St. Louis, MO
Contract Security Officer (Lieutenant)
December 2011 to Present
-Circulate among visitors, contractors and employees to preserve order and protect property.
-Call police or fire departments in cases of emergency, such as fire or presence of unauthorized persons.
-Monitor and authorize entrance and departure of employees, visitors, and contractors to protect against theft of extremely high street value, pharmaceutical grade drugs and to maintain security of all persons and property attached to the client company through the use of OnSSI (On-Net Surveillance Systems Inc.) and S2 Security Systems .
-Provide outstanding customer service to all visitors, contractors and employees of the client company.
-As Lieutenant i provide the role of mid level management which includes such tasks as compiling reports for the client company's security manager along with paperwork audits and video investigations. Along with mentoring the Security Officers under my leadership.
Security Forces Member (Combat Arms Training and Maintenance Specialty)
September 2005 to Present
-Command multiple small arms live fire range relays, both static and combat movement tactics. Ensure all deploying 121 ACS (Air Control Squadron) members are knowledgeable and efficient in the proper use of small arms weapons systems.
-Train 121 ACS (Air Control Squadron) Augmentee Force on Military Law Enforcement tactics and procedures, the physical security of US protection level II resources ensuring compliance with Air Force Security Forces Air Base Defense (ABD) standards.
-As a Non Commissioned Officer (SSgt) I provide outstanding leadership to the airmen with-in my unit and remain technically and tactically proficient.
-Currently reenlisting with the Air Guard and cross training out of Security Forces/CATM into AGE (Aerospace Ground Systems) which is a maintenance field. In this field I will be performing maintenance on base generators, HVAC units etc. I will also be trained on the maintenance of all flight line ground systems currently used by the Air Force.
Contract Security Officer (Corporal)
October 2009 to February 2011
-Answer alarms and investigate disturbances.
-Monitor and authorize entrance and departure of employees, visitors, and contractors to guard against theft and maintain security of premises.
-Highest position held: Corporal
-Circulate among visitors, contractors, and employees to preserve order and protect property.
-Formulate reports of daily activities and irregularities such as equipment or property damage, theft, presence of unauthorized persons, or unusual occurrences.
Security Forces Member
September 2003 to September 2005
-Worked alongside the US Department of Energy, to ensure the physical security of over 25,000 Protection Level I (Nuclear) assets, in one of the largest US Military above ground restricted areas.
-Monitor over 15,000 sensors to include such sensors as Racon Microwave Fence sensors, DTR-90 Taut Wire pressure sensors, FPS 2-2R/E-Flex/Inertiaguard shock sensors along with a variety of anti-intrusion interior structure sensors through the use of FLIR software platform networks and dispatching Security Response Teams for visual inspections of all alarms throughout the PL1 Restricted Area.
-During my time in Active Duty I was certified in the US Government Personnel Reliability Program (PRP). A joint task program set up by the US DoE (Department of Energy) along with the US DoD (Department of Defense) to screen individuals to determine if reliable, trustworthy and responsible enough to be trusted with the security of the US Government's most lethal weapons systems.
-I was also a certified Security Response Team (SRT) leader. As a SRT-L I led a response team in any instance warranted for a ten person team with a three minute response time to threats throughout the PL1 restricted area.
Criminal Justice (Law Enforcement, Physical Security and Air Base Defense)
January 2003 to January 2004
Diploma in General Studies
Joint Maneuver Training Center,
Camp Atterbury (Columbus), Indiana
Certified in US Army Squad/Platoon maneuver training, tactics and procedures.
Army Small Arms Marksmanship Course,
Advanced marksmanship training .50 cal and below (Incl. Mk19 full-auto 50mm High Explosive grenade launcher).
US Army Master Machine Gunner Course,
Ike Skelton Training Center, Missouri
Train the Trainer course for all US Army small arms, full-auto weapons systems.
Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicle operator school,
Red River Army Depot,Texas
Certified on operation of all seven variants of the MRAP family of assault vehicles.
US Air Force Combat Arms Training and Maintenance Course
Lackland AFB, Texas
Certified to train military members on weapons/firing fundamentals, safety and tactics along with commanding multiple small arms live fire range relays to ensure members are familiar with both static and combat movement tactics.
US Air Force Security Forces Military Police Academy,
Lackland AFB, Texas
Trained on US Air Force Law Enforcement, Physical Security and Air Base Defense tactics and procedures.
US Air Force Basic Military Training,
Introduction into military procedures and lifestyle.