, and presentations.
Supervisor: Todd Deutsch (2039373864) Okay to contact this Supervisor: Contact me first.
senior officer August 2006 to June 2013Department of Homeland Security Transportation Security Ad － Windsor Locks, CT
Salary: 38,000.00 USD Per Year Hours per week: 32 Series: 1801 Pay Plan: SV Grade: 0 Transportation Security Officer (This is a federal job Ensure the safety and security of both the traveling and general public by carrying out screening procedures on both passengers and luggage.
Utilize the most advanced equipment available in terms of Xray and explosives detection technology, in a fastpaced, highstress and every changing environment.
Engage with the traveling public to gain information and provide direction throughout the screening process, as well as handle and diffuse situations in which individuals become irate or unruly.
As a , provide a positive example for new officers as well as providing guidance and hands on training, rise to the occasion in a demanding and everchanging environment that requires flexibility to meet a variety of challenges as they present themselves, and when higher ranking officers are otherwise unavailable, step up to that role and assume those responsibilities in providing direction and guidance to coworkers.
Provide written accounts of incidents as well as assist with the incident report writing process when necessary.
Supervisor: Richard McGinn (8608044965) Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes.
Asset Protection Specialist June 2008 to January 2011Best Buy － Newington, CT
Hours per week: 20 Coordinated asset protection team to provide a safe environment for employees and customers.
Communicated and worked with representatives from other stores, as well as many local law enforcement agencies to aid in the prevention of crime within the store Worked with management and the sales team to reduce theft and increase security by identifying problems in sales team behavior, physical security or store processes, analyzing those identified problems to develop appropriate response actions, submitting responses and appropriate supporting evidence to management (either verbally or in writing), implementing responses either through training the sales team or directing the asset protection team, and monitoring and assessing those actions taken to ensure success.
Supervisor: John O'Hara (8606665100) Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes.
Intern September 2009 to December 2009Wethersfield Police Department － Hartford, United States, CT
Hours per week: 25 Gained firsthand experience within the law enforcement field.
Learned various techniques and procedures used by law enforcement in conduction field operations.
Developed a better understanding of how various law enforcement agencies communicate and interact in order to better carry out their mission.
Supervisor: Donald Crabtree (8607212900) Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes.
Bachelor's Degree : Criminology Sociology, 08/2010Central Connecticut State university － New Britain, CT, United StatesCriminology Sociology
Job Type: Permanent
Work Schedule: FullTime, PartTime, Shift Work
Availability: Job Type: Permanent Work Schedule: FullTime, PartTime, Shift Work Desired locations: United States
Job Related Training:
State Driver's License (Connecticut)
State Pistol Permit (Connecticut)
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