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Bureau of Prisons Policy/Procedure/Program Expertise, Institutional Security/Inmate Security and Control, Facility Inspection, Violation Remediation Recommendation Development, Policy Integration, Regulation Planning/Development/Administration, Supplements/Emergency Plans/Contingency and Breach Plan Development, Security Measure Development, Post Redesign/Restructuring, Staffing Needs Identification, Personnel Leadership/Evaluation, Work Schedule Development, Personnel Training, Inmate Threat Assessment, Contractor Direction
January 2005 - Present
Federal Bureau of Prisons
Hours Worked per Week: 40
Salary: $77,019 Annually
Series: 0007 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 11
Supervisor: Dennis Holmes Phone xxx-xxx-xxxx May Contact
Administrative Lieutenant, FCI/FDC Tallahassee
During career with Bureau, including serving in Administration, Emergency Preparedness, Special Housing, Operations, Activities, Bus Lieutenant and Acting Captain assignments, have held multiple duties in working with/overseeing inmate population ranging from Maximum to Community Custody, including scheduling assignment for shift personnel and managing work performance. Have developed expertise in organizational policies/procedures and have authored several Institutional Supplements, Emergency Plans, Contingency and Breach Plans that have become policy, as well as training aids/lesson plans concerning BOP security procedures; additionally provide advisement to organizational management on current policies during times of institutional emergencies/disturbances.
Successfully direct and supervise institutional security and inmate conduct/discipline/work activities and have been an active, contributing participant in Program and Operational Reviews. In this role have participated in inspection activities and developed/submitted reports and documents regarding observed security violations and methodologies for mitigating/remediating. Continually analyze custodial/security requirements by identifying composition of correctional posts in order to maximize available resources.
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In current assignment overseeing 1,000 female offenders at FCI and 300 male offenders at FDC, including Special Housing Units (SHUs) for inmates recommended for Special Management Unit (SMU) placement, responsibilities include developing daily rosters, performing audits, reviewing/modifying post orders, scheduling training, evaluating work performance of lieutenants and trainees, and developing progress assessments/reviews. Regularly provide intelligence briefings to Captain/Executive Staff and continually interpret and apply organizational policies/procedures concerning regulations outlined in Correctional Services Manual.
Develop recommendations for Central Inmate Monitoring System (CIMS) assignments and identify threat assessments based on security threat group or disruptive group association; recommend assignments of inmate quarters, i.e. placement in general population or within SHU, and instruct SHU staff on which inmates are not to be housed together or sent for recreation activities together. Additionally, review Escorted Trip Authorization, develop recommendations concerning security/staffing, and make decisions on gate pass referrals regarding suitability of certain inmates to perform work outside of institution confines; also oversee incoming/outgoing of hazardous and non-hazardous tools and materials.
Prior to current assignment was Reviewer in Charge of operational review of Correctional Services Department, with responsibilities for supervising/coordinating reviews utilizing program review guidelines, and participated in six Operational Reviews and seven Program Reviews at three separate institutions. Also served as Acting Captain during preparation for Correctional Services Program Review, with responsibilities for planning and implementing correctional programs, and was member of American Correctional Association (ACA) Committee,
Was directly involved in four major disturbances at two separate institutions; response in one situation included directing staff personnel to involved areas and ordering the use of less-than-lethal munitions to regain facility control, in another was able to negotiate a de-escalation toward desired outcome for all concerned parties. Following an escape attempt from FCI, expertly performed security assessment of FCI/FDC and developed corrective action recommendations. As needed, serve as Acting Captain while Captain is engaged in training, program review or other functions, and continually utilize communication skills, in individual interaction or during presentations/training during IF/ART.
Serve as supervisor, rating official and instructor, and provide insightful counsel for staff personnel regarding individual performance. Prepare comprehensive progress reports and employee performance assessments, and author incident reports/performance log entries. Regularly proofread/modify existing lesson plans, prepare detailed memoranda for approval of Captain/Executive Staff, and develop lesson plans for classes taught during ART. Successfully prepared in-depth report summarizing results of research project forwarded to region as proposal to de-activate FDC SHU and turn one housing unit into a secured holdover unit.
Interface collaboratively with other departments management/staff personnel with a focus on maximizing correctional process efficiencies, gaining experience in directing performance of an organizational unit, being held accountable for unit success and monitoring unit progress toward achieving goals. Additional taskings include working with various contracting organizations and providing instructions/guidelines/timeframes for services to be performed; continually place emphasis on providing highest levels of safety and security.
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Delgaldo Community College, New Orleans, LA
Criminal Justice Studies
Semester/Credit Hours: 24
Outstanding Evaluations (9)
Supervisor of the Quarter Awards (2)
Time-Off Awards (5)
IDC, CIMS and Bus Certified
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