A reliable, honest and self-motivated individual, with proven experience of working in demanding and pressurised environments, where a keen and conscientious approach is required. Experience has been gained in operational environments in the UK and abroad. Can work well as a team member or as a sole operative in a wide range of hostile environments. Possesses excellent communication skills and is used to liaising with people from all backgrounds and cultures. Adaptable and enjoys the challenge.
• Experienced class 1 HGV multi-drop driver
• Computer literate including Word, E-mail and Internet.
• Motivating teams, allocation of tasks.
• Time management, prioritising of workload to utilise resources.
• Compiling letters and reports.
• Analysing and presenting information.
• Advising people and questioning others.
• Enduring long hours and physical difficulties.
• Integrating with strangers and interviewing people.
• Providing input and ideas to maintain information throughout organisation.
• Remembering information and updating files.
• Giving lectures, presentations and demonstrations to groups.
• Verbal and written communication at all levels.
• Capable of teamwork and Cooperation as evidenced by daily negotiations with senior management on operational planning matters.
• Experienced Close Protection operative and Detective.
Hyde Park Residence 2011 – to date
Estate Manager responsible for the protection and security of a large estate and its owners. Duties include protection, operating a variety of security systems, risk and threat assessments, general maintenance and up keep of the estate. Managing budgets and contractors. Advising legal teams, clerks of works and submitting daily reports and accounts.
Morrison’s RDC Sittingbourne: 2010 – 2010
HGV Class 1 driver conducting multi-drop loads of various frozen and refrigerated goods ensuring stringent timelines are met. Responsible for accurately completing all paperwork and ensuring vehicles are maintained to a high standard. Also responsible for good customer focus and verbal and written communication at all levels.
Harrods LTD: 2009 – 2010
Security protection operative attached to Harrods LTD working as part of a small team responsible for the protection and security of a large estate and its owners. Duties include protection, operating a variety of security systems, risk and threat assessments
HGV Class 1 driver for Sainsbury’s and The Co-operative foods conducting multi-drop loads of various frozen and refrigerated goods ensuring stringent timelines are met. Responsible for accurately completing all paperwork and ensuring vehicles are maintained to a high standard. Also responsible for good customer focus and verbal and written communication at all levels.
Metropolitan Police Force May 2002- 2008
Detective in the Criminal Investigation Department investigating a wide range of crime, trained to think and act independently and to take control in emergencies. Used to shift work and to accepting responsibility. Used to exercising self-discipline, managing high volume workloads and to maintaining high standards of integrity and loyalty.
Sierra Leone: Aug 00-Feb 02
Close protection operative attached to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, working as part of a five-man team responsible for the protection and security of the British High Commissioner.
Kosovo: May 99-Jul 00
Responsible for the effective policing off a town that had no law and order nor a police force. Effectively set up a police station and advice centre for the community that had been involved in the Kosovo conflict with little supervision. Employed as close protection operative providing close protection to high-ranking diplomats and visiting dignitaries.
Bosnia Herzegovina: Sept 98- Apr 99
Part off a Five man detachment responsible for the policing of SFOR (NATO) soldiers and ensuring that all road routes within our tactical area where safe from hazards as to ensure that all SFOR soldiers could use the routes safely. Also responsible for border liaison between the Croatian guard and the Bosnian guard to ensure that SFOR soldiers crossed the border without any trouble.
Aldershot: Aug 97- Sept 98
Responsible for policing a large military garrison as an individual and as a member of a small team at times using ones own initiative. Responsible for all aspects of crime reporting and evidence gathering to secure a positive conviction.
Cyprus: Aug 95-Sept 98
Infantry soldier part of 1st Battalion the Kings Regiment a member of a 30-man platoon responsible for the security of the Western part of Cyprus ensuring that Turkish-Cypriots safely crossed the green line (border) without, problems from Greek-Cypriots. During my time here I transferred to the Royal Military Police
Northern Ireland: Sept 93-Apr 95
Emergency operational tour part of a four man team carrying out routine patrols in support of the Police service of Northern Ireland (former Royal Ulster Constabulary) of South Armagh ensuring that intelligence led information was disseminated correctly to relevant agencies.
Education and Qualifications.
Investigation Course 03 May 2000
Police search team 22 Feb 1998
Rigid handcuff user 28 Jan 1998
ASP users course 27 Jan 1998
Police promotion course 08 Aug 1997
GPD Dog handler 10 Sep 2011
Basic rock climbing 20 Jan 1995
All arms unit search team 08 Nov 1995
Detective Foundation Course 01 Sept 2007
Tier 2 Interviewing 13 Mar 2007
Intermediate Investigator 03 May 2000
Close Protection Course 11 Mar 1999
Advance Driving Police 01 Nov 1999
Food Hygiene course 10 Oct 1994
Royal Military Police Close Protection Course.
Two Police commanders commendations for high risk investigations and convictions
GSM 1962 Clasp Northern Ireland
NATO medal with Former Yugoslavia clasp
NATO medal with Kosovo clasp
Operational service medal
Queens Jubilee medal
1989 – 1992 Haslingden High School, Haslingden, Lancashire.
Gained 6 GCSE passes in: Maths, English, Science, Economics, Technology, French, (Currently studying for a Law degree)
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