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Leslie K. B.
Leadership and Executive
Experience | Public Safety and Security Expertise
Training, Operations, International Program and Incident Management
with continuing success in directing and developing safety and security
in organizations and programs, with a focus on mission driven leadership,
team development, collaboration, sound fiscal management and organizational
growth. Strong background in policy development, operational planning
and strategic implementation. Excels at building international collaborations
and liaising between broad populations such as government officials,
local community leaders, clients, and donors. Represents the organization’s
constituency through effective media relations, outstanding speaking
skills, and mentorship. Expertise in management and supervision,
safety and security in workplaces and facilities, threat assessment,
training administration and program management, investigations, interviewing
and interrogation, and critical incident and disaster management.
Owner and consultant at Strategic Communication Consulting: organization
development, strategic planning, fund development, and training organizations;
Permanent Intermittent Police Officer,, California Exposition
and State Fair Police Department, Sacramento.
Operations Commander, University
of California Police Department
Patrol and Investigations | Emergency Operations |
Budget Management| Special Programs
Captain of Operations with employees
responsible for police operations on the entire UC Davis campus, a community
of , students, staff and faculty, as well as a major metropolitan
medical center, research facilities, nursing and medical schools, and
high risk special events. Managed allocation of $. million for
departmental budget with the Chief of Police.
Commander of emergency
response and investigations involving oncampus shooter; served as key
Department liaison between campus leaders and students, District Attorney’s
office, and all investigative and forensic procedural needs among college
and local law enforcement authorities.
Appointed Interim Chief
of Police during leadership transition based upon both expertise and
ability to meet the needs of campus groups and local organizations.
Led the development and
implementation of a Protective Service Officer program at the National
Primate Research Center, securing funding and donations of time, equipment
Directed and oversaw evaluation,
analysis, and revision of training programs to ensure critical compliance
with California Peace Officer Standards and Training guidelines.
Reinstituted the Patrol
Bicycle Program at the campus with the largest bicycling population
in the nation to quickly and effectively resolve car and bicycle traffic
Implemented threat assessment
planning and protocols, resulting in a more efficient response to threat
incidents on campus.
Consultant to campus community
and facility projects to advise on crime prevention through environmental
design, threat assessment recommendations, and individual case management
Led confidential and sensitive
internal investigations, management development programs, and school
violence response training for campus leaders.
Leslie K. B., Page
County Sheriff’s Department
Direction, Management, and Supervisory Oversight of Police Teams and
in Patrol, Security, Training, and Correctional Divisions; direction
of sworn and civilian staff, community programs, patrol services,
Division budgets and training, and special projects.
Security commander directing
Family, Traffic, Small Claims, and Juvenile courts; direction, management,
and oversight of four courthouse facilities and all safety and security
planning, personnel, and program implementation.
Coordination of security
services to serve court needs of judges, court advocates, attorneys,
social workers, and members of the public.
Commander of all patrol
services countywide; direction of staff, special teams, and personnel
functions; policy development and implementation of community oriented
policing programs; command of critical incidents and disasters.
Nominated by Sheriff to
attend the FBI National Academy, Law Enforcement Leadership Program.
Initiated organizational intervention with the FBI Police Department
and successfully organized agency change recommendations.
Management Consultant to
the California Peace Officer Standards and Training; led the Instructor
Certification Program, Master Instructor Development Program, and learning
Served as Interim Dean
of the American River College Public Safety Training Center; responsible
for curriculum quality and presentation, fiscal management, human resource
functions, direction of programs, contract negotiation and oversight,
and facilities and resource management.
Executive Officer of the
Division of Training and Reserve Forces. Responsible for presentation
of all Department training; commanded the Sheriff’s Training Academy.
Developed and presented specialized training for sworn personnel statewide,
including mandated training in Law Enforcement Response to Domestic
Violence and Supervisory Course.
Specialized educator at
community colleges, academies, and allied agencies throughout Northern
California in Supervision and Management, Domestic Violence, Law Enforcement
Ethics, Interviewing and Interrogation Techniques, Tactical Communications,
Search and Seizure Law, and Child and Elder Abuse.
Direct provider of public
safety and security protection to the citizens of Sacramento County
as a Deputy Sheriff, Detective/Investigator, Sergeant, Lieutenant, and
International Program Consultant,
The Kenya Orphanage Project
Lake Wylie, S.C.
Strategic Planning, and Operational Intervention for a NonProfit Funding
a School and Orphanage Program in Kenya
Created and implemented development
program and strategic planning for this nonprofit organization whose
mission is to support a children’s center and school for children
orphaned by AIDS in Nairobi, Kenya.
Leslie K. B., Page
Strategically planned and
coordinated logistics and operations for intervention in the field on
behalf of nonprofit, donors, sponsors, partner organizations, and children
of subject orphanage.
Facilitated and produced
critical reporting to government organizations in Nairobi on behalf
of the nonprofit and children at the orphanage following the discovery
of corruption and misappropriation of funding. Initiated reporting,
which led to current U.S investigations.
investigation and audit into funding disbursements sent to the orphanage’s
education principal, uncovering reporting discrepancies resulting in
redirection of fiscal planning and funding process and termination of
the subject employee.
Conducted search and rescue
of children ejected from the facility, successfully locating them and
assuring their safe relocation to secure environments; facilitated location,
logistics, and enrollment into alternative educational institutions
and coordinated funding for support.
ICITAP, The Philippines
Gender Based Violence, El Salvador
and Community Training Course Development
Mock Disaster Training
consultant for development and presentation of police training in the
Produced and presented
Public Relations, Media Relations, and Disaster Planning to executive,
investigative, and field police personnel.
Developed and implemented
mock scenario disaster drill of terrorist takeover at airport.
representative expert in El Salvador for collaboration to influence
public policy and train judicial members, police, social workers, health
officials, and community members in developing government response to
family violence. Developed and presented training and led community
meetings between stakeholders and government officials.
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
Master of Human
Resources and Organizational Development
University of San Francisco
Extension, Sacramento, CA
Bachelor of Arts,
University of South
Florida, Tampa, FL
Academy Certification, Leadership Program
Federal Bureau of Investigation
National Academy, Quantico, VA
Management, Design, and Implementation Expert
California Peace Officer
Standards and Training, Sacramento, CA
Program, NonProfit Resource Center
Fiscal Reporting, Human Resource Management