Police Officer / Security Operations Resume

Added on August 18, 2011 in Legal Law and Security Resumes, P by admin

98 ROANOKE STREET 201.7777777 (H)
Career Focus
Law Enforcement, Security, or Force Protection Operations
Personal & Professional Value
International Police Office, Liaison Coordinator, and Police Instructor, with 6 years’ experience in law enforcement and military medical operations with specific expertise in the following:

 Excellent Interpersonal Skills
 Troubleshooter& Problem Solver
 Superior Oral and Written Communications
 Self-motivated
 Intelligence Analyst
 Surveillance
 Brief High Level Delegations
 Tradecraft
 Instructor & Trainer
 Marksman
 Tactical Operations Analyst
 Liaison & Intelligence Sources
 Counter terrorism Activities
 Solve Crimes
 Service to Kosovo & Operation Desert Storm
 Surgical Technician


International Police Officer, Contracted thru Interpol, Iraq 2006 to Present
 Managed regular police duties from responding to murder and other crime scenes to handling neighborhood disturbances. Work with interpreters and train local national police officers in managing crime scenes including surveillance, tradecraft, report writing, investigations, interviewing witnesses, and suspects
 Conduct frequent liaison with local nationals and law enforcement agencies. Conduct hands-on training for new personnel
 Promoted to a primary Field Training Officer and conducted classroom training teaching local nationals how to develop and establish a working police department. Moved on as a SWAT trainer, responsible for working with the top officers in the field. Played an instrumental role in the development and foundation building the Regional SWAT Team. Trained the special SWAT Team in lawful breaching of buildings, tactical entry methods, antiterrorism training, firearms instruction, team building, riot control, hostage extraction, vehicle extractions, explosives, etc.
 Utilized excellent mediation and interpersonal communication skills to bring the two groups together, solve problems, discuss issues, and form the multi-ethnic unit. Conducted constant liaison with local police and military forces to determine threat levels to ensure Force Protection
 Further promoted to Liaison Officer. Gather intelligence information from various source operations and prepare and deliver briefings to high-level decision makers. Act as a bridge between NATO and the United Nations to determine when to use police forces to diffuse public or military uprisings or other threats
 Monitor intelligence data gathering and collection activities in the tactical operations center. Gathered information culminating in the prosecution of seven bombings under terrorist activity

Police Officer, Woodbridge, NJ 2002 to 2006
 Patrolman working within inner city neighborhoods. Responded to calls for service. Directed traffic at the scene of fires, investigated burglaries, or provided first aid as required to accident victims
 Assisted other officers to secure crime or accident scenes, collect or protect evidence
 Built relationships with local citizens mobilizing neighborhoods to help fight crime

 Investigated suspected crimes including murder, burglaries, domestic violence/disturbances, gang problems, suspicious activities, and unpaid parking tickets
 Communicated effectively both orally speaking with citizens and responding to emergencies ordiffusing problems at crime scenes/accidents, and in writinglipoids of investigation Intel viewed witnesses and suspects at the scene

One-Year Assignments:

Sales Representative, Prudential Insurance Company of America 2001 to 2002
 Certified and Licensed Insurance Sales Representative for health, fire and life insurance

Law Firm Runner,Paone & Zaleski Law Offices, Woodbridge, NJ 2000 to 2001
 Acted as a liaison between the law firm and the court system. Filed legal paper work with all courts:Federal, State, Municipal, Appeals, etc.

Operating Room Technician, Ambulance Surgical Unit, NJ 1999 to 2000
 Assisted doctors during surgery in the operating room as a sterile member of the surgical team

Army Medic, U.S. Army National Guard, Sea Girt, NJ 1993topresent

Called to Active Duty for Operation Desert Storm and Operation Iraqi Freedom
 Received hands-on surgical training on various procedures for over 500 documented surgeries Familiar with medical terminology, prescription medications and doses
 Tasked to operate a medical clinic during the Persian Gulf War. Performed surgeries in combat


 Bachelor of Arts, Interdisciplinary Studies, The State University of New Jersey, 2006
 Emphasis on Psychology, Sociology, and Criminal Justice


 International Police Programs—Police Assessment, Selection & Training Program (ConflictAnalysis, BerettasM-9 pistol training, defensive tactics, baton and OC aerosol irritant and Officer Safety Defensive Mindset and Surveillance Detection)
 Problem Solving, Columbia Police Department
 Criminal Justice Seminar
 Emergency Vehicle Operator’s Course
 Computerized Criminal Justice Training
 Police Academy, Elected Class Vice President (25 weeks)
 Operating Room Specialist & Certified Surgical Technician Course, U S Army Academy of Health Sciences, 1996 (4 months)

~ Received several awards for professionalism and exemplary performance in the military and police department ~
~ Supervised and organized the donation of over 8,000 hours of volunteer service to Children’s organizations as President of college fraternity received a National Award for Service~

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