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Police Officer

Police Officer

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Police Officer with 20 years experience looking for a Entry-level position.
Police Officer with 20 years experience looking for a Entry-level position.

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Charles Lee Rivera8023 Sheppard KnollSan Antonio, TX. 78227Telephone: (210) 367-6732(c)Email: cr67fa40@westpost.netPROFESSIONAL SUMMARY- Over 20 years of law enforcement, security, social service, international relations, and supervisory experience- Knowledgeable of civil/military laws, report writing, rules of evidence, apprehension, and court procedures- Expert at applying investigative techniques to determine character, circumstances, and credentials- Skilled in solving community concerns, interpreting laws, and regulations relating to public order- Able to adapt well to challenging situations and communicate effectively in ateam or diverse environment- Experienced in investigating crimes/classified security violations, conductinginterviews, and securing statements- Organized to meet deadlines, confident in making decisions, and committed to self improvementPERSONAL INFORMATION- Country of Citizenship: United States of America- Veterans Status: 5 point veteran- 10 point veteran preference- Security Clearance: SecretEDUCATION/CERTIFICATIONS/TRAININGTexas Commission on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education (TCLEOSE) #0000112583-Basic Peace Officer License. 2010San Antonio Police Department Training Academy, San Antonio, TX. 2009Bachelor of Science Degree from Park University-Criminal Justice with emphasis on Law Enforcement, Parkville, MO. 2006Associates in Instructor in Technical Military Science-Community College of theAir Force, Maxwell-Gunter, AL. 2004Associates in Criminal Justice-Community College of the Air Force, Maxwell-Gunter, AL. 2000Military Basic Training, Security Police Academy, Law Enforcement Craftsman course, USAF Basic Instructor course, Security Police Advance Officer course, USAF Noncommissioned Officer Academy, USAF Senior Noncommissioned Officer Academy (correspondence), Airman Leadership School, Crime Prevention Course, Arming and Useof Force, Combat Life Saver, Self Aid/Buddy Care , CPR (current), Ethics Training, Technical Writer Principles course, Principles of Instructional Systems Development, USAF Military Training Objectives and Tests course, Teaching Practicum,Training Development course, Ground Combat Skills course, Student Centered Instruction course, M-60 Machine Gunner course, Electronic Security Systems Operatorcourse, Combating Trafficking Persons. ASP, O.C. Pepper Spray, SFST certified.DD Form 2256 (Certificate/Summary of Training) available upon requestPROFESSIONAL WORK EXPERIENCECadet/Patrolman, July 2009- May 2010; San Antonio Police Department.- Conducted preliminary and final short term investigations of a broad range ofalleged and actual crimes within large districts- Primary duties related to keeping the peace, protection of persons and property, and investigation of crimes- Arrested/cited and processed over 50 offenders for penal code, traffic, and city ordinance violations- Prepared over 100 detailed incident/offense, and traffic accident reports forcivil/criminal procedures
 
- Responded to high risk situations involving UOF/critical split second decisions under stressful conditions (shootings, assaults, robberies, etc)Combat Air Advisor, Force Protection, August 2007 - August 2008; United States Air Force.Al Muthana Air Base, Baghdad, Iraq.- Advisor/Trainer to 98 enlisted/6 officers; directed force protection/law enforcement operations for 402 Iraqi and U.S. Airmen- Singlehandedly conducted operational and military/security training requirements for 130 Iraqi soldiers- Section Chief for base support unit--supervised civil engineer, supply, medical, and communications personnel- Conducted interviews of 228 Iraqi soldiers for biometric data, insurgent intelligence, and installation access- Organized security transport of 68 insurgents--recognized by Army commander for mediation skills with Iraq officials- Investigated theft of 17 computer hard drives/Iraqi private's pay; cases solved, recovered money and items valued at $5K- Supervised five interpreters, facilitated linguist schedule/support for 402 Iraqi and U.S. Airmen- Orchestrated protective security for 18 DV missions for foreign dignitaries, Iraqi PM, and 3K Iraqi soldiersCourse Manager, Security Police Training, December 2005 - August 2007; United States Air Force.Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas.- Designed and developed advanced Security Police technical training courses impacting career field of 22K- Planned and designed instructional systems for four Security Police courses including task identification and training objectives- Evaluated and reviewed 187 career field line items into the Security Police Combat Arms Supervisor course- Performed First Sergeant duties; exercised general supervision of 212 enlistedpersonnelCourse Chief, Electronic Security Systems Course, December 2004 - December 2005;United States Air Force.Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas.- Led five Non Commissioned Officers in administering training for 312 securitysensor operators- Managed 40 acres, six facilities and $3.1M in Electronic Security Systems- Identified, forecasted, and procured $150K in additional equipment; enhanced skill set for soldiers deploying in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.- Orchestrated new state of the art radar training with headquarters Security Police Center; involved 22 "train the trainer" reps from three major Air Force commandsCourse Chief, Combat Leaders Course, January 2004 - December 2004; United StatesAir Force.Camp Bullis, San Antonio, Texas.- Responsible for operations of the USAF ground combat skills course, supporting400 active, guard, and reserve students- Supervised, evaluated, and mentored 10 instructors providing 1,600 hours of combat training and liaised with Army/Marines counterpartsInstructor, Security Police Advance Officer/Ground Defense Command Courses, August 2003 - January 2004; United States Air Force.Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas.- Injected law enforcement expertise into the re-write of the Security Police Advance Officer course

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