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••••• Greenbriar Circle
Cross Junction, Vrginia •••••
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OJBECTIVE: Highly-motivated, driven, dedicated and results focused retiring federal agent seeks investigator or executive protection specialist position in the private sector security industry. During my •••••year career, I conducted a vast amount of widely-diverse criminal, administrative, and internal affairs investigations resulting in numerous grand jury indictments, convictions, fines, recoveries, restitution to the government and business community and terms of incarceration of various lengths of time. Furthermore, conducted and supervised dignitary protection operations and protective details; advanced and organized major event security operations and activities. While serving in several supervisory positions, including regional level Special Agent in Charge assignments, I provide comprehensive and skillful management of field offices composed of •••••plus personnel performing the aforementioned investigative and protective duties. I possess a Top Secret-SCI Security Clearance, valid official and tourist US Passports, Virginia Drivers License, Virginia Private Investigator Registration and Virginia Concealed Weapons Permit (anticipated: March •••••). CCW permission also granted under H.R. •••••, the Law Enforcement Protection Act of ••••• (covers retired law enforcement officers). I am a graduate of California State University with a Masters Degree in National Security Studies (GPA •••••); the State Departments Diplomatic Security Service Basic Special Agent Course (five month program emphasizing dignitary and executive protection techniques) and the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) Criminal Investigator Training Program.
U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command - CITF (•••••/•••••/••••• - Present) Senior Special Agent; Deputy Unit Chief, Counter Terrorist Team Two (CTU 2)
Fort Belvoir, Virginia United States
Supervisor: CW••••• Randy Lighty - •••••; Contact: Yes Pay Grade: YK - ••••• - 2
Duties: I serve as the Deputy Unit Chief, Counter Terrorist Unit Two (CTU 2), Department of Defense Criminal Investigation Task Force (CITF). In this regard, I provide daily operational supervision to ten special agents and five analysts as they conduct criminal investigations into acts of terrorism committed against US military personnel abroad. I author and review reports of investigation and other investigative documents, assist subordinates during interviews of suspects and witnesses, and oversee multi-faceted criminal investigations.
U.S. Department of State, Diplomatic Security Svc. (•••••/•••••/••••• - •••••/•••••/•••••) - Special Agent
San Francisco, California United States
Supervisor: Frank Juni - •••••; Contact: Yes Pay Grade: FS - ••••• - 7
Duties: Primarily responsible for providing protective service and executive protection to visiting foreign dignitaries, the U.S. Secretary of State, Under Secretaries of State, and other VIPs as directed. In September •••••, I served as the details advance agent regarding the Turkish Foreign Ministers visit to the United Nations (UNGA). In October •••••, I participated in the detail protecting NATO Chief, Lord Carrington at that organizations conference in Monterey, California. I protected the Japanese Foreign Minister during his visit to Hawaii, and later served on the Prince and Princess of Japans protective detail in Washington D.C. During my tenure with Diplomatic Security, I conducted protective intelligence investigations. In this regard, I assisted in thwarting the efforts of a mentally disturbed letter writer threatening the life of the Philippine foreign minister during his visit to San Francisco.
U.S. Navy Shipyard Criminal Investigation Division (•••••/•••••/••••• - •••••/•••••/•••••) - Criminal Investigator;
Long Beach, California United States
Supervisor: Joseph King: •••••; Contact: Yes Pay Grade: GS - ••••• - •••••
Duties: Responsible for conducting criminal investigations focusing on violations of the U.S. Code and the Uniform Code of Military Justice perpetrated by employees and military personnel assigned to the U.S. Naval Shipyard, Long Beach, California.
Investigations conducted included: thefts and misappropriation of Government property and funds; rapes and other sex crimes; assaults and batteries; manslaughter; frauds against the Government; false statements, forgery, and perjury; embezzlement from Base Exchanges, Commissary, and Credit Union; and security related criminal activity. From an executive protection standpoint, I served as the units Protective Service Coordinator, as well as Threat Management POC. In this capacity, I supervised numerous protective service operations for VIPs and dignitaries visiting the shipyard. I utilized proven investigative techniques, including: surveillance; undercover operations; cultivation and use of confidential informants and other sources of information; and prepared numerous reports of investigations used as the basis for criminal prosecution and administrative action. During my tenure, I investigated a GS••••• contracting officer for providing confidential bid data to an air conditioning contractor in return for the company installing a new air conditioning system in his home. During his interview, I successfully obtained a confession from the contracting officer and he was subsequently fired. In May •••••, I was awarded a Special Act Award and promoted to GS•••••, four months ahead of schedule for my outstanding investigative activities, including: exceptional confession rate; excellent report writing ability, and an above average case closure rate.
Coast Guard Investigative Service (•••••/•••••/••••• - •••••/•••••/•••••) - Special Agent in Charge and Special Agent, Gulf Region
New Orleans, Louisiana United States
Supervisor: Joseph Herron (Currently CID CWO5) - •••••; Contact: Yes Pay Grade: GS - ••••• - •••••
Duties: Responsible for conducting UCMJ and U.S. Code violations, supervising a wide-breadth of investigations focusing on criminal violations and integrity related misconduct committed by military and civilian Coast Guard personnel of various ranks and pay grades. I served as the office point of contact for Port Security matters and Protective Services. In November •••••, I joined CGIS as a journeyman special agent and in ••••• was appointed ASAC. In July •••••, I was appointed the SAC, and remained in that position until transferring to the SAC position in Miami, Florida.
Coast Guard Investigative Service (•••••/•••••/••••• - •••••/•••••/•••••) - Special Agent in Charge, Southeast Region
Miami, Florida United States
Supervisor: Frank Bell: •••••; Contact: Yes Pay Grade: GS - ••••• - •••••
Duties: Responsible for the overall management of a highly diverse, comprehensive, Federal criminal investigative and protective service unit. The Director, CGIS, personally selected me for this position due to my criminal investigative success in New Orleans. The Southeast Region was suffering from poor morale and low productivity despite its being located in an especially critical target rich environment in terms of narcotics and migrant smuggling. Within my first three months of managing the region, I instituted personnel and operational changes that positively impacted agent morale and increased the regions case statistics. I expanded our Caribbean intelligence collection mission by implementing a source development plan, agent involvement in task forces, and opening new offices in Key West and St. Thomas. During my tenure as SAC, I increased the amount of internally-related sources, was responsible for more court martial convictions than at any other time in that regions history and based upon an enhanced program of monitoring the activities of the exchange system within the regions, and witnessed the termination of several civilian store managers. When I departed in August •••••, agent morale was at its highest point.
Coast Guard Investigative Service (•••••/•••••/••••• - •••••/•••••/•••••) - Special Agent in Charge
(SAC) Headquarters Unit and Representative Special Agent to the N-JTTF
District of Columbia, District of Columbia United States
Supervisor: Roland Heining: •••••; Contact: Yes Pay Grade: GS - ••••• - •••••
Duties: As the Coast Guard Investigative Services representative to the National Joint Terrorist Task Force (N-JTTF), I coordinated my efforts with Coast Guard Intelligence Officers also assigned to the unit. During my tenure at the N-JTTF, I held a TS-SCI security clearance. I supervised the day-to-day operation of the administrative staff and from an operational perspective, coordinated and supervised all criminal investigations, protective services, and counter-intelligence activities conducted by the Washington Field Office. In December •••••, I advanced the Commandant of the Coast Guards visit to Moscow, Russia, and participated in his protective service detail.
U.S. Transportation Security Administration/Internal Affairs Division (•••••/•••••/••••• - •••••/•••••/•••••) - Special Agent
- Office of Internal Affairs
Arlington, Virginia United States
Supervisor: Lon Warfield: •••••; Contact: Yes Pay Grade: SV - ••••• - •••••
Duties: As a Special Agent assigned to TSAs Office of Internal Affairs and Program Review, I was responsible for conducting internal affairs investigations relating to all employees of the newly formed agency; however, the vast majority of my cases were of aviation security screeners and Federal Air Marshals. I investigated a screener for Workers Compensation fraud when his roommate contacted TSA and turned the screener in for collecting Department of Labor funds for allegedly injuring his back when he lifted a heavy bag for inspection. When interviewed the subject provided numerous false statements, but when he learned that one of the employers had admitted to employing him, provided me with a complete confession. By using a button hole sized video cam lens, I captured the "injured" screener lifting heavy speakers over his head, never showing on his face the anguish of pain. I video taped the subject actively working at his illegal employments. With this degree of evidence, including his confession, he received six years probation, removed from OWCP, and was terminated from his TSA position. During my tenure, I was the subject matter expert on OWCP fraud, and when requested by the Director, Internal Affairs, authored the first Standard Operating Procedure relating to this phenomenon.
U.S. Postal Service Office of Inspector General (•••••/•••••/••••• - Present) - Special Agent - Internal Affairs Division/Operations Division
Arlington, Virginia United States
Supervisor: Wayne McElrath: •••••; or cell: •••••; Contact: Yes; Pay Grade: GG - ••••• - •••••
Duties: As a Special Agent (Specialist Band GS•••••) for the U.S. Postal Service Office of the Inspector General (OIG), Internal Affairs Division (IAD), I conducted high profile, politically sensitive, as well as confidential cases of special interest to the Inspector General. I utilized the full spectrum of methodologies and tools available such as interviewing techniques; surveillance, undercover, and sting operations; use of forensic examination techniques, especially as they related to an employees computer hard drive; use of video and audio electronic surveillance equipment; execution of search and arrest warrants, as well as subpoenas and other legally issued documents. I was required to maintain a TS Clearance, pass yearly physicals, and remain proficient in the use of firearms. While assigned to Operations, participated in the inspection of agency field offices, interviewed employees and prepared inspection reports
Allan Hancock College (•••••/•••••/••••• - •••••/•••••/•••••) Santa Maria, California United States
Degree: Associate of Arts Major: Social Science; Minor: History;
GPA: ••••• out of ••••• Semester Hours: •••••
Chapman University (•••••/•••••/••••• - •••••/•••••/•••••) Orange, California United States
Degree: Bachelor of Arts - Major: Social Science; Minor: History;
GPA: ••••• out of ••••• Semester Hours: •••••
California State University (•••••/•••••/••••• - •••••/•••••/•••••) San Bernardino, California United States
Degree: Master of Arts - Major: National Security Studies; Minor: International Terrorism; GPA: ••••• out of ••••• Quarter Hours: •••••
Early Promotion to GS 9, Long Beach Naval Shipyard CID, August •••••
Quality Step Increase; (•••••/•••••/•••••)
QSI as a GS••••• USCG
Special Act Award - U.S. Navy May •••••
U.S. Attorney General Award (Presented by then AG Janet Reno) for Investigative Excellence - April •••••
Coast Guard Investigative Service Leadership Award; January ••••• while SAC New Orleans.
Certification - Top Secret SCI Security Clearance; (•••••/•••••/••••• to present). In July •••••, an SSBI-PR (five year update) was conducted and on September •••••, •••••, that investigation was favorably adjudicated once again granting me Top Secret Security Clearance with SCI access. Additionally, I am cleared for armed entry to the Pentagon. Subsequent, clearances have been awarded every five years since ••••• I was SCI cleared in December •••••, first because I conducted an advance for the Coast Guard Commandants visit with the Russian Border Guard at Moscow, Russian Federation. I was SCI cleared by the FBI in December •••••, so I could initiate my assignment as the Coast Guard Investigative Services fulltime representative to the National Joint Terrorist Task Force (N-JTTF), a position I would hold for eight months.
Virginia Private Investigator Registration (anticipated March •••••). Attending Virginia CJS mandatory training, ••••• February to
Criminal Investigator Training Program, Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, Brunswick, GA (FLETC) (•••••/•••••/•••••) ••••• Hours.
U.S. Department of State Basic Special Agent Course (Program emphasized protective service/executive protection) (•••••/•••••/•••••)••••• Hours.
Bill Scott Raceway: Evasive and Counter-Terrorist Driving Tactics (this course was a part of the aforementioned State Department Basic Agent program August •••••).
Fundamentals of Emergency Medicine: Emphasis on violent wounds; however, covered CPR, heart attacks, bone breaks, and other types of injuries. Course covered how to triage medical conditions that could affect a principal and prevention techniques via obtaining a medical history of your principal and other relevant topics (part of the State Department Special Agent course July •••••).
Reid Technique for Interviewing and Interrogation: Long Beach Naval Shipyard, Criminal Investigation Division (December •••••).
Public Corruption investigation: Federal Law Enforcement Training Program; March •••••
MILITARY SERVICE: Honorable Discharge; U.S. Air Force, •••••; served as USAF Law Enforcement and Airbase Ground Defenseman.
REFERENCES: Contact information and letters of reference provided upon request, or at time of formal interview;
Investigator; security director; chief of security