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Work experience

Jan 2010Present

Drill Sergeant

U.S. Army Reserves, 3-318th (Military Police OSUT)

Supervise, train and motivate trainees as they transform from civilians to United States Army Soldiers; Use experience and training to mentor and teach aspect of the United States Army, combat, and personal achievements; Train, instill and lead by example the seven  Army Values: Leadership, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity and Personal Courage; Assist each individual in their efforts to become a highly motivated, well disciplined, mentally physically fit soldier, capable of defeating any enemy on today’s modern battlefield; Insist the each soldier meets and maintains the Army standards of Military bearing and courtesy consistent with the highest traditions of the U.S. Army

May 2007Jan 2010

Traffic Crash Reconstructionist

U.S. Army, 35th Military Police Company

Use a variety of police and investigative methods and techniques to resolve accident investigations and respond to all traffic accidents occurring on Fort Gordon, GA; Thoroughly investigate, supervise the accident scene, and/or direct all events that transpire at the scene of an accident by reviewing statements taken, interviewing witnesses, interrogating suspects, and reconstructing the scene of an accident; Ensure photos and proper measurements are taken at the accident scene in order to reconstruct the events of the accident; Perform traffic law enforcement using specialized equipment such as radar and breathalyzer instruments; Qualified and certified in these specialized areas and on the necessary equipment; Conduct investigative stops, question, detain, and issue traffic citations; Successfully completed the Traffic Crash Reconstruction Course offered by the Institute of Police Technology and Management, Georgia Intoxilyzer Model 5000 Certification, and Georgia Radar Operator Course; Individually processed over twenty "Driving Under the Influence" cases; Assisted co-workers in the detection and Standardized Field Sobriety Testing of over twenty "Driving Under the Influence" cases; Instructor for the Fort Gordon, GA Law Enforcement Certification Course in the topics of Responding to a Traffic Accident, Secure a Traffic Accident Scene, and Driving Under the Influence Detection and Field Sobriety Testing; Witness in Federal Court to convict subjects in various area of the law.

Oct 2008May 2009

Special Reaction Team Member and Leader

U.S. Army 35th Military Police Detachment

Supervised and led the everyday operations of well-trained Special Reaction Team Members; Team Leader for the Alpha team in the Special Reaction Team program; Trained and certified the members of Alpha Team; Setup and directed a selection course for new recruits trying out for the Special Reaction Team; Successfully led Alpha Team on a joint operation with the New York Police Department to serve a high risk warrant for a wanted murder suspect on U.S. Army's jurisdiction; Used Microsoft's Word 2007, Publisher 2007, PowerPoint 2007 and Excel 2007 to create training slides and a more organized digital library for team records.

Mar 2005May 2007

Protective Service Agent

U.S. Army, EUCOM Protective Services Detachment

Provided residence, work place, and close-in protection for the United States European Command Deputy Commander; Controlled access to the European Command Headquarters and residence of the Deputy Commander; Provided Close-in protection of visiting Department of Defense executives and foreign dignitaries; Setup and ran surveillance operations in and around visiting dignitaries living arrangement; Conducted counter surveillance in the city of Stuttgart, GE; Conducted motorcade operations; Traveled to foreign countries inside the area of responsibility of the Deputy Commander to perform advance operations; Expert marksman with the Sig Sauer P229 9mm Pistol and Heckler & Koch MP5 9mm Submachine gun; Successfully completed Protective Services Training and Anti-terrorism Evasive Driving Course, Protective Service Operations Refresher Course, Anti-Terrorism Evasive Driving Course, and Vehicle Dynamics and Heavily Armored Vehicle Safety Course; Lead driver for the Deputy Secretary of Defense's motorcade; Chase driver in the motorcade operations for the Deputy Commander; Promoted to shift leader and was in charge of the motorcade operations for the Deputy Commander; Selected to train and evaluate other Protective Service Agents to be promoted to the Shift Leader position; Substituted on many occasions as the Protective Service Officer and Heavily Armed Vehicle Driver.

Jun 2004Mar 2005

Traffic Accident Investigator

U.S. Army, 241st Military Police Company

Used a variety of police and investigative methods and techniques to resolve accident investigations and responded to all traffic accidents occurring on Fort Meade, MD; Thoroughly investigated, supervised the accident scene, and/or directed all events that transpired at the scene of an accident by reviewing statements taken, interviewing witnesses, interrogating suspects, and reconstructing the scene of an accident; Ensured photos and proper measurements were taken at the accident scene in order to reconstruct the events of the accident; Performed traffic law enforcement using specialized equipment such as radar, and breathalyzer instruments; Qualified and certified in those specialized areas and on the necessary equipment; Conducted investigative stops, questioning, detaining, and issued traffic citations; Successfully completed Advanced Crash Investigation, At-scene Crash Investigation, Traffic Management and Accident Investigation, and Maryland Basic Breath Test Operators Course; Investigated multiple fatality and personal injury traffic accidents; Worked closely with the National Security Agency Police, Anne Arundel County Police Department, and Maryland State Police on concurrent jurisdiction investigations.

Feb 2003Jul 2004

Patrolman

U.S. Army, 241st Military Police Company

Enforced traffic regulations and law and order; Exercised military control and discipline; Responsible for traffic accident investigations; Provided physical security for designated individuals, installations, facilities, and equipment; Maintained traffic control and enforced traffic regulations and safety; Participated in civil disturbances and riot control operations; Responsible for law enforcement investigations; Performed foot and motorized patrol and applied crime prevention measures; Prepared Military Police reports including sworn statements and processed evidence.

Accident Investigation Certs.

Executive Protection Certs.

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Department of Defense