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Content Writer Security Officer

Skiatook, OK, 74070
July 31, 2021

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Kiaus Bigheart

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Skiatook, OK 74070



For the last four years of my life, I've spent my time as a Security Guard at Osage Casinos. I've encountered drug addicts, violent offenders, and public defecators in these short years, and I am now ready to move forward with my life and pursue a career in writing and copywriting.

How does my security experience translate to professional writing?

In the last four years, I have written 363 Incident Reports, 1452 Dispatch Logs, and 123 Shift Reports. I've learned when and how to be concise and straight-to-the-point when a document needs such, and I've learned when and how to be descriptive and lengthy when required.

What do I have to offer?

In my professional life, a bulk of my work has been written. However, in my free-time, I also have experience writing with a volunteer team in order to develop lore, quests, and features within the realm of video game design. I have multiple documents to provide in relation to this experience.

I also have experience writing short stories ranging in genre from horror, fantasy, and romance. These stories have been self-published on a few online forums, with one such story winning a creative writing award on a small website during a 2020 winter writing contest.

I have an excellent command over the English language and its grammatical nuances. While I have no direct, professional experience in the realm of professional writing and copywriting, I hope this summary sparks an interest for you, and I look forward to hearing from you, my future employer.


Osage Casinos — Security Lead

October 2020 - Present

As a Security Lead at Osage Casinos, I have the same responsibilities and expectations as a Security Officer, listed below. However, I am also responsible for completing reasonable administrative duties which include, but are not limited to: training new security officers, covering supervisor positions and performing basic supervisor duties when a supervisor is absent, enlisting new employees in TRAKA’s biometrics system, performing key removals, additions, and other modifications in the TRAKA key boxes, escorting employees as they payout Tier C Jackpots, and keeping a vigilant eye on all policy changes.

During my time as a Security Lead, I led many shift meetings, and I have also acted as a mentor to my fellow officers who have needed help with work-related issues. Frequently, I have taken officer complaints and issues to management in order to ensure they are heard. I have also completed many lost and found audits, and I have worked with surveillance via surveillance review forms in order to complete reports accurately and to the best of my ability.

At all times, I am expected to deliver the highest of service to our guests.

Osage Casinos — Security Officer

August 2017 - October 2020

As a Security Officer at Osage Casinos, I protect Osage Casino company assets, its employees, and its guests. My daily responsibilities include running security dispatch to assist other departments with communicating their needs to one another, dispatching security guards wherever needed, and logging all security related calls on the dispatch computer, as well as writing up reports for various situations. These situations range from finding lost and found property to medical emergencies.

I am also responsible for escorting employees from their posts to other destinations when needed, such as during money escorts and nightly audit walks. I also patrol the property via on foot or in the security mobile in order to ensure the security of the property's various locations, such as the perimeter of the building, the hotel, pool area, and various other secured and unsecured areas. In the event of a physical or verbal disturbance and altercation, it is my duty to help resolve the situation or contact a supervisor and allow them to take control of the situation themselves.

At all times, I am expected to deliver the highest of service to our guests.

Power Design — Electrical Apprentice

2016 - 2017

As an Electrical Apprentice working for Power Design, I was responsible for laying electrical pipe and wire, digging the holes required to lay wire and pipe, and setting up Ethernet cables in an office setting. I was also required to, on many occasions, crawl under various buildings at the Stillwater job site in order to set up or fix electrical wiring. On some occasions, I operated heavy machinery in order to make a few tasks easier, such as digging holes and leveling ground.



As a cook at McDonald's, I was responsible for cooking various items on the menu, usually using a deep fryer or grill, as well as taking orders from customers in the drive through and washing the dishes and cleaning the floor. On occasion, I would also be responsible with bagging food and delivering them to customers who were waiting for their meal outside in their vehicle.


Skiatook High School, Skiatook — Diploma

May 2017

General education studies

Tulsa Technology Center, Tulsa— Certificate of Practical Law Enforcement

May 2017

Numerous Law Enforcement certifications earned from Police One Academy, including, but not limited to:


Conflict Resolution

Working in High Stress Situations


Guest Service

Microsoft Excel

Microsoft Word

Report Writing

Security Communications

Security Operations and Procedures

TRAKA Biometrics

TRAKA Modifications

Basic and Advanced Knowledge on CIP

Advanced knowledge of data entry and basic computer programs


Tulsa Technology - Honor Society Certificate



American Heart Association - Heartsaver First Aid CPR AED

International Academies of Emergency Dispatch - Emergency Telecommunications

COPS - Baton and Handcuff

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