Vacancy: Special Agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
BS, Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement; Border Patrol Agent, Department of Homeland Security; Covert Surveillance; Human Intelligence Gathering; Intelligence Dissemination/Analysis; Interrogation; Interviewing; Investigation; Data Gathering; Research; Illegal Alien/Terrorist/ Contraband Identification and Interdiction; Staff Training and Supervision; Administrative Operations; Reporting; Communications; Bi-Lingual, English/Spanish; Computer Literate
May 2003 to present
Department of Homeland Security
Customs and Border Protection
San Diego, CA
United States Border Patrol Agent
Series: 1896 Grade/Step: GS-11/3
Hours per week: 50
Supervisor: Steven McPartland; Phone xxx-xxx-xxxx
Presently serve as Alien Smuggling Identification and Deportation (ASID) Case Agent, with key responsibility for effectively identifying, prosecuting and dismantling alien smuggling organizations and criminal counterparts. Resourcefully collect and disseminate human intelligence through extensive data research and effective interrogations/interviews. Apply dynamic communication and bi-lingual English/Spanish language skills to facilitate suspect interviews and interrogations, verify facts and develop criminal investigations in support of criminal prosecution or administrative deportation proceedings. In charge of developing and securing affidavits, signing sworn statements and executing arrest warrants on targeted smugglers. Demonstrate solid research and analysis skills in investigating and identifying alien smuggling trends and methodologies of targeted alien smuggling organizations (ASOs) and members, providing United States Attorney s Office with dynamic tools for criminal prosecution procedures.
Actively collaborate with Bureau of Customs and Border Protection to ensure critical national security by strategically executing action plans to identify and prevent border entry of terrorists, illegal aliens, narcotics, weapons of mass destruction, and related contraband. Proactively conduct uncover surveillance to detect undocumented aliens as well as their smugglers, respond to electronic sensor alarms, sight aircraft, pursue leads, and facilitate apprehension/detention in compliance with regulatory standards and governing laws. Proficiently use infrared scopes, low-light television systems and related tools/technologies to maximize results. Efficiently interpret and follow tracks, marks and related physical evidence in pursuit of suspected violators.
Concurrently conduct traffic checks, traffic observation and city patrol transportation checks.
Apply solid administrative/clerical skills toward preparing detailed daily intelligence reports addressing alien smuggling, illegal narcotics smuggling, illegal and dangerous weapons smuggling, and/or related criminal behavior.
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May 2000 to May 2003
Heritage Schools Inc.-Provo, UT
Youth Counselor Manager
Hours Per Week: 40
Supervisor: Eugene Marshall, Phone: 801-226-4600
Contributed strong leadership qualities toward effectively supervising a top-performing team of 4-5 staff members as well as up to 15 high-risk juvenile clients; clients diagnosed with varied mental illness disorders ranging from schizophrenia and multiple personality disorder to post-traumatic stress disorder and other levels of psychotic behaviors.
Capitalized on dynamic communication skills to provide counseling tailored to individual client ; steered weekly meetings with employees, mental health therapists and recreational health therapists. Proficiently developed and prepared complex client progress reports for review by senior personnel and health professionals, providing a strong tool for enhancing understanding of client needs and developing optimal treatment plans.
Border Patrol Agent of the Quarter, San Diego Sector; Feb 2008
Graduated in Top 5 of Border Patrol Academy Class 550; Sept 2003
Norwich University-Northfield, VT
Degree: Master of Arts in Diplomacy
Concentration: International Terrorism
Date Earned: in progress, June 2010
Utah Valley University/San Diego Mesa College
Degree: Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice
Concentration: Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement
Semester Hours Completed: 127
Date Earned: August 8, 2008
Honors: Dean s Honor List- Fall 2001/Spring 2002
San Diego Mesa College-CA
Degree: None-General Studies
Honors: Dean s Honor List- Fall 2007/Spring 2008
Terrorism Concepts for Patrol Training-California Department of Justice; May 2008
Interviews and Body Language Training-Counter Drug Task Force; Aug 2007
Anti-Terrorism Training for Border Patrol Agents; Dec 2004
Proprietary Technologies: Department of Homeland Security/Border Patrol mainframe systems including Intelligence Reporting System (IRS), DHS Operations Intelligence Fusion System (Net leads), CBP Enforcement Tracking System, COSS, Sector Mapping Program, Auto track XP, ENFORCE, IDENT, IAFIS, DACS, TECS, NCIC, CIS, and SDLAW
Software/Applications: Microsoft PowerPoint, Excel, and Word
Typing speed: 60 words per minute accurate
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Fluent Spanish: Speak, Read, Write
Member, Border Patrol Counsel 1613 Union-San Diego, CA
Community Activities/Volunteer Service
Missionary to Comayaguela, Honduras; March 1997 to March 1999
Actively supported humanitarian initiatives such as aid programs, events and operations, including extensive participation in Hurricane Mitch relief efforts; coordinated and distributed food, medical supplies and clothing. Additionally provided emotional counseling and support to community members. Used opportunity to develop Spanish language proficiency in a practical environment.
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