Highly motivated law enforcement professional with twenty years experience including public relations, supervisory and administrative skills. Proficient in assessing risks and making critical decisions under extreme pressure. Highly effective at taking leadership direction from superiors, as well as mentoring and training junior staff.
August 1993 - March 1994:
Assigned to the Police Academy.
March 1994 - September 1996:
Assigned to Patrol in the 72nd precinct. Performed routine patrol duties including responding to 911 emergencies, making arrests, issuing summonses and report taking.
Sept. 1996 - Sept. 2004:
Assigned to the Community Policing Unit in the 72nd precinct. Patrolled a beat and engaged in a wide array of enforcement duties including illicit prostitution operations, illegal fencing operations, joint agency illegal vending operations, illegal auto repair shop operations, warrant raids, and narcotics sweeps.
September 2004 - September 2006:
Assigned as Auxiliary Police Coordinator in the 72nd precinct. Recruited, hired, trained and monitored patrol operations of the Auxiliary Police Program which consisted of 50 civilian (peace officer status) volunteers. Over saw the daily scheduling and deployment of Auxiliary Police Officers to vehicle accidents and fire scenes, building collapses, rallies, parades and street fairs as well as routine daily patrols.
September 2004 - September 2006 (Concurrent):
Assigned as Graffiti Coordinator in the 72nd precinct. Identified, reported and investigated graffiti incidents. Developed a joint agency strategy along with the Kings County District Attorney's office and the NYC Economic Development Corporation to remove graffiti from local residential and commercial establishments by using court mandated, low level offenders to work off community service hours as a condition of their release. Promoted the city's "Graffiti-Free" campaign and the Police Department's efforts to combat graffiti through public speaking at community meetings.
August 2006 - July 2012:
Assigned as a Community Affairs Officer in the 72nd precinct. Performed various levels of logistical planning for precinct details including demonstrations, processions, street fairs and ceremonies. Responded to and monitored all incidents of community unrest. Forged and maintained valuable relationships with local elected officials, religious and civic leaders, school administrators and business owners. Attended and chaired meetings. Administrative duties included issuing permits for parades, block parties and sound devices and maintaining the Community Partnership Program database.
July 2012 - December 2012:
Assigned to the Brooklyn Outreach Unit of the Community Affairs Bureau. Responded to major incidents of community unrest, high profile incidents and natural disasters through out NYC. Maintained relationships with community leaders and attended community meetings.
December 2012 - Present:
Assigned to the Office of the Chief of Community Affairs Bureau. Currently manage the Operations Desk of the Community Affairs Bureau. Monitor all incidents (city wide) of potential community unrest, police involved shootings, accidents and natural disasters. Direct Community Affairs Bureau personnel to major incidents through out NYC. Collect and disseminate real time information to supervisors and top level department executives. Administrative duties include preparing reports, maintaining roll call and overtime data bases and monitoring department bulletins and directives via the finest system.
September 1986 - June 1989:
ESL Teacher's Assistant. Volunteered with Adelante Alliance; a non for profit organization that provides English as a second language and computer classes to Latin American immigrants.
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