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Yyyyyy x. yyyyyy

0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000


SSN: xxx-xx-xxxx

Country of Citizenship: United States

Position Title: Supervisory CBP Officer (First Line)

Vacancy Announcement: Vacancy ID: 1960826   Announcement Number: MHCMP-1960826-CAF   USAJOBS Control Number: 470246800


Core Competencies


Customs & Border Protection, Terrorist Detection/Prevention, Law Enforcement, Legitimate Trade/Traveler Support, Agricultural Pest/Disease Interdiction, Law Enforcement Database Utilization, Z-Portal Vehicle Imaging System (X-Ray) Certification, San Ysidro Port of Entry Criminal Enforcement Unit (CEU) Collaboration, Federal Laws: Title 8 USC Code 1326 Re-Entry after Deportation, Title 8 USC Code 1324 Alien Smuggling, Title 8 USC Code 1544-Misuse of United States Passport, Title 8 USC Code 1546-Fraud Use of a Visa, Permits or Other Documents, Warrants/Arresting/Booking/Transporting of Criminals, Admissibility Enforcement Unit Experience, Expedited Removals, Expedited Removals with Credible Fear and Notice to Appear, Detention Center Control, Detainee Safety


Professional Experience


February 2017 Present / May 2012 October 2016

Customs & Border Protection

San Ysidro, CA / Otay Mesa, CA

Hours Worked per Week: 40+

Salary: $80,000 Annually

Supervisor: Justin Kelemen Phone: 619.662.2241 May Contact

CBP Officer

Effectively meet multiple responsibilities for detecting/preventing entrance to country of terrorists and weapons of mass destruction while supporting incoming trade and travelers/individuals. Diligently enforce array of laws/regulations regarding revenue, trade, contraband seizure, interdiction of agricultural pests/diseases, and admissibility of various individuals. Have been trained and Certified in use of Z-Portal Vehicle Imagine System (X-Ray), and as a Field Training Officer Certified by FLETC (FTQC).


During current assignment with the Criminal Enforcement Unit (CEU), at San Ysidro Port of Entry, have gained experience in successfully prosecuting individuals under multiple federal laws including Title 8 USC Code 1326- Re-entry after deportation, Title 8 USC Code 1324- Alien smuggling, Title 8 USC Code 1544- Misuse of United States Passport, Title 8 USC Code 1546 Fraud use of a visa, permits or other documents, as well as serving Warrants, arresting, booking and transporting criminals to county jail.


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Have also developed experience in dealing with the Admissibility Enforcement Unit, consisting of case work relating to immigration issues such as Expedited Removals, Expedited Removals with Credible Fear and Notice to Appear cases. Additionally serve as Detention Control officer, with such duties as feeding detainees and assuring personnel accountability, transportation, and the safety of all detainees; serve as Union Steward, which includes having knowledge of contract agreements and the ability to negotiate between officers and management.


During tenure in assignment, skillfully utilized Z-Portal to apprehend multiple individuals in possession of illegal drugs, various unauthorized personnel, weapons and medications. Also, as a Field Trainer, provide on-going orientation to new officers in gaining familiarity/comfort levels with southern border and in what is entailed in serving as a CBP Officer.


As a member of the AEU, assisted with organizing of new processes for involvement with Haitians seeking asylum to expedite cases per officer in face of limited language translators. Also, successfully found violation of food product claimed as legal product when it was actually not legal; cited and released subject; in another traffic incident successfully identified 125.55 lbs of liquid methamphetamines loaded in the gas tank of a pickup truck.


October 2016 February 2017

Customs & Border Protection

San Ysidro, CA / Otay Mesa, CA

Hours Worked per Week: 40+

Salary: $92,108 Annually

Supervisor: Chantel McCulloch Phone: 619.690.8971 May Contact

Temporary CBP Supervisor

In this interim120-day assignment, was Temporary First Line Supervisor at San Ysidro and Otay Mesa Ports of Entry; held comprehensive responsibilities for ensuring successful accomplishment of CBP mission/goals. As CBP representative continually ensured that all personnel were kept apprised of entry procedures, import/export regulations and U.S. laws concerning border inspection requirements.


Prepared/delivered daily information briefings to communicate with individuals from diverse backgrounds, prepared daily personnel work schedules, managed work performance of employees and provided guidance/mentorship/support as needed. Insightfully answered array of inquiries from public at large, mitigated/remediated any complaints/issues, completed tort claims, certified overtime/premium pay, approved various leaves of absence/sick leaves and continually verified staffing sufficiency for Port operations.


Additional responsibilities included supporting Operations Chief/Watch Commander with active lane management at both Ports and regularly contributed well-considered recommendations to Chief/Commander concerning managing budgetary parameters and reducing expenses by releasing officers from overtime work when possible.


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March 2010 May 2012

Department of Defense

Port Hueneme, CA

Hours Worked per Week: 40+

Salary: $45,000 Annually

Supervisor: Lt. Frank Forbes Phone: 805.340.3135 May Contact

Police Officer Force Protection

Expertly patrolled assigned areas to preserve law/order, prevent/discover criminal activities, and enforce traffic/parking regulations; also responded to calls/complaints regarding fire, vehicle accidents, robberies and other misdemeanors/felonies. At crime scene was responsible for administering first aid, conducting preliminary investigations/gathering evidence/working with witnesses and arresting individuals; was often called on to testify in court. Also interviewed individuals regarding complaints/inquiries and responded when possible or referred to proper entities for resolution. Issued traffic tickets, directed traffic, conducted accident investigations including examining vehicles/roadways, secured accident environs to prevent further difficulties, cleaned debris/obstructions from accident area and interviewed accident principals/witnesses.


Served as personal property/evidence custodian for materials being held for court presentation and maintained records of evidence/property including impounded automobiles. When investigating crimes, interviewed suspects/witnesses, maintained surveillance of individuals/locations suspected of involvement with vice activities all while respecting rights of individuals. Developed skills in quickly assessing situations and determining proper course of action and working with verbal as well as written instructions while assuring clear and effective communication


While dealing with case of child abuse was assigned to investigate allegations and turn results over to NCIS; organization refused to continue to work on the case which required continued personal involvement and investigation. During course of investigation was able to collect sufficient evidence of child abuse by federal worker at a day care center that resulted in termination of individual; following successful resolution was considered as go to individual for working with and investigating alleged child abuse cases.


October 2009 March 2010 / August 2008 October 2009

AKAL Security / Homeland Security Solutions, Inc.

Port Hueneme, CA

Hours Worked per Week: 40+

Salary: $36,000 Annually

Supervisor: Paul Sanzone Phone: 805.276.0399 May Contact

Security Guard

In this assignment provided armed security for military personnel/visitors/employees and other individuals authorized to enter Ventura County Naval Base; responsibilities included challenging individuals to assure legitimate Base business. Regularly employed in-depth knowledge of preventative measures to stop trespassing, anti-terrorism, vandalism, sabotage or property theft activities. Also maintained gate logs, visitor/vehicle registration information, and gate/vehicle/pedestrian statistics and continually employed wide-ranging knowledge of applicable federal laws/rules/regulations/security orders, gate operations, traffic controls and hand/arm signals.

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Developed accident/incident reports on any encounters with other individuals including complaints, witnesses, disruptive employees or visitors; secured accident/crime scenes, safeguarded evidence, obtained witness statements and, as needed, detained individual(s) until police arrived. Employed radio commands to interface with dispatch, other officers and supervisors, examined identification/vehicle passes to validate Base access authority, and searched personnel/vehicles for weapons/drugs/contraband. Provided first aid/CPR at scenes of accidents/incidents, interviewed witnesses and gathered crucial information; demonstrated strengths in communicating verbally as well as in writing, and in the proper utilization of firearms and two-way radios.


Also received in-depth training in self-defense tactics as well as the use of deadly force while focusing on assuring that no rights had been violated; conducted Commercial Vehicle Inspections, worked with Classified information and in Classified areas, maintained physical capabilities in alignment with Navy regulations and maintained Navy as well as State of California firearm qualifications (four qualifications annually). Supported Missile Defense Agency and provided access to/from weapon site for visitors, including 100 foreign nationals; also patrolled facility and provided security to prevent unauthorized access to site, with particularly diligence regarding foreign personnel plans concerning use of unauthorized technological equipment.




Northeastern Wisconsin Technical College, Marinette, WI

Machine Tool Technics Studies, 1995-1997


CBP Officer Basic Training (OBT), 2012

Certified, VLC Training Course

Shotgun Qualified

Z-Portal Operator

Field Training Officer (FTO), Field Training Qualification Course (FTQC) Qualified

Criminal Enforcement Officer (TDY)

Admissibility Enforcement Officer




Multiple performance awards with CBP, 2012 Present

OFFICER OF THE YEAR as a 2nd year officer with DOD Police, 2011




Yyyyyy x. yyyyyy

0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000


SSN: xxx-xx-xxxx

Country of Citizenship: United States

Position Title: Supervisory CBP Officer (First Line)

Vacancy Announcement: Vacancy ID: 1960826   Announcement Number: MHCMP-1960826-CAF   USAJOBS Control Number: 470246800




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Dear :


I would like to thank you for providing me the opportunity to interview with you and discuss the exciting Supervisory CBP Officer position currently available with your organization.  Having gained a deeper insight into the job requirements and your objectives, I am confident you will find me a valuable asset in achieving your goals.

As discussed, I am an enthusiastic, disciplined team player eager to continue a successful career as a dedicated member of your staff.  I believe you will find my dynamic management, coordination and communications skills vital to your organization and I look forward to contributing to your success.


Should you have any additional questions, or to discuss future employment opportunities, please feel free to contact me at your earliest convenience.  Again, thank you for the enlightening interview.  I look forward to your response.








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