Ivan K. Beard

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Ivan K
. Beard

9302 Gwynndale Ct.

Clinton Md. 20735

E
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mail:
ivankbeard@hotmail.com

Cell: 240
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601
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3308


H B C Management

10/03/2012 to Present

West Bethesda Md.

Supervisor: Lt. R Slade


301
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227
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1010

Salary: $

32,000 per year.

Hours per week: 35


Position: Security Officer

Duties: As a Security Officer I monitor the Personnel’s and vehicles that enter the Carderock Navy B
a
se while on
my shift, I check for the correct ID’s of all who enters the Base, I deny anyo
ne who do not have the proper ID’s to
enter Base, also those who enter the Base must have a POC ( Point of Contact) if they do not have a POC or a
phone number

of their POC

they will be denied access to the Base
. When Trucks come on base they must have
th
eir proper paper work with POC on it and where they are delivering to or where they are supposed to be working
at.

On the Weekends I check the afterhours book and again only allow access to those who are on the list, if someone
is not on the list they will

be denied access.


Haka security Service

10/09/2008 to 09/30/2012

Adelphi, Md.

Supervisor: Chief P. Foltz Sr.
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301
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395
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8406

Salary: $ 47,000 per year.

Hours per week: 37

Position: Pt.
T
ime Supervisor

(

Lt.
)

and Full time Security Officer

Duties: A
s a Pt.
T
ime Supervisor

I carry out duties and responsibilities in accordance with Force/ Agency policies,
procedures and applicable laws at the Army Research Laboratory. I maintain the work schedules, hours, and
training forms, I make sure that all employ
ees are keep up to date with their training records that work at this site.
I also maintained the up keep of the two vehicles we used at this site.
I also received and applied instructions and
training in the applications of security procedures, laws, guar
d orders, vehicle operation, search and seizure, self
-
defense, riot control, use of weapons and other forms of deadly force such as remotely activated anti
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vehicle
barriers, recognition of intoxication, two
-
way communications equipment, and accident site
preservation, etc, to
safeguard personnel, critical installation assets and enforce a variety of security measures performs other duties as
assigned.

As a security officer I performed access control and patrol duties on a military installation for the purp
ose of
safeguarding Government personnel, information,
operations, and

critical assets in accordance with a wide variety
of
F
ederal rules and agency/ local regulations/ policies.


Performed security guard duties in accordance with appropriate regulations t
o detect and prevent theft, damage,
accident, trespass, sabotage and espionage and to enforce the security regulations of the installation. Controlled
access of vehicle and pedestrians to installations. Verified identification through use of identification
s cards,
badges, biometrics automated records, vehicle decals, verbal questioning, and other means.

Allowed entrance to
persons and vehicles that display proper authorization. As initial POC answered brief visitor questions, determined
whether appropriate
authorization for access exists, and provided assistance. Issued daily passes or refer visitors to
another location to obtain special passes. Conducted vehicle searches/ inspections(to include cargo areas, engine
compartments and undercarriages), in accord
ance with operating procedures.

Vanced Federal Security Services/ Wackenhut Service

02/21/2007 to 10/08/2008

Adelphi Md.

Supervisor: Gerald Nichels 301
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395
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6478

Salary: $ 52,000

Hours per week: 40

Position: Pt.Time Supervisor (Lt.) Full Security Officer

Duties: Pt. Time Supervisor ( Lt.) and Full time Security Officer

Duties: As a Pt. Time Supervisor I carry out duties and responsibilities in accordance with Force/ Agency policies,
procedures and applicable laws at the Army Research Laboratory. I maintain

the work schedules, hours, and
training forms, I make sure that all employees are keep up to date with their training records that work at this site.
I also maintained the up keep of the two vehicles we used at this site. I also received and applied instr
uctions and
training in the applications of security procedures, laws, guard orders, vehicle operation, search and seizure, self
-
defense, riot control, use of weapons and other forms of deadly force such as remotely activated anti
-
vehicle
barriers, recogn
ition of intoxication, two
-
way communications equipment, and accident site preservation, etc, to
safeguard personnel, critical installation assets and enforce a variety of security measures performs other duties as
assigned.

As a security officer I perform
ed access control and patrol duties on a military installation for the purpose of
safeguarding Government personnel, information, operations, and critical assets in accordance with a wide variety
of Federal rules and agency/ local regulations/ policies.


P
erformed security guard duties in accordance with appropriate regulations to detect and prevent theft, damage,
accident, trespass, sabotage and espionage and to enforce the security regulations of the installation. Controlled
access of vehicle and pedestri
ans to installations. Verified identification through use of identifications cards,
badges, biometrics automated records, vehicle decals, verbal questioning, and other means. Allowed entrance to
persons and vehicles that display proper authorization. As in
itial POC answered brief visitor questions, determined
whether appropriate authorization for access exists, and provided assistance. Issued daily passes or refer visitors to
another location to obtain special passes. Conducted vehicle searches/ inspections

(to include cargo areas, engine
compartments and undercarriages), in accordance with operating procedures.

Village in the Woods LTD 05/12/1994 to 02/21/2007

Riverdale Md.

Supervisor: David Cruz
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301
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277
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2488

Salary: $ 33,000

Hours per week: 40

Position:

Security Officer

Duties: Patrolling different Apartment complexes and shopping centers owned by Company
, enforcing the rules
and regulations set by the property owners, observing and reporting any suspicious activities, issuing trespass
letters to those w
ho are not on the lease and breaking the rules and regulations of the properties. I also supervise
those members that are in my squad to make sure they are safe as possible while on their duty. As an SPO Officer
we make arrests of those persons committing
criminal acts such as breaking into residents homes or vehicles,
loitering and drug trafficking, we also have abandon and stolen vehicles towed off private property
.

When I made arrest I had to call PG County Police to come and transport suspect to Police
station where I did the
paper work, finger printed suspect and took them in front of the Commissioner, I also had to go to Court the these
cases.



Prince George’s County Fire / Ems Dept. 03/12/2002 to 07/14/2006

Prince George’s County Md.

Superviso
r: Scott Williams 301
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883
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7720

Salary: $ 41,000 per year.

Hours per week: 48

Position: Firefighter/ EMT

Duties: Basic duties of a Fireman, responding to Fire calls as well as Medical Emergencies trying to preserve life
and property

as best we can, pro
moting fire safety, maintaining Fire Dept. apparatuses , conducting fire inspection
to various buildings, making sure that they are up to date with all new fire and
safety

codes also conducting
Daycare inspections making sure all Daycare Facilities are saf
e for children to be in.

Secure Guard Inc. 09/12/2000 to 08/20/2001

Washington DC.

Supervisor: Cecil Butler 202
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416
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7900

Salary: $ 34,000 per year.

Hours per week: 40

Position: EMT/ SPO Officer

Duties: As a EMT I responded to all medical emergencies w
ithin my area, I made sure all medical supplies was fully
stocked at all times, also I wrote daily reports at the end of my shifts.

As an SPO Officer I provided security for the patrons and staff at the Kennedy Center. I responded to all
disturbances at the Kennedy Center, I escorted celebrities to and from their dressing rooms, I escorted disorderly
patrons off property, I patrolled v
arious
areas

of the Kennedy Center and reported any suspicious activity I noticed
or that was reported to me by someone else, and at the end of my shift I wrote a daily report.

Vanced Uniformed Protection Service 09/12/1999 to 09/12/2000

Washington DC.

S
upervisor: Cecil Butler

Salary: $ 34,000 per year.

Hours per week: 40

Position: EMT/ SPO Officer

Duties: As a EMT I responded to all medical emergencies within my area, I made sure all medical supplies was fully
stocked at all times, also I wrote daily re
ports at the end of my shifts.

As an SPO Officer I provided security for the patrons and staff at the Kennedy Center. I responded to all
disturbances at the Kennedy Center, I escorted celebrities to and from their dressing rooms, I escorted disorderly
patr
ons off property, I patrolled various area’s of the Kennedy Center and reported any suspicious activity I noticed
or that was reported to me by someone else, and at the end of my shift I wrote a daily report.

OxonHill Volunteer Fire Dept. 08/24/1991 to

03/12/1999

OxonHill Md.

Supervisor: Edward Morgan 301
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567
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0342

Salary: None

Hours per week: 50

Position: Volunteer Firefighter

Duties: Basic duties of a Fireman, responding to Fire calls as well as Medical Emergencies trying to preserve life and
property

as best we can, promoting fire safety, maintaining Fire Dept. apparatuses , conducting fire inspection to
various buildings, making sure that they are up to date with all new fire and
safety

codes also conducting Daycare
inspections making sure all Daycare Facilities are safe for children to be in.


Education: Mckinley Tech. Senior High School 09/1979 to 06/1982


Location: Washington DC.


High School

Diploma.

Training: Drivers training, Evoc
T
raining, Firefighter I &II, EMT, CPR, AED
C
ertified,

Fire Suppression, Hazmat Level I
Tra
i
ning, Rescue Tech. Training, Emergency Management Institute
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National Incident Management System (NIMS)
IS00700, Emerge
ncy Management Institute
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ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents (IS00200),
Emergency Management Institute
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Introduction to the Incident Command System (ICS100).

Defensive Tactics, Handcuffing Procedures, Arrest


Procedures,

Use of Force

Tr
aining, Officer Survival, Crime Scene
Security, Tactical Baton Certification, and CDS Drug Identification. Armed and Unarmed Training, Firearms
Instructor, OC Spray


Instructor
, FEMA IS
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00907 Active Shooter, FEMA IS
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00106.13 Workplace Violence Awarencess
T
raining, FEMA IS
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00020.13 Diversity Awarence 2013, FEMA IS
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00906 Basic Workplace S
ecurity Awareness.



References
: Upon Request.