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Seketta's Resume linkedin 11-6-15


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Seketta's Resume linkedin 11-6-15

  1. 1. SEKETTA Z. SKOLODA Cell 540 903-7223 E-mail ( EDUCATION Mary Washington University Master of Business Administration Candidate September 2000 George MasonUniversity, BS Degree Criminal Justice January 1996 EXPERIENCE Walden Security Federal Services Division Eastern District of Virginia Alexandria, Virginia December 2009 to present. Lead Court Security Officer. Serves as the lead officer responsible for the day to day management of 27 security officers and compliance with the security requirements of the contract with the US Marshal Service. Perform all duties required by contract including entrance control, roving and stationary post assignments, Control Center operations, x-ray machine, walk through and hand held metal detectors, courtroom security procedures for District Judges and Magistrates. Manage Administrative duties include oversight of daily hours, attend interagency meetings, maintain records and logs and institute investigative procedures as necessary. Have also served as a Court Security Officer in Richmond, at District Court and Fourth Circuit, and in Manassas at the US Probation Office. Virginia Supreme Court 15th Judicial District February 2006 to September 2008. (Full time) Magistrate. Provide an independent, unbiased review of complaints brought to the office by police officers, sheriffs, deputies, and citizens. Issue arrest warrants, search warrants, admit bail or commit to jail. Issue civil warrant; act as a conservator of the peace. Issue emergency custody orders, temporary mental detention orders, medical custody Orders, emergency protective orders and other statutory powers. ADC, Ltd. 1927 San Mateo NE New Mexico April 2003 to February 2006 (Part time case detection) Special Investigator. Conduct background investigations under contract for
  2. 2. Department of Defense agencies. Worked from Home office, traveled throughout Virginia and contiguous jurisdictions to confirm information and develop independent sources of information, concerning character, criminal history and financial matters. Division of Forensic Science/Richmond Laboratory Department of Criminal Justice Services Commonwealth of Virginia March 1999 to September 2001 (Full time) Security Director. Manage/Supervise all physical security, evidence handling policies, procedures and objectives according to the accreditation standards established for the Division of Forensic Science. Served as liaison with management on a daily basis, Coordinated state wide development and oversight of Security Programs, audited each laboratory to ensure accuracy, consistency of methods and training, procurement of all equipment and supplies. Responsible for monitoring the performance of the Forensic Police and Lab Security. Scheduled lab security, and Forensic Police for 24 hours lab coverage. Issued security audit reports to Division Director. Managed and supervised all evidence technicians at every state lab including ensuring incident reports, firearms qualifications in compliance with Department of Criminal Justice Services requirements. Approved or Disapproved all leave, responsible for promotions and the hiring or dismissal of personnel. Division of Forensic Science/Northern Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services Commonwealth of Virginia August 1997 to March 1999 (Full time) Evidence Technician. Receive and return evidence submissions, instruct law enforcement personnel in proper evidence procedures. Review all evidence submission using investigative experience, knowledge of crime scene techniques and training. Metropolitan Police Department Washington, D.C August 1982 to August 1997(Full time) Desk Sergeant, Narcotics and Special Investigations Division. Six years--Managed and supervised the Administrative and Support Section including documenting time and attendance; search, security, processing and transporting prisoners; Data Retrieval from computerized information systems; monitor and supervise evidence documentation. Supervised all personnel assigned to the midnight shift in the division. Detective, Repeat Offender Project (ROP); Managed mid and upper level criminal investigations with emphasis on targeting known recidivists, surveillance using electronic audio, visual equipment; participated in two year task force with the FBI
  3. 3. Major Crimes Section; five month task force with the US Marshal “Operation Stop Program. Crime Scene Search Technician: Processed crime scenes including all aspects of evidence recovery. Officer, Unformed and Casual Clothes: All proactive aspects of law enforcement common to policing in a metropolitan area. Preferred Criteria: Manages, mentors, directs assigned security officers. Daily communicates with client meeting needs and adjusting resources as needed to address security issues. Attends regularly scheduled security meetings involving client and concerned parties e.g. District Judges, US Attorney and others. Recruits potential applicants for vacancies and maintains list of qualified applicants. Ensure staff remains trained and compliant with contract requirements, e.g. annual qualifications in firearms, in-service training; uniform and medical examinations. Maintain records of hours worked, leave balances, daily logs and all administrative files, including post orders, polices and procedures of the US Marshal Service ( client) and the company (Walden Security).