Sheridon M. Reece – resume

Sheridon M. Reece

Smithfield, VA  23430  USA

(757) 951-8755 / sheridonreece@gmail.com

OBJECTIVE: Manager, Supervisor, Background Investigator, or Administrator

CAREER SUMMARY

  • 12 years, Law Enforcement, Security (public/private)
  • 3 years, U.S. Army Reserves, Administrative Specialist, SGT/E-5, Hon. Dis: 08/07
  • 3 years, Customer Service Representative 
  • 1+ year, Sales and Electronics Specialist / Computer Repair, Desktop Support Tech.

PROFESSIONAL LAW ENFORCEMENT PORTFOLIO

08/16 – present, Nuclear Security Officer II

Dominion Energy, Surry, VA

  • Provide protection for the Dominion Energy nuclear site; monitoring and maintaining entry processing of all individuals into protected and vital areas of the plant through verification of identity and entrance authorization; manage/monitor access to the plant for customers, employees, and visitors
  • Create and manage work schedules, requesting/approving overtime, and vacation requests; supervise 30+ employees, including Security Officers/Security Officer Specialists, as a Response Team Leader 
  • Researched, initiated, and requested special safety variant allowing cold-weather hats to be worn under hard hats during cold weather; received approval/implemented cold-weather gear allowances
  • Operate/maintain security-related equipment, including Harris Radio System, explosive/weapons detectors, x-ray screeners, alarm systems (e.g., early detection, door intrusion) for an 840-acre facility
  • Compile digital security reports for premise, electronic security systems, and hardware detailing lighting reports monthly to ensure the station was adequately lit after sundown, broken/malfunctioning equipment requiring repair (daily), and manning reports
  • Train 30+ officers over four years for circa 3 to 4 classes annually; responsible for presenting pre-designated curriculum with personally developed training methodologies
  • Manage oversight of equipment valued at >$1M
  • Researched, analyzed, developed, and implemented an employee rotation schedule that reduced worker fatigue leading to less sick time requests; enabled policy change approval for access to electronics for limited use to ensure officers in low-activity areas had stimulation to keep awake on midnight shifts, resulting in zero human performance errors or nuclear regulatory commission fines since implementation

03/15 – 02/16, Police Officer II

James City County Police Department, Williamsburg, VA

  • Respond to requests for assistance; calls involving emergencies, complaints, violations, crimes in progress, accidents; dispatches police officers to investigate incidents and assist in emergencies; conduct traffic enforcement, investigations, corrections; and write reports 
  • Utilized and maintained vehicle radio, computer, guns, ammunition, and equipment
  • Provided assistance to the community, surrounding areas, employees, and emergency staff
  • Responded to requests for assistance; calls involving emergencies, complaints, violations, crimes in progress, accidents, dispatches police officers to investigate incidents and assist in emergencies to the general public involving non-criminal activities, e.g., traffic accidents, street hazards, and law enforcement intervention requirements
  • Patrolled/responded to reports of criminal activities requiring law enforcement intervention, including homicides, sexual assaults, robberies, property crimes, domestic violence, vice, and narcotics-related activities, and crimes by/against juveniles; pursued and/or apprehended suspects, conducted arrests, dispatched calls, prioritized; directed officers on location
  • Interviewed/interrogated victims, witnesses, suspects, and contact persons; and protected the crime scene for processing; and processes suspects
  • Conducted search and analysis of crime scene(s) at crime scenes; use police science technical procedures, including photography, fingerprint detection/identification, and footprint casting
  • Performed administrative duties in law enforcement, planning, and operations, including preparing and presenting court testimony; training; maintaining associated case files; preparing and completing forms, narrative reports, and correspondence; prepared written, computerized reports on activities observed and performed; testified in court as witness per investigation results and evidence 
  • Assisted with calls involving narcotics and arrest/search warrants; coordinated with the team for breach, arrests, and transport of individuals to and from the bureau
  • Conducted surveillance on targets of investigations in liaison and coordination with Special Investigations Unit investigating mid- to high-level narcotics dealers to establish probable cause for search warrants; completed operational plans and attended briefings with detectives from the narcotics unit and swat officers; supervise confidential informants during narcotic investigations
  • Managed lethal and less-lethal equipment; tasers and cartridges, shields, firearms (pistols, rifles, level III weapons, and shotguns), radios, ammunition, ballistic helmets, ballistic vests (soft/hard)
  • Performed police officer activities, including protection level resources, installation entry control, armed response, and dispatch; conduct procedures to execute search and apprehension and/or counter-violence posing a threat to the public
  • Escorted persons/valuables; drive emergency vehicles; detect/report potential fire and accident hazards, conduct preliminary checks of violations, and preparing reports of incidents or security conditions
  • Provided assistance, medical attention, emotional support, or other personal care to victims of crimes, subjects, suspects, and/or coworkers
  • Responded to emergency calls, answer calls for assistance, exercises arrest authority, investigates situations, detains witnesses, administers first aid, summons assistance, preserves evidence in reported crimes; respond to catastrophic events, enemy attacks, and threats to installations
  • Mentored one police officer (entry-level) for job tasks and duties

07/09 – 02/15, Field Training Officer

Newport News Police Department, Newport News, VA

  • Conducted Background investigations of potential new hires to police force
  • Supervised seven police officers
  • Trained 1 to 2 police officers per training event (daily) for ~85 classes over two years for a total of nine
  • Respond to requests for assistance; calls involving emergencies, complaints, violations, crimes in progress, accidents; dispatches police officers to investigate incidents and assist in emergencies; conduct traffic enforcement, investigations, corrections; and write reports 
  • Utilized and maintained vehicle radio, computer, guns, ammunition, and equipment
  • Provided assistance to the community, surrounding areas, employees, and emergency staff
  • Responded to requests for assistance; calls involving emergencies, complaints, violations, crimes in progress, accidents, dispatches police officers to investigate incidents and assist in emergencies to the general public involving non-criminal activities, e.g., traffic accidents, street hazards, and law enforcement intervention requirements
  • Patrolled/responded to reports of criminal activities requiring law enforcement intervention, including homicides, sexual assaults, robberies, property crimes, domestic violence, vice, and narcotics-related activities, and crimes by/against juveniles
  • Pursued and/or apprehended suspects, conducted arrests, dispatched calls, prioritized, and directed officers on location
  • Interviewed/interrogated victims, witnesses, suspects, and contact persons; and protected the crime scene for processing; and processes suspects
  • Conducted search and analysis of crime scene(s) at crime scenes; use police science technical procedures, including photography, fingerprint detection/identification, and footprint casting
  • Performed administrative duties in law enforcement, planning, and operations, including preparing and presenting court testimony; training; maintaining associated case files; preparing and completing forms, narrative reports, and correspondence; prepared computerized reports on activities observed and performed
  • Testified in court as witness per investigation results and evidence 
  • Assisted with calls involving narcotics and arrest/search warrants; coordinated with the team for breach, arrests, and transport of individuals to and from the bureau
  • Conducted surveillance on targets of investigations in liaison and coordination with Special Investigations Unit investigating mid- to high-level narcotics dealers to establish probable cause for search warrants; completed operational plans and attended briefings with detectives from the narcotics unit and swat officers; supervise confidential informants during narcotic investigations
  • Managed lethal and less-lethal equipment; tasers and cartridges, shields, firearms (pistols, rifles, level III weapons, and shotguns), radios, ammunition, ballistic helmets, ballistic vests (soft/hard)
  • Performed police officer activities, including protection level resources, installation entry control, armed response, and dispatch; conduct procedures to execute search and apprehension and/or counter-violence posing a threat to the public
  • Escorted persons/valuables; drive emergency vehicles; detect/report potential fire and accident hazards, conduct preliminary checks of violations, and preparing reports of incidents or security conditions
  • Provided assistance, medical attention, emotional support, or other personal care to victims of crimes, subjects, suspects, and/or coworkers
  • Responded to emergency calls, answer calls for assistance, exercises arrest authority, investigates situations, detains witnesses, administers first aid, summons assistance, preserves evidence in reported crimes; respond to catastrophic events, enemy attacks, and threats to installations

OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

04/16 – 08/16, HBC Stocker / Supply Chain Logistician, Food Lion, Richmond, VA

  • Responsible for merchandising displays, advertisement changes (update with new signs; remove old sales signs), maintenance of walkways, and merchandise order reviews
  • Unload merchandise trucks, including ‘breaking down’ and separating boxes and merchandise into organized segmented storage for inventory ‘picking’ for front of the store
  • Ensured all merchandise had the proper signage, built displays, and replenished merchandise
  • Operated Computer Assisted Ordering (CAO) system to update inventory counts, maintain correct stock on hand, and ensure forecasting correct for upcoming sales and specials

05/07 – 07/09, Customer Service Representative, Dish Network, Christiansburg, VA

  • Responded to an average of 70-100 telephone inquiries daily to resolve issues per balance, transactions, and statement history on their accounts and funneling Level 2 issues to higher levels or supervisor(s); performed transactional research and negotiated fee reversals

01/08 – 05/09, Shop Monitor, Calibration Tech, Production Inspector, Magnolia, Hillsville, VA

  • Monitored machinery to identify concerns and make corrections or report complex problems
  • Coordinated with machine operators in setup and operation of production equipment, including transportation and moving product between equipment, conveyors, and staging areas
  • Calibrated machines to maintain required productivity levels and quality standards compliance
  • Inspected final products for compliance with quality standards and established tolerances

11/07 – 01/08, Customer Representative, Results, Galax, VA

  • Performed business development and sales via cold calls to new vehicle owners to push and activate a 90-day free trial for SiriusXM satellite radio, including use of demographic-related channel suggestions in music, news, and sports using probing questions
  • Simultaneously used SiriusXM customer database, the ServiCom script, email capture application, and the client’s main website during sales communications

08/06 – 11/07, Electronics Specialist, Sears, Christiansburg, VA

  • Processed customer sales, including cash, check, and debit/credit card transactions
  • Assisted customers in purchasing decisions for electronics; cross-sell items to increase sales
  • Unloaded, stocked freight, shelved merchandise, and set up visual displays; tracked deliveries, maintained housekeeping for the department, and answered phones
  • Completed keyholder tasking for opening and closing department/store
  • Supervised up to three new employees, providing guidance and task prioritization

03/04 – 08/07, Administrative Specialist, United States Army Reserves, Salem, VA

  • Supervised and managed deployment-related, administrative, personnel documentation for a division of between 10,000 to 15,000 reservists
  • Supervised five privates (levels E-1 to E-3) with the job title of administrative specialists, responsible for administrative processing of deployment paperwork
  • Researched, analyzed, developed, created, and implemented training curriculum one weekend per month for circa 10 learners per class, for 11 classes, total for emergency combat situations and situational awareness

FORMAL EDUCATION

07/15, Bachelor of Science, Criminal Justice, Herzing University, Menomonee Falls, WI; GPA: 4.0;

Courses: Criminal Law, Professional Development, Statistics, Psychology, Criminal Justice, Criminology, Law & Judicial Process, Corrections, Law Enforcement Security, Ethics in Law Enforcement, Evidence Forensics, Juvenile Justice, Criminal Investigation, Community Health, Algebra, Information Literacy, and Mathematics

05/07, Bachelor of Science, Pre-Business, Radford University, Radford, VA; Courses: Information Technology, Computer Science, Trigonometry & Analyst Geometry, Politics, Higher Education, Economics, Sociology, Business Law, Accounting, Statistics, Business Calculus, and Knowledge & Reality

JOB-RELATED CAREER TRAINING / CERTIFICATIONS

  • 2015 – 2016, Certification, CPR, First Aid, and AED (Automated External Defibrillator), James City County Police Dept., Williamsburg, VA
  • 2016, Certification, First Line Supervision, James City County Police Dept., VA
  • 2016, Nuclear Security Officer Academy, Dominion Energy, Surry, VA
  • 2015, Certification, Use of Force: Law and Policy, James City County Police Dept., VA
  • 2015, Certification, Sovereign Citizens, James City County Police Dept., VA
  • 2015, Certification, Use of Force: Taser & Baton, James City County Police Dept., VA
  • 2015, Certification, Constitutional Policing, James City County Police Dept., VA
  • 2015, Certification, Firearms Basic, James City County Police Dept., VA
  • 2015, OSHA and Infectious Disease, James City County Police Dept., VA
  • 2015, Stormwater Pollution Prevention, Newport News Police Dept., Newport News, VA
  • 2014, Certification, Radar Operator, Newport News Police Dept., Newport News, VA
  • 2014, Certification, Mental Health Training, Newport News Police Dept., Newport News, VA
  • 2014, Certification, Crisis Intervention, Newport News Police Dept., Newport News, VA
  • 2013, Certification, VCIN Level C Basic, Newport News Police Dept., Newport News, VA 
  • 2013, Certification, Field Training, Newport News Police Dept., Newport News, VA
  • 2011, Certification, IS-800 National Response Framework, Newport News Police Dept., Newport News, VA
  • 2011, Certification, Emergency Management (Incident Command System), Newport News Police Dept., Newport News, VA
  • 2009, Police Academy, Newport News Police Dept., Newport News, VA

HARDWARE / SOFTWARE / TECHNICAL / COMPUTER

  • Custom-building/troubleshooting desktop computers (built three personal computers, plus 20 computers for Carroll County High School; installed software and imaging hard drives)
  • Microsoft O365: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook
  • National Crime Information Center (NCIC)
  • Windows Operating System (OS)
  • LinkedIn:  www.linkedin.com/in/sheridon-reece

RECOGNITION / AWARDS

  • 2016, Class President, Nuclear Security Officer Academy, Dominion Energy, Surry, VA
  • 07/15, Presidents List; Academic Achievement Award, Herzing University, Menomonee Falls, WI
  • 2012, Outstanding Performance Award, Newport News Police Department, Newport News, VA
  • 2012, Lifesaving Award, Newport News Police Department, Newport News, VA
  • 2012, Community Commendation Letters, professionalism, and assistance in security, Newport News Police Department, Newport News, VA
  • 2011, Virginia DNA data bank identification, Newport News Police Department, Newport News, VA
  • 2010, Recognized, Camera Operation, Tape Management, and Quality Control, Newport News Police Department, Newport News, VA
  • 2005, Certificate of Achievement (281 score on Army PT Test), United States Army, Fort Jackson, SC

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Sheridon M. Reece – resume

Sheridon M. Reece

Smithfield, VA  23430  USA

(757) 951-8755 / sheridonreece@gmail.com

OBJECTIVE: Manager, Supervisor, Background Investigator, or Administrator

CAREER SUMMARY

  • 12 years, Law Enforcement, Security (public/private)
  • 3 years, U.S. Army Reserves, Administrative Specialist, SGT/E-5, Hon. Dis: 08/07
  • 3 years, Customer Service Representative 
  • 1+ year, Sales and Electronics Specialist / Computer Repair, Desktop Support Tech.

PROFESSIONAL LAW ENFORCEMENT PORTFOLIO

08/16 – present, Nuclear Security Officer II

Dominion Energy, Surry, VA

  • Provide protection for the Dominion Energy nuclear site; monitoring and maintaining entry processing of all individuals into protected and vital areas of the plant through verification of identity and entrance authorization; manage/monitor access to the plant for customers, employees, and visitors
  • Create and manage work schedules, requesting/approving overtime, and vacation requests; supervise 30+ employees, including Security Officers/Security Officer Specialists, as a Response Team Leader 
  • Researched, initiated, and requested special safety variant allowing cold-weather hats to be worn under hard hats during cold weather; received approval/implemented cold-weather gear allowances
  • Operate/maintain security-related equipment, including Harris Radio System, explosive/weapons detectors, x-ray screeners, alarm systems (e.g., early detection, door intrusion) for an 840-acre facility
  • Compile digital security reports for premise, electronic security systems, and hardware detailing lighting reports monthly to ensure the station was adequately lit after sundown, broken/malfunctioning equipment requiring repair (daily), and manning reports
  • Train 30+ officers over four years for circa 3 to 4 classes annually; responsible for presenting pre-designated curriculum with personally developed training methodologies
  • Manage oversight of equipment valued at >$1M
  • Researched, analyzed, developed, and implemented an employee rotation schedule that reduced worker fatigue leading to less sick time requests; enabled policy change approval for access to electronics for limited use to ensure officers in low-activity areas had stimulation to keep awake on midnight shifts, resulting in zero human performance errors or nuclear regulatory commission fines since implementation

03/15 – 02/16, Police Officer II

James City County Police Department, Williamsburg, VA

  • Respond to requests for assistance; calls involving emergencies, complaints, violations, crimes in progress, accidents; dispatches police officers to investigate incidents and assist in emergencies; conduct traffic enforcement, investigations, corrections; and write reports 
  • Utilized and maintained vehicle radio, computer, guns, ammunition, and equipment
  • Provided assistance to the community, surrounding areas, employees, and emergency staff
  • Responded to requests for assistance; calls involving emergencies, complaints, violations, crimes in progress, accidents, dispatches police officers to investigate incidents and assist in emergencies to the general public involving non-criminal activities, e.g., traffic accidents, street hazards, and law enforcement intervention requirements
  • Patrolled/responded to reports of criminal activities requiring law enforcement intervention, including homicides, sexual assaults, robberies, property crimes, domestic violence, vice, and narcotics-related activities, and crimes by/against juveniles; pursued and/or apprehended suspects, conducted arrests, dispatched calls, prioritized; directed officers on location
  • Interviewed/interrogated victims, witnesses, suspects, and contact persons; and protected the crime scene for processing; and processes suspects
  • Conducted search and analysis of crime scene(s) at crime scenes; use police science technical procedures, including photography, fingerprint detection/identification, and footprint casting
  • Performed administrative duties in law enforcement, planning, and operations, including preparing and presenting court testimony; training; maintaining associated case files; preparing and completing forms, narrative reports, and correspondence; prepared written, computerized reports on activities observed and performed; testified in court as witness per investigation results and evidence 
  • Assisted with calls involving narcotics and arrest/search warrants; coordinated with the team for breach, arrests, and transport of individuals to and from the bureau
  • Conducted surveillance on targets of investigations in liaison and coordination with Special Investigations Unit investigating mid- to high-level narcotics dealers to establish probable cause for search warrants; completed operational plans and attended briefings with detectives from the narcotics unit and swat officers; supervise confidential informants during narcotic investigations
  • Managed lethal and less-lethal equipment; tasers and cartridges, shields, firearms (pistols, rifles, level III weapons, and shotguns), radios, ammunition, ballistic helmets, ballistic vests (soft/hard)
  • Performed police officer activities, including protection level resources, installation entry control, armed response, and dispatch; conduct procedures to execute search and apprehension and/or counter-violence posing a threat to the public
  • Escorted persons/valuables; drive emergency vehicles; detect/report potential fire and accident hazards, conduct preliminary checks of violations, and preparing reports of incidents or security conditions
  • Provided assistance, medical attention, emotional support, or other personal care to victims of crimes, subjects, suspects, and/or coworkers
  • Responded to emergency calls, answer calls for assistance, exercises arrest authority, investigates situations, detains witnesses, administers first aid, summons assistance, preserves evidence in reported crimes; respond to catastrophic events, enemy attacks, and threats to installations
  • Mentored one police officer (entry-level) for job tasks and duties

07/09 – 02/15, Field Training Officer

Newport News Police Department, Newport News, VA

  • Conducted Background investigations of potential new hires to police force
  • Supervised seven police officers
  • Trained 1 to 2 police officers per training event (daily) for ~85 classes over two years for a total of nine
  • Respond to requests for assistance; calls involving emergencies, complaints, violations, crimes in progress, accidents; dispatches police officers to investigate incidents and assist in emergencies; conduct traffic enforcement, investigations, corrections; and write reports 
  • Utilized and maintained vehicle radio, computer, guns, ammunition, and equipment
  • Provided assistance to the community, surrounding areas, employees, and emergency staff
  • Responded to requests for assistance; calls involving emergencies, complaints, violations, crimes in progress, accidents, dispatches police officers to investigate incidents and assist in emergencies to the general public involving non-criminal activities, e.g., traffic accidents, street hazards, and law enforcement intervention requirements
  • Patrolled/responded to reports of criminal activities requiring law enforcement intervention, including homicides, sexual assaults, robberies, property crimes, domestic violence, vice, and narcotics-related activities, and crimes by/against juveniles
  • Pursued and/or apprehended suspects, conducted arrests, dispatched calls, prioritized, and directed officers on location
  • Interviewed/interrogated victims, witnesses, suspects, and contact persons; and protected the crime scene for processing; and processes suspects
  • Conducted search and analysis of crime scene(s) at crime scenes; use police science technical procedures, including photography, fingerprint detection/identification, and footprint casting
  • Performed administrative duties in law enforcement, planning, and operations, including preparing and presenting court testimony; training; maintaining associated case files; preparing and completing forms, narrative reports, and correspondence; prepared computerized reports on activities observed and performed
  • Testified in court as witness per investigation results and evidence 
  • Assisted with calls involving narcotics and arrest/search warrants; coordinated with the team for breach, arrests, and transport of individuals to and from the bureau
  • Conducted surveillance on targets of investigations in liaison and coordination with Special Investigations Unit investigating mid- to high-level narcotics dealers to establish probable cause for search warrants; completed operational plans and attended briefings with detectives from the narcotics unit and swat officers; supervise confidential informants during narcotic investigations
  • Managed lethal and less-lethal equipment; tasers and cartridges, shields, firearms (pistols, rifles, level III weapons, and shotguns), radios, ammunition, ballistic helmets, ballistic vests (soft/hard)
  • Performed police officer activities, including protection level resources, installation entry control, armed response, and dispatch; conduct procedures to execute search and apprehension and/or counter-violence posing a threat to the public
  • Escorted persons/valuables; drive emergency vehicles; detect/report potential fire and accident hazards, conduct preliminary checks of violations, and preparing reports of incidents or security conditions
  • Provided assistance, medical attention, emotional support, or other personal care to victims of crimes, subjects, suspects, and/or coworkers
  • Responded to emergency calls, answer calls for assistance, exercises arrest authority, investigates situations, detains witnesses, administers first aid, summons assistance, preserves evidence in reported crimes; respond to catastrophic events, enemy attacks, and threats to installations

OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

04/16 – 08/16, HBC Stocker / Supply Chain Logistician, Food Lion, Richmond, VA

  • Responsible for merchandising displays, advertisement changes (update with new signs; remove old sales signs), maintenance of walkways, and merchandise order reviews
  • Unload merchandise trucks, including ‘breaking down’ and separating boxes and merchandise into organized segmented storage for inventory ‘picking’ for front of the store
  • Ensured all merchandise had the proper signage, built displays, and replenished merchandise
  • Operated Computer Assisted Ordering (CAO) system to update inventory counts, maintain correct stock on hand, and ensure forecasting correct for upcoming sales and specials

05/07 – 07/09, Customer Service Representative, Dish Network, Christiansburg, VA

  • Responded to an average of 70-100 telephone inquiries daily to resolve issues per balance, transactions, and statement history on their accounts and funneling Level 2 issues to higher levels or supervisor(s); performed transactional research and negotiated fee reversals

01/08 – 05/09, Shop Monitor, Calibration Tech, Production Inspector, Magnolia, Hillsville, VA

  • Monitored machinery to identify concerns and make corrections or report complex problems
  • Coordinated with machine operators in setup and operation of production equipment, including transportation and moving product between equipment, conveyors, and staging areas
  • Calibrated machines to maintain required productivity levels and quality standards compliance
  • Inspected final products for compliance with quality standards and established tolerances

11/07 – 01/08, Customer Representative, Results, Galax, VA

  • Performed business development and sales via cold calls to new vehicle owners to push and activate a 90-day free trial for SiriusXM satellite radio, including use of demographic-related channel suggestions in music, news, and sports using probing questions
  • Simultaneously used SiriusXM customer database, the ServiCom script, email capture application, and the client’s main website during sales communications

08/06 – 11/07, Electronics Specialist, Sears, Christiansburg, VA

  • Processed customer sales, including cash, check, and debit/credit card transactions
  • Assisted customers in purchasing decisions for electronics; cross-sell items to increase sales
  • Unloaded, stocked freight, shelved merchandise, and set up visual displays; tracked deliveries, maintained housekeeping for the department, and answered phones
  • Completed keyholder tasking for opening and closing department/store
  • Supervised up to three new employees, providing guidance and task prioritization

03/04 – 08/07, Administrative Specialist, United States Army Reserves, Salem, VA

  • Supervised and managed deployment-related, administrative, personnel documentation for a division of between 10,000 to 15,000 reservists
  • Supervised five privates (levels E-1 to E-3) with the job title of administrative specialists, responsible for administrative processing of deployment paperwork
  • Researched, analyzed, developed, created, and implemented training curriculum one weekend per month for circa 10 learners per class, for 11 classes, total for emergency combat situations and situational awareness

FORMAL EDUCATION

07/15, Bachelor of Science, Criminal Justice, Herzing University, Menomonee Falls, WI; GPA: 4.0;

Courses: Criminal Law, Professional Development, Statistics, Psychology, Criminal Justice, Criminology, Law & Judicial Process, Corrections, Law Enforcement Security, Ethics in Law Enforcement, Evidence Forensics, Juvenile Justice, Criminal Investigation, Community Health, Algebra, Information Literacy, and Mathematics

05/07, Bachelor of Science, Pre-Business, Radford University, Radford, VA; Courses: Information Technology, Computer Science, Trigonometry & Analyst Geometry, Politics, Higher Education, Economics, Sociology, Business Law, Accounting, Statistics, Business Calculus, and Knowledge & Reality

JOB-RELATED CAREER TRAINING / CERTIFICATIONS

  • 2015 – 2016, Certification, CPR, First Aid, and AED (Automated External Defibrillator), James City County Police Dept., Williamsburg, VA
  • 2016, Certification, First Line Supervision, James City County Police Dept., VA
  • 2016, Nuclear Security Officer Academy, Dominion Energy, Surry, VA
  • 2015, Certification, Use of Force: Law and Policy, James City County Police Dept., VA
  • 2015, Certification, Sovereign Citizens, James City County Police Dept., VA
  • 2015, Certification, Use of Force: Taser & Baton, James City County Police Dept., VA
  • 2015, Certification, Constitutional Policing, James City County Police Dept., VA
  • 2015, Certification, Firearms Basic, James City County Police Dept., VA
  • 2015, OSHA and Infectious Disease, James City County Police Dept., VA
  • 2015, Stormwater Pollution Prevention, Newport News Police Dept., Newport News, VA
  • 2014, Certification, Radar Operator, Newport News Police Dept., Newport News, VA
  • 2014, Certification, Mental Health Training, Newport News Police Dept., Newport News, VA
  • 2014, Certification, Crisis Intervention, Newport News Police Dept., Newport News, VA
  • 2013, Certification, VCIN Level C Basic, Newport News Police Dept., Newport News, VA 
  • 2013, Certification, Field Training, Newport News Police Dept., Newport News, VA
  • 2011, Certification, IS-800 National Response Framework, Newport News Police Dept., Newport News, VA
  • 2011, Certification, Emergency Management (Incident Command System), Newport News Police Dept., Newport News, VA
  • 2009, Police Academy, Newport News Police Dept., Newport News, VA

HARDWARE / SOFTWARE / TECHNICAL / COMPUTER

  • Custom-building/troubleshooting desktop computers (built three personal computers, plus 20 computers for Carroll County High School; installed software and imaging hard drives)
  • Microsoft O365: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook
  • National Crime Information Center (NCIC)
  • Windows Operating System (OS)
  • LinkedIn:  www.linkedin.com/in/sheridon-reece

RECOGNITION / AWARDS

  • 2016, Class President, Nuclear Security Officer Academy, Dominion Energy, Surry, VA
  • 07/15, Presidents List; Academic Achievement Award, Herzing University, Menomonee Falls, WI
  • 2012, Outstanding Performance Award, Newport News Police Department, Newport News, VA
  • 2012, Lifesaving Award, Newport News Police Department, Newport News, VA
  • 2012, Community Commendation Letters, professionalism, and assistance in security, Newport News Police Department, Newport News, VA
  • 2011, Virginia DNA data bank identification, Newport News Police Department, Newport News, VA
  • 2010, Recognized, Camera Operation, Tape Management, and Quality Control, Newport News Police Department, Newport News, VA
  • 2005, Certificate of Achievement (281 score on Army PT Test), United States Army, Fort Jackson, SC

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