I served as Office in Charge of Campo Station's Strategic Planning Team. My main duties included the leadership of a team that developed, analyzed and implemented yearly, quarterly, and monthly strategic plans and operations for Campo Border Patrol Station, the Interstate 8 Border Patrol Checkpoint and Old Highway 80 Border Patrol Checkpoint located in East County San Diego. I provided direct guidance to management officials, agents under my command and outside auditors regarding the implementation process of each plan, as well as creating and developing new measures of performance for each operation. Key accomplishments during this assignment include the following:
I was assigned to the San Diego Sector Asset Forfeiture Office (AFO) at the Chula Vista Station in San Ysidro, CA. I performed the legal support work of seizures and penalties assessed under various laws and regulations. My main duties included reviewing and finalizing claims for property seizures and penalty cases, as well as recommending solutions and right courses of action. I also performed investigations of seized property in order to link property owners to smuggling activities and transnational criminal organizations. Additionally, I worked in a coordinated effort with San Diego Sector stations, specialty units, U.S. Attorneys, contractors and other local agencies in disseminating information and resolving outstanding seizure cases. Key accomplishments during this assignment include the following:
I was Officer in Charge of the Transit Staging Area (TSA) at the Chula Vista Station in San Ysidro, California. I oversaw every action that took place within the TSA area and I coordinated with other agencies (Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), the Office of Field Operations, and the Drug Enforcement Agency), USBP stations, and contractors (G4S) the daily intake and transfer of dozens of aliens from within sector and outside it. I led a staff of 7 to 9 agents, officers and contractors and I coordinated their duties and daily tasks. I managed and coordinated programs dealing with the Consequence Delivery System and the Mexican Repatriation Program. I was responsible for the care and well-being of up to 100 individuals being detained in the TSA, along with reviewing all their files. I helped coordinate and manage numerous sector programs and I was responsible for the dissemination of that information to not only USBP, but also ICE and CBP. I maintained partnerships with foreign consulates, contractors, agencies, and numerous other specialized units within USBP. Key accomplishments during this detail include the following:
As Officer in Charge I was responsible for the oversight and management of all prosecution related duties at the station. My main duties consisted of processing all casework related to apprehended undocumented aliens, smugglers and federal law violators in the Campo Station area of responsibility. My duties also included coordinating with numerous San Diego Sector components as well as local, state and federal law enforcement agencies. I worked closely with USBP specialized intelligence units and the U.S. Attorney's Office regarding the prosecution of targeted individuals and contributed to the dissemination of information to agents and management. I conducted hundreds of interviews and interrogations with criminal suspects and material witnesses in the Spanish language, along with translating the all testimony to English per prosecutorial and immigration law guidelines. Key accomplishments include the following:
I performed intelligence gathering and analysis duties for the Campo Station Intelligence Department. I created and maintained numerous link analysis charts along with an organized filing system that kept track of smuggling organizations, smugglers, suspects, and criminal aliens. My duties also included prosecuting smugglers and criminal aliens through special guidelines set forth by San Diego Sector, Mexico's Attorney General Office (PGR) and the U.S. Attorney's Office. Due to this position, I became very proficient in case work, link analysis data bases, interrogation skills in both English and Spanish, andin intelligence gathering, analysis, and dissemination. Key accomplishments include the following:
My duties consisted of mitigating losses incurred by foreclosure filings and deciding the best financial course of action for the company. I was in charge of a $100 million to $150 million mortgage portfolio consisting of at-risk home loans. I was required to estimate monetary losses and legal scenarios in foreclosure filings. I prepared weekly reports and did presentations regarding trends in specific markets across the United States. Key accomplishments include the following:
|Supervisory Leadership Training, Supervisory Technical Training Course, Cornerstone Leadership Training, Brown Field Station Leadership Symposium Training, Brown Field Station Supervisory Training, Labor and Employment Relations Training, Active Shooter Event Training, Collective Bargaining Agreement Training, National Incident Management System Training, Incident Command System Training.||Marine Corps Planning Process, Border Patrol Planning Process, Immigration Law Training, Advanced Defensive Tactics Training, Advanced Firearms and Gun Safety Training, Reid Technique of Investigative Interviewing and Advanced Interrogation Techniques, Emergency Vehicle Pursuit Certification, First Responders Certification, Supervisory Use of Force Continuum Training, Criminal Law Training, Individual First Aid Kit Certification.|
Border Patrol Supervisor Association, Toastmasters International.
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