Security professional who upholds high ethical standards and is honest with supervisors, employees and customers at all times regarding suspicious events and security questions.. Handles multiple responsibilities simultaneously while providing exceptional customer service. Responsible Cashier experienced at managing front of store needs in busy environments. Seeking role of increased responsibility where strengths in service and sales will be valuable.
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To obtain a Police Officer position so that I may utilizing my expertise to ensure the safety of their employees, , visitors, and the community. I am reliable, dedicated, and physically fit and I am skilled at patrolling, investigating and following up incidents. I am available to work various shifts including weekends, holidays, and travel if needs.
Officer well-versed in identifying potential risks and using common sense in high-stress situations with extensive knowledge of law enforcement practices, investigation techniques and security equipment operation with a successful background in law enforcement and escort services. Expertise in conducting investigations and writing detailed reports.
Proficient in, Windows, Excel, QuickBooks
Italian Army - Arma dei Carabinieri (Italian Military Police), 4 years - honorable discharge.
Security Guard Certificate Security personnel training Interrogation techniques Certified in First Aid
ALICE Basic Certification Training for Healthcare
ALICE Basic Certification Training for House of Worship
Security Clearance : TWIC Card
Security Officer Registration Act (S.O.R.A.) Certified New Jersey
Valid U.S. Passport
Physical restraint training
Expertise in crisis intervention techniques Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) expert Seclusion procedures professional
Security Officer Registration Act Certified New York State
Security and Firearms Certification, New York State Unrestricted
Police: Driver Car Patrol
Mental Health First Aid For young Adult
Trained to drive Segway
Training information Management
system New York State Homeland
Security & Emergency Service
Security License Connecticut Pistol Permit Connecticut
Security team management
Monitored and authorized entrance and departure of vehicles, cargo trucks and visitors.
Wrote reports on property damage, theft, presence of unauthorized persons and unusual occurrences. Denied entrance to the building to unauthorized persons.
Inspected equipment, structures and materials to identify the cause of errors and defects.
Monitored and authorized entrance and departure of employees and visitors.
Monitored and reported suspicious activities to local authorities.
Monitored central alarm system for fire, intrusion, and duress alarms and responded when needed. Secured all doors in the office and main building after hours.
Secured all doors in the office and main building after hours.
Detected suspicious activities and watched for criminal acts and rule infractions.
Monitored and authorized entrance and departure of employees and visitors.
Circulated among visitors, patrons and employees to preserve order and protect property.
Denied entrance to the building to unauthorized persons.
Operated detecting devices to screen individuals and prevent passage of prohibited articles into restricted areas. Trained in substance abuse, co-occurring disorders, and the effect of employment and housing issues on mental health.
Responsibilities include patrolling of the High School and its grounds. Reporting and investigating suspicious activity.
Ensuring the safety of students and staff.
Screening visitors, crowd control, and directing traffic.
Accompany students to after-school sporting events to guarantee their safety
Conducted 20 security audits per month to identify potential problems related to physical security, staff safety and asset protection. Fire Drill
and Lockdown Drills
Provide security services in Nyack Hospital Emergency Room and Psychiatric Observation Unit.
Monitor patients who may be a danger to themselves or others.
Intervene and deescalate emotional, physical, and violent situations.
Ensure safety of patients, families, and staff throughout the hospital by direct observation and closed circuit monitoring.
Monitored and evaluated unit performance on key security issues, recommending corrective action programs where appropriate.
Start up, growth, and daily operations of a full service award winning restaurant.
Duties included food preparation, food and beverage management, guest relations, public relations, and advertising/marketing.
Responsible for staffing, management, and staff retention - proudly employing many staff for the full 14 years of operation.
Dining room manager; greeted customers, reservations/ table management, and quality table service.
Oversaw kitchen operations; food preparation, food quality, and maintenance of health department regulations. Remained calm and composed in stressful situations and assuaged unhappy customers in order to ensure customer satisfaction.
Investigative Training Certification
Gang and Drug Investigation Tactics seminar Coursework in Counseling and Social Work Effective Interview Techniques seminar
Rockland County Civilian Police Academy 2016 New York Armed/Unarmed certification Security Officer License,New Jersey Certification SORA/SIRA license. Orangetown Police Auxiliary & South Nyack Grandview- trained in crowd control, traffic control, self defense, arrest and containment procedures, and defensive driving. American Heart Association CPR, AED, and First Aid Certified
Auxiliary Police Officer focused on maintaining order and public safety, responding to emergencies, protecting people and property and promoting positive community relations. CPI Crisis Prevention Institute
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Experienced Facilities Manager with excellent client and project management skills. Action-oriented with strong ability to communicate effectively with technology, executive, and business audiences.
• Provided direct interface and frequent communication with government points of contact and multidisciplinary teams including architects, engineers, and construction specialists.
• Duties included data gathering, analysis, testing and concept development, space and occupancy planning, updating the facilities management process, and transition management.
• Project Manager for NAVSEA HQ physical office moves, furniture installations, and reconfiguring work areas.
• Coordinated with and supervise staff that performs cubicle moves and special event setups in various buildings. Ability to interpret blueprints and specifications.
• Serve as a key customer service lead processing approximately 60 parking requests per day for visitors, contractors and government personnel for over 4,500 spaces at NAVSEA HQ/Washington Navy Yard base.
• With government approval, responsible for distributing parking permits and DOD decals; monitor and update MS Excel file retaining parking data on a weekly basis and communicate irregularities to the Facilities Manager.
• Monitor Facilities "HelpDesk", answering over 40 customer service calls per day from NAVSEA HQ personnel regarding AC/Heating problems, plumbing issues, employee accidents, etc.
• Managed building security, access, and office keys; stayed on call
for building emergencies.
• Assisted with setting up and breaking down conference rooms; participated in safety committee
meetings and implemented measures to increase safety awareness; managed utilities and
• Made daily bank deposits and delivered weekly backup tape to safe deposit box; scheduled and
coordinated delivery service pickups; checked incoming deliveries for completeness and
condition, and distributed as required.
• Researched alternatives for minimizing shipping costs; assisted in inventory control; ordered all
office and media supplies staff; provided assistance to and backup support for the production
• Managed office moves, coordinated with company employees in cubicles for office reconfiguration; interfaced with property manager regarding any issues; attended staff meetings and other meetings as assigned.
This program provided expertise in law enforcement, investigations, corrections, criminal law, research and theory.
•Receiving, inspecting, loading, segregating, and delivering installation supplies and equipment.
•Operating unit-level computers
•Preparing all unit and organizational supply documents.
•Maintaining automated supply system for accounting of organizational and installation supplies and equipment.
•Issuing and receiving small arms
•Securing and controlling weapons and ammunition in security areas
•Scheduling and performing preventive and organizational maintenance on weapons
•Coordinating supply activities
•Posting transactions to organizational and installation property books and supporting transaction files