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Federal Law Enforcement SME with 20+ Years Experience
Strategic Partnerships ~ Investigations ~ Teaching & Training ~ Reporting
Interrogations ~ Collaboration & Coordination ~ Intelligence & Data Analysis
Offer a seasoned career in federal law enforcement with demonstrated success in targeting, counterintelligence, counterterrorism, and criminal investigations, especially regarding human and drug trafficking.
Able to consistently foster and maintain highly cooperative relationships with foreign, state, local, and federal law enforcement partners and stakeholders.
Consummate strengths in managing complex domestic and international criminal investigations to include evidence development, reporting, and prosecuting organization principals.
Possess significant talents in personnel management, training & instruction, evaluations, and mentoring.
Able to effectively apply new technologies and techniques to streamline and augment analytical, operational, and investigative tasks.
Completed extensive and ongoing professional, job-specific, firearms, and managerial training throughout federal law enforcement career.
Skilled in establishing unified relationships and promoting transparency among cross-cultural and cross-functional groups having a mutual goal.
Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE), Washington DC, 2013 to 2015
Detention & Deportation Officer
Strategically coordinated ICE law enforcement and ICE intelligence missions to enhance, nurture, and sustain productive relationships at the Human Smuggling and Trafficking Center.
Liaised with domestic and international organizations to promote Center mission and build awareness of human trafficking and smuggling issues, impact, and concerns.
Analyzed complex and large volumes of data for intelligence assessments and analytic products.
Contributed to planning and development of executive-level strategic assessments and briefings.
Formulated tactics to improve information sharing among both ICE components in support of mission.
Trained new intelligence analysts in basic police intelligence, and played an active role in revising ICE Intelligence training curriculum to include Intelligence-Led Policing concepts.
DHS ICE Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) - Intelligence, Washington DC, 2011 to 2013
Section Chief, Strategic Engagement Section / Supervisory Detention and Deportation Officer
Championed daily operations within section, adeptly providing crucial intelligence to optimize development and implementation of ICE, DHS, and national strategies, policies, and planning efforts.
Resourcefully pooled resources with partner programs within ICE, HSI, and other entities.
Supervised and evaluated personnel, approved expenses, recommended awards, and advised subordinates throughout daily job functions.
ICE/HSI-Intelligence, Washington, DC, 2011 to 2012
Acting Unit Chief
Directed unit supervisors and personnel in Strategic Engagement, Production Management and Dissemination, External Liaisons and the Combatant Commands.
Decisively approved expenses, recommended awards, conducted performance appraisals, and counseled subordinates on work and administrative matters, productivity, team cohesiveness and best practices.
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DHS ICE HSI-Intelligence, San Antonio, TX, 2009 to 2011
Detention and Deportation Officer
Generated and disseminated tactical and operational intelligence products regarding criminal aliens.
Interviewed aliens in custody to establish rapport, earn trust, and develop confidential informants.
Presented with Assistant Secretary s Excellence in Law Enforcement Award for efforts in identifying and targeting violent criminal alien gang members for enforcement action.
DHS ICE HSI-Intelligence, Washington, DC, 2010
Detention & Deportation Officer, Illicit Travel Unit - Extraterritorial Criminal Travel (ECT) Section
Reviewed, processed, and critically evaluated intelligence information from broad-based sources to uncover trends, patterns, and profiles of illicit travel facilitators.
Targeted major human smuggling facilitators in the Western hemisphere, Africa, Middle East, South Asia, and Europe.
Designated as (Acting) Section Chief on multiple occasions while Section Chief was overseas.
DHS ICE Office of Intelligence, Tucson, AZ, 2010
Acting Assistant Director for Intelligence ACTT-AOP
Orchestrated intelligence operations with partner agencies and local, county and state task forces in preparation and execution of Operation Vekol Valley to combat illegal drug and human smuggling.
DHS/ICE- Detention & Removal (DRO), San Antonio, TX, 2008 to 2009
Deportation Officer / Intelligence Officer
Collected information and prepared reports on matters of alien smuggling, narcotics trafficking, work site enforcement, fraud, gangs and special interest aliens.
Assisted in updating unit s SOP which would become the model for all DRO Intelligence units nationwide.
DHS/ICE- Detention & Removal (DRO), San Antonio, TX, 2003 to 2009
Joined forces with U.S. Attorney's office to identify, locate, apprehend, and prosecute illegal aliens.
Administered deportation cases of both criminal and non-criminal aliens at various stages of deportation or exclusion proceedings.
Applied sharp attention to detail and efficiency in preparing documents for Warrants of Arrest, Warrants of Deportation, Breaches of Bond, Demands of Surrender, and Notices of Exculpable Alien.
Leveraged databases and other agencies and departments of the federal government to investigate cases.
Served as Manager of Alternatives to Detention program for one year, overseeing aliens released on Order of Supervision or Order of Recognizance.
Spearheaded operations to arrest fugitive aliens that had been ordered deported or removed by the Immigration judge.
Ensured and enforced safe firing range operations with an emphasis in proper weapons handling by officers and agents.
DHS/US Border Patrol, Laredo, TX, 1998 to 2003
Supervisory Border Patrol Agent
Demonstrated exemplary leadership talents in supervising, motivating, supporting and scheduling 60+ agents per shift.
Managed Laredo North station Collateral Duty Intelligence Agent program which included six agents assigned to the program (1998 to 1999).
Additional experience includes service with the United States Military and the DHS/United States Border Patrol, San Antonio, TX as a Senior Border Patrol Agent. Held concurrent roles such as Collateral Duty Intelligence Agent, Emergency Response Team Member, Sector Training Officer, Senior Firearms Instructor, Sector Health and Safety Coordinator, and K-9 Handler.
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February 4, 2016
Human Resources Department
Dear Hiring Director:
Please accept this letter and accompanying resume in application for the Federal Law Enforcement Subject Matter Expert opportunity that is currently available at IBM (#27807BR). In advance, thank you for your time and consideration.
As indicated in the accompanying resume, I bring to you more than 20 years experience in law enforcement, specialized expertise in intelligence gathering and processing, and outstanding proficiency in full-scope operational and analytical functions. To complement these qualifications, I offer strong investigative talents, advanced skills in establishing collaborative partnerships, and exceptional administrative and leadership skills which are vital to fulfilling comprehensive law enforcement missions, cases, and programs.
As a proactive contributor to IBM, you will find me to be a qualified and accomplished professional committed to supporting you in achieving your objectives through sound technical aptitude and a lengthy career in the federal law enforcement community. I am confident that I am the perfect candidate for your Watson Discovery Advisor program and look forward to interviewing with you in the near future.
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