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Gerald E. Coleman P.O Box 6468 Chula Vista, CA 91911 (619) 920-6717 Gec53@sbcglobal.net CAREER DIRECTION Federal Law Enforcement Accomplished law enforcement career that combines experience, specialized knowledge, and achievement in areas of loss prevention, security management, public safety, and criminal investigations. PROFILE CORE COMPENTENCIES A highly organized, take charge professional with more than twenty years of law enforcement and security experience. Strong problem solving and decision making skills with the ability to develop and implement effective action plans. Demonstrated experience in the coordination of criminal investigations. Commitment to detail in doing the job right the first time in completing all projects. Excellent communication and presentation skills. A team leader, providing motivation and training by example. Computer literate. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 09/2006-Present; Court Security Officer; Dispatcher Personnel; San Diego, CA Coordinated all aspects of prisoner security and transportation from security facilities to courthouses, ensuring the safety of the community and the suspects. Additional responsibilities included serving civil process, evictions, and warrants within the jurisdiction. Patrol assigned areas to check building security, assist and back-up student building security personnel, and check for and remedy hazardous or potential criminal situations. Enforce vehicle operation and parking laws and direct traffic. Answer calls involving fires, accidents, and various misdemeanors and felonies. Make arrests and issues citations. Gather preliminary information as responding officer on criminal calls, prepares relevant reports to pass the information gathered on to the assigned investigator, assist investigator in case preparation and act as criminal investigator for the department as required. Maintain surveillance on criminal suspects and unauthorized persons on campus. Escort bank deposits in accordance with established University policies. Escort prisoners and serve warrants. Complete reports of arrests, accidents, interviews, and evidence of property received. Attend training sessions. Act as trainer of new personnel. Assist in case preparation as required to testify in court. 04/1997 to 09/2005; Federal Police Officer; GS-0083-7/9; Department of Defense of Elsegundo Federal Police Department; Los Angeles, CA; Assistant Chief Captain Hall (310) 3632828; may contact. Considerable knowledge of Los Angeles tactical training and its street systems; modern law enforcement principles, procedures, techniques and equipment Exceptional knowledge of applicable Federal, State, County, and City laws and ordinances and departmental rules and regulations. Excellent working knowledge of hazardous waste classifications and emergency procedures related to control, containment and confinement; principles of law enforcement administration; investigative procedures and practices; legal liabilities associated with arrest and law enforcement; court room procedures and laws of evidence. Uncommon skills in the use of firearms, the operation of police vehicles and other specialized equipment including breathalyzers, radar units, police batons and restraining devices; basic CPR, First Aid and emergency response driving. Strong ability to react effectively in emergency and stress situations; ability to exhibit imagination, initiative and problem-solving capability in coping with a variety of law enforcement situations. Profound ability to operate a personal computer and various programs, such as Microsoft Word, Excel, etc. Sound ability to follow standard safety practices and procedures common to law enforcement work. Remarkable ability to perform work requiring good physical condition. Immense ability to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing. Proven ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, other agencies and the public. 10/1996 to 04/1997; Federal Police Officer; GS-0083-6/7; Department of Defense of Monterey Federal Police; Monterey, CA Conduct routine and special investigations pertaining to car, baggage, and cargo thefts; gang activity; crashes; hijackings; terrorism; and homicides, assuming 20-30 monthly cases. Directed security management initiatives for five cargo facilities in concert with a network of law enforcement and loss prevention professionals to theft investigations. Sustain a low profile throughout the airport community to observe and procure information critical to case development and apprehension of criminal offenders involved in minor to federal offenses. Attend court hearings to provide official testimony, primarily in relation to theft cases; prepare detailed incident reports; retrieve and update computerized records; and maintain sensitive, confidential case files. Ensure regulatory compliance with FAA safety guidelines and standard security procedures through performance of risk analysis, threat assessments, and evaluation of existing systems and personnel. 05/1995 to 10/2007; Police Officer; GS-0083-5/6; Veterans Affairs Kansas City Naval Hospital; Kansas City, MO Remain alert for indication of espionage, sabotages or any irregular or suspicious activity within the patrol or post Conduct complete preliminary investigation of traffic accidents and/or crimes Detain offenders either military/civilians involving in crimes ranging from minor infractions and/or felonies Interviewed/collect/preserved evidence of victim/witnesses in protected area Coordinate with divisional NCO/Captain and other law enforcement officers in the event of disaster control and/or hostage situation 05/1993 to 05/1995; P Base Police Officer; GS-0083-5; military personnel; 32nd Street Naval Street Police Officer; San Diego, CA Conducted interrogations and pre-deposition interviews as part of ongoing criminal investigations. Served as an expert on narcotics, motor vehicle law enforcement, and accident investigations. Responsible for performing public records research, as well as coordinating interviews and reconnaissance for drug trafficking criminal investigations with other law enforcement departments. Trained and supervised new officers. As court officer, consistently sought out for clarification on points of law and procedures by district attorneys, defense attorneys, and judges. EDUCATION Los Angeles Community College; Los Angeles, CA; Some College Courses; 2012 Attending university of Phoenix (approx.84 credits to go graduation 2015 Bachelor Degree in criminal justice/ human Behavior Susaki High School; Okinawa, Japan; High School Diploma; 1976 SPECIAL TRAINING Rio Hondo Police Academy Recertified 832nd (1999) VA Police Academy (1997) Arkansas Police Academy (1996) 32nd Street Naval Station Police Academy (1994) Leadership Training Academy (1978) Military Police Training (1979) Small Arms Institution (1979) U.S Customs Training (1977) MEDALS, AWARDS, CITATIONS Democratic National Medal 911- (4) Accommodations USMC Military Leadership Academy MILITARY AFFILIATION Veteran of two Wars, Vietnam and gulf war 06/1972 to 12/1993; United States Marine Corps;E7; Retired COMPUTER SKILLS

State Government

San Diego, CA

About Me

Industry:

Military & Government

Occupation:

State Government
 

Education level:

Certification

Will Relocate:

Yes

Location:

San Diego, CA