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Dean A. Slack
421 N. Division St. Carson City, MI 48811
307-575-1958
080199egypersonal@gmail.com
______________________________________________________________________________
Objective: To utilize my proven leadership, attention to detail, and operational
development skills in a management and team setting.
______________________________________________________________________________
Experience
Transport Specialist, Bald Eagle Express, Atwater, MN February 2014 – May 2016
 Received, documented deficiencies, inspected for damages (upon receipt and delivery)
and recorded unit information in accordance with manufacturer and transport company
requirements.
 Delivered units in a timely manner in accordance with U.S. Department of Transportation
guidelines.
Instrument Operator/Investigator, LW Survey, Shawnee, OK/Minot, ND April 2013 –
February2014
 Investigated matter(s) surrounding the safety, construction, maintenance, and
refurbishment of gas and oil pipelines.
 Documented, recorded, and reported all matters investigated to the Inspection Chief,
Survey Manager, and OSHA Safety Manager in order to resolve any non-compliance
issues discovered.
 Responsible for recording and proper distribution of all survey data and pertinent on-the-
spot corrections made to alleviate delays in work progress.
 Served as a point of contact for the Land Owners, Survey Company, Inspection Chief,
Construction Manager, and Land Agents regarding Land owner concerns, compliance
with signed work agreements, as well as compliance with the U.S. Department of
Transportation regarding pipeline construction.
 Responsible for the maintenance, inventory, and use of $100,000.00 of land survey
equipment.
 Monitored, and reported, issues regarding soil conditions in excavations as stated in 29
CFR 1926 Subpart P Appendix A (3.1)
 Monitored and reported air quality issues in excavations via personal monitoring systems
and appropriate PPE.
Investigations Lieutenant (Internal Affairs), Wyoming Department of Corrections (WDOC),
Cheyenne, WY March 2010 – April 2013
 Conducted administrative, and/or criminal investigations within the Wyoming
Department of Corrections (PREA, Workplace/Sexual Harassment, Work Rule
Violations, OSHA Violations, Serious Incident Reviews, Staff and/or Prisoner Assaults,
and any matter deemed necessary by the WDOC Director as a matter requiring
investigation).
 Conducted interviews with subject/suspect(s), and witnesses in regards to the matter
under investigation.
 Determined, through the investigatory process, WDOC Policy and Procedure, and/or
Federal Guidelines, to substantiate or unsubstantiated, in part or in whole, the
allegation(s) of the investigative matter.
 Recommended disciplinary action, criminal prosecution, or recognition of outstanding
performance at the conclusion of the investigation.
 Determined, if any existed, departmental deficiencies (lack of policy, policy changes
needed, physical plant, etc.…) needed to be addressed as a result of the investigatory
matter.
 Resided as the Chairperson for Serious Incident Review (SIR) Team (i.e. - Escape,
Inmate Death, Physical Plant Failures resulting in escape, riot, injury, etc.…).
Coordinated panel interviews of all persons involved in the SIR, distributed work to the
SIR Team, reviewed said work, and distributed final report to the SIR Team, WDOC
Director, WDOC Chief Investigator, and Warden(s).
 Collected, maintained, and secured evidence per departmental policy.
 Reviewed and updated multiple departmental policies at the direction of the WDOC
Director.
 Extensive travel throughout the entire State of Wyoming.
 Cultivated and maintained working relationships with civilian law enforcement, county
prosecuting attorneys, as well as civilian contractors (mental health and addiction service
providers, community corrections facilities) under contract with the WDOC.
Watch Commander (Lieutenant), Wyoming Medium Correction Institution (WMCI),
Wyoming Department of Corrections (WDOC), Torrington, WY September 2009–March 2010
 Responsible for the day-to-day operations of the 700 bed, Wyoming Medium
Correctional Institution (WMCI).
 Responsible for assigning, training, evaluating, and supervising five (5) sergeants, and
30 line staff.
 Monitored and resolved staffing issues, inmate concerns, as well as coordinated physical
plant staff, and medical staff to resolve issues within their area(s) of concern.
 Coordinated medical department and departmental staff for cohesive deployment of
medical services for the inmate population.
 Assembled and deployed Emergency Response Teams in connection with emergent
situations within WMCI, as well as coordinated with local and state law enforcement for
escape of an inmate.
 Reported to the WMCI Security Manager, Deputy Warden, and Warden regarding
matters of concern arising from my shift.
 Submitted daily report, covering all three shifts, to the Security Manager, Deputy
Warden, and Warden for distribution to the WDOC Director.
Officer, Sergeant, Michigan Department of Corrections (MDOC), Ionia Maximum Correctional
Facility (ICF), Deerfield (ITF), and Ojibway (OTF). February 2001 – August 2009
 Day-to-day supervision of 20 departmental staff and 600-1200 prisoners under
jurisdiction of the MDOC.
 Trained and conducted evaluations of departmental staff.
 Monitored and resolved staffing issues, as well as resolved inmate issues within the
guidelines of departmental policy.
 Team Leader of Ionia Complex Emergency Response Team (ERT).
 Deployed ERT during training missions, as well as, during an actual escape in St. Louis,
MI.
 Maintained weapons qualifications on the Ruger Mini-14, Remington 12 Gauge Shotgun,
and Glock .40 caliber pistol.
 Attended, completed, and conducted specialized training in riot control, SCBA,
CPR/AED/First Aid, PPCT, and Hostage Negotiation.
Training Facility Consultant, U.S. Agency for International Development, Cairo, Egypt,
December 1999 – October 2000.
 Designed, Submitted, and Implemented proposal for the management and construction of
a new 8000 sq. ft. physical training facility.
 Worked in conjunction with the lead architect and design committee for the placement of
training equipment and locker facilities within the training facility.
 Contacted equipment vendors and mediated concerns regarding Federal Government
purchase agreements.
 Developed corporate fitness programming goals and facility usage guidelines.
 Maintained consultant capacity via e-mail/telephonically until completion of the project
in October 2000.
Technical Manager, Gold’s Gym Egypt, Maadi, Cairo, Egypt, February 1999 – December 1999
 Managed a 3000 sq. ft. Gold’s Gym fitness facility.
 Recruited, Hired, Supervised, Trained, and Evaluated three (3) departmental managers,
and twenty-five (25) key personnel.
 Developed and Conducted continuing education programs, as well as employee
evaluation protocols in a multi-lingual/multi-cultural setting.
 Conducted regular maintenance inspections of the facility and the equipment, as well as
scheduled vendors for maintenance work in a multi-lingual/multi-cultural setting.
 Performed superior customer service mission with a multi-lingual, multi-national setting
for a membership base of 2000 members.
 Worked in conjunction with the Lead Architect, and Board of Directors regarding facility
design and layout.
Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach, Northern Illinois, University, DeKalb, IL May
1996 – January 1999
 Designed, Directed, and Implemented sport specific strength and conditioning programs
for 17 NCAA Division I athletic teams, within the guidelines set forth within the
athletics department and NCAA guidelines.
 Scheduled regular meetings with the coaching staffs’ involved, presented verbal and
written evaluations of their athletes, spanning 325 student athletes.
 Maintained records of all athletic training programs, as well as individual evaluations of
student athlete performance during training.
 Developed individual and group nutritional seminars.
 Aided in the recruitment of 100+ athletes per years.
 Coordinated equipment maintenance vendors for the training facility.
 Assisted with the Strength and Conditioning Departmental budgetary process.
______________________________________________________________________________
Education
Oregon State University, 1991 - 1995
Degree Conferred June 1995: Bachelor of Science
Major: Exercise and Sport Science
United States Army Infantry, Honorable Discharge, 1984 – 1990
______________________________________________________________________________
Awardsand TrainingCertificates
 Reid Advanced Course of Interview and Interrogation, WDOC
 LSI Scientific Content Analysis (SCAN) trained investigator, WDOC
 Practical Kinesics Interviewing and Interrogation, WDOC
 Eyes for Lies – Deception and Credibility, WDOC
 Conducting/Constructing Gang Investigations, Greely Colorado Police Department,
WDOC
 Internal Affairs Training, Denver Colorado, WDOC
 Professional Correctional Officer Certification, Peace Officers Standards and Training
(POST), Wyoming POST 10-WC400-027, WDOC
 CPR/AED/First Aid Instructor, MDOC
 Range Officer, MDOC
 PPCT Defensive Tactics Instructor, MDOC
 Air Assault School, 101st Airborne Division, Ft. Campbell, KY
 Jungle Operations Training Center, Jungle Operations, 101st Airborne Division, Ft.
Sherman, Panama
 Combat Lifesaver Course, 101st Airborne Division, Ft. Campbell, KY
 Pershing II Missile Site Security Training (X3), Neu Ulm, West Germany
 Army Achievement Medal, (3rd Oak Leaf Cluster- Denotes 4th Award)
 Good Conduct Medal
 40 Hours Radiographer Safety Training, JANX, Parma, MI
______________________________________________________________________________

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Resume 01 17 2017

  • 1. Dean A. Slack 421 N. Division St. Carson City, MI 48811 307-575-1958 080199egypersonal@gmail.com ______________________________________________________________________________ Objective: To utilize my proven leadership, attention to detail, and operational development skills in a management and team setting. ______________________________________________________________________________ Experience Transport Specialist, Bald Eagle Express, Atwater, MN February 2014 – May 2016  Received, documented deficiencies, inspected for damages (upon receipt and delivery) and recorded unit information in accordance with manufacturer and transport company requirements.  Delivered units in a timely manner in accordance with U.S. Department of Transportation guidelines. Instrument Operator/Investigator, LW Survey, Shawnee, OK/Minot, ND April 2013 – February2014  Investigated matter(s) surrounding the safety, construction, maintenance, and refurbishment of gas and oil pipelines.  Documented, recorded, and reported all matters investigated to the Inspection Chief, Survey Manager, and OSHA Safety Manager in order to resolve any non-compliance issues discovered.  Responsible for recording and proper distribution of all survey data and pertinent on-the- spot corrections made to alleviate delays in work progress.  Served as a point of contact for the Land Owners, Survey Company, Inspection Chief, Construction Manager, and Land Agents regarding Land owner concerns, compliance with signed work agreements, as well as compliance with the U.S. Department of Transportation regarding pipeline construction.  Responsible for the maintenance, inventory, and use of $100,000.00 of land survey equipment.  Monitored, and reported, issues regarding soil conditions in excavations as stated in 29 CFR 1926 Subpart P Appendix A (3.1)
  • 2.  Monitored and reported air quality issues in excavations via personal monitoring systems and appropriate PPE. Investigations Lieutenant (Internal Affairs), Wyoming Department of Corrections (WDOC), Cheyenne, WY March 2010 – April 2013  Conducted administrative, and/or criminal investigations within the Wyoming Department of Corrections (PREA, Workplace/Sexual Harassment, Work Rule Violations, OSHA Violations, Serious Incident Reviews, Staff and/or Prisoner Assaults, and any matter deemed necessary by the WDOC Director as a matter requiring investigation).  Conducted interviews with subject/suspect(s), and witnesses in regards to the matter under investigation.  Determined, through the investigatory process, WDOC Policy and Procedure, and/or Federal Guidelines, to substantiate or unsubstantiated, in part or in whole, the allegation(s) of the investigative matter.  Recommended disciplinary action, criminal prosecution, or recognition of outstanding performance at the conclusion of the investigation.  Determined, if any existed, departmental deficiencies (lack of policy, policy changes needed, physical plant, etc.…) needed to be addressed as a result of the investigatory matter.  Resided as the Chairperson for Serious Incident Review (SIR) Team (i.e. - Escape, Inmate Death, Physical Plant Failures resulting in escape, riot, injury, etc.…). Coordinated panel interviews of all persons involved in the SIR, distributed work to the SIR Team, reviewed said work, and distributed final report to the SIR Team, WDOC Director, WDOC Chief Investigator, and Warden(s).  Collected, maintained, and secured evidence per departmental policy.  Reviewed and updated multiple departmental policies at the direction of the WDOC Director.  Extensive travel throughout the entire State of Wyoming.  Cultivated and maintained working relationships with civilian law enforcement, county prosecuting attorneys, as well as civilian contractors (mental health and addiction service providers, community corrections facilities) under contract with the WDOC. Watch Commander (Lieutenant), Wyoming Medium Correction Institution (WMCI), Wyoming Department of Corrections (WDOC), Torrington, WY September 2009–March 2010  Responsible for the day-to-day operations of the 700 bed, Wyoming Medium Correctional Institution (WMCI).  Responsible for assigning, training, evaluating, and supervising five (5) sergeants, and 30 line staff.
  • 3.  Monitored and resolved staffing issues, inmate concerns, as well as coordinated physical plant staff, and medical staff to resolve issues within their area(s) of concern.  Coordinated medical department and departmental staff for cohesive deployment of medical services for the inmate population.  Assembled and deployed Emergency Response Teams in connection with emergent situations within WMCI, as well as coordinated with local and state law enforcement for escape of an inmate.  Reported to the WMCI Security Manager, Deputy Warden, and Warden regarding matters of concern arising from my shift.  Submitted daily report, covering all three shifts, to the Security Manager, Deputy Warden, and Warden for distribution to the WDOC Director. Officer, Sergeant, Michigan Department of Corrections (MDOC), Ionia Maximum Correctional Facility (ICF), Deerfield (ITF), and Ojibway (OTF). February 2001 – August 2009  Day-to-day supervision of 20 departmental staff and 600-1200 prisoners under jurisdiction of the MDOC.  Trained and conducted evaluations of departmental staff.  Monitored and resolved staffing issues, as well as resolved inmate issues within the guidelines of departmental policy.  Team Leader of Ionia Complex Emergency Response Team (ERT).  Deployed ERT during training missions, as well as, during an actual escape in St. Louis, MI.  Maintained weapons qualifications on the Ruger Mini-14, Remington 12 Gauge Shotgun, and Glock .40 caliber pistol.  Attended, completed, and conducted specialized training in riot control, SCBA, CPR/AED/First Aid, PPCT, and Hostage Negotiation. Training Facility Consultant, U.S. Agency for International Development, Cairo, Egypt, December 1999 – October 2000.  Designed, Submitted, and Implemented proposal for the management and construction of a new 8000 sq. ft. physical training facility.  Worked in conjunction with the lead architect and design committee for the placement of training equipment and locker facilities within the training facility.  Contacted equipment vendors and mediated concerns regarding Federal Government purchase agreements.  Developed corporate fitness programming goals and facility usage guidelines.  Maintained consultant capacity via e-mail/telephonically until completion of the project in October 2000.
  • 4. Technical Manager, Gold’s Gym Egypt, Maadi, Cairo, Egypt, February 1999 – December 1999  Managed a 3000 sq. ft. Gold’s Gym fitness facility.  Recruited, Hired, Supervised, Trained, and Evaluated three (3) departmental managers, and twenty-five (25) key personnel.  Developed and Conducted continuing education programs, as well as employee evaluation protocols in a multi-lingual/multi-cultural setting.  Conducted regular maintenance inspections of the facility and the equipment, as well as scheduled vendors for maintenance work in a multi-lingual/multi-cultural setting.  Performed superior customer service mission with a multi-lingual, multi-national setting for a membership base of 2000 members.  Worked in conjunction with the Lead Architect, and Board of Directors regarding facility design and layout. Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach, Northern Illinois, University, DeKalb, IL May 1996 – January 1999  Designed, Directed, and Implemented sport specific strength and conditioning programs for 17 NCAA Division I athletic teams, within the guidelines set forth within the athletics department and NCAA guidelines.  Scheduled regular meetings with the coaching staffs’ involved, presented verbal and written evaluations of their athletes, spanning 325 student athletes.  Maintained records of all athletic training programs, as well as individual evaluations of student athlete performance during training.  Developed individual and group nutritional seminars.  Aided in the recruitment of 100+ athletes per years.  Coordinated equipment maintenance vendors for the training facility.  Assisted with the Strength and Conditioning Departmental budgetary process. ______________________________________________________________________________ Education Oregon State University, 1991 - 1995 Degree Conferred June 1995: Bachelor of Science Major: Exercise and Sport Science United States Army Infantry, Honorable Discharge, 1984 – 1990 ______________________________________________________________________________
  • 5. Awardsand TrainingCertificates  Reid Advanced Course of Interview and Interrogation, WDOC  LSI Scientific Content Analysis (SCAN) trained investigator, WDOC  Practical Kinesics Interviewing and Interrogation, WDOC  Eyes for Lies – Deception and Credibility, WDOC  Conducting/Constructing Gang Investigations, Greely Colorado Police Department, WDOC  Internal Affairs Training, Denver Colorado, WDOC  Professional Correctional Officer Certification, Peace Officers Standards and Training (POST), Wyoming POST 10-WC400-027, WDOC  CPR/AED/First Aid Instructor, MDOC  Range Officer, MDOC  PPCT Defensive Tactics Instructor, MDOC  Air Assault School, 101st Airborne Division, Ft. Campbell, KY  Jungle Operations Training Center, Jungle Operations, 101st Airborne Division, Ft. Sherman, Panama  Combat Lifesaver Course, 101st Airborne Division, Ft. Campbell, KY  Pershing II Missile Site Security Training (X3), Neu Ulm, West Germany  Army Achievement Medal, (3rd Oak Leaf Cluster- Denotes 4th Award)  Good Conduct Medal  40 Hours Radiographer Safety Training, JANX, Parma, MI ______________________________________________________________________________