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Criminal Justice Manager

Location:
Stone Mountain, Georgia, United States
Posted:
May 30, 2017

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WILLIAM L. EGGLESTON, JR.

Phone: 404-***-**** *27 Spring Creek Way,

Email: ac0jrz@r.postjobfree.com Douglasville, GA 30134.

Highly accomplished correctional facility manager and educator with over 20 years in corrections and supervisory experience.

Proven ability to lead training programs, coordinate investigations.

Developed criminal justice material to present to offenders and facilitators.

Maintained all proper State and Federal compliance certifications.

Seeking a Criminal Justice Teacher position in a correctional facility in which my skills can be enhanced to benefit the school.

To obtain a position as a criminal justice teacher in an institution which shares my ideology and values and to teach in an environment that is full of inquisitive minds, where I can also add to my knowledge and experience.

To utilize my perfect blend of more than 20 years active experience to deliver Exceptional knowledge of practices and procedures involved in corrections facility management.

U.S. Marshal's Court Service, Atlanta, GA 06/00 –Present

(AKAL SSO Lead Supervisor)

Responsibilities:

Supervise 60-80 Special Security Officers (SSOs) in charge of outside perimeter security for the Richard Russell building

Assist with managing the security operations performed by CSOs/LCSOs

Ability to make team decisions to assist with team awareness and the companies safety

Monitor and secure the Federal courtrooms both civil/criminal, in charge of protecting the jurors during a trial, checking citizens’ entrance/exit at Federal courthouse.

Responsible for the protection of the Federal Bankruptcy court employees.

Assist with employee on boarding; includes but not limited to requesting all background information.

GA Dept. Of Corrections, Atlanta, GA 11/07 - 05/12

(Metro Transitional Counselor)

Responsibilities:

Provided guidance on academic goals, occupational preferences, educational objectives for minor and adult inmates

Counseled over 54 convicted felons for work release programs

Taught MRT class for over 2 years dealing with behavior and life skills and lead basic training counseling sessions

Promoted the welfare of inmates diverse setting, including court referred for an at risk populations

Worked with offenders on life skills and their work release program finding jobs in the community and through association boards

Assisted and advise the Superintendent on current management training

Developed and implemented career centers for transitioning inmates

Lead counselor for over 32 classes; including career development, and academic

Assisted with education and employment relations to assist inmates with new career opportunities.

U.S. Senator Max Cleland, Atlanta, GA 08/99- 06/00

(District Representative)

Responsibilities:

Covered 16 counties in Western Central Georgia on behalf Senator dealing with local citizens or issues

Attended City Council meetings and social functions on behalf of the Senator

Controlled all budgetary needs for the Columbus Office and set up a grant workshops

Made logistical arrangements for events for the Senator and conducted briefings with the Washington office every day.

N.C. Department of Corrections Officer, Raleigh, NC 04/87 -12/98

(Intensive Probation/Parole Supervisor)

Responsibilities:

Supervised high risk adult offenders on probation or supervised release of offenders to ensure they meet court ordered/Department of Corrections condition of release or probation

Interviewed clients to determine and identify problems or needs for services

Counseled individual clients in group or individual settings to explore, identify, resolve, prevent or control problems

Consulted with staff regarding cases to decide appropriate referrals to community based care and then monitor those referrals

Conducted pre-sentence investigations, domestic violence and chemical dependency assessments for the Courts

Attended conferences and read latest research and articles for the purpose of evaluating cases and mythology to remain up to date on recent trends in the field

Worked closely with the Criminal Justice system to develop and implement model programming for criminal offenders

Conducted frequent curfew checks on offenders at random times

Vice President of Probation and Parole association state wide in NC

Educator for National Criminal justice conferences trends

(Intensive Case Manager)

Supervised offenders using effective communication skills, resources, strategies and follow-ups

Supervised regular parole/probation and surveillance officers

Ensured all offenders' where in compliance with the probation/parole agreement firearm certification as required

(Probation/Parole)

Provided security for institutionalized (high/medium security) inmates

Chaired interagency council consisting of 32 different agencies that provided resources to the local community.

Developed lesson plans and taught career and life development skills for inmates.

(Correctional Case Analyst Trainee)

Initiated diagnostic evaluations and support or referral for counseling for offenders throughout the State prison system.

Conducted prescreening investigations for offenders’ placement within the prison system.

Front Lash, Washington, DC 05/85 -05/87

(State Director)

Responsibilities:

Site: AFL-CIO, Raleigh, NC

Encouraged voter registration and voter education

Implemented and organized campaign information to present to potential and registered voters

Assisted with job fairs and career development functions

Provided insight with national issues concerning wages

Outstanding Probation/Parole Officer of the Year (1987-1988)

Outstanding Minority Probation/Parole Officer (1987-1988)

N.C. Probation/Parole Association Vice President Statewide (1996-1997)

Strayer University 2015

(Masters Degree in Education)

Troy State University 2002

(Masters Degree in Public and Justice Administration)

CLS -Institute for Paralegal Studies 1990

(Certified Paralegal in N.C)

Saint Augustine's College 1986

(B.S. Criminal Justice emphasis in Psychology)

Strong verbal and written communication skills.

Profound skills in the use of firearms and other law enforcement equipment.

Extensive knowledge of management of security procedures.

Remarkable ability to maintain discipline and order in the facility.

Sound tutoring and interaction skills.

Outstanding ability to instruct students and manage their behavior.

Remarkable ability to instruct and supervise student with special needs.

Profound knowledge of criminal justice.

Vast working experience as a Criminal Justice Teacher.

Successful teaching experience and expertise in handling criminal justice classes.

Profound knowledge of coaching techniques and procedure



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