Supervised and interacted with individuals from various socio-economic backgrounds in a variety of unique situations.
Performed entry-level to full performance level protective services work for Denver County by providing for the security, care, custody and safety of Denver County prisoners and the public in detention, medical, court and transportation settings.
Enforced departmental and post orders to ensure prisoner security in detention, medical, court and transportation settings including activities such as conducting inspections for contraband, maintenance and safety hazards; taking charge of work details; observing prisoner health and behavior and controlling movement of prisoners and the public within the facility.
Transported prisoners between detention centers, police stations, courts, medical facilities and other destinations.
Verified prisoner identity, authority to transport and confirmed proposed route of travel.
Processed prisoners for book-in by reviewing inmate charges, court orders and legal status to ensure proper custody and disposition and prepares records for necessary classification and probation.
Inventoried and receipt for inmate property and personal clothing and for equipment, supplies, uniforms, keys and weapons.
Computed good time and release dates, informs inmates of means of release and detention policies and verifies satisfaction of all charges.
Prepared and processed work release orders, bonds, census reports and other records and reports.
Investigated fights, theft, accidents and other incidents occurring within the institution by preserving the crime scene and maintaining the chain of evidence.
Prepared various legal documents and provides testimony in court.
Required meeting certification standards and qualifications in the use of firearms and other tactical weapons.
Dispatched sheriffs and vehicles and monitor their movement and current location.
Searched vehicles towed to the car impound and inventory contents.
Assigned to perform administrative duties, such as performance of in-service and academy training; service of civil process for County and District court; conduct research to develop new policies and procedures or participate on hiring panels or in internal investigations.
Met the certified physical fitness standards adopted by the Department, met certification standards and qualify in the use of firearms and other tactical weapons.
Operated various screening equipment and technology to identify dangerous objects in baggage, cargo and on passengers, and prevented those objects from being transported onto aircraft.
Performed searches and screening, which included physical interaction with passengers (e.g., pat-downs, search of property, etc.), conducted bag searches and lifted/carried bags, bins, and property weighing up to 70lbs.
Controlled terminal entry and exit points. Interacted with the public, giving directions and responded to inquiries.
Maintained focus and awareness while working in a stressful environment which includes noise from alarms, machinery and people, crowd distractions, time pressure, and disruptive and angry passengers, in order to preserve the professional ability to identify and locate potentially life threatening or mass destruction devices, and to make effective decisions in both crisis and routine situations.
Engaged in continuous development of critical thinking skills, necessary to mitigate actual and potential security threats, by identifying, evaluating, and applying appropriate situational options and approaches. This included application of risk-based security screening protocols that vary based on program requirements.
Retained and implemented knowledge of all applicable Standard Operating Procedures, demonstrated responsible and dependable behavior, and is open to change and adapts to new information or unexpected obstacles.
Assisted Explosive Detection Canine Handlers (EDCH) in conducting random patrols and routine sweeps at various areas within the transportation environment along with the inspection of vehicles, packages, personnel, aircraft, trains, ferries and other as directed.
Responding to threats that affect transportation operations or public safety as necessary.
Assisted handler in decoy operations in a transportation security setting while utilizing Explosive Detection Canine. Performed tests and audits; validating and inspecting security processes, procedures, systems, and equipment in connection with compliance inspections and vulnerability assessments.
General duties during title 32 orders includes devoting one weekend a month and two weeks a year to training. Training typically includes,
Showing Proficiency in the use of firearms to include various military grade weaponry, Military/civil laws and jurisdiction to include knowledge tests in civil and UCMJ practices and procedures, Investigation and collection of evidence knowledge exams specifically for UCMJ offenses, Traffic and crowd control training including riot control in a civil and detention capacity, Arrest and restraint excersises, and control of suspects and unruly individual training.
Participated in numerous State of Colorado missions to include Black Forest fires and Boulder county flooding. All state missions required careful collaboration with local, state, and federal law enforcement and emergency personnel.
Assisted local, state, and federal search and rescue and cadavar canines and their handlers in locating stranded, helpless, and even deceased individuals.
Manned checkpoints and assisted Department of Defense Military Police Working Dog Handlers in general care and welfare of overall canine wellbeing during state emergencies.
Order to Active duty title 10 military orders from a Army National Guard title 32 status OCONUS. While activated, Assigned to the 193rd Military Police Battalion Task Force Platinum in support of operation enduring freedom in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
Duties included providing fair, firm, and impartial care, custody, and control of high value detainees.
Handled daily detention facility operations to include routine and emergency maintance on CCTV cameras, cell doors, toilets, sinks, showers, fences, and lighting.
Handled high value detainees with the utmost care while in accordance with any and all standard operating procedures.
Escorted high value detainees to and from legal visitation, International Commitee of the Red Cross meetings, and any medical appointments.
Escorted authorized and specialized persons through the detention facility to include, U.S Congress personnel, Directors and Administrators, as well as any other special guest authorized per Joint Task Force clearance.
Performed handcuffing and shackling procedures in accordance with Joint Task Force standard operation procedures in order for high value detainees to be moved to internal and external locations.
Prepared and executed detainee meal operations as well as screened each meal for any potential breach in security.
Conducted over five hundread pat-down searches to prevent unauthorized items, hidden on the body, from entering and exit the detention environment.
Performed over two hundread forced cell extractions of unruly high value detainees in accordance with Joint Task Force procedures.
Deescalated cultural barriers in communication and customs between staff and detainees in accordance with Joint Task Force standard operating procedures.
Interacted well with high value detainees in order to establish successful rapport to ensure general peace in a detention environment.
Controlled access to detention facility to include screening of staff and any accessible property in accordance with Joint Task Force procedures.
Monitored all CCTV cameras as well as wrote periodic reports in accordance with Joint Task Force procedures.
Briefed supervisors as well as assistant watch commanders on all issues with supply, general detainee concerns, guard staff concerns, maintiance issues, and overall facility environment.
Worked in accordance with Joint Task Force procedures to ensure low level intercontinental detainee transfer was safely and efficiently conducted.
Closely worked with various Military and government personnel to provide a proficient and effective tour of duty in a high value detention facility to avoid an international incident.
Maintained the highest level of respect, dignity, pride, and professionalism in an extremely difficult detention environment while being flexible and following all orders appointed in accordance with Joint Task Force procedures.
Successfully completed twelve credit hours with Colorado State University-Global Campus during tour of duty while maintaining sixty hour work weeks.
Currently serving under title 32 National Guard orders with the 220th Military Police Combat Support Company.
Conducted rolling patrols through parking lots and other areas of the property to monitor for damage, criminal activity, etc.
Conducted foot patrols of courtyards, management offices, pools, and/or other corridors to ensure that the property is safe of any illegal or inappropriate activity, as well as take preventative actions to protect the property of the residents.
Monitored all property for suspicious activity which could include unauthorized vehicles, vehicle that have been broken into, trespassers or people loitering, trash and lighting issues, or other items that are not normal to that property.
Checked all doors to ensure employees locked up and set necessary alarms. Checked for lighting, trash, and security assessments which would include notifying customers via reports of all necessary lights that are out, trash that is not disposed of properly, and any potential areas that there could be a breach of security (no fence, hole in fence, overgrown trees or bushes to hide in, etc.)
Wrote clear and accurate reports according to the Operations Manual guidelines to document all that I saw during the patrol.
All patrols and routing were conducted through Patrolguide (Intelliguide). all reports were submitted in real time.
Assisted Colorado Springs Police Department and El Paso County Sheriffs Office in investigations and deterrence of criminal activity.
U.S Army accomadation medal
Overseas service ribbon with M device
Military basic training
Military Police School certification
Detention operations training
Internment and Resettlement Training
High vale detention operation certification
Basic first aid and CPR 12-2015
General Billy Mitchell award Civil Air Patrol (CAP)
Travel Document Verification 01-2016
Walk-Through Metal Detector 01-2016
X-Ray Image Proficiency 01-2016
Hand-Held Metal Detector 01-2016
Explosive Trace Detection 01-2016
Explosive Trace Detection K9 decoy operations 01-2016
Physical Bag Search 01-2016
Full-Body Pat Down 01-2016
Advanced Image Technology 01-2016
Threat Awareness and Countermeasure Training 01-2016
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