A recognized security professional with thirty two years of service as a police officer with the University of Pittsburgh Police Department. Holding various positions including patrol, plainclothes, investigations, motorcycle, Special Emergency Response Team, and community relations.
Key attributes are loyalty, high standard of integrity, and desire to maintain the highest standards of professionalism.
Teaching students how to safely operate a motorcycle in a controlled environment using Virginia Riders Training Program requirements. This also included teaching individual, advanced, and expert classes. Advanced and expert classes are tailored after the police motorcycle training. Successful candidates receive a class-M2 or M3 endorsement or certificate of completion.
Responsible for teaching students how to ride a two or three wheeled motorcycle in a safe and controlled environment in accordance with VRTP rules and regulations. Classes are conducted at Northern Virginia Community College at Loudoun and Alexandria Campus. Successful candidates receive a class-M2 or M3 motorcycle endorsement.
Responsibility was to teach individuals how to safely operate a two or three wheeled motorcycle in a safe and controlled environment. This training included both classroom and range exercises. Classes were conducted at Community College of Allegheny County Boyce Campus. Maintain range safety and time management while complying with MSF rules and regulations. Successful candidates would receive a class-M motorcycle endorsement.
University duties included patrolling the university community as a full time uniformed officer. The primary mission was to protect the University students, staff, faculty visitors, and guests to the University, as well as all property, with the authority to make arrests within the jurisdiction and assist in any services the the University community.
During my tenure at the University I held many positions as an officer including plainclothes, motorcycle, Special Emergency Response Team (SERT) and community relations.
Eighty hours of training with City of Pittsburgh Police Special Emergency Response Team (SERT) to develop the skills necessary to respond to critical incidents including active shooters, barricaded persons and hostage situations. Mandatory monthly training required thereafter.
Course dedicated to understanding the environment and design of buildings, landscape and interiors to deter criminal behavior. Changing the areas we reside in to deter criminals from committing acts is the main goal.
Forty hours of training necessary to become a motorcycle officer. Training included daily cone courses conducted at slow speeds utilizing police motorcycles, formation riding for dignitary escorts, high speed formation riding, safe and proper traffic stop procedures.
Mandatory training for all Pennsylvania police candidates which include rules and regulations of arrests, vehicle and crimes code laws, juvenile and adult court procedures, firearms training, public speaking, and physical fitness. Mandatory yearly updates required to maintain current on law updates.
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