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Michael Chapman

Yorktown, VA


Work Experience

Armed Special Police Officer

Colonial Williamsburg
Williamsburg, VA

December 2011 to Present

Armed Special Conservator of the Peace – Colonial Williamsburg, VA  
Detect and investigate crimes of unusual activities 
 Apprehend and arrest suspects  
 Prepare for and present written reports and appear in court as a designated officer 
 Conduct alcohol and drug testing 
 Manage Traffic, setup crowd, traffic, and parking control barriers 
 Provide emergency assistance to public, administer first aid ,CPR and AED 
 Vehicle patrol vast area of responsibility and safely 
 Maintain and improving job readiness, fire arms, defensive tactics  
Work irregular work hours shift work and rotating shifts

Armed Guard

Fort Eustis Army Base
Fort Eustis, VA

June 2008 to November 2010

* Receive routine shift briefings and conduct weapon upload for various shift assignments. 
* Control and monitor all traffic access points at front and rear gates of the base installation. 
* Identify and monitor all military and civilian personal identification and CAC cards by using Scan-Tron monitoring devices. 
* Conduct inspections on all personnel and commercial vehicles upon entry of the installation, assign temporary or permit passes to authorize personnel. 
* Guide visiting personnel to various locations on post and ensure that command policy is adhered to. 
* Conduct report writing using various forms. 
* Perform and render assistance to federal base police officers and other base personnel when directed by immediate supervisors. 
* Perform any office assistant duties given

Food Service Specialist

US Army
Fort Eustis, VA

March 2006 to March 2008

* Responsible for the planning, supervision, preparation, feeding and disposition of Class I Subsistence operations. Directly responsible for the accountability and safeguarding of over $525,000 worth of equipment and supplies on a daily basis. 
* Applied food protection and sanitation measures in a field and garrison environment supporting more than 500,000 meals annually. 
* Responsible for the readiness, training, accountability and welfare of 12 soldiers. Monitored maintenance and the accountability of over $50,000 in Equipment. 
* Maintained 100% accountability of all equipment valued at $100,000. 
* Proactive in the maintenance and accountability of all dining facility equipment.

Movement Specialist/Sergeant

Conus Replacement Center
Fort Benning, GA

December 2000 to March 2006

* Responsible for the control and movement of non-unit related personnel, units, and civilian personnel from various locations throughout the world. 
* Provided assistance in areas of operations such as logistics, personnel accountability, vehicles and facility maintenance. 
* Provided technical and tactical guidance to subordinates and professional support to all transient personnel. 
* Assisted in the mobilization of over 3500 personnel to various theaters of operations. Successfully completed Weapons Tactical Training on first attempt. 
* Planned and prepared for company the Army Physical Fitness Test during deployment missions. 
* Instrumental in maintaining weight control within the unit. Maintained 100% accountability/serviceability of all equipment within the Movement section.

Security Officer

Walden Security Company
Columbus, GA

August 1999 to November 2000

* Served as Security Guard, inspecting a major manufacturing plant for physical security, fire and safety hazards. 
* Ensured all doors and windows were secured and all visitors were logged in. 
* Investigated safety and security violations and wrote detailed incident reports. Conducted investigations of security incidents, to determine course and fix responsibility. Prepared appropriate reports.


U.S. Army 3rd Squadron
Fort Polk, LA

October 1994 to March 1999

* Prepared, seasoned and cooked all foods as required in dining facility for consumption. Read menus to estimate food requirements and procured food from storage. 
* Planned various menus to ensure that food was appetizing and nutritionally adequate for government employees. 
* Estimated daily and weekly needs to order sufficient food supplies, keeping expenses within budget. 
* Supervised workers engaged in storage and distribution of food stuffs. Kept records of expenditures and maintained inventory of supplies and equipment.


Associate's in Business Management

Everest College -
Newport News, VA

2011 to 2013


Perquimans County High School -
Hertford, NC

August 1988 to June 1992