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Resume for Brian F. for Law Enforcement / Firefighter / Professional & Consulting Services in Westminster, California




Occupation: Law Enforcement / Firefighter Industry: Professional & Consulting Services
Country: United States City: Westminster
State: California ZIP: 92683



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CURRICULUM VITAE BRIAN D. F., PH.D Home Ph: Cell Ph: Email: EDUCATION Ph.D. in Human Development Fielding Graduate Institute, Santa Barbara, Ca. Dissertation: Personality Traits and Test Anxiety: A Test of the FiveFactor FFM Model of Personality Traits M.A. in Human Development Fielding Graduate Institute, Santa Barbara, Ca. M.A. in Speech Communication California State University, Los Angeles, Ca. Thesis: A Test of the Eye Movement Hypothesis of NeuroLinguistic Programming NLP in Detecting Deception "Special Recognition in Graduate Studies" B.S. in Business Administration University of Phoenix, Diamond Bar, Ca. ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE California State University, Long Beach, Ca. Adjunct Faculty ­ Psychology Courses taught: PSY ­ Critical Thinking PSY ­ Critical Thinking PSY ­ Critical Thinking PSY ­ Critical Thinking PSY ­ Critical Thinking PSY ­ General Psychology PSY ­ Critical Thinking PSY ­ Personality Psychology PSY ­ Critical Thinking PSY ­ Social Psychology PSY ­ Critical Thinking PSY ­ Social Psychology PSY ­ Critical Thinking PSY ­ Critical Thinking PSY ­ Critical Thinking PSY ­ General Psychology PSY ­ Critical Thinking PSY ­ Critical Thinking Present Spring Spring Fall Spring Fall Spring Fall Spring Fall Spring Spring Fall Spring Fall Spring Fall Fall Spring Brian D. F. CV Page Southwestern Law School, Los Angeles, Ca. Adjunct Faculty Course taught: AX ­ Alternative Sentencing and Correctional Education AX ­ Alternative Sentencing and Correctional Education Woodbury University, Burbank, Ca. Adjunct Faculty ­ Organizational Leadership Courses taught: OL Leadership and Social Responsibility OL Leadership and Organizational Psychology OL Strategic Communication OL Strategic Communication OL Leadership and Organizational Psychology East Los Angeles College, Monterey Park, Ca. Adjunct Faculty ­ Administration of Justice Courses taught: AJ Criminal Investigations AJ Introduction to Corrections AJ Introduction to Criminal Law AJ ­ Patrol procedures AJ Introduction to Criminal Law Cerritos College, Cerritos, Ca. Adjunct Faculty ­ Administration of Justice Courses taught: AJ Substantive Law AJ Criminal Investigations AJ ­ Substantive Law AJ ­ Criminal Investigations AJ ­ Criminal Investigations AJ ­ Substantive Law Riverside College, Riverside, Ca. Adjunct Faculty ­ Communication Studies Courses taught: SPE Public speaking SPE Interpersonal communication Fall Fall/Spring Interim Spring Summer Summer Spring Spring Fall Spring Fall Spring Fall Spring Spring Fall Spring Fall Spring Summer Spring LAW ENFORCEMENT EXPERIENCE Los Angeles County Sheriff&;s Department Lieutenant ­ Crescenta Valley Station Brian D. F. CV Page Duties: Provide leadership and direct supervision to field personnel, including deputy sheriff&;s, community service officers, parking control officers, and jailers; provide supervision for critical incidents; investigate and review uses of force, personnel complaints, civil claims, personnel injuries, crime reports; develop, oversee, and provide training; supervise staffing and variances; complete performance evaluations; oversee all matters pertaining to facility security, monitor station jail standards, and oversee desk operations; and mentor new supervisors and employees. Inmate Services Bureau ­ Business Management Unit Lieutenant ­ Manager of Business Management Unit Duties: Oversee revenuegenerating contracting, including telephones, vending, and commissary approximately $ million annually. Review and approve purchase orders for expenditures involving Inmate Welfare Commission funding, such as education, vocational training, and other inmaterelated expenses. Monitor monthly business report of expenses and assets, liaison with members of Inmate Welfare Commission, oversee special projects, represent BMU at Sheriff&;s Department functions, manage monthly Title meetings, and supervise sworn and professional staff members Offender Services Bureau ­ EducationBased Incarceration Lieutenant ­ Program director for Education Based Incarceration EBI Duties: Provide leadership and guidance for all activities and projects pertaining to EducationBased Incarceration, including the supervision of EBI staff; oversight of special projects including Discovery Education, student workbooks, and EBI publications; training of EBI facilitators and volunteers; creation of EBI inmate briefings; liaison with Inmate Welfare Commission; manage EBI project funds; chair EBI steering committee; evaluate all EBI related activities; and represent EBI at local and national conferences and speaking engagements. Pitchess Detention Center ­ East Facility Lieutenant ­ PM shift watch commander Duties: Provide leadership and supervision to all personnel on PM shift, including sergeants, supervising line deputies, deputy sheriffs, and custody assistants; oversee all matters regarding facility security; manage all critical incidents; review all critical incidents, use of force, personnel injuries, crime reports, and inmate discipline and injuries; investigate personnel complaints; oversee training; supervise staffing and variances; complete and approval performance evaluations; and mentor new supervisors and employees. Training Bureau Sergeant ­ Training Coordinator/Primary Instructor: Deputy Leadership Institute Duties: Provide leadership and guidance for all activities related to the Department&;s leadership training program DLI, including the supervision of deputy personnel and office staff; develop and facilitate leadership curriculum; facilitate the day DLI continuum; train and evaluate facilitators; represent the DLI program at speaking engagements and interdepartmental training requests; and oversee special projects, including the development of the Lieutenant&;s Interactive Format for Education LIFE course and Watch Commander Conflict Management course. Brian D. F. CV Page Professional Development Bureau Sergeant ­ Training coordinator: LASD University Consortium Duties: Provide leadership and vision for all activities pertaining to LASD University, including assisting prospective students with school placement; liaison with college and university representatives; represent LASD University at public functions and community activities; evaluate perspective schools and programs; and coordinate graduations. Custody Division Twin Towers Correctional Facility Sergeant ­ Line supervisor and relief watch commander Duties: Provide leadership and direct supervision to supervising line deputies, deputy sheriffs, and custody assistants; ensure facility security; oversee inmate movement and housing; provide supervision for critical incidents; review use of force, personnel injuries, crime reports, and inmate discipline and injuries; investigate personnel complaints; oversee training; complete performance evaluations; and mentor new supervisors and employees. Custody Division Century Regional Detention Center Sergeant ­ Administration/operations and relief watch commander Duties: Provide leadership and administrative support, including the review of critical incidents, use of force, personnel injuries, personnel complaints, training, and performance evaluations; oversee special projects; and supervise office staff. Field Operations Region I: Temple Station Sergeant ­ Field supervisor and relief watch commander Duties: Provide leadership and direct supervision to field personnel, including deputy sheriff&;s, community service officers, parking control officers, and jailers; provide supervision for critical incidents; review use of force, personnel injuries, crime reports; investigate personnel complaints; develop, oversee, and provide training; supervise staffing and variances; complete performance evaluations; and mentor new supervisors and employees. Commercial Crimes Bureau: Forgery/Fraud Detail Deputy Sheriff Bonus II ­ Fraud detective Duties: Investigate forgery and fraud cases, including review of crime reports and evidence; prepare supplemental crime reports; interview victims, witnesses, and suspects; prepare and serve search warrants; process crime scene evidence; prepare cases for criminal filing and prosecution; and testify as an expert witness. Advanced Training Bureau: Field Training Officer FTO unit Deputy Sheriff Bonus I ­ Training/curriculum development Duties: Provide leadership and vision in the creation of the deputy sheriff field training program, including the development of curriculum for five phases of patrol training; evaluations of each phase; and standardized procedures for FTO selection. Brian D. F. CV Page Advanced Training Bureau: Advanced Training Unit Deputy Sheriff Bonus I ­ Training/curriculum development Duties: Provide leadership and training to law enforcement personnel, including the development of training curriculum and courses; coordinate instructors and resources; liaison with law enforcement organizations throughout the country; provide training in a variety of law enforcement topics, such as interview and interrogation, narcotics investigations, and patrol procedures; and evaluate and mentor instructors. Detective Division: Headquarters Narcotics Deputy Sheriff Bonus I ­ Narcotics detective Duties: Investigate narcotics cases, including review of crime reports and evidence; prepare supplemental crime reports; interview victims, witnesses, and suspects; prepare and serve search warrants; process crime scene evidence; prepare cases for criminal filing and prosecution; provide training to field personnel; and testify as an expert witness. Field Operations Region III: Lakewood Station Deputy Sheriff Bonus I ­ Field Training Officer FTO Duties: Provide public safety leadership, including all law enforcement related calls for service; criminal investigations; crime scene management; interviews of witnesses, victims, and suspects; prepare criminal and supplemental reports; enforce traffic laws; investigate traffic collisions; and provide formal training to newly assigned deputy sheriffs. Custody Division: Hall of Justice Jail Deputy Sheriff Generalist ­ Jailor Duties: Provide direct supervision and facility security, including inmate movement and housing; security for critical incidents; investigate crimes; and prepare crime reports. Administrative Division: Academy Class Cadet Duties: Instruction and preparation for law enforcement duties, including the study of applicable federal, state, and local statutes; defensive tactics; firearms; physical fitness; patrol and custody procedures; and report writing. BOOKS F., B. D. In Progress Ed.. Law enforcement ethics: Classic and contemporary challenges for the new millennium. Thousand Oak, CA: Sage Publications. F., B. D., & Normore, A. H. Eds. . Educationbased incarceration and recidivism: The ultimate social justice crimefighting tool. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing. Normore, A. H., & F., B. D. Eds. . Ethical leadership in education, corrections, and law enforcement: A commitment to excellence and inclusiveness. Austin, TX: Emerald Books. Brian D. F. CV Page BOOK CHAPTERS F., B. D., & Jones, C. In Press. Social learning theory: A paradigm for understanding law enforcement misconduct. In B.D. F. Ed., Law enforcement ethics: Classic and contemporary challenges for the new millennium pp. XXX ­ XXX. Thousand Oak, CA: Sage Publications. F., B. D., Jones, C., & Pannel, L. In Press. Rhetoric versus reality: What&;s wrong with law enforcement training ­ and how to fix it. In B.D. F. Ed., Law enforcement ethics: Classic and contemporary challenges for the new millennium pp. XXX ­ XXX. Thousand Oak, CA: Sage Publications. F., B. D., Means, R. B., & Seidel, G. In Press. The role of supervision in motivating and maintaining a culture of ethics. In B.D. F. Ed., Law enforcement ethics: Classic and contemporary challenges for the new millennium pp. XXX ­ XXX. Thousand Oak, CA: Sage Publications. F., B. D. In Press. Introduction. In B.D. F. Ed., Law enforcement ethics: Classic and contemporary challenges for the new millennium pp. XXX ­ XXX. Thousand Oak, CA: Sage Publications. F., B. D., & Delevi, R. . A review of evidence. The case for educationbased incarceration. In Brian D. F. and Anthony H. Normore Eds., Educationbased incarceration and recidivism: The ultimate social justice crimefighting tool pp. . Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing. F., B. D., Mulhausen, J., & Mattson, B. . Disruptive innovation: The role of technology in advancing educational achievement among inmate populations. In Brian D. F. and Anthony H. Normore Eds., Educationbased incarceration and recidivism: The ultimate social justice crimefighting tool pp. . Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing. Normore, A. H., F., B. D., & Camp, S. . Summary, implications, and recommendations. In Brian D. F. and Anthony H. Normore Eds., Educationbased incarceration and recidivism: The ultimate social justice crimefighting tool pp. . Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing. Normore, A. H., F., B. D., & Camp, S. . Prologue. In Brian D. F. and Anthony H. Normore Eds, Educationbased incarceration and recidivism: The ultimate social justice crimefighting tool pp. ixxiv. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing. F., B. D. . Examining the ethical failures of law enforcement. In Anthony H. Normore and Brian D. F. Eds., Ethical leadership in education, corrections, and law enforcement: A commitment to excellence and inclusiveness pp. . Austin, TX: Emerald Books. F., B. D., Normore, A.H., & Werner, D. . Theories of crime: The influence of value attributions on correctional education. In Anthony H. Normore and Brian D. F. Eds., Ethical leadership in education, corrections, and law enforcement: A commitment to excellence and inclusiveness pp. . Austin, TX: Emerald Books. Brian D. F. CV Page Normore, A. H., & F., B. D. . Introduction. In Anthony H. Normore and Brian D. F. Eds., Ethical leadership in education, corrections, and law enforcement: A commitment to excellence and inclusiveness pp. xixiii. Austin, TX: Emerald Books. PUBLICATIONS F., B. D. . Rethinking law enforcement ethics. FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, , . F., B. D. , May. Performance management: Understanding how consequences motivate behavior. Law Enforcement Executive Forum, , . F., B. D. . The two roles of supervision in performance counseling. FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, , . F., B. D. . Understanding the psychology of police misconduct. Police Chief, , . F., B. D. . Attitudes and performance: The impact of selffulfilling prophecies. FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, , . F., B. D. , Selection interviews: The psychology of first impressions. Police Chief, , . F., B. D. . Making good decisions: Tips and strategies for avoiding psychological traps. FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, : ; and Auspol, , . F., B. D. . Educationbased incarceration: The ultimate crime fighting strategy. Deputy and Court Officer Magazine, , . F., B. D., & Means, R.B. . The IMPACT principles: A model of interpersonal communication for law enforcement. Police Chief, , . F., B.D. . Authority versus power: Implication for law enforcement leaders. Law Enforcement Executive Form, , . F., B. D. . Emotional Intelligence: Practical advice for law enforcement. Police Chief, , . F., B. D. . Principlebased decision making for law enforcement. Law and Order Magazine, , . Dulla, J. M., & F., B. D. . Meeting the demands of a college educated public workforce: Los Angeles Sheriff&;s Department University LASDU Consortium. The Journal of California Law Enforcement, , . F., B. D. . Employee motivation: Rethinking the supervisor&;s role. Law and Order Magazine, , . F., B. D. . An introduction to facilitation: Six keys to success in the classroom. California Peace Officer, Fall, . Page Brian D. F. CV F., B. D. . Deputy Leadership Institute. Star News, : . OTHER PUBLICATIONS F., B.D. . Educationbased incarceration: Facilitator&;s manual. Los Angeles County Sheriff&;s Department Vocational Printing Services. F., B.D. . How to get a job. Los Angeles County Sheriff&;s Department Vocational Printing services. F., B.D. . Education is a way of life: Lifelong learning guide. Los Angeles County Sheriff&;s Department: Vocational Printing Services. F., B.D. . Conflict management for watch commanders: Student workbook. Los Angeles County Sheriff&;s Department: Vocational Printing Services. F., B.D. . Conflict resolution and anger management: Student workbook. Los Angeles County Sheriff&;s Department: Vocational Printing Services. F., B.D., & Stringham, C.B. . Lieutenant&;s Interactive Format for Education: Student workbook. Los Angeles County Sheriff&;s Department: Vocational Printing Services. F., B.D. . I.M.P.A.C.T. student workbook and rater&;s guide. Thomas and Means, LLP. INVITED PRESENTATIONS, CONFERENCES AND PAPERS Normore, A.H., & F., B.D . Authentic and purposedriven leadership in support of educationbased incarceration. Paper presented at the International Leadership and Values Conference, Victoria, British Columbia, Sept. . F., B.D., & Normore, A.H. Educationbased incarceration: Changing the way we incarcerate. Workshop presented at the th Annual National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice, St. Louis, Missouri, July . Baca, L.D., & F., B.D. . Educationbased incarceration: The ultimate crime fighting tool. Workshop presented at the th Annual National Sheriff&;s Association NSA Conference, Anaheim, California, June . F., B.D., & Dulla, J. M. . Backward instructional systems design: Linking learning objectives, assessment, and curriculum. Workshop presented at the th Annual California State University CSU Regional Symposium on Teaching, held at California State University at San Bernardino, California, April . F., B.D., . IMPACT: A model of communication and emotional management. Workshop presented at annual conference of The Society of Police Futurists International, held at the Public Safety Leadership Development Consortium, Houston, Texas, November . F., B.D., & Dulla, J.M. . Using media and facilitated discussion to teach ethical leadership. Workshop presented at theth Annual California State University Regional Symposium on Teaching, California State University at San Lois Obispo, California, May . Brian D. F. CV Page F., B.D. . Emotional Intelligence primer for Sup

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