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Security/Law Enforcement/Investigator Professional

Belleville, Illinois, 62269, United States
October 08, 2009
Contact Info:

Dayton A. Moses

*** *. ******, ******** ** *****

(763) ***-****

Objective: To obtain a challenging and rewarding position in law enforcement/security in a reputable agency, that will utilize my extensive background.

Law Enforcement Skills:

-Crime and Investigation -Scheduling and Adminstration

-Resource Management -Personnel Management

-Crisis Management -Traffic Control Operations

-Evidence Collection and Protection -Crowd and Riot Control Operations

-Security and Emergency Response -Hazmat Response

Professional History:

Security Forces Controller January 2007-July 2009

375th Security Forces Squadron, Scott AFB, IL

Command and Control for incidents affecting Scott AFB, United States Transportation Command, Air Mobility Command, along with 3.2 billion dollars worth of Air force assets. Dispatched a staff of 22 patrolman, security officials, and disaster management personnel. Prepared and completed daily police blotters, incident reports and all related paperwork. Monitored, and controlled all training programs, retention of personnel, investigative reports and policy/procedure manuals.

Key Accomplishments:

-Responded to six shoplifting incidents at Base Exchange, apprehended and processed perpetrators, preventing theft of government property.

-Dispatched patrolman to four domestic disturbance incidents, expedited information, monitored patrols, assisted in restoring order, and preventing escalation of incident.

-Initiated Crisis management on seven in-flight and ground emergencies, directing patrols to establish traffic control points, minimizing injury and hazardous material exposure.

-While deployed to Ali Al Salem AB, Kuwait, conducted ten off base patrols, ensuring the safety of 500+ incoming and outgoing personnel from terrorist actions.

Security Forces Controller December 2004-December 2006

36th Security Forces Squadron, Andersen AFB, Guam

Controlled and directed more than 22 active duty, air national guard, and air force reserve personnel, responsible for securing seven Integrated Base Defense Sectors. Monitored installation post and patrols to deliver comprehensive base wide protection for transient aircraft and personnel. Coordinated resource protection and installation security operations within the Security Forces Control Center, including alarm systems and closed circuit television systems protecting 47 facilities. Published a daily police blotter, supported installation security agencies and ensured completion of all associated documentation.

Key Accomplishments:

-Quickly responded to accidental firearms discharge involving a wounded 3 year old female; secured the scene, and prevented further injury.

-Dispatched patrolmen to 15 in-flight and ground emergencies, ensuring entry control points and cordons were established, facilitating emergency response.

-Assisted in joint search and rescue with Naval Helicopter rescue squadron, of two lost hikers, both were located and treated for injuries.

-First on scene to a major aircraft incident, strictly enforced all security requirements, provided crisis management and hazardous material response.

-Initiated and implemented flight training program for all incoming security forces controllers, personally trained four new controllers, ensuring a 100% pass rate.

Security Forces Entry Controller November 2003-December 2004

85th Security Forces Squadron, Keflavik NAS, Iceland

Charged with responding and securing all incidents involving coalition assets to include fixed wing and rotary wing aircraft. Secured over 300 million dollars worth of military munitions with zero incidents.

Key Accomplishments:

-Successfully completed all training requirements for the position of Entry controller, placing myself in top 5 percent of all new members of squadron.

-Hand selected for training mission to Ramstein AB, Germany with coalition forces, enhancing continuity between ally nations.

Education and Training Accomplishments:

February 2009-Army Combat Lifesaver Course, Balad AB, Iraq

June 2003-August 2003-United States Air Force Security Forces Academy, Lackland AFB, TX

1000+ Hours of Advanced Training including: Crisis Management, Hazmat response, Combative Techniques, Law Enforcement Specialized training, Detention Confinement training, Community Policing, Public Relations. Anti-terrorism training.

Received the Defender Award for excellent performance at pre-deployment training school.

Secret Security Clearance.