SECURITY OFFICER - GEORGIA TECH RESEARCH INSTITUTE
Decisive, achievement-driven and results-oriented professional seeking to transition extensive military police officer experience into a challenging security position in the civilian sector.
Property Protection and Personal Protection
Security System Setup
Developing Policies and Procedures
Joint Base San Antonio Army Company Grade Officer of the Year
General MacArthur Award Nominee 2009
ALLIED BARTON SECURITY SERVICESFebruary 2016 to CurrentSecurity Officer - Georgia Tech Research Institute Smyrna , GA
for providing security services for all GTRI employees, visitors, and
patrols of designated areas on foot or in vehicle.
closed-circuit television to monitor the staff, facility, and parking areas for
site-specific security protocols and strictly enforced rules, regulations,
policies and procedures.
Maintained daily logs
and prepared detailed narrative reports on incidents and suspicious activity.
badges and screened visitors seeking to enter the premises.
Trained new security
staff on site-specific security protocols, company rules, policies and
ADT SECURITY SERVICES, INCMarch 2014 to September 2014Residential Sales Representative Norcross, GA
Security system setup
Provides much-needed products and services that support the well-being and security of clients.
Met and exceeded monthly sales quotas for in an increasingly competitive and fast-paced market.
US ARMY RESERVES - 1188th Deployment and Distribution Support BattalionJanuary 2014 to CurrentDeputy Operations and Plans Officer Decatur, GA
Provided long term planning and development of training for more than 85 Soldiers within the battalion.
US ARMY NORTHJanuary 2012 to December 2013Operations Company Commander Fort Sam Houston, TX
Functioned as a company director that supervised more than 270 military and DA civilian personnel, where the soldiers could be called upon anytime for homeland defense, federal response, or crisis/combat for situations such as wildfires, floods, or major police events.
Directed a wide range of functions and numerous
aspects of daily operations, including administration, logistics, safety, risk
management, professional development, and morale.
Effectively managed more than $63M worth of equipment, sustaining zero
losses or damages.
FEDERAL POLICE TRANSITION TEAMOctober 2010 to January 2012Training Advisor Baghdad, Iraq
Served on a 12-person team charged with advising the Iraqi Federal
Police (similar to the US Federal Guard).
Acted as a mentor to the personnel providing police training activities.
Assisted Iraqis with long-range planning, creating schedules,
executing training programs, and supervising personnel.
support during combat patrols, serving as a gunner, driver, truck commander,
and team leader.
Planned security escorts for 40 team combat patrols throughout the city of Baghdad
resulting in zero incidents.
DELTA COMPANY, 787th Military Police Battalion September 2009 to October 2010Executive Officer Fort Leonard Wood, MO
Second in command and daily leader over a training company composed of 20 staff members providing basic combat training as well as military police advanced individual training.
Implemented courses totaling 8-9 weeks of basic training and 10 weeks of individuated training for incoming personnel.
Planned and coordinated all training events, including developing the training schedules and maintaining individual/collective training records.
Successfully graduated more than 700 trainees over three 19-week cycle.
83rd ORDNANCE BATTALIONAugust 2008 to September 2009Antiterrorism and Force Protection Director Kure , Japan
Directed all aspects of security, antiterrorism program, and force protection for a geographically dispersed ammunition organization consisting of four sub-installations and more than 450 US soldiers, DA civilians, and Japanese national employees.
Served as the main point of contact with five local national police chiefs to ensure the security of all areas of operations.
Overhauled security plan for the entire organization, enhancing and updating it with the most current information.
Planned and led an annual antiterrorism exercise with Japanese Self Defense Forces and Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni.
188th MILITARY POLICE COMPANYAugust 2007 to September 2008Platoon Leader Camp Walker , Korea
Functioned as a Department Manager, overseeing readiness, operations, and orders for a 45-person (US and Korean), forward deployed combat support military police company located in the Republic of Korea.
Held authority for the health, welfare, training, and professional development of all personnel.
Coordinated maintenance, maintained serviceability, and tracked more than $2M in equipment.
Ensured the safety and security of more than 7k people in the Taegu military communities.
Fort Valley State University2006Bachelor of Arts: CRIMINAL JUSTICEFort Valley State Georgia , GA, US
3.2 Major GPA
Microsoft Office: Powerpoint, Excel, and Word
US Army Military Police Officer Basic Course
US Army Anti-Terrorism Basic Course
US Army Environmental Compliance Course
Rapid Response to Active Shooter, Texas State University