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LIEUTENANT MICHAEL J. MAGIERA400 Roy Rogers LnMurphy, Texas 75094PH: 214-289-0358EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS: Career law enforcement executive and military veteran with 20+ years of experience in large, metropolitan police department seeks new leadership position with proactive, community-oriented police agency responsible for meeting the needs of diverse populations of citizens and achievement of responsible public safety partnership goals.
Hands-on police executive with an emphasis on leading from the front while implementing professional policing practices and achieving diversity and inclusiveness goals Conscientious, transparent fiscal manager with full reporting accountability Proven success in measurable, high-impact crime reduction and metrics compliance goals Skilled in relationship-building and forming LE-Public partnerships in diverse communities Proven success in restoring morale and productivity among disenfranchised officers A sense of humor that can be tailored to any group or situation, even tactical situations
JUNE 1995 Present POLICE LIEUTENANT, DETENTION SERVICES DIVISION
Summary of Experience: Progressed from a patrol officer to executive leadership position within a major metropolitan police department; managed up to 150 police officers under direct supervision from patrol officer to sergeant ranks, acted as the Deputy Chief in her absence, and served as watch commander in diverse settings throughout the agency.
Current assignment: DETENTION SERVICES DIVISION, serving as one of three executive-level administrators at the Dallas County Jail responsible for supervision and approval of all arrest reports generated by 3,000+ officers within the police agency.
Key accomplishments: Direct management of 150+ critical incidents in areas of jurisdiction, including barricaded persons, murders, suicides, police-involved shootings, and SWAT call-outs; Innovated the Every Day is a Training Day program that was adopted department-wide to reduce officer injuries and increase officer safety focus; Achieved a 20% reduction in crime in area of jurisdiction; Pioneered the use of Critical Incident Response Teams (CIRT) and developed guidelines for deployment of CIRT training and equipment department-wide; Developed and implemented the first NIMS-compliant plan for management of the city-hosted Texas State Fair, a 1M+ attendee yearly venue with outstanding results in crime prevention and overall safety for citizens and assigned personnel; Secured $100,000 private foundation grant for departmental equipment purchase of entry tools, thermal imaging cameras, and specialized first aid kits; Combining knowledge of fire department operations and police operations to solve tactical issues; and Experienced in all facets of police work, including uniformed, plainclothes, investigative, supervisory, administrative, crime reporting and fiscal oversight responsibilities. Past assignments include: NE PATROL DIVISION, SE PATROL DIVISION, NW PATROL DIVISION, CENTRAL PATROL DIVISION, NORTH CENTRAL PATROL DIVISION, AUTO POUND, COMMUNICATIONS/SUPPORT SERVICES UNIT, and ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT UNIT.
JUN 1992 FEB 1995 LEAD PUBLIC SAFETY DISPATCHER, CITY OF PLANO
Summary of Experience: Progressed from an entry-level public safety dispatcher to the lead, supervisory dispatcher in a mid-sized suburban city 911 center; back-filled to maintain fire/EMS coverage during large Fire Department Incidents, coordinated police, fire, and EMS pre-arrival instructions/dispatch via phone and radio; answered 911 calls; and performed NCIC/TCIC checks via computer and relayed information to police units via radio.
VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE1999 PresentFIREFIGHTER/EMT/FIRST RESPONDER
Summary of Experience: 25+ years as a volunteer firefighter, EMT and first responder in multiple small-town fire departments, including Argyle VFD, Palmer VFD, Murphy VFD and Parker FD; specialized experience in Incident Command, Fire Suppression, Driver/Pump Operator, HazMat Incidents, Search and Rescue, Emergency Medical Response, High and Low Angle Rescue and Swift Water Rescue. Wrote a successful grant for a $150,000 Pumper/ tanker (3,000 gallon) for the Palmer F.D., and a successful grant for $133,000 for the Murphy F.D. for physical exams at the renowned Cooper Clinic. Delivery of one (1) baby in a van after the van was stopped for speeding by the police department!
1990 1998 ARMY SERGEANT, U.S. ARMY RESERVE
Summary of Experience: Honorable Discharge as an E4 (Specialist). MOS 72E/74C, Tactical Telecommunications Center Operator; maintained Top Secret Clearance with Special Compartmentalized Access. Graduated the Army Primary Leadership Development Class, and the Military Operations in Urban Terrain School (urban warfare).
LEADERSHIP ROLES & COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIPS Lead Developer, Dallas Critical Incident Response Team (CIRT) vehicle program Lead Developer, Every Day is a Training Day Department Liaison, Dallas GLBT Entertainment District Executive Member, Critical Incident Response Team Volunteer Member, Palmer Emergency Services District Trainer, CIRT Equipment, Ballistic Shield, & Thermal Imagers Collaborator, Hartford Consensus (National Fire Academy & US Fire Administration/FEMA/DHS)
University of North Texas 1992 1995 Majored in Emergency Management and Disaster Preparedness 50 Credit Hours North Central Texas College 1993 Emergency Medical Technician 7 Credit Hours FEMA Emergency Management Institute / Frederick Community College - Various Emergency Management Courses 18 Credit Hours Caruth Police Institute Lieutenant Leadership Course 15 Credit Hours or 7 Masters Degree hours through the University of North Texas (not claimed)PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS Master Peace Officer Certification, TCOLE Incident Command System (ICS) 100-800 and ICS Operations Section Chief Certification Emergency Care Attendant (ECA), TDHS SFFMA Firefighter Level M2 Mass Fatality Planning Certification, FEMA Graduate, Emergency Management and Disaster Preparedness Graduate, Caruth Police Institute Leadership Series (post-graduate level) Certified Mental Health Officer, DPD
SERVICE RECOGNITION AWARDS
1995, Rookie of the Year 1st Runner-Up 1997, 1998, 2004, Certificates of Merit 1997, 1998 Life Saving Award Nomination 1998, 2004 (1), 2004 (2), 2010 Life Saving Award 1998, Officer of the Year- Elks Lodge 2001 Unit Certificate of Merit (Northeast Deployment Unit (covert) 2004 Meritorious Conduct for Valor 2000, Palmer Service Above and Beyond the Call of Duty (1) 2001, Medal of Valor, Palmer Fire Department 2002, Palmer Service Above and Beyond the Call of Duty (2) 2003, Palmer Service Above and Beyond the Call of Duty (3) 2005, Letter of Appreciation from City Manager Mary Suhm 2011, Leadership and Initiative Service Award
Magiera, M. J. (2013, March 17). The 'Omega Plan' - Firefighter Response Safety for Mass Shooting Incidents. Retrieved August 14, 2016, from http://www.firehouse.com/article/10895376/the-omega-plan-firefighter-response-safety-for-mass-shooting-incidents
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