Dewey P. Fowler
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Professional Summary FMS requirements NIPSOM
Results oriented Leader and Military Veteran with over 15 years of Leadership Experience, focusing on and applying a unique mix of Security Management, Physical Security, Operations Security, Asset Protection, Law Enforcement, Operations, Contract Management, budget analysis, periodic financial projections, and Human Resources. A proven oral and written communicator who makes the organization stronger through implementing principles of project management and a structured decision-making process. Successful Leader who has excelled in challenging positions in complex and diverse environments. Is proficient wworking knowledge of DoD 5220.22-M (NISPOM) and experience managing industrial security programs. Attended various specialized leadership and technical training events to support career development and holds a Bachler’s degree in Criminal Justice from Columbia College.
Current Secret clearance with an investigation completed: 20120629. JPASS NIPSOM NISS JPASS
Areas of Expertise
Security Management Physical Security
Operations Security Anti-Terrorism and Force Protection
Counter Terrorism and Threat Reduction Budget & Resource Planning
Human Resource Management Emergency and Crisis Management
Organizational Leadership Organization Accreditation
Contract Management and Development Handling of Classified Documents
You Are Loved Ministries- December 2019 – January 2021
Director of Outreach Supervisor: Pastor Cory Howard Hours per week: 30
-Design and develop the processes and systems to reach first time visitors, new members and others that are not currently engaged and involved in the life of the church.
-Shape a culture of mission driven living to inspire people to reach beyond the church and make Disciples of Christ. Train staff and congregation in the practice of evangelism within the Wesleyan tradition by creating unorthodox new ways to reach the un-churched population in the community and beyond.
-Serve as a subject-matter-expert on matters related to evangelism and outreach. Collaborate and integrate a process of assimilating new members in a timely manner. Commit to and support the church vision and mission.
-Managed and Maintained the ministries budget.
-Conducted Financial and budget analysis, to project the needs of the ministry.
Dunes Bistro September 2019 to January 2021
Supervisor: Owner/Operator Rodger Davison
-Responsible for menu development and creation using a farm to table model. Created and implemented a P&L controlling system within the set budget.
-Directed a staff of 9 associates in company policies and procedures.
-Responsible for hiring, training, budget projections, financial projections, and oversight of profits, evaluating, and terminating employee according to company polices. Helped with the planning and build out of a brand-new kitchen.
The Wicked Tuna February 2017 - September 2019
Supervisor: Stephanie Parsons
- Maintained the highest standards and produced great results during an average of 8 million dollars revenue during the 5-month peak season.
-Directed a staff of 30-40 associates including line cooks, prep cooks, dishwashers, sushi chefs, and food runners. Responsible for budget development and assumed accountability for restaurants P & L budget.
-Managed ordering, scheduling, bi-monthly inventories, and all R&M issues on site. Responsible for all financial responsibilities within the restaurant.
-Responsible for hiring, training, evaluating, and terminating employee according to company policies. Contributed daily to directional meetings regarding staff and management. Tested and certified all trainees.
-Customer satisfaction table checks were done. Budgeting and inventory spreadsheets completed weekly. Ran 1% under budget for cost of food.
United States Army 2000-2015
United States Army Recruiter
-Developed creative recruiting/sales strategies that met anticipated staffing needs.
-Conducted reference and background checks on all job applicants.
-Managed all phases of recruitment including defining management needs and positions and available positions.
-Communicated the duties, compensation, benefits and working conditions to all potential candidates.
-Maintained an accurate candidate tracking system.
-Conducted more than 100 interviews each year.
-Thoroughly explained the Army process and Army lifestyle.
-Built social networks to find qualified candidates.
Intelligence Analyst Fort Polk, LA: 519th Military Police Battalion
-Information Systems Security Officer
-Provided intelligence reports and managed the personal security clearance in (JPAS) for a FORSCOM Military Police Battalion consisting of 630 personnel, subject to worldwide deployment.
-Coordinated and maintains a battalion security clearance access roster.
-Performed administrative duties as required, including personnel training reports and periodic statistical reports when due.
-Provided training and assistance to five subordinate companies and detachments in the areas of Personal Security, Physical Security, Crime Prevention, Information Security, Operations Security (OPSEC), and Subversion and Espionage Directed Against the U.S. Army (SAEDA).
-Managed a Battalion database tracking the Provost Marshal Office (PMO) and Criminal Investigation Division (CID) reports.
-Managed all Communication security (COMSEC) equipment and accounts.
-Handled and marked all classified materials and accounted for all Top Secret/Secret Material
Military Police Squad Leader Fort Drum, NY: Military Police Platoon
-Responsible for the training, health, and welfare of a 15 Soldier squad in a highly deployed Combat Support Military Police Company.
-Trains and supervises the squad in law enforcement duties, tactical operations, and basic Military Police operations.
-Responsible for the maintenance and combat readiness of 24 weapons, 4 Humvees, 1 ASV, and a total of 1.5 million dollars of US Army equipment.
Military Police Platoon Sergeant Fort Leavenworth KS: United States Disciplinary Barracks
-Managed the full range of Security Programs for the organization to include: Personnel Security (PS), Physical Security (DA Pam 190-11, AR 190-11, AR 190-13 and CIDC Regulation 195-5), Information Security (INFOSEC), Operations Security (OPSEC), Communications Security (COMSEC), Anti-Terrorism (AT) and Force Protection (FP) (AR 525-2/AR 525-13).
-Subject matter expert on the Physical Security, Information Security, Anti-Terrorism and Force Protection and Security Programs for the organization.
-Responsible for assisting in reviewing, implementing, updating, and documenting organization-wide policies and procedures, managing security audits, participating in vulnerability and threat assessments, directing responses to network or system intrusions, and ensuring fulfillment of legal and contractual information security and privacy mandates.
-Subject Matter Expert in the standard operating procedures (security SOPs) in a Maximum-security prison. Assigned as an Assistant Watch Commander at the United States Disciplinary Barracks (USDB) Fort Leavenworth, KS, the only maximum-security correctional institution in the Department of Defense.
-Produced excellent results in physical security management. Directly supervised a 41-member correctional force that was responsible for the custody and control of over 450 inmates, 12 inmates convicted and sentenced to death, and 31 held in maximum security status.
-Managed the training, professional development, health, welfare, morale, and discipline of 42 Soldier platoon.
Assistant Operations Noncommissioned Officer Fort Leavenworth KS: United States Disciplinary Barracks
-Provided management oversight and executed the AT/ Protection Program, Army Protection Program, Anti-Terrorism; Served as the primary staff member for formulating policy and planned to implement the Protection Program and supporting programs to include Anti-Terrorism (AT), Physical Security (PS), Operations Security (OPSEC), Emergency Management, and Continuity of Operations Planning (COOP).
-Performed duties as Assistant Operations Sergeant. Responsible for the training program for a Military Police (Internment/Resettlement) Company with consists of more than 154 Soldiers.
-Balanced and procured budget requirements to uphold standards within the USDB.
-Working knowledge of DoD 5220.22-M (NISPOM)
-Experience managing industrial security programs.
-Resourced, planned, and evaluated unit and collective training to include all Small Arms Ranges, Physical fitness, Military Police training tasks, American Corrections Associations testing and scheduled, quarterly training briefs and maintained numerous data basis for career development.
-Performed extra duties as an Equal Opportunity NCO for at the Battalion. Conducted annual and semiannual training. Preformed investigations into Equal Opportunity infractions.
Operations Sergeant Fort Leonard Wood, MO: HHC 14th Military Police Brigade
-Served as the Company Operations Sergeant of a Military Police Brigade Headquarters Company consisting of 271 personnel in 8 sections, Directorates and Divisions.
-Responsible for all aspects of training to include Soldiers and records management.
-Ensured all facets of taskings, supplies, and personnel actions are completed to standard.
-Managed all Communication security (COMSEC) equipment and accounts.
-Familiar with ACAS/Nessus, App Detective, AWS Inspector, GuardDuty, Azure Security Center
-Maintained and balanced a budget of over 1.5 million dollars.
Instructor/ Writer at the United States Military Police School Fort Leonard Wood, Mo
-Instructed and evaluated over 6,400 Initial Entry level Military Police Soldiers annually in all aspects of Military Police tactics and techniques.
-Proficient in Mounted Land Navigation, Security, Personal Security, Physical Security, small arms, and Police operations.
-Showed excellent knowledge with various small arms. Instructed 250 Soldiers on pistol and rifle safety, qualification, and procedures.
-Primary lead in development of new training strategies, lesson plans, practical exercises, and examinations.
-Responsible for the maintenance and accountability of government equipment and property valued more than $1,000,000.
-Performed additional duties as an Equal Opportunity program manager for at the Battalion. Conducted annual and semiannual training. Preformed investigations into Equal Opportunity infractions.
-Physical Security Noncommissioned Officer
-Range Safety Officer
-Development and Review of New Lesson Plans
-Student Training custodian
-Equal Opportunity Manager
Additional Work Experience
-G4S Security Officer 2015
-Wicked Tuna Sous Chef 2016
-River Town Bistro Line Cook 2016
-OMD area sales representative 2017
Horry-Georgetown Technical College, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Associate of Science: Culinary Arts
Graduation Date: May 2016
Columbia College, Columbia Missouri
Bachelor of Arts: Criminal Justice
Graduation Date: May 2014 and Management Financial Management
Certificates and Awards
-Physical Security - Military Police Advanced Training
-Cyber Security Trainer - Advanced Leadership course
-Signal Intelligence Analyst course - Supervisor Development
-Interment and Resettlement Course - Military Police Detention Course
-Non-Lethal Weapons Instructor - Master Resilience Trainer
-Army Instructor Course - TGPS Demographics Course
-Reed’s Interview Course - Reed’s Interrogation Course
-TGPS Personal Financial planning course - Special Reaction Team
-Army Basic Instructor Course - Manager Development Course
Additional Knowledge and Skills:
-MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint
-Windows 7, Windows 10
-Standard Procurement System (SPS/PD2)
-Electronic Document Access (EDA)
-Proficient with Physical Security Regulations
-Extensive knowledge Personal Security
-Proficient with Entry access point security standard operating procedures
-Proficient with Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS)
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