- Security Minded - Observant of my surroundings
- Knowledge of Metal Detectors, Detector Hand Wands,
- Knowledge of Pat Searching
- Use Of Handcuffs
- Computer Literate
I started at the US Penitentiary Lewisburg on Jan. 29, 1990 as a Corrections Officer. I controlled Inmates incarcerated in the Penitentiary with Care, Custody and Control of those inmates in confined areas such as Dorms, Cells as well as (SHU) Special Housing Units.
These Special Housing Units was where the inmates would be placed for disciplinary actions for refusing a work detail, fighting, stabbing, or killing another inmate as well as an assault to an officer or other staff members. I worked every Cell Block or Dorm Units in the Penitentiary as well as Recreation Yards, Work Details and Control Center for this Institution.
I was placed on the Construction Crew in charge of over 400 Contractors entering and exiting the institution during the renovations of the Rear Gate, Cell Blocks, Dorm Units, and the construction of the New East Gate being added for the entrance of Inmate Buses, Hospital Trips for the Receiving and Discharge Department for all inmates through the USP Lewisburg Penitentiary and the transfer of these inmates to other institutions.
I implemented the Name Badge process with Color Coded Name Badges for each contractor company involved in this renovation period. Each Contracting Co. was issued there own colors on the name badges for inventory of all these badges each day during the entrance and departure of the contractors.
After an escape attempt at another institution I was given the detail to locate and have a device welded on every man hole cover inside the perimeter of the walls of the institution and devised a inventory process to map these locations and installed numbered padlocks on every one of these man hole covers as well as a inventory form for all these locks used and its location with the number assigned to it.
I was promoted to the FCC Correctional Complex as a GS -8 Senior Officer Specialist to assist in bringing the new institutions online in April of 1994.
I was then given the opportunity to become a certified locksmith for the institution and placed in the Lock Shop to repair any and all keys, locks, jail locks, pad locks, slider gates, and the entire secured double fences, razor wire, and all fence zones and alarms.
I also was sent to Armor School and became a Firearms Instructor, self-defense instructor. I was also sent to Remington, Smith and Wesson, and Ruger Schools to learn and to teach these weapons to staff members.
I was placed in charge of the Armory to inventory, order weapons, ammunition, smoke and flash grenades and to issue riot equipment if necessary. I issued out the firearms for fog post. I was one of 12 Firearms Instructors at our FCC Complex to include the Low, Medium, and High Security Institutions to re-qualified all staff members and taught firearms and range safety to all staff as well as familiarized new staff members before they go to Basic Training at Glenco Georgia.
I retired in April 2003 .
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