To advance to the position of Captain of Police within the Indianapolis Public Schools police department where I will strengthen my position and ability to lead the change in the culture and climate of dedication police officers while keeping the learning community safe and secure and to contribute my commendable skills and experience to motivate officers toward the new IPS branding and customer service model. Strengths Experience in training and supervising new recruits Experience in working and collaborating with other local, state, and federal law enforcement forces, such as Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, Marion County Sheriff's Office and Department of Homeland Security Experience working as project manager to design, installs and train new police operations software. Highly skilled in Restorative Justice, Juvenile Impact Panels, resolving conflict using verbal judo and disarming hostile situations Experience working in a wide array of working environments and conditions Familiarity and compliance with state, county, and federal regulations and policies concerning officer duties and behavior and various Indianapolis Public Schools policies and procedures Disciplined leader Able to remain calm and collected under high pressure situations Familiar with protocols for handling sensitive information Desire and experience in assisting diverse populations with patience and understanding Committed to serving the safety and justice of my learning environment and community Excellent public relations, written and verbal skills Superb communication and interpersonal skills Flexible and adaptable to change Ability to work independently or in a team environment Skilled in administering CPR and first aid Experience and enthusiasm in working with the community to provide effective solutions to community problems Operate patrol vehicles according to department regulations and policies
Police Sergeant01/2012 － CurrentIndianapolis Public SchoolsIndianapolis, IN
In charge of training and supervising new recruits In charge of training and supervising police officers Have served as Officer in Charge in the absence of the police supervisors Conduct investigations into crime, alleged abuse, burglaries, robberies, and misconduct Work effectively in multi-precinct jurisdiction Assist with runaway investigations Lead investigations into apprehending violators of misdemeanor and felony crimes Supervise daily operations of one police officer Safely and responsibly maintain and operate patrol vehicles Conduct professional interviews with victims, suspects, perpetrators, and criminals Build, establish and maintain rapport with building level administrators, teachers, staff, students and parents.
Police Officer01/2008 － 01/2012Indianapolis Public Schools Police DepartmentIndianapolis, IN
Received many letters of appreciation from community members Introduced and implemented new Indiana Anti- bullying legislation Helped organize and lead community education and awareness workshops, programs, and events Collaborated with other Educational facilities, such as Butler University Led several successful anti-drug and substance community campaigns Conducted interviews with victims, suspects, and perpetrators Made forcible arrests and apprehensions when necessary Conducted traffic investigations and complete accident reports Received the Indiana Fever Coach Dunn Award Received the IPS ABC award.
Sergeant at01/2008 － CurrentMarion County Sheriff's OfficeIndianapolis, IN
Patrol and serve assigned neighborhood areas Successfully collaborated with Indianapolis Metropolitan Police department, Safe Streets, Gang task force other law enforcement agencies and currently monitor eight convicted sex offenders Introduced and implemented Neighborhood Watch Areas Operate patrol vehicles according to department policies and regulations Observed and responded to suspicious activity and calls for help Respond to a highway emergencies and traffic control Issue citations and violations and enforced traffic laws and city ordinances Sergeant First Class, E-7, Retired, United States Army, 35th Airborne Fort Bragg, NC, 1995 Responsibilities: Supervised three teams of ten as a Battle Field Spectrum Analyzer Successfully collaborated with Department of the Airforce, Department of the Navy and United States Marine Corp operations units and provided secured commutations for mission success.
Operate military vehicles according to departmental and unit policies and regulations Observed and responded to suspicious activity on satellite communications systems.
1 1999B.A:Arizona State University - Psychology and Criminal Justice SpanishPhoenix, AZPsychology and Criminal Justice Spanish
1 1979High School Diploma:John Marshall High SchoolIndianapolis, INCourts and Criminal Procedures Fundamentals of Criminal Law Community Resources in Corrections Correctional Systems and Practices Criminal Investigations Class, Race, and Gender Criminal Behavior Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice Conflict Resolution Social Justice Police Survival Training Spanish on Patrol Verbal Judo
Civil Status: Married, two children at home
Date of Birth: June 26, 1960
Hobbies: working out in the gym, biking, various martial arts, boxing, chess and yard work