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Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
  • H: (555) 432-1000
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Professional Summary

I am seeking a Canine Training Instructor position for the Department of Homeland Security Transportation Security Administration. Qualified Sergeant with over 21 years of experience in both Canine training/ utilization and advanced leadership skills. Committed to closely monitoring project processes for ensured success. Focused Canine handler/supervisor with over 11 years of experience in canine handling/training. Proficient in personnel coordination and risk assessment and mitigation. Enthusiastic canine supervisor eager to contribute to team success through hard work, attention to detail, and excellent organizational skills. A clear understanding of unit mission and the requirement for successful training in explosive detection. Motivated to learn, grow, and excel in the canine detection training industry. Talented Training Instructor adept at developing, implementing, and conducting diverse training courses for Explosive Detection canines. Collaborative and insightful professional familiar with a range of training needs and successful at delivering instruction through various methods. Excellent communication, planning, and time management abilities.

Skills
  • Community Safety
  • Coordinating Unit Activities
  • Coordinating With Supervisors
  • Community Rules And Regulations
  • Training and Development
  • Scheduling
  • Staff Management
  • Team Building
  • Sanitizing and cleaning methods
  • Animal behavior knowledge
  • Pet waste removal
  • Safety protocols and procedures
  • Vaccine administration
  • Unit Training Management
Work History
Transportation Security Explosive Detection Canine Handler/Supervisor/ Reporting Official/Training Lead, 07/2009 to Current
Department Of Homeland Security, Transportation Security Administration City, STATE,
  • Responsible for canine's daily care, including necessary health maintenance care, feeding/watering, and grooming of assigned canine and ensuring safe and sanitary conditions in the kennel and home environment.
  • · Ensures proficiency training as mandated by TSA to pass and maintain annual certification standards for both assigned canine and six additional assigned canine teams to the unit.
  • · Utilizes canine to screen cargo, wide and narrow-body aircraft, terminals, luggage, facilities, vehicles, and other venues for the presence of explosives.
  • · Maintains necessary training and utilization records as identified by TSA and operates a government vehicle equipped with a kennel to transport the canine to various worksites and home.
  • · Reviews all assigned canine team's training and utilization records for accuracy and compliance as mandated by TSA standards.
  • · Conducts random patrols and routine sweeps at various areas within the transportation environment to provide a visual deterrent to criminal or terrorist activity.
  • · Responds to threats that affect transportation operations or public safety.
  • · Trains and utilizes Explosive Detection Canine (EDC) to search passengers' items at various terminals during Real-Time Threat Assessments (RTTA).
  • · Responds to threats, violations, and security incidents defined by the National Incident Management Systems or directed by the Federal Security Director (FSD) or appropriate authority.
  • · Regularly handles explosive material to conduct proficiency training for assigned canine, ensuring canine explosive training aids are safely transported and returned to explosive magazine.
  • · Screens and inspects commercial vehicles for presence of explosives before entering the Air Operations Area.
  • · Performs TSA approved demonstrations that showcase assigned canine's capabilities.
  • · Completes various collateral duties like ensuring supply orders are complete and scheduling training decoys/ local short notice assessments for explosive detection canine proficiency training.
  • · Assigned Canine Training Lead and is responsible for coordinating, planning, and providing guidance for all canine team optimum training plans.
  • · Developed canine teams to overcome deficiencies and provided advanced training scenarios to ensure progression and professional development.
  • · Developed and maintained a weekly training schedule for all canine teams to meet training requirements.
  • · Coordinated with Regional Canine Training Instructor to ensure the utilization of proper training methods.
  • · Conducts monthly and quarterly inspections of TSA explosive magazines and provide written reports of assessment according to TSA program guidelines.
  • · Responsible for scheduling assigned canine teams' annual and biannual medical exams and any emergency care that may occur due to illness or injury.
  • · Assigned to police operations with an assigned explosive detection canine through bomb threat response, random anti-terrorism measures, command authorized vehicle inspections, health and welfare inspections, building searches, canine demonstrations, routine police patrol, and community policing.
  • · Supervised and trained 18 Police Officers, as well as 23 detection canines.
  • · Ensured all canine teams remained certified for explosive detection and necessary skills, through Transportation Security Administration Canine Training Center.
  • · Assisted in planning, directing, training, and managing of all explosive detection canine operations.
  • · Scheduled and supervised events such as demonstrations, VIP searches, postal sweeps, health and welfare inspections, command authorized vehicle inspections, special explosive and narcotic operations, joint task force operations, and random anti-terrorism measures.
  • · Coordinated deployment of explosive detection canine teams supporting federal agencies such as U.S Customs, U.S. Secret Service, and U.S. State Dept.
  • · Assisted in scheduling and maintaining canine training and utilization program to ensure all canine teams were adequately trained and utilized in all phases to include inspections, investigations, law enforcement, and security.
  • · Enforced proper explosive handling procedures were followed throughout training commencing with removing canine explosive training aids from the magazine, through the training phase, and ensuring their safe return to the magazine.
  • · Devoted particular emphasis to punctuality and worked to maintain an outstanding attendance record, consistently arriving to work ready to start immediately.
  • · Makes determinations as to the number of personnel and types of equipment necessary in emergencies.
  • · Prepares reports and maintains records on enforcement activities.
    · Cooperates with other law enforcement agencies in mutual activities or emergencies.
  • · Continually participated in statewide traffic initiatives, i.e., Seatbelt, DUI checkpoints, saturation patrols, work zone safety.
  • · Conduct routine patrol duties, including enforcing various motor vehicle laws and criminal laws.
  • · Conduct investigations of motor vehicle collisions.
  • · Testified in District and Circuit Court in jurisdictions of the Maryland Transportation Authority Police.
  • · Assisted with training of officers throughout the Agency.
  • · Assigned to the Collision Reconstruction Unit (CRU) as a Reconstructionist.
State Police Officer, 05/2004 to 11/2009
Maryland Transportation Authority Police City, STATE,
  • Make determinations as to the number of personnel and types of equipment necessary in emergencies.
  • Prepares reports and maintains records on enforcement activities.
  • Cooperate with other law enforcement agencies in mutual activities or emergencies.
  • Continually participated in statewide traffic initiatives, i.e., seatbelt, DUI checkpoints, saturation patrols, work zone safety.
  • Conduct routine patrol duties, including enforcing various motor vehicle laws and criminal laws.
  • Conduct investigations of motor vehicle collisions.
  • Testify in District and Circuit Court in jurisdictions of the Maryland Transportation Authority Police.
  • Assist with training of officers throughout the Agency.
  • Assigned to the Collision Reconstruction Unit (CRU) as a Reconstructionist.
  • Conduct inspections of Commercial motor vehicles utilizing Federal Motor Carrier Regulations.
  • Perform high-speed vehicle pursuits to apprehend criminal suspects.
  • Prepare cases for trial and appear as a witness to testify in court.
  • Actively patrolled assigned areas to prevent and detect roadway crimes.
  • Promoted public safety and facilitated vehicular flow by directing traffic during emergency and congested situations.
  • Enforce traffic laws and ordinances through visual observation and radar speed detection.
  • Monitor crowded public areas and events to mitigate risk and promote safety.
Staff Sergeant, 04/1994 to 11/1994
United States Army City, STATE,
  • Created useful intelligence products to support field operations.
  • Supervised the gathering, review, and dissemination of intelligence information from human sources, electronic sources, and counter-intelligence.
  • Collected information about enemy strengths, movements, and activities.
  • Screened and interpreted all-source intelligence information.
  • Produced multi-source intelligence reports.
  • Maintained an excellent attendance record, consistently arriving to work on time.
  • Briefed the section Chief on readiness, equipment status, and enemy locations on a bi-weekly basis to enable sound decision making.
  • Oversaw inventory to reduce inaccuracies and achieve proper equipment maintenance.
  • Surveyed and controlled access to restricted areas to reduce incidents and theft by monitoring personnel and visitors' traffic.
  • Supervised eight staff members and guided through combat missions and tactical exercises to safeguard protocol adherence and effectiveness.
  • Maintained security of local areas and performed route clearance for visiting high-ranking officials.
  • Researched targets developed by various intelligence modes to determine relevance to mission objectives and usefulness in field operations.
Staff Sergeant, 04/1989 to 04/1994
United States Army City, STATE,
  • Aided superiors in planning, resourcing and execution of more than 35 mounted and dismounted operations.
  • Oversaw teams planning, implementing and realigning field and base operational strategies.
  • Managed all aspects of administrative and personnel needs of ground supply operations.
  • Directed collection, organization and application of field intelligence and combat data to enhance troop safety and operational success.
  • Handled administrative requirements smoothly and efficiently, including maintaining records and submitting classified reports.
  • Devoted special emphasis to punctuality and worked to maintain outstanding attendance record, consistently arriving to work ready to start immediately.
  • Screened and interpreted all-source intelligence information.
  • Created useful intelligence products to support field operations.
  • Supervised gathering, review and dissemination of intelligence information from human sources, electronic sources, and counter-intelligence.
  • Applied new and advanced tools and techniques to intelligence cycle, addressing complex challenges with emphasis on big data analytics and data visualization.
Education
Criminal Justice: , Expected in 07/2021
to
The Community College of Baltimore County - Catonsville, MD
GPA:

60 credits completed towards Criminal Justice Degree

Leadership in Policing Certification: Leadership /development, Expected in 11/2018
to
International Association of Chiefs of Police - Baltimore, San Antonio, Maryland, Texas
GPA:
Certification: Explosive Detection, Expected in 10/2010
to
National Explosives Detection Canine Course - Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio Texas ,
GPA:
: , Expected in
to
Maryland Transportation Authority Police Department Academy - Baltimore, MD
GPA:
-26 credits completed
Basic training, Advanced training, Primary Leadership Development Course, Basic Noncommissioned Officer Training: , Expected in
to
United States Army - Fort Dix New Jersey,
GPA:
Diploma: , Expected in
to
Maryland High School - Aschaffenburg, Germany,
GPA:
Certifications
  • Preliminary Breath Testing (PBT)
  • Standardized Field Sobriety Testing
  • Basic Radar Operator's Training
  • CJIS/NCIC Certified
  • CPR Certified
  • DHS Officers Flying Armed Course and Tactics class
  • TASER Protect Life Course Certification
  • Supervisor building a Team Training Course
  • Couching and Counseling for the Female Supervisor Course
  • Managing in a Male Dominated Environment Course
  • Female Enforcers Advanced Mental, Physical and Tactical Skills to Survive Course
  • Maryland Police Training and Standards Commission Certification
  • Emergency Vehicle Operator Baltimore Washington TM Airport AOA
  • CPR Certified
  • First Responder Certification
Additional Information
  • MILITARY/ MARYLAND TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY POLICE AWARDS , Army Achievement Medal x 5, Army Commendation Metal, Army Good Conduct Medal x 3, Army Meritorious Service Metal, National Defense Medal, Maryland Transportation Authority Police Chief Commendation x 2, Maryland Transportation Authority Police Unit Commendation x 2, Maryland Transportation Authority Police Service Ribbon x 3, Maryland Transportation Authority Police Peace Ribbon, Maryland Transportation Authority Police Homeland Defense Award, Unsung Hero's Award.

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School Attended
  • The Community College of Baltimore County
  • International Association of Chiefs of Police
  • National Explosives Detection Canine Course
  • Maryland Transportation Authority Police Department Academy
  • United States Army
  • Maryland High School
Job Titles Held:
  • Transportation Security Explosive Detection Canine Handler/Supervisor/ Reporting Official/Training Lead
  • State Police Officer
  • Staff Sergeant
  • Staff Sergeant
Degrees
  • Criminal Justice
  • Leadership in Policing Certification
  • Certification
  • Basic training, Advanced training, Primary Leadership Development Course, Basic Noncommissioned Officer Training
  • Diploma