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LRC Revision II


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LRC Revision II

  1. 1. LEAH R. CAMPBELL  1255 Grapevine Road, Golden Colorado 80401 970.201.4577  ~ 1 ~ ~SECURITY PROFESSIONAL~ QUALIFICATIONS PROFILE Highly motivated, versatile, and dynamic professional, complemented with comprehensive background in law enforcement, security, and executive protection. Display proven effectiveness in providing protective services, establishing physical security measures, and directing safety operations. Display outstanding analytical skills as evidenced by the ability to continuously improve corporate security operations and maintain stability during emergencies. Dependable and empowering manager with extreme capability in stressful and challenging situations. Possess CCW and Permit under HB 218. KEY STRENGTHS  Law Enforcement Principles  Emergency Response Plan  Public/VIPs/Dignitaries Protection  Criminal Justice Technology and Surveillance  Investigations, Investigative Research Techniques  Policies and Procedures and Manual Modifications  Problem-Solving and Decision-Making Skills  Leadership, Training, and Team Building PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE OWNER AND INSTRUCTOR  GIRLSWITH GUNS, PARACHUTE CO SEPT 2012–PRESENT Provided quality instruction for candidates applying for Colorado concealed weapons permits. Teach basic pistol, shotgun and rifle courses. Instructor for “Basic In Home Defense” to include conducting a risk assessment of the residence. Low profile executive protection to visiting guest of Colorado. SECURITY MANAGER AND CPO  GATEWAY CANYONSRESORT/HENDRICKS INVESTMENT HOLDING, GATEWAY MAY 2013–MAR 15 Direct all facets of safety and security operations for guests, visitors, property, and employees. Facilitate training for all security staff to develop their competencies and achieve their maximum level of potential. Provide expert oversight to access control points. Exhibit superior talents in conducting daily physical security assessments and implement programs to mitigate issues when arise. Maintain coordination with visiting VIPs and dignitaries while securing their details. Notable Achievements:  Succeeded in minimizing total number of job accidents and injuries by ensuring compliance with Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)  Received appointment in protecting Forbes 500 family, while ensuring their private estate security  Pioneered the successful implementation of the first emergency response plan  Took charge of updating and revising the security police and procedure manual  Primary instructor for all in house training  Playeda vital rolefor researching and developing the “History orthe Weapons” course for a diverse group of participants DEPARTMENT OF STATE WORLDWIDE PROTECTIONSERVICES (WPS)INSTRUCTOR  TRIPLE CANOPY, ZACHARY LA MAY 2010–JAN2013 Serve as the WPS instructor at the Joint Emergency Services Training Center (JESTC) Training Facility with a Department of State (DOS) Secret Clearance. Play an integral role in writing the curriculum for numerous Department of State WPS programs, which is still up and running as of today. Notable Achievements:  Obtained certification from the DOS as Basic Field Firearms Officer Course (BFFOC) instructor, as well as protective operations, motorcade operations, and defensive tactics and information technology fundamentals (ITF) lead chemical and biological instructor  Attained certification from DOS as instructor in Adult Learning Theory, Train the Trainer, and Department of Defense (DOD) projects such as BSEF/ABC/TWSS AGENT-IN-CHARGE  DYNCORP INTERNATIONAL, KABUL, AFGHANISTAN OCT 2007–JAN2010
  2. 2. LEAH R. CAMPBELL  1255 Grapevine Road, Golden Colorado 80401 970.201.4577  ~ 2 ~ Oversaw the completion of DOS approved selection course. Held responsible for transporting and protecting notable Department of state personnel, visiting VIPs, dignitaries, and three Dyn principals. Planning and implementing movements and evaluating threat levels. Fostered positive working relationships with DOD, DOS, and the Military. Notable Achievements:  Contributed as a key member of PSD Team Alpha in Kabul, Afghanistan, as the 1st female assigned as protection agent in the entire history of program  Rendered high level of assistance in writing the first policy and procedure manual for the Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) program  Rose from rank and promoted to agent-in-charge in-charge of managing 13-person protection detail  Conceptualized and implemented a comprehensive leave tracker to ensure adequate staffing at all times CONTRACTOR  RANGELY POLICE DEPARTMENT, RANGELY, CO JUN 2006–NOV 2006 Initially hired as a contractor due to limited staffing and proactively responded to calls for service. Assumed full responsibility in conducting investigations and securing proactive patrol and traffic enforcement. Notable Achievement:  Gained recognition as the field training officer tasked to provide in house training in several subject matters DEPUTY II  GARFIELD COUNTY SHERIFF’SOFFICE, GLENWOOD SPRINGS, CO JUL 2003–JUN 2006 Fulfilled expanded duties such as investigator, assistant team leader for AHRT Team, field training officer, and in-house training instructor in six subjects. Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Office in creating documents, forms, and PowerPoint slides. Notable Achievements:  Earned distinction as the first female assistant team lead for Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT)  Participated in re-writing the field training officer (FTO) manual and supporting forms SENIOR DEPUTY AND FIELD TRAINING OFFICER/SWAT TEAM MEMBER/PATROL SERGEANT/FTO SUPERVISOR  SUMMIT COUNTY SHERIFF’SOFFICE, AKRON, OH JUL 1996–JAN2006 Worked on the Investigation Division for 12 months and seamlessly closed more than 85% of assigned cases. Successfully modified the Model Traffic Code and FTO manual. Notable Achievements:  Initiated the development and implementation of the Tipsy Taxi Program  Achieved recognition by Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) for exceptional work against drunk drivers  Gained numerous commendations for displaying exceptional service from citizens and fellow law enforcement officers  Researched and co-authored the Model Traffic Code implemented and still in use. EARLIER CAREER CORPORAL  RED ROCKS POLICE DEPARTMENT, LAKEWOOD, CO JAN 2003–JUL 2003 LEAD LOSS PREVENTIONSPECIALIST  TARGET, CITY, STATE 1988–1992 LOSS PREVENTIONOFFICER  BUYERS’ CLUB, CITY, STATE 1987–1988 PROFESSIONAL TRAINING & CERTIFICATIONS 72-hour Executive Protection with DOS Worldwide Protective Services (WPS), Universal Security and Training Certified Police Officer, State of Colorado: Since 1992 expiring December 2013 Basic Medical First Responder Training, Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC), and Combat Life Saver Course First Aid, Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and automated external defibrillator (AED) Certified, Gateway Fire Department First Responder Completed 42 training certificates (11 for being an instructor)