Corrections Officer- 2
Lexington Fayette Urban County Government,
Jul 2008 – Aug 2008
Lexington, Kentucky United States
Supervisor: Mark Kelly - 859-425-2701; Contact:Yes
Salary: $14.39 per hour
Hours per week: 40
Duties: Maintain the highest level of security possible while ensuring safe and humane treatment of all inmates including the protection of their rights within the correctional setting. Maintain order and security through fair and impartial application of jail policies and procedures and accepted correctional security and supervision practices. Conduct safety / security checks and shakedowns as directed. Maintain duty log and records during shift as directed. Work well under pressure and remain calm in dangerous situations.Prepare inmates for transport through search and application of appropriate restraining devices, depending on security level, and ensures all related materials to be transported with inmate are ready and in order; Transport inmates outside the facility to and from court, lawyer's office, medical appointments, work sites, other facilities; Communicate with other staff and main control to inform about inmate behaviors, incidents and to request assistance; Perform head counts to visually ensure the presence of all inmates; Coordinate unit head counts to confirm total population; Build and maintain appropriate rapport with inmates; Defuse disruptive behavior by verbal interventions; Control disruptive behavior by appropriate verbal orders and appropriate use of physical force; Use verbal and listening skills to determine potential inmate problems, such as suicide risk, intoxication, drug usage, assaultive behavior;Inform and explain institutional rules to inmates;
Communicate information regarding security, safety and operations through the chain of command;
Monitor inmates, watching closely for unusual behavior, improper conduct or signs of conflict; Monitor visits between inmates and personal visitors;Supervise periods of recreational activity; Search inmates, by pat or strip method, to detect and confiscate contraband or unapproved items; Search cells or living quarters, recreational areas, visiting areas and other areas in buildings or on the grounds for contraband or unapproved items; Search the perimeter of an area by making checks on foot to ensure there are no security breaches or contraband.
Alutiiq-Wackenhut Security Services,
Aug 2005 – Oct 2007
Ft.Leonardwood, Missouri United States
Supervisor: Dale Paff - (573)596-0590; Contact:Yes
Salary:$16.25 per hour
Hours per week:40
Duties:- Serves as a armed security guard on fixed desk posts, fixed gate-posts, and on foot and vehicle patrols to provide security, prevent unlawful acts or infractions of rules and regulations. Assists with the issuing of badges, vehicle registration, visitor authorization checks on to the installation. Verifies accuracy of badges and cards and issue them to contractor employees, military personnel, and all visitors. Maintains accountability, control and destruction of all badges in computer database. Prepares reports related to badging. Register all vehicles operating on the installation after determing requirements have been met by the applicant for registration. Conducts inspection of persons and vehicles entering or leaving the installation as directed or when probable cause exists. Maintains traffic control at shift changes, enforces traffic regulations controls and reroutes traffic in emergency situations, issues warning, tickets or summons, apprehends violators, obtains facts, and prepares statements concerning accidents or violations. Provides escort for weapons and explosives Issues passes to visitors who are properly identified. Confiscates any Government or questionable items and detains individual concerned. Operates motor vehicles and required maintenance. such as trip tickets, recording fueling processes, and other related tasks. Performs various aspects of law enforcement work designed to maintain law and order and preserve the peace. Typically, prevents, responds to, and/or resists attempted violations, apprehends and detains offenders, and relinquishes control to police or other law enforcement officers assigned to the case. Detects trespassing violations. Controls personnel access to restricted and controlled areas. Patrols highly sensitive and restricted areas by foot. Responds to intrusion and duress alarms.
Jun 2001 – Mar 2005
Wiesbaden, [Not Applicable] Germany
Supervisor: Don Brown - 011491716871950; Contact:Yes
Salary: $1,575.00 per month
Hours per week: 40 Duties: Supervised the shipments of service members vehicles to and from Wiesbaden, Germany. When short staff assisted with damage assessment. Prepares assignments in support of the issue and preparation for shipment of vehicles. Work with Customs office in preparing loading of trucks in order of presendence. Plan, organize and manage the work of subordinate staff to ensure that the work is accomplished in a manner consistent with organizational requirements. Receives shipping documents for acurracy of data. Possess the knowledge of shipping and supply regulations.Direct investigations to verify and resolve customer or shipper complaints. Implement schedule and policy changes. Monitor operations to ensure that staff members comply with administrative policies and procedures, safety rules, union contracts, and government regulations. Develop criteria, application instructions, procedural manuals, and contracts for federal and state public transportation programs.
Oct 2000 – Jun 2001
Bad Kreuznach, [Not Applicable] Germany
Supervisor: Keith Richards - 011491602546632; Contact:Yes
Salary: $8.65 per hour
Hours per week: 40
Duties: Provided Security for Rose Barracks Military Installation check I.D.Cards for entry onto the Installation.Selected among the top security guards to provide security for a 2 Star General, and Command Staff at 1st Armor Division Headquarters. Assists with the issuing of badges, vehicle registration, visitor authorization checks on to the installation. Verifies accuracy of badges and cards and issue them to contractor employees, military personnel, and all visitors. Maintains accountability, control and destruction of all badges in computer database. Prepares reports related to badging. Register all vehicles operating on the installation after determing requirements have been met by the applicant for registration. Monitor and authorize entrance and departure of employees, visitors, and other persons to guard against theft and maintain security of premises. Write reports of daily activities and irregularities, such as equipment or property damage, theft, presence of unauthorized persons, or unusual occurrences.
Jan 1999 – Aug 2000
Austin, Texas United States
Supervisor: Meagan Brown - N/A; Contact:yes
Salary: $7.00 per hour
Hours per week: 40
Dec 1995 – Nov 1998
Licensed on forklift, Received and count stock items, and record data manually or using computer. Pack and unpack items to be stocked on shelves in stockrooms, warehouses, or storage yards. Verify inventory computations by comparing them to physical counts of stock. Store items in an orderly and accessible manner in warehouses, tool rooms, supply rooms Mark stock items using identification tags, or other labeling equipment.
Determine proper storage methods, identification, and stock location based on turnover, environmental factors, and physical capabilities of facilities. Keep records on the use and/or damage of stock or stock handling equipment.
U.S. Army (12/1995 - 11/1998) - Inprocessing Non-Commissioned officer
Ft Drum, NY United States
Supervisor: SSG Denise Wilds - 315 772-5929; Contact:Yes
Salary: $1,430.00 per month
U.S.Army, Fort Drum, NY
Sep 1989 – Nov 1998
NY. Prepared, Fort Drum, NY
Dec 1992 – Dec 1995
their medical, dental and central issue facility packets to ensure that their are deployable. Resonsible for all personnel accountablity during the inprocessing phase and the transortation to their assigned units. Responsible for training and security for all personnel and equipment assigned.
U.S Army (12/1992- 12/1995) Team Leader
Duties: Supervised 7 personnel and responsible for training, supply management, equipment management, accountability and security. Provided support for various infantry divisions by managing the transport of their personnel and equipment in a safe and timely matter. Performed preventive maintenance checks and services (PMCS) on vehicles daily to ensure top maintenance in order to performed assigned tasks. instructed and certified 300 personnel on various military vehicles to drive on European roadways in order to perform all tasks assigned. Transported various equipment and personnel to different locations while deployed to Bosnia and Kosovo timely and safely.
Blue Grass Army Depot,
– Aug 2008
Richmond, Kentucky United States
Supervisor: Randall Brown - 859-779-7813; Contact:Yes