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AT/FP SWAT Security and Asset Protection (TS)

Security Clearance: Top Secret

Summary: Over 10 years of professional experience in security and asset protection at every level from local to national.

Work Experience: United States Army, November 11, 1999 to Present

Senior Noncommissioned Officer, Antiterrorism and Force Protection Operations, U.S. Army North (Fifth Army) 16 June 2008 to Present, Provost Marshal Office, Fort Sam Houston, Texas
Served as the senior Noncommissioned Officer in the Provost Marshal Office in the US Army North Main Command Post and Operational Command Post Two(2) with a Theater Force Protection mission for 18 of 21 major Army commands. The theater Force Protection mission includes all Army assets in the contiguous United States, Canada and Mexico. Responsible for coordinating DoD support of local, state and federal Law Enforcement personnel during terrorist, natural disasters, training exercises and daily operations; responsible for developing and ensuring compliance with Force Protection guidance during contingency operations; also responsible for serving as a liaison with local police investigating crimes allegedly committed by active duty soldiers within the area of operations and to acquire and analyze intelligence received from various agencies. Responsible for reviewing, tracking and reporting of all reportable incidents described in Army Regulation 190-45 and United States Army North Force Protection Operations Order that were sent up from subordinate units within the AOR. Responsible for the oversight of the Risk Management process i.e. risk assessments and vulnerability assessments for high risk personnel visiting the ARNORTH AOR. Participated in staff assisted visits, higher headquarter assessments for all Army commands in the US Army North area of responsibility as the subject matter expert in Force Protection operations. Reviewed and advised changes to Antiterrorism and Physical Security Plans for the Defense Coordinating Officers; located in the ten FEMA Regions. Coordinated the execution of and participated in interagency working groups, i.e. Force Protection Working Groups, Threat Working Groups and Antiterrorism Working Groups for the JFLCC and COCOM (AOR) as a technical expert. Advised 18 major Army commands on recommended Random Antiterrorism Measures (RAM) for installations, area of operations and areas of destructions caused by natural or man-made events. Was appointed the duty Physical Security Officer for the Provost Marshals Office. Served on several Mobile Training Teams in support of US Army North Theater Security Cooperation mission, training and exchanging risk management processes with senior Mexican Army Officers.
Accomplishments: Instrumental in the development, implementation and management of a theater-wide information sharing tool. Additionally, developed and instituted many policies and programs from their infancy for the Provost Marshal Office effectively establishing drills and routines for proper operations.

Operations Sergeant, 127th Military Police Company, 1 January 2006 to 15 June 2008, Fliegerhorst Kaserne, Hanau, Germany
Served as the senior Operations Sergeant for a 180 person Military Police Company; responsible for preparing plans, orders and training briefs to meet company, battalion and brigade level reporting requirements; responsible for the coordination and management of company level training events and operations in preparation for combat deployments and local law enforcement operations. Conducted training and informational briefs on a myriad of topics to senior/executive level commands and subordinate personnel, provided daily updates, analyzed trip reports, provided subject matter expertise to the commander on a daily basis. Developed and presented briefings and provided the status on changed requirements and made recommendations on course of actions to enhance the mission of unit. Responsible for force tracking and management of patrol elements of three different platoon size elements of 30 or more personnel in four different battle spaces across ten different cities in support of the Iraqi Police Transition Team mission for the Babil Province. Supported the host nation police force during the transition phase in order to focus and procure physical security upgrades across the entire province. Personally responsible for the development and implementation of force protection upgrades to three Iraqi police stations as well as 14 Iraqi police checkpoints. Responsible for the successful distributed of over one million dollars worth of equipment, weapons and force protection upgrades throughout the Babil Province; to include the oversight and management of inventory movement from warehouse to final location.
Accomplishments: Developed training plans and managed oversight of the first training course in Babil Province for intermediate police training, focused at officers recently returned from police academy. Course of instruction was intended to bridge the gap between academy training and actual police work. Successfully trained over 300 Iraqi Police officers.

Administrative Assistant to the Regimental Command Sergeant Major, Headquarters, Maneuver Support Center (MANSCEN), United States Army Military Police School (USAMPS),
Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri
Hand selected by the most senior Command Sergeant Major in the Army’s Military Police Corps out of over 2000 other Military Police Noncommissioned Officers. Responsible for scheduling, maintaining suspense’s and preparing all correspondence for the Military Police Regimental Command Sergeant Major; reviewed, revised, prepared and sent correspondence to MP Brigade and Battalion Command Sergeants Major world-wide; coordinated all aspects of trips and travel arrangements for the Regimental Command Sergeants Major world-wide travel schedule; maintained the MP Regimental Coin Registry, the Regimental CSM’s calendar, and a world-wide distribution database of CSM/SGM’s. Recognized as a subject matter expert in validating and certifying the 2005 Military Police Warfighter competition collective and individual tasks ranging from skill level one to skill level three. Routinely coordinated and managed visits to other countries as well as that of numerous VIPs visiting the Regimental Command Sergeant Major. Received numerous coins of excellence during tenure for the tracking and reporting of all military police training at the military police school in order for the Regimental Command Sergeant Major to maintain visibility of all courses of instruction. Researched, analyzed, studied and interpreted directives, regulations, and policies that impacted Military Police Corps Noncommissioned Officers in support of the Regimental Command Sergeant Major.
Accomplishments: Graduated from Basic Noncommissioned Officers Course on the Commandants List, top 10% of course attendees.

Special Reactions Team Leader, 252nd Military Police Detachment, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri
Responsible for the training and management of a Special Reaction Team (SWAT in other terms) responsible for the reaction to and mitigation of emergency situations; development and planning of training events and the procurement of special equipment. Developed and maintained a Special Reaction Team program that received numerous accolades from the garrison commander as well as civilian law enforcement agencies. Conducted focused training on active shooter response, hostage situations, reacting to contact, marksman/observer training and participated in numerous other civilian sponsored training events. Consistently engaged with local law enforcement senior members in the development of localized memorandums of agreement and memorandums of understanding; planned and managed over 15 training events in conjunction with local law enforcement, Army Special Forces and other partner agencies. Provided key input to the development of installation emergency action plans for contingency operations. Certified as a dynamic simulation instructor, tactical pistol instructor, defensive tactics instructor and combatives instructor as well as hazardous material operations by the State of Missouri. Routinely provided personal security to VIPs and dignitaries visiting the Fort Leonard Wood area utilizing protective services training.
Accomplishments: Team Leader for the 2004 Warfighter Team champions, an event where 38 Army Military Police Teams compete in a grueling 4 day physical and mental competition meant to test teams on the core functions of military police operations. Team competed and placed first in 6 out of the 8 events during the competition. Additionally, graduated Primary Leadership Development Course as the Honor Graduate, top graduate in the course.

Security, United Nations Command Security Battalion-Joint Security Area, Panmunjom, South Korea; 10 September 2001 to 10 September 2002
Provided access control and physical security to the Joint Security Area along the 38th Parallel between North and South Korea as well as access to sensitive areas. Entrusted with the physical security duties of inspecting and ensuring compliance of several key locations of access control into the Joint Security Area. Responsible for the scheduling of personnel to perform security duties inside the Joint Security Area, responsible for the accomplishment and coordination of all administrative tasks in support of Company operations (i.e. management and placement of personnel, promotions, evaluations, leaves, chapter actions and discharges).
Additional information; well versed in a wide variety of computer software and equipment to include all Microsoft software platforms, Linux and Macintosh. Capable of typing in excess of 60 words per minute.

Education and Training:
• Excelsior College (01/01/2004 to Present), Albany, New York
• Command Post of the Future (CPOF), May 2009
• Unit Prevention Leader Course, November 2003
• Basic Noncommissioned Officers Course, March 05
• Advanced Noncommissioned Officers Course, August 09
• Primary Leadership Development Course, July 03
• FEMA IS100, IS200, IS235, IS240 IS700, IS800, IS813 and Courses; various dates These courses from the Federal Emergency Management Agency teach the processes FEMA uses to conduct consequence management missions. Emphasis is on the National Response Plan, National Incident Management System, and operational procedures.
• Conventional Physical Security/Crime Prevention School; April 2009
• Antiterrorism Officer Basic/Advance Course (ATOAC); April 2010
• Special Response Training (SRT) (Phase 1); December 02
• Protective Services Training and Antiterrorism Evasive Driving Course – Staff Driver – December 2005
• DoD Defense Support of Civil Authorities Phase I/II – January 2009
• Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) / Joint Staff Integrated Vulnerability Assessments (JSIVA) – January 2009
• Crime Scene Management for CBRNE Incidents, FEMA, Center for Domestic Preparedness – February 2011
• Weapons of Mass Destruction – Installation Emergency Responders Training (USAMPS) – March 2003

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