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Security leader with a work and academic history of consistently exceeding performance objectives.
Worked 40 hours per week while earning graduate degrees in homeland security and criminal justice.
Eight years of valuable, hands-on experience as a Correction Officer for the Prince George s County Department of Corrections.
Outstanding listening, verbal communication and interpersonal skills to build relationships with stakeholders.
Exceptional time management, attention to detail and organizational skills, including prioritizing tasks.
Demonstrated ability to work well independently as well as part of a team.
Veteran, U.S. Army (Honorable Discharge).
> Conflict Resolution > Security Management > Emergency Management
> Team Management > Counseling > Law Enforcement
> Negotiations > Policies & Procedures > Teamwork & Collaboration
Master of Arts (MA), Criminal Justice, American Military University; expected month year (3.38 GPA)
Coursework: Criminal Justice Ethics; Criminology; Police Administration; Criminal Law; Criminal Justice Process; Organized Crime; Crisis Action Planning; and Public Policy.
Master of Arts (MA), Homeland Security, American Military University; earned 2013
Coursework: Research Methods in Homeland Security; Homeland Security Policy; Domestic Terrorism and Extremist Groups; Homeland Defense; Public Policy; Intelligence and Homeland Security; Information Warfare; Risk Communication; Crisis Action Planning; Cross Cultural Management; Leadership; and Airport Security Design.
Bachelor of Arts (BA), Communication Studies, University of Xxxxxx University College; earned 2011
> National Crime Information Center (NCIC) Certified
> Techniques of Fingerprinting Certified
> Certificate of Training, Prince George s County Department of Corrections
> Certificate of Training, Combat LifeSaver, U.S. Army
> Certificate of Affiliation, U.S. Army Quartermaster Corps
> Diploma, Automated Logistical Specialist Course, 551-92A10
Correction Officer, Prince George s County Department of Corrections 2009-Present
Ensure the safety and security of persons and property, including inmates, colleagues and visitors.
Maintain poise, professionalism and patience to deescalate conflict and find peaceful resolution to problems.
Mediate disputes between inmates by gathering facts, including in collaboration with fellow officers.
Lead counseling sessions with inmates suffering from numerous challenges, including depression or anxiety.
Demonstrate outstanding attention to detail skills to notice inconsistencies or unusual behavior or events.
Communication Associate, American Red Cross, Prince George County Chapter 2005-2009
Provided valuable services to community members during the Civil War in Sierra Leone (West Africa).
Aided community members, especially women and children, including those with amputations.
Supported workshops and training to mediate or resolve conflict, including in Sierra Leone (West Africa).
Trained individuals on how to properly provide First Aid and CPR and operate an AED.
Honored with a Certificate of Appreciation for dedication and contributions.
Managing Director, Fourahbites (newspaper) Sierra Leone (West Africa) 2003-2005
Newspaper Reporter, Concord Times Sierra Leone (West Africa) 2001-2003
Logistics Specialist, U.S. Army 2005-2015
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