I have recently entered the private sector after 28 years as a member of the New York City Police Department and I am currently employed by a large private security company based in New York City. My current duties include interviewing employee candidates and collaborating in the hiring decision. I I process payroll and oversee time off requests, validate overtime and hours worked by guards as well as supervising guard services, and ensure that daily operations and procedures are being followed. Furthermore, I assume the role as incident manager and coordinate with building management and personnel during emergencies or serious incidents. As a NYPD Sergeant, I was responsible for overseeing the operation of the Detective Bureau's Real Time Crime Center. My duties required that I assign cases, conduct criminal investigations and oversee investigations being conducted by detectives who were assigned under my command. The Real Time Crime Center investigated all major incidents occurring within NYC, specifically; all homicides, terrorist incidents and serious crimes of any nature. Taken as a whole, my three decades in law enforcement and my recent career change to the corporate security sector has served to give me give me one invaluable asset; experience. And that experience has honed my ability to communicate. It has sharpened my verbal and personal interaction skills as well as my ability to work with others to an extremely high level; especially in high stress situations. I feel that those are vital skills in any aspect of life, and that those are the skills that would make me most valuable to any prospective employer.
As a Security Supervisor at Brookfield Place for Mulligan Security Corporation, My duties include interviewing prospective employees, developing work charts, processing payroll, approving schedules and time off requests, as well as review and validate overtime and hours worked by guards under my supervision. Furthermore, I am expected to coordinate with building management and personnel during emergencies and serious incidents. On a daily basis, I supervise a team of 40 security officers during a given shift and I am responsible to prepare incident reports with detailed accounts of unusual incidents occurring on property.
I was a sworn member of the New York City Police Department from October 1990 to December 2018. While assigned to patrol commands in Queens, Brooklyn and The Bronx, I performed varied enforcement duties in which I was responsible for applying NYS law for arrest/apprehensions, prisoner interaction and security as well as court room preparation and testimony. I was promoted to Sergeant in 2005 and after two years in uniformed enforcement, I was assigned to the the Real Time Crime Center, which is part of the NYPD's Detective Bureau. That unit is tasked with providing investigative support to the Departments various detective squads on all serious/high profile crimes & incidents occurring within NYC. Investigators, under my command, assisted precinct level detectives in every aspect of an investigation. As a sergeant assigned to the unit, I directed investigations conducted by my subordinates. Since I was often required to personally conduct investigations should they be of a media-sensitive nature, I was also be familiar with the investigative techniques used, including all external databases utilized by the NYPD. Additionally, my duties often required that I conduct tours and make presentations about the Center to visiting dignitaries and law enforcement officials from around the world. As a NYPD supervisor, I was also responsible for staffing and manpower allocation on a daily basis as well as enforcing disciplinary matters should they arise.
N.Y.S. Armed Guard License
H.R. 218 Certification
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