Mount Washington College - 2014 Manchester, New Hampshire, United States Criminal Justice, Bachelor of Science Demonstrate an understanding of biological, sociological, and psychological theories of crime causation and disciplinary-specific evaluation of human behavior. Demonstrate the ability to apply principles of criminal law to criminal justice practice and understand the civil liabilities of criminal justice agencies and practitioners. Demonstrate the ability to apply scientific methods of inquiry to arrive at reasoned decisions regarding professional practice. Analyze the roles of organizational culture, behavioral theory, planning, and community relations in criminal justice leadership strategies and practice. Demonstrate the ability to utilize information and resources to make sound operational decisions in criminal justice agencies. Understand the impact of emerging technologies on the investigation of crime, as a tool for criminal enterprise, and on the operations of criminal justice agencies. Recognize and evaluate transnational criminal enterprises, and analyze the role of culture on criminal behavior and systems of justice.
Southern New Hampshire University - 2016 Manchester, New Hampshire, United States Justice Sudies, Master of Business Administration By earning an online MBA in Justice Studies at Southern New Hampshire University, I am able to gain a solid background in business management while studying the administration in detail. The unique combination of skills that this justice studies MBA provides can be applied to a variety of positions in both the private and public sectors. With this I am considering pursuing a career in the legal or corrections fields, corporate security or government service.
Specialist - ( April 2009 - April 2015) 94th Military Police Company, Londonderry, New Hampshire (United States) Guard, patrol, or monitor premises to prevent theft, violence, or infractions of rules. May operate x-ray and metal detector equipment. Deployments: Operation Iraqi Freedom (2010-2011) Operation Enduring Freedom (2013-2014)
Security Guard - ( September 2011 - March 2012) Allied Barton Security Services LLC, Concord, New Hampshire (United States) Shopping centers demand security officers with a wide range of skills from the sensitivity to deal with lost children to the ability to respond to and effectively address law enforcement incidents. AlliedBarton has been confronted with all of these issues and has been providing highly skilled officers to the shopping center industry for decades.
Security Guard - ( March 2012 - August 2012) U.S. Securities, Salem, New Hampshire (United States) Patrolled the facilities and served as a general security presence and visible deterrent to crime and rule infractions. Checked passes and credentials of persons seeking to to enter private property. Issued security badges and visitor passes to guests. Patrolled commercial and residential premises to prevent and detect signs of intrusion and ensure security of doors, windows and gates.
Security Guard - ( September 2012 - February 2013) Securitas, Concord, New Hampshire (United States) As a security officer on site, my job was to help prevent unwanted accidents or security concerns from occurring. While on tour, as an officer it is vital to check areas that are deemed important and provide information about any incidents or items needing attention. This includes finding a drastic change in room temperature, unlocked doors, burned out lights, or slip and fall hazards.