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Demonstrated extensive experience, a highly motivated work ethic and results-driven professionalism, recognized for commitment to excellence, with demonstrated expertise in communicating innovative operational management strategies.
As a current United States Navy Watch Commander, demonstrating excellent international operations security, able to administer dependable and strategic security planning, directing, consulting, and manage all facets of day Law Enforcement, Anti-terrorism, Port and, Air field Security functions within Naval Station Rota, Spain.
Self-motivated professional, offering unique management of innovative temporary housing for more than 4,500 personnel, demonstrating broad based and transferable qualifications.
A multitude of versatile skills will transfer into the government Housing Referral Services sector that creates and maintains high levels of efficiency and productivity. Advanced understanding of temporary and permanent housing venues, comparables, and current economics, that facilitates concise and diligent attention to detail.

Provide efficient and effective security of property and maintenance knowledge, and extensive expertise in law enforcement tactics and services. Complete understanding and demonstrated experience of military law, and knowledgeable of all administrative paperwork required for housing properties.

Proven track record of implementing the necessary principles that garner military leadership. Dedicated to maintaining a reputation built on quality, service, and uncompromising ethics.

RELATED EXPERIENCE

United States Navy NOV 2010 to Present
Watch Commander
NAVSTA, Rota, Spain Hours/week: 40
Supervisor: John Doe Starting Salary: $ X,XXX.XX / month
Supervisor may be contacted Ending Salary: $ xxxxxxx / month
Telephone: xxx-xxx-xxxx
Provide best-in-class security duties with over 14 years of Law Enforcement experience, overseeing Operations Officer for day-to-day Law Enforcement, Anti-terrorism, and Port and Air field Security functions within Naval Station Rota, Spain, leading a 24-personnel patrol section.
Ensure security operations are appropriate for the protection of facilities, equipment, projects, program, and personnel, and maintain base security posture while understanding customer service needs of general public and balancing those needs with security measures.
Conduct port briefs to Commanding Officers and his/her staff of visiting U.S. assets, underlining the local Force Protection and Security Posture and threats that could affect personnel, equipment and facilities.
Oversee wide variety of administrative duties; personnel inspections, counseling (disciplinary and positive), mentoring, training, performance appraisals, and recommending awards.
Communicate effectively, orally and in writing with subordinates and superiors on a daily basis, with ability to use tact and discretion in performance of all duties.
Awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal for superior performance.

United States Navy DEC 2009 to NOV 2010
Field Training Officer (FTO)/Patrolman/Dispatcher
NAVSTA, Rota Spain Hours/week: 40
Supervisor: John Doe Starting Salary: $ X,XXX.XX / month
Supervisor may be contacted Ending Salary: $ X,XXX.XX / month
Telephone: xxx.xxx.xxxx
Successfully managed and trained 26 personnel in law enforcement, anti-terrorism and Port Security functions, reviewed all PQS/JQR’s, conducted on the job training, drills and physical training and ensured professionalism of all patrolmen was constantly maintained.
Enforced the Uniform Code of Military Justice and kept good order and discipline while patrolling 6, 000 acre base, conducted numerous building checks, traffic stops, and responded to numerous calls for service.
Provided overall safety of more than 4,000 military members, Department of Defense Dependents, contractor personnel, students, and guests.
Operated and managed a state of the art dispatch center valued in excess of $1M, and provided critical emergency dispatch patrol units and harbor security boats to more than 85 calls for service, while maintaining Security Desk Journals and Communication Logs.

United States Navy OCT 2008 to DEC 2009
Arms Ammunitions and Explosives Leading Petty Officer
NAVSTA, Rota Spain Hours/week: 40
Supervisor: John Doe Starting Salary: $ X,XXX.XX / month
Supervisor may be contacted Ending Salary: $ X,XXX.XX / month
Telephone: xxx.xxx.xxxx
Managed day-to-day operations of the AA&E division, and planned, organized, and conducted weapons training and qualifications of entire command, ensuring accountability, accurate tracking, and proper disposition of all commands AA&E.
Oversaw operational state of the art weapon training facilities and equipment worth more than $2M.
Requisitioned equipment, supplies and amenities needed for daily operations of division, and accountable for receipt and storage of all inventory, consumables, non consumables, and minor property and fixed assets.
Strategically prepared budget justifications for procurement of equipment and supplies needed for operating and maintaining base weapons firing range and facilities.
Certified Navy Small Arms Instructor who safely coordinated more than 30 live fire exercises as Range Safety Officer and Range Master at the range of more than 200 NSF/ASF personnel and 10 tenant and transient commands that ensured personnel maintained r weapons proficiency with the M-9 pistol, 12-guage shotgun, and M-16 rifle.
Expertly supervised nine Sailors though a successful Higher Headquarters assessment conducted by CNREURAFSWA resulting in ZERO AA&E discrepancies.
Security’s Alternate Accountability Officer, through meticulous attention to detail was able to maintain 100 percent accountability and or maintenance of more than $2M of ammunitions, arms, explosives and equipment.

United States Navy OCT 2007 to JUL 2008
Department Training Lead Petty Officer
CFAY, Yokosuka Japan Hours/week: 40
Supervisor: John Doe Starting Salary: $ X,XXX.XX / month
Supervisor may be contacted Ending Salary: $ X,XXX.XX / month
Telephone: xxx.xxx.xxxx
Managed 9 personnel in the Training Division that provided training to 287 Naval Security Force members, 200 Fleet Activity Civil Police members, and 200 Auxiliary Security Force members.
Verified all department members received training in various topics such as: weapons familiarization, base policy, Navy Regulations, proper policing techniques, the coordination of local crisis management, incident response protocols, and other general military required initiatives.
Created and implemented drill packages utilizing Operational Risk Management (ORM) that tested and evaluated Command’s security forces, and provided realistic training situations and scenarios that resembled possible threats of local areas utilizing information gathered from local and regional threat assessments.
Expertise in both law enforcement and force protection were instrumental in guiding the training division in achieving ZERO discrepancies during the 2008 CNFJ Assessment.
Spearheaded numerous community relation activities and fundraisers that strengthened Navy’s relationships with host nation.

United States Navy OCT 2004 to FEB 2007
Command Urinalysis Program Coordinator
CFAY, Yokosuka Japan Hours/week: 40
Supervisor: John Doe Starting Salary: $ X,XXX.XX / month
Supervisor may be contacted Ending Salary: $ X,XXX.XX / month
Telephone: xxx.xxx.xxxx
Managed Command Urinalysis Program for the Navy’s largest overseas command (COMFLEACT) and 6 tenant commands, and oversaw all planning and organization of collection and shipment of samples, ensured strictest compliance to the Navy’s Zero Tolerance to Drug use policy.
Supervised assistance with Command Vulnerability, and provided critical and physical security analysis of installation and updates of installation’s Anti-Terrorism Force Protection (AT/FP) Plan that mitigated issues found through updated regional analysis initiatives.
Drug and Alcohol Program board member who presented portions of PowerPoint presentations to Commanding Officer, keeping him informed of current drug and alcohol issues, trends, and local statistics.
Awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal for superior performance.

United States Navy AUG 2002 to SEP 2004
Brig Supervisor
PSC 474 Box 7304, FPO- AP US Hours/week: 40
Supervisor: John Doe Starting Salary: $ X,XXX.XX / month
Supervisor may be contacted Ending Salary: $ X,XXX.XX / month
Telephone: xxx.xxx.xxxx
Managed 17 Brig staff members on board ship carrying more than 4,500 personnel, and oversaw housing confinement procedures of military members after confinement was awarded.
Managed a team of security personnel and screening checkpoints that served to protect Department of Defense Personnel and property by preventing any deadly or dangerous objects from being transported onto or off of Naval vessel, and supervised ship security in port, ensuring 4500 personnel onboard entered and departed the ship without weapons, classified materials, or other contraband.
Utilized knowledge of International Customs laws, regulations, policies and procedures related to admissibility, control, entry and export of merchandise, and ensured compliance with all federal security rules and regulations pertaining to the classified document control system.
Successfully led the Brig through and in-depth Brig inspection monitored by Commander, Naval Personnel Command (PERS-84). Received high praise from inspectors.

Awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal for superior performance.

Education / Certifications

B.A., Criminal Justice Administration – Columbia Southern University, Orange Beach, AL – Complete 9/2011
A.A., Liberal Arts – Excelsior College – Albany, NY – 2008

Certifications:
Corrections Specialist (NEC 2008) – Air Education and Training Command San Antonio, TX – 2001
Small Arms Instructor (NEC 0812) – Naval Training Command San Diego, CA US – 2000
Military Police Academy (NEC 9545) – Air Education and Training Command San Antonio, TX US – 1997
Secret Clearance Completed – 2004
Non-Lethal Weapons Basic Instructor – 2005
Ammunition Inventory Management Specialist – 2009

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