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1. MIKE ALBERTS 5002 Yakima Ave. Tacoma, WA 98408 Telephone: (253) 921-6944 OBJECTIVE: Management position in Safety, Security or Investigations where strong…
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  • 1. MIKE ALBERTS 5002 Yakima Ave. Tacoma, WA 98408 Telephone: (253) 921-6944 OBJECTIVE: Management position in Safety, Security or Investigations where strong organizational, technical, analytical and communicative skills produce positive results, ensure personal and property safety, provide complete and accurate data, deliver quality service, and enhance organizational success. PROFESSIONAL AWARDS Distinguished Service Medal - 2015 --Awarded by the Tacoma Police Department for 20 Years of Service as the Senior Member of the Tacoma Police Department Honor Guard, Participating in 18 Funerals for Officers Who Were Killed or Died in the Line of Duty. Critical Incident Impact Unit Award - 2005 --Awarded by the Tacoma Police Department for Outstanding Response to the Tacoma Mall Shooting Incident that Occurred in November of 2005. Medal of Valor Nominee - 2002 --Nominated by the Tacoma Police Department for Assisting in the Rescue of Citizens Who Were Trapped in a House Fire, and Other Citizens Who Were Trying to Fight the Fire. Tacoma Police Department Commendations - 15 Times --Recognized by the Tacoma Police Department (TPD) for 15 Commendations in the Line of Duty, including Assisting in the Apprehension of a Bank Robbery Suspect within 5 Minutes of the Actual Robbery, Helping Install 190 TPD Computers with “Enforcer” Street Scene Enforcement Software, Helping Subdue an Armed, Agitated, Violent, Drug- Addicted, Suicidal Suspect during a Several Hour Standoff, and Acting on a Tip that Resulted in the Return of a Critical Stolen Wheelchair to a 13-Year-Old Girl Suffering from Cerebral Palsy, a Tragic Theft Widely Covered by Local Print and Broadcast Media that Became a Human Interest Story with a Happy Ending. PROFESSIONAL HIGHLIGHTS --20+ Years of Successful Experience in Law Enforcement, Training and Operations --Can Relate Effectively to People of Diverse Cultural and Educational Backgrounds Tacoma Police Department in Tacoma, WA Police Patrol Officer from 1991 to 2015 Recognized as an award-winning Police Patrol Officer during a 24-year career with the Police Department in Tacoma, serving a mid-sized urban port city with more than 203,000 population that is also the seat of Pierce County, WA. Background as a street patrol officer included being the senior, most experienced Collision Investigator in the 370-plus officer Department, serving as the senior member and 20-year veteran of the Tacoma Police Department Honor Guard, serving as the Department’s Computer Instructor for 10 years, helping design the ticket and collision
  • 2. investigation software for the Department, being 1 of 2 Commercial Vehicle Inspectors for the Department, and serving as a Field Training Officer and Motorcycle Officer. Career included being the Primary Investigator for 75 major accident scenes, being formerly certified to inspect trucks in all 50 states, writing more than 10,000+ tickets for moving violations, creating and presenting 3 Training Seminars on Commercial Vehicle Safety for the non-profit Northwest Center, being a key player in the State of Washington’s Electronic Traffic Information Processing Initiative (known as eTRIP), and serving on 2 state committees—helping develop the current Accident Investigation Form that was adopted by all Washington Police Departments, and helping design the SECTOR Electronic Ticket and Collision records software adopted statewide by every Police Department. LICENSES and CERTIFICATIONS Commissioned Police Officer --Licensed by the State of Washington in 1991. Certified Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) Breathalyzer Operator --Certified by the Washington State Patrol in 2003. Certified Doppler Radar Operator --Certified by the Washington State Patrol in 1995. Certified Basic Vista FX Mapping Program Simulator Collision Operator --Certified by the Tacoma Police Department in 2005. Certified Crash Data Retrieval (CDR) System Operator --Certified by the Collision Safety Institute in 2007. PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS Washington Association of Technical Accident Investigators PROFESSIONAL TRAINING United States Department of Transportation: Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s North American Standard Level 3 Training Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s North American Standard Level 1 (Part B) Washington State Patrol Academy: Commercial Vehicle Division’s Size, Weight and Load Qualification Training Collision Investigation Reconstruction Total Station Mapping System Level 1 ACCESS/WACIC Software Training Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission: Technical Collision Investigation Advanced Training Technical Collision Investigation Instructor Development Training Motorcycle Operator Qualified Basic Law Enforcement Academy Graduate Forensic Accident Reconstructionists of Oregon, Incorporated: Energy Methods and Damage Analysis in Traffic Crash Reconstruction Tractor and Trailer Post Crash Inspections
  • 3. Tractor Trailer Based Stability Enhancement Systems Washington Traffic Safety Commission: Attended Multiple State Conferences Seattle Police Motorcycle Training Unit: Police Motorcycle Escort Training Tacoma Police Department: Basic Vista FX Mapping Program Software Training for Collision Diagramming The National Rifle Association of America: Police Sharpshooter Qualified Department of Homeland Security Emergency Management Institute: National Incident Management System Introduction - IS-00700 Glock Perfection: Armorer’s Course and Instructor’s Workshop Schoolcraft College in Livonia, MI: Certificate in Police Reserve Officer Training - Awarded in 1988 American Red Cross Basic Life Support CPR Course MILITARY BACKGROUND United States Army - Honorable Discharge --Achieved a Specialist 4 (E-4) Rank while Serving from 1979 to 1983 and from 1988 to 1990. --Specialized as a Radio Operator Specialist and Supervisor with the 3rd Battalion, 1st Special Forces Group at Joint Base Lewis-McChord near Tacoma, WA. --Held a Secret Security Clearance. --Training included the Army Communications School, International Morse Code (Honor Graduate), Army Parachute School, German Parachute School and Thailand Parachute School. --Awards included the Army Commendation Medal, 4 Army Achievement Medals, Overseas Service Ribbon, and the Army Good Conduct Medal. United States Army Reserves - Honorable Discharge --Achieved a Sergeant (E-5) Rank while Serving from 1984 to 1988. --Specialized as a Drill Sergeant at a Reserve Center in Livonia, MI. --Training included the Army Drill Instructor School. COMPUTER SKILLS Software Applications: Microsoft Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint; PhotoShop and EasyShare for Digital Imaging; QuickBooks for Accounting and Small Business Management; and Custom Software for Law Enforcement, including ACCESS/WACIC (the Washington State Criminal Information Center), NCIC (the National Crime Information Center), the Basic Vista FX Mapping Program for Simulator Collision Operations, and the Crash Data Retrieval (CDR) System. COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT Volunteer Supporter of the Tacoma Shop-With-A-Cop Program. Volunteer Counselor for the Law Enforcement Youth Camp for Underprivileged Children.
  • 4. Volunteer Fund-Raiser for the National United Service Organizations (USO) Program Supporting Our Military, and for the Special Olympics Program at Joint Base Lewis- McChord. Volunteer Member of the Road Dawgs® Motorcycle Club in Tacoma, a Non-Profit that Raises Money for MultiCare’s Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital in Tacoma. PERSONAL DATA U. S. Citizen. Married. Willing to Travel or Relocate. Studied German and Vietnamese --Graduated from John Glenn High School in Westland, MI with a 3.0 GPA. --Played Trumpet in the Marching Band, and Was an Actor and Stage Building in the Drama Club. --Enjoy reading, camping, hiking, bicycling, bowling, classical music and live theater. Excellent personal and professional references available on request. Cover Letter: Extensive safety and security experience, collision investigations expertise, and relevant professional training have led me to formulate the following objective: A Management position in Safety, Security or Investigations where strong organizational, technical, analytical and communicative skills produce positive results, ensure personal and property safety, provide complete and accurate data, deliver quality service, and enhance organizational success. My overall background includes more than 24 years of successful experience in relating effectively to people of diverse cultural and educational backgrounds, most recently as an award-winning Police Patrol Officer for the City of Tacoma’s Police Department as the senior, most experienced Collision Investigator, Commercial Vehicle Inspector, Computer Instructor, Field Training Officer, Motorcycle Officer, Police Motorcycle Escort Operator, and senior Honor Guard member at 18 funerals for officers who were killed or died in the line of duty. Prior experience includes: --Serving as the Primary Investigator for 75 major accident scenes, being formerly certified to inspect trucks in all 50 states, writing more than 10,000+ tickets for moving violations, and creating and presenting 3 Training Seminars on Commercial Vehicle Safety for the non-profit Northwest Center. --Being a key player in the State of Washington’s Electronic Traffic Information Processing Initiative, known as eTRIP, and serving on 2 state commissions—helping develop the current Accident Investigation Form that was adopted by all Washington Police Departments, and helping design the SECTOR Electronic Ticket and Collision records software adopted statewide by every Police Department. --Being awarded the Tacoma Police Department’s Distinguished Service Medal, the Critical Incident Impact Unit Award, and being a Medal of Valor Nominee for assisting in the rescue of fire victims. --Serving as a Certified Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) Breathalyzer Operator, Certified Doppler Radar Operator, a Certified Basic FX Mapping Program Simulator Collision Operator, and a Certified Crash Data Retrieval (CDR) System Operator. --Being a Member of the Washington Association of Technical Accident Investigators.
  • 5. --Having extensive specialized training in Technical Collision Investigation, Collision Investigation Reconstruction and Mapping, Truck Vehicle Inspection, and Incident Management. Taking on new challenges, being open to change and having a strong desire to help others succeed are, for me, prerequisites for continued success. I am open to opportunities and would like to interview for a challenging position. Call me. Sincerely, Mike Alberts
  • 6. --Having extensive specialized training in Technical Collision Investigation, Collision Investigation Reconstruction and Mapping, Truck Vehicle Inspection, and Incident Management. Taking on new challenges, being open to change and having a strong desire to help others succeed are, for me, prerequisites for continued success. I am open to opportunities and would like to interview for a challenging position. Call me. Sincerely, Mike Alberts
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