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Resume Chief of Security

  1. 1. RESUME<br />Randy E. Smith<br />12 Morrison Drive <br />Belleville, IL 62221<br />Cell Phone: (618) 581-2824<br />E-Mail:<br />OBJECTIVE<br />To obtain a position with an organization that will best utilize my experiences, education and training.<br />AVAILABILITY<br />Immediately<br />GOVERNMENT CLEARANCE<br />Security Clearance eligible- previous held (1988-2008) Secret<br />PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE<br />PROTECTIVE SERVICES GROUP, INC<br />#1 Eagle Center, Suite 3B<br />O’Fallon, IL 62269<br />June 2003 – Present<br />Chief of Security<br /><ul><li>Responsible for the initial interview screening of all potential employees.
  2. 2. Conducts initial site surveys and threat assessment/risk analysis of all job sites.
  3. 3. Coordinates all security needs for current jobsites. Schedules security officers to cover all shifts at each site.
  4. 4. Instructor for O.C.A.T. Pepper Spray, Monadnock Expandable Baton, Monadnock Defensive Tactics and Handcuffing and firearms.
  5. 5. Asst. Facility Security Officer – input personnel into JPAS for security clearances.
  6. 6. Tasked to account for all issued equipment, inventory stock, communication equipment and vehicles.</li></ul>SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE<br />375 Security Forces Squadron<br />Scott AFB, IL 62225<br />May 2000 - July 2008<br />Non-Commissioned Officer-In-Charge (NCO), Combat Arms Training and Maintenance (CATM)<br /><ul><li>Supervised, managed and mentored a 9 person section.
  7. 7. Responsible for ensuring that over 2500 personnel annually, were qualified with the appropriate weapons for their jobs, before deploying/moving overseas.
  8. 8. Reported directly to the Commander of Security Forces concerning matters of ammunition, weapon malfunctions and customer feedbacks, for every class taught.
  9. 9. Ensured that the CATM offices and firing range were in inspection order at all times.
  10. 10. Elected as Safety NCO for the entire squadron. Responsible for ensuring that all injuries, on and off duty, were reported and the necessary paperwork was filled out to send to the appropriate agencies.
  11. 11. Provided Enlisted Performance Reviews (EPR’s), to subordinates. Rated on job knowledge, physical appearance, on and off duty conduct, job completion, mentoring ability and writing and speaking skills.
  12. 12. Scheduled over 16 Tenant Units (on Scott AFB) and 23 Geographically Separated Units for weapons inspections. Ensured all weapons assigned under the 375th CATM were 100% ready for combat.
  13. 13. Responsible for all updates to Technical Orders concerning 17 different weapon systems on Scott AFB, and their appropriate ammunition. Emergency Safety Updates had to be completed within 48 hours of receipt of message. Most were life threating.</li></ul>FRANCIS E. WARREN AIR FORCE BASE<br />400 Missile Squadron<br />F.E. Warren AFB, Cheyenne, WY 82005<br />Apr 1996 – May 2000<br />Flight Security Controller (FSC)/Alarm Response Team Leader (ART)<br /><ul><li>Responsible for the security of 150 Peacekeeper Missiles. Only squadron in the United States with these missiles.
  14. 14. Worked as a dispatcher (FSC) controlling over 150 square miles of area. The area of responsibility could be at a minimum 25 miles away from base, up to over 350 miles away from base. Anyone who entered the area where I was working had to notify me via radio or landline.
  15. 15. Controlled a 2 person ART, whose duties included responding to alarms on launch facilities, that housed nuclear missiles, or the launch control facilities that housed the off duty Security Forces and the capsule crews that controlled the areas 10 nuclear missiles.
  16. 16. Listed as a Squad Leader of 12 other personnel for the Strip Alert Force. First on scene if anybody in the missile complex needed additional bodies for hostile actions. 13 of us staged at Helicopter Operations for a 12 hour shift, ready to respond. Airlifted out as needed.</li></ul>Volunteer Fire Fighter/Basic Emergency Care Member (Off-Duty) <br />Albin, WY 82050<br />June 1997 – March 2000<br /><ul><li>Blue Dot Certified. Able to enter burning buildings for search and rescue. Trained numerous other firemen by going to F.E. Warren AFB 90 Civil Engineering Fire Department Burn House for training.
  17. 17. Basic Emergency Care Certified in the State of Wyoming. Able to perform all basic emergency care up to and including using the Automated External Defibrillator.
  18. 18. Responsible for the upkeep of a 2000 gallon tanker truck. Ensured that it was always ready to go on a moment’s notice.</li></ul>KUNSAN AIR BASE, REPUBLIC OF SOUTH KOREA<br />8 Security Police Squadron<br />Mar 1995 – Mar 1996<br /><ul><li>Hand-picked to be Alpha Flight’s Lead Security Controller (dispatcher). Responsible for coordinating all security responses and actions with 6 other outside agencies. Responsible for training all other Flight Security Controllers in proper way of conducting business.
  19. 19. Volunteered to be Alpha Sector’s Radio/Telephone Operator and S-4 (Supply Personnel), during Air Base Defense exercises and if needed real world. Signed for over $950,000 of communication equipment and electronic counter measures. Ensured there were enough supplies to last our flight for 7 days, in case a re-supply could not happen within the first 72 hours.
  20. 20. Volunteered to be Vehicle Trainer for the Squadron. Trained over 200 personnel on different vehicles from the HMMWV (Humvee), Duece (2 1/2 ton 6 wheeled truck) and the M113 APC (Armored Personnel Carrier).</li></ul>GRAND FORKS AIR FORCE BASE<br />319 Security Police Squadron<br />Grand Forks AFB, ND 58204<br />Feb 1992 – Feb 1996<br />Asst. NCOIC, Security Police Armory<br /><ul><li>Took over as account custodian for over $3.5 million dollars worth of weapons and ammunition. Had quarterly inspections to ensure that all weapons and ammunition was still there.
  21. 21. Responsible for the scheduling of 12 personnel to man the Armory 24 hours/day, 7 days a week.
  22. 22. Coordinated with other agency’s Personnel Reliability Program Monitors, to ensure that personnel drawing weapons for duty, had not been deemed unqualified for duty.
  23. 23. Took over as the Land Mobile Radio custodian. Responsible for over 300 radios used daily.</li></ul>EAKER AIR FORCE BASE<br />97 Security Police Squadron<br />Blytheville, AR 72315<br />Nov 1988 – Feb 1992<br />Entry Controller/Alarm Response Team Member (ART)<br /><ul><li>Controlled entry into the Alert Aircraft Parking Area (AAPA), where 5 B-52’s and 3 KC-135’s were armed with conventional and nuclear munitions, and ready to go to war, and the Weapons Storage Area (WSA), where all the munitions, both conventional and nuclear, were stored.
  24. 24. Responded to any alarm in my sector. Conducted an immediate visual assessment to determine whether it was hostile or non-hostile. Relayed information to the Security Control Center for processing.</li></ul>EDUCATION<br /><ul><li>62 Hours into a B.A. Degree in Criminal Justice
  25. 25. Colorado Technical University</li></ul>SPECIAL SKILLS<br /><ul><li>Certified Instructor of Monadnock Expandable Baton Course
  26. 26. Certified Instructor of Monadnock Defensive Tactics and Handcuffing
  27. 27. Certified Instructor of Personal Protection Consultants, Inc. O.C.A.T. Pepper Spray Course
  28. 28. Certified Instructor of 20 Basic Firearms Course for the State of Illinois
  29. 29. Certified by the State of Illinois for a Firearms Authorization Card (may carry openly while performing official duties)
  30. 30. Concealed Weapons Permit from the State of Pennsylvania</li></ul>PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS/ACCOMPLISHMENTS<br /><ul><li>Retired Honorably from the United States Air Force after 20 years.
  31. 31. Lifetime Member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars
  32. 32. Member of the American Legion</li></ul>AWARDS<br /><ul><li>US Air Force Training Ribbon
  33. 33. US Air Force Outstanding Unit Award with 4 devices
  34. 34. US Air Force Organizational Excellence Award
  35. 35. US Air Force Good Conduct Medal with 6 devices
  36. 36. US Air Force Small Arms Expert Marksmanship Ribbon with 1 device
  37. 37. US Air Force Longevity Service Award with 4 devices
  38. 38. National Defense Service Medal with device
  39. 39. US Air Force NCO/PME Graduate Ribbon with device
  40. 40. US Air Force Overseas Short Tour Ribbon with device
  41. 41. Korean Defense Service Medal
  42. 42. Iraq Campaign Medal
  43. 43. US Air Force Achievement Medal with 3 devices
  44. 44. US Air Force Commendation Medal with 2 devices
  45. 45. Numerous Certificates of Achievements from outside agencies
  46. 46. Numerous Certificates of Appreciation from outside agencies
  47. 47. US Air Force Achievement award x6 for timed served and retirement discharge</li></ul> <br />