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Experienced leader, mentor, investigator and law enforcement professional seeking to leverage management experience for your security needs. Committed to training, mentoring, and the development of subordinates.
Managed the Community Security Initiative (CSI) daily operations to include scheduling and accurate completion of site vulnerability assessments, events and training courses. Managed three CSI Analysts, as well as the daily operations of the CSI Analysis Center and all crisis communications. Served as the Deputy Director of the Business Operations Center (BOC) of the Los Angeles City Emergency Management Division. Conducted liaison with regional law enforcement and government agencies. Assisted in the development of CSI safety and security training curricula which was delivered to over 40 individual Jewish institutions and trained over 1500 staff, educators and volunteers.
Conducted over 40 Site Vulnerability Assessments of Jewish institutions to include several large campus sites with multiple buildings in excess of 90 acres. Many of these institutions were awarded Federal UASI security grants as the result of having received a written vulnerability assessment.
Successfully researched, developed and managed the delivery of a ground-breaking security curriculum, "Personnel Resiliency Training". This eight-hour course was specifically designed and presented to over 600 key members of Jewish Leadership, security professionals and volunteers within Los Angeles County.
Researched, developed and managed the delivery of 610 "Project Safe Classroom" bags, an individual classroom lock-down capability which turns each classroom into a safe haven. This project also focused on the training of 990 educators and staff of 37 Jewish schools.
Served as the Task Force Belleau Wood Police Chief. Managed the daily operations and discipline of over 60 Marines and Civilians assigned to the Provost Marshal's Office. Supervised all Law Enforcement and Policing operations aboard Camp Leatherneck, a camp of over 50,000 NATO service personnel, civilian contractors and local Afghan employees. Developed professional relationships with British, Georgian and Jordanian Military Police units. Supervised the timely and accurate reporting and distribution of daily blotters, desk journals, and all criminal and traffic investigations. Coordinated and supervised all training, medical, logistical and administrative support to the members of the Provost Marshal's Office. Served as a Protective Services Officer to the Commanding General for numerous VVIP and VIP visits.
Created and implemented a four month training program, taking 25 new Military Police men and women and molded them into an effective law enforcement team.
Created a combined British, Georgian, Jordanian and U.S. Military Police operation section, targeting local Afghan employees via covert surveillance, who were selling illicit narcotics and other illegal contraband items aboard the installation. As a result of this partnership, over 45 pounds of narcotics and 300 pieces of evidence attributable to individuals for prosecution were seized.
Directly planned and participated in over 30 VVIP and VIP operations moving Foreign Heads of State, members of the U.S. Congress, Ambassadors, U.K. Parliament as well as music, sports and Hollywood personalities through Helmand Province.
Provided oversight on capabilities and readiness of all Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) teams from the Afghan National Army and Afghan National Police within Regional Command South West. Managed all training, logistics, and operational planning for the Director of Regional Command South West's Counter Improvised Explosive Device division. The division, comprised of 45 U.S. personnel in addition to 45 NATO EOD teams from Britten, Afghanistan, and US forces. Responsible for accomplishing all EOD assessments on the validation, manning, training and equipping of all 45 EOD teams. Responsible for fielding and distribution of EOD equipment for Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF). Coordinated all C-IED courses on the employment of specialized equipment, explosive hazard reduction and train the trainer courses of instruction. Mentored the 215 Corps of the Afghan National Army on live explosive demolitions training, tactics, techniques and procedures.
Procured 25 million dollars in equipment and explosives to train and properly equip Afghan EOD teams.
Created, implemented, and managed a maintenance and distribution plan for the Afghan 215th Corps while mentoring their EOD teams and supply officers.
Planned and managed the building of the 215th Corps, Afghan C-IED training facility as well as creating several training syllabus' to evaluate C-IED training standards. This facility trained all 215th Corps EOD teams and provided the entire Afghan National Army a standard to train towards.
Provided the Company with logistical, medical, training and administrative support in preparation for combat. Procured training equipment, ammunition, personnel and mission essential gear as required for training and combat deployments. Acted as the Senior Enlisted Adviser to the Company Commander with special emphasis on human resources and moral matters as well as tactical employment of the company. As a Platoon Sergeant; lead, trained, mentored and developed a platoon of 44 Marines ensuring they were prepared for combat operations. Planned and conducted company level live fire ranges utilizing precision marksmanship rifles, hand guns, shotguns, medium and heavy machine guns as well as utilizing barrier/obstacle shooting techniques, night vision devices, infrared aiming devices and casualty recovery procedures.
Successfully planned, coordinated and supervised the embarkation, deployment and re-deployment of personnel and equipment for combat operations ensuring over $7 million dollars of weapons, vehicles and gear were properly accounted for.
Senior Police Mentor of the 707th Zone, Afghan National Police during combat operations. Successfully employed the 707th Zone Police in combat operations against the enemy by leveraging over 300 Afghan National Police from varying tribal, cultural and economical backgrounds.
Coordinated all logistics, payroll, training, operational planning and operation execution throughout 100 combined Afghan Police and US Marine combat missions.
Advised the Company Commander on all enlisted matters to ensure the welfare, personnel readiness and professional development of 145 Marines, Sailors, Soldiers and Airmen assigned to Headquarters Company, Security Battalion. Tracked and maintained documentation on all legal matters within the Company. Drafted administrative correspondences, Letters of Instruction, awards and company policies for the Commanders review and publication.
Responsible for investigating and solving over 55 felonies including murder, robbery, rape, narcotics and weapons trafficking, and aggravated sexual assaults. Deployed to Iraq as lead Criminal Interrogator, personally responsible for interrogating over 100 High Value Targets and enemy insurgents while building criminal/intelligence cases against captured insurgents for prosecution at the Central Criminal Courts of Iraq.
Regarded as an expert in conducting interviews and interrogations. Conducted hundreds of witness and suspect examinations, with a strong track record of success in gaining admissions of guilt and gleaning key information used to solve felony level crimes.
During operations in Iraq, obtained over 80 confessions from enemy combatants and High Value Targets in Iraq resulting in convictions of the guilty parties through the fragile Iraqi court system within the Central Criminal Courts of Iraq.
Mentored Iraqi prosecutors in evidence collection, finger print analysis, and interview techniques.
Collected criminal intelligence and identified criminal activity targeting problematic areas and created innovative ways to curtail crime.
Solutions-focused, versatile management professional offering a comprehensive background supporting U.S. military operations in roles of increasing responsibility during a twenty-year career in the United States Army. Effective communicator who quickly masters new roles and technologies to achieve positive results.