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TALMAGE L. S.
Wolfpen Ridge Road
CAREER OBJECTIVE: To further a career within federal, state government or private agencies, emphasizing the areas of organizational leadership within the field of antiterrorism, security, personal security and force protection with emphasis in strategic planning. Retired from the U.S. Army in after culminating a career in lawenforcement, security and force protection while stationed in the U.S. and overseas environments. Special emphasis in the area of antiterrorism, threatcon and force protection.
* American Intercontinental University, BS Criminal Justice , Atlanta, Georgia
PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS
* Emergency Planning for Special Needs Communities, West Virginia University,
* Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services DBHDS Abuse/neglect investigator course, May and May
* Central Texas College, Camp Zama, Japan
* Individual Terrorism Awareness Course one week, Fort Bragg, North Carolina,
* Intelligence in Combating Terrorism two Weeks, Fort Huachuca, Arizona,
* AntiTerrorism Instructor Qualification Course two weeks, Fort Bragg, North Carolina,
* Physical Security Inspector Course two weeks, Fort McCellan, Alabama,
* Basic NonCommissioned Officers Course supervisor instruction twelve weeks, Fort McCellan, Alabama,
* Advanced NonCommissioned Officer Course senior supervisor course fourteen weeks, U.S. Army Individual Professional Development Institute,
* Military Police Special Reaction Team Course two weeks, Fort McCellan, Alabama,
* Primary Leadership Development Course initial supervisor course four weeks, Fort Dix, New Jersey,
* U.S. Army Military Police School eight weeks, Fort McCellan, Alabama,
* Carroll County High School, Hillsville, Virginia,
PROFESSIONAL LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE
Chief of Program Support Services / present
Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services
Southwestern Virginia Training Center SWVTC
DBHDS Abuse/neglect Investigator
Southwestern Virginia Training Center SWVTC is operated by the Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services. SWVTC provides a broad range of residential, habilitative, and medical services to persons with intellectual disabilities from the county, city region of Southwest Virginia. The Program Support Services Department is responsible for providing support services security, staffing coordination, investigations to ensure facility residents receive quality care, training, day support and leisure services in a healthy, safe, and attractive environment. Conduct investigations of possible abuse and neglect and conduct administrative investigations of other issues while simultaneously providing leadership and direction for the Program Support Services area.
Advise the Director regarding security, staffing levels, budget expenditures to include payroll and overtime, recommending courses of action. Ensure enforcement of federal, state and local regulations pertaining to fire, safety, health and OSHA. Performed duties as Facility Risk Manager, upon retirement of Risk Manager for eight months, at request of Facility Director. Additionally, performed duties of present position congruently until Risk Manager position was filled, received extraordinary contributor rating on performance evaluation. On numerous occasions performed duties as Facility Director upon request of Facility Director during his absence.
Military District of Washington / /
Provost Marshal Office
Operations and Plans Sergeant
* Responsible for supervision of law enforcement and security plans in support of the Military District of Washington, a Major Army Command with a population of , assigned to eight posts in three states and D.C. Personally coordinated, planned and supervised security and law enforcement operations for sixtysix ceremonies and special events involving the President, Vice President, and Foreign dignitaries. Handpicked to run with the President of the United States as the mission team leader providing security in conjunction with the U.S. Secret Service. Planned and coordinated law enforcement and security operations for Commerce Secretary Ronald H. Brown&;s state funeral, coordinated multijurisdictional law enforcement support for the Army Ten Miler, the largest mile race nationwide. Military Police Security Liaison at the Office of Emergency Preparedness, Washington DC, during the Presidential inauguration of President William Jefferson Clinton coordinating all facets of security by all branches of military forces. Directly supervised forty Military Policemen as Platoon Sergeant. Selected over peers to perform duty as First Sergeant, supervising all facets of the Fort Myer Military Police Company daytoday operations of assigned personnel.
Headquarters U.S. Army Japan / /
Camp Zama, Japan
* Combating Terrorism Operations Sergeant
* U.S Army Japan Command&;s subject matter expert in all security and law enforcement issues, responsible for the planning, coordinating and monitoring of all Combating Terrorism funding requests for law enforcement, training and security improvements for three major subordinate commands. Directly advised the Commanding General, US Army Japan, of threat and security recommendations. Briefed high level U.S. and Japanese Government officials, Civilian and /Military, on security and threat situations and recommendations after Tokyo Subway Sarin Gas attack in /. Responsible for certifying the command&;s SWAT Teams during semiannual evaluations. Implemented tough, realistic training in order for Teams to be more efficient during law enforcement crisis situations. Wrote and published the command&;s Combating Terrorism Operation Plan, a page document that covered all facets of prevention, protection, response and plan implementation in response to threat situations. Prepared and submitted annual funding plans, which exceeded $. million, to the Department of the Army. Maintained % accountability of annual funding expenditures of $,
Dennis Shrewsberry current supervisor
Southwestern Virginia Training Center
Dale Woods, Ed. D.
Central Virginia Training Center
Kim Robinette, Ph.D., D. Min.
Program Specialist Prior Supervisor
Southwestern Virginia Training Center
Telephone: , ext. work
ADDITIONAL REFERENCES WILL BE FURNISHED UPON REQUEST AS WELL AS CAREER PORTFOLIO AND PAST PERFORMANCE EVALUATIONS LISTING CITED ACCOMPLISHMENTS.