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LESLIE R. A.
Ft. Washington, MD
experience, assignments are completed in a timely manner, proactive,
analyze problems, flexible, courteous and maintains current and complete
– Present: Retired
I was employed by the United
States Marshall Service as an armed Court Security Officer at the United
States Courts of Appeal, for the th District. I provided
physical security protection and escort for five presidential appointed
judges. I also provided building and staff security. I had authority
that enabled me to enforce federal law on the premise, the inspection
of packages that entered the building with the assistance of electronic
xray equipment and security during courtroom hearings.
May – Present
I am self employed operating
an executive transportation service. I provide professional transportation
service for executives in the metropolitan area Washington, DC, Maryland
and Virginia and some outoftown trips.
While acting as a Sergeant/Senior
Corporal during my tenure with the Prince George’s Police Department,
I handled the career development and growth of the younger officers
in the areas of integrity, problem solving, street survival, report
writing, teamwork and investigations. Also, I had the responsibility
of handling major incidents such as barricades, noncriminal matters,
natural disasters and felonious criminal acts. I was responsible
for ensuring that adequate manpower existed during a specific tour.
Also, I was assigned with Special Operations Division Tactical Unit.
This unit supported the Uniformed Division and handled special events.
As Security Coordinator
at the County Administration Building, I exercised a full range of supervisory
responsibilities in motivating, tracking and monitoring the work of
a squad. This included coordinating and scheduling available staffing
for the physical security for the Prince George’s County Administration
Building on a day, houraday basis. While servicing
as a Security Coordinator, I also assisted the Prince George’s County
Executive Unit, as a plainclothes Executive Protective Officer
during special events.
While TDY from Criminal Investigation
Division to District III, I was assigned to the Robbery
Suppression Team as an Investigator. I utilized my investigative
and interrogation skills in assisting the District III detectives with
unsolved street robberies citizens and courier robberies. During
my tenure at the District III Investigative Unit, I was the lead investigator
assigned to solve and identify open courier robbery cases. My team
and I successfully closed cases.
As a member of the Criminal
Investigative Division CID, I served as a Sexual Assault Investigator.
The experience in CID involved intense investigation and identities
of individuals involved in felonious crimes. I maintained files
of investigations, prepared search warrants, arrest warrants and provided
courtroom testimonies. The closure of many investigations was attributed
to long hours of interviews, interrogations, patience, communication
skills, training and teamwork. Additionally, as a member of CID,
I assisted the Robbery and Homicide Units in their investigations.
I also worked jointly with federal agencies FBI, ATF, and DEA.
Also, I became a Certified
Instructor while assigned to CID. As an instructor, I would
be invited to the Prince George’s County Recruit Academy and the Assistant
States Attorney Grand Jury Office to provide instructions on the elements
of sexual assault crimes.
While assigned to CID, I was
detailed to the Personnel Department, as a Background Investigator.
My primary role was to assist the personnel department with its investigations
in qualifying candidates desiring to become police officers. The
assigned cases involved interviewing the police candidates’ current
employers, prior employers, family members and friends.
I served as a Plainclothes
Narcotic Officer with the Street Narcotic Task Force Wolf Pack.
I gathered intelligence information from citizens’ complaints of narcotic
activity, prior criminal arrests, informants, and surveillance.
The Unit would conduct controlled narcotic purchases in an effort to
identify known drug storehouses and sellers. Search and arrest
warrants would be prepared and executed. Suspects would be processed
into the criminal justice system and later remanded to the department
of corrections after a successful courtroom trial.
While serving as Uniformed
Officer with the Action Unit Attacking Crime through Involvement
of Neighborhoods my duties were to identify and reduce the causes of
citizens’ fears in the community. My mission was to closely
interact with the communities to lessen their unique fears and stresses.
The concept was a citizenoriented rather than a policeoriented project.
Such concerns included elderly citizens afraid of becoming victims in
their homes or on the streets and the fear of juvenile crime or intimidation
by youths. To prevent these fears, the Action Unit program put great
emphasis on “proactive interactions” to prevent situations from
deteriorating into criminal incidents.
While employed with the
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority WMATA as a Transit
Police Officer, I was trained and granted the authority to protect
the citizens who utilized the public transit system in the District
of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia. As a patrol officer, I monitored
pedestrian traffic to ensure their safety and welfare in the subway
system. I was also a member of the plainclothes bus detail.
While employed with the
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority WMATA, I was assigned
with the Revenue Collection Unit. This unit was responsible
for the revenue collection, the physical security, accurate counting
of coins and currency and the treasury deposit.
While serving in the United
States Army as a Military Police Officer, I patrolled various military
installations. My assignments were to protect military equipment,
personnel and secure sensitive areas. Also during my tenure as a Military
Police Officer, I was assigned to the Military District of Washington,
DC to assist the United States Army in recruiting qualified personnel.
Prince George’s Community College Associates in Arts Degree
Curriculum: Law Enforcement
United States Army Military
Police School – Ft. Gordon, GA
United Sates Army BioChemical/Radiological
School – Ft. Hood, TX
United States NonCommissioner
Officer Academy – Ft. Hood, GA
Special Enforcement Techniques
Training – Prince George’s County, MD
United States Department of
Justice/DEA – Prince George’s County, MD
Street Guide to Narcotics/Dangerous
Drugs – Prince George’s County, MD
United States Department of
Justice Interviews and Interrogations – LaPlata, MD
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Interviews and Interrogations – Quanitco, VA
Interrogation Course Baltimore
County Police Department, Baltimore, MD
Child Abuse Investigation –
Certified Instructors’ Training
P – Prince George’s Co. Police Dept., PG Co., MD
Homicide Investigation Training
– Pittsburg, PA
Criminal Justice Information
System – Department of Public Safety, Pikesville, MD
passionate and devoted to service to the fullness of my abilities
Trust: firm with
integrity; the ability to be dependable, maintain confidence on matters
observed and communicated.
well when speaking and writing; able to act as liaison between different
personality types; comfortable and effective communicating with both
superiors and staff.
able to motivate a team of various personalities to perform a task.
to being in positions of responsibility; selfmotivated and willing
to set goals and work to achieve them; never assume “the other person”
use time and resources effectively; consider efficiency, planning,
and accountability very important.
willing to travel at my employer’s discretion to further enhance
my training in accordance with company’s guidelines.
In my spare time, I indulge
in real estate investing, traveling, reading, listening to music, coin
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