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Preparing for a Career in Campus Safety and Security

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 with David Parchim






short description:
Information you will need to succeed
 
long description:
At the end of this training, you will have the understanding and knowledge to get a good job as a College Campus Safety and Security Officer. If you are a former Police Officer, you will receive additional information to your vast experiences to prepare you for supervisory or administrative positions.
 
minimum class size:
3
 
availability:
Monday-Saturday. 8:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m.
 
fee comments:
5.00 course completion certificate
 
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Preparing for a Career in Campus Safety and Security

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Information you will need to succeed


1h 0m














languages: English
fee: 20US$  (200lp)
payment: at booking
delivery method: self-paced

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United States


David Parchim



description of :
Former Police Officer and D.A.R.E. Instructor and School Resource Officer. Provided seminars and training on multiple areas of safety and security.
 
Teacher's qualifications:
David L. Parchim
708 Dornseif Dr.
Arnold, MO. 63010
Cell Phone 314-960-7197
E-Mail: missouricop@yahoo.com

OBJECTIVE

Obtain a position in the St. Louis area where I can maximize my management skills, quality assurance, program development, and training experience.

PROFESSIONAL WORK HISTORY

Aug. 2009-Present Director of Public Safety
Ranken Technical College, St. Louis, MO.
Provide leadership and motivation to a staff of contracted safety officers. Provide training in areas of alcohol, drug awareness and violence to faculty, staff and students. Maintain proper communications throughout the ranks and monitor safety officer actions on campus and provide assistance when needed. Monitor surveillance cameras throughout campus and provide risk management to the administration. Conduct resident assistant conflict resolution training and building/personal and fire safety.

Feb. 2008 - Aug. 2009 Asst. Director of Campus Safety
Rhodes College, Memphis, TN.
Maintained a staff of 2 commanders, 3 sergeants, 15 full time safety officers and 10 part-time safety officers. Establish communication channels with local law enforcement, college administration and state officials. Create annual crime report, investigate incidents on campus with proper reporting and interviews. Attend Division of Student Affairs meetings and member of the College?s Employment Development Team. Analyze agency/organization processes, procedures. Maintain emergency management plans in compliance with OSHA regulations. Handle Conflict Resolution situations. Create and provide training programs for safety officers. Assist the Director of Safety with any additional duties to provide professional campus safety and security. Provide professional Customer Service.

March 2006-Feb. 2008 Director of Campus Safety,
Culver-Stockton College, Canton, MO.
Directed 3 full time employees and 3 student workers in areas of fire safety, fire drills, building safety and security, student and staff safety. Responsible for maintaining proper parking on campus and having tickets written for violators. Responsible for budgeting items needed for this department. Responsible for training the safety officers in the areas of their duties, as well as, report writing, evidence collection, conflict resolution, building and ground checks. Respond to emergency situations on campus, such as weather, sick/injury calls or intruders. Train staff and employees in personal safety and security. Created campus Emergency Action Plan and provided each campus department with a quick Emergency Action Plan reference guide. Completed annual Campus Crime Statistics per the Clery Act of 1998. Maintained safety and security accordance with OSHA rules and regulations. Responsible for interviewing, evaluations and terminations and of Campus Safety Officers. Provide professional Customer Service.

June 2005-Feb. 2006 Manager of Yard Operations Trainee,
Union Pacific Railroad, St. Louis, MO.
Trained to schedule trains and crews for the train traffic through St. Louis. Responsible for testing crew members and completing personal evaluations of numerous employees work agreements. Trained in how to handle "hazmat" emergencies. Check for personal protective equipment violations. Maintained accordance with the National Transportation Safety rules and regulations.

Oct. 1999-June 2005 Police Officer,
Arnold, Missouri Police Department
Provided quality public service by establishing high ethical standards, involved in community relations by serving as the department's D.A.R.E./School Resource Officer and assisting in directing the Arnold Police Youth Academy, evaluate student development and progress. Created lesson plans for individual D.A.R.E. classes. Researched different topics to provide training to educators and school administrators in areas of safety, security and drug use. Responsible for any situations that may arise on a daily basis, such as, first-aid calls, fights, drugs, weapons, etc...Maintain patrol duties, such as, stopping speeders, traffic violators, DWI's, etc.


June 1989-June 1993 Radioman-Telecommunication Specialist,
United States Navy, San Diego, CA.
Message Center Supervisor responsible for assigning work assignments and checking proper radio communication by the crew of 10. Approved and typed messages, maintained a radio control log, message logs and access log. Established communications for ship-ship and ship-shore thru communication equipment and satellites communication. Sent and received encrypted (codes and ciphers) and plain-language messages by radio and teletype machines. Monitored moral issues and safe work environment. Provided professional customer service to other departments in the process of the daily functions.


EDUCATION

July 2001-Sept. 2001 Graduate School, Lindenwood University ?Human Resource Management
Jun. 1999-Oct.1999 950 Hour Missouri Police Corps Academy Graduate
Jan 1998-May1999 B.S. Administration of Justice, Hannibal-LaGrange College
Dec.1995-Jan.1998 Criminal Justice, John Wood Community College
June 1989 H.S. diploma, Rock Bridge Senior High School

INTERESTS & ACTIVITIES

? National Safety Council
. Certified Campus Safety/Security Director-World Safety Organization, application in progress.
. International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (IACLEA)

COMPUTER SKILLS

? Word Perfect
? Excel
? Power Point Presentations

LICENSES & CERTIFICATES

. FEMA Emergency Program Manager-Orientation to the Position Certification, July 2007
. FEMA Leadership and Influence Certification, July 2007
. U.S. Homeland Security Community Emergency Response Team Program, June 2007
. FEMA National Incident Management System introduction Certification, June 2007
? Wicklander-Zulawski & Assoc.-Adv. Interview & Interrogation Techniques, March 2002
? 80 hour D.A.R.E. Certificate, November 2000
? 40 hour School Resource Officer Certificate, May 2000
? Numerous certificates for continuing police training
. 950 Missouri P.O.S.T. Class ?A? certification ? Missouri Police Corps, 1999.
? Microcomputer Maintenance Certificate, May 1992

AWARDS RECEIVED

. 2 time Officer of the Month with Arnold Police Department.
? Presidents and Deans Lists while attending HLG, 1998-1999
? Letter of Accommodation for Top Communicator, U.S. Navy 1993
? Letter of Accommodation from Veterans Council, 1990
? Kuwait Liberation Medal, U.S. Navy 1991
? Navy Good Conduct Medal, 1993
? Navy Unit Accommodation medal, 1991
? Navy Battle E Award, 1991
? Navy Sea Service Ribbon, 1991
? Southeast Asia Service Ribbon, 1991

 
's preferred teaching style:
Interactive teaching style.
 



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