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  • Ad ID: 5466

  • Added: April 9, 2019

  • Location: United States

  • State: California

  • Phone: 619-846-1489

  • Views: 1265

  • Date Available: o4-10-19

  • Willing To Relocate: No

  • Email:

  • Handler Type: Explosives Detection


John P Vidaurre
P.O. Box 455834
San Diego, California 92145
Phone: 619-846-1489

• Over 5 years of management, Law enforcement, first responder and human services skills gained in the military.
• Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills; dedicated to serving the public
• Experienced in interpreting and implementing laws, regulations and procedures.
• Ability to effectively work and make sound decisions under pressure.
• Exceptional interpersonal skills, able to interact effectively and professionally with other faculty, students and staff.
• Proficient in utilizing Microsoft Office, Excel, electronic records, and data bases entry/retrieval programs.


Military Working Dog Police Officer, Department of Defense, USMC November 2017 – Present
Marine Corps Air Station Miramar Bldg. 6040 40+ hrs./week
San Diego, CA 92145 $30,000/year
(619) 253-5423; Cpl. Tristaan Warren: May Contact

• Caretake Military working dogs in process of retiring and separation from active service.
• Caretaker duties include maintain their Ideal Weight Range, tracking medication and their basic obedience skills until retirement.
• Monitor, note, report, and investigate criminal and/or suspicious persons and situations, safety hazards, and unusual or illegal activity in patrol area.
• Identify, pursue, and arrest suspects and perpetrators of criminal acts.
• Patrol specific area on foot, or motorized conveyance, responding promptly to calls for assistance.
• Review facts of incidents to determine if criminal act or statute violations were involved.
• Render aid to accident victims and other persons requiring first aid for physical injuries.
• Canine Working Dog duties include daily health checks of assigned working dogs.
• Conducted daily training required to keep certification of explosive canine and explosive canine team current, efficient, and effective.
• Train newly assigned canines to be proficient in explosive and narcotic detection.
• Subject matter expert in newly assigned canines trained under the DFR (Deferred Final Response) training method.
• Subject matter expert in training and certification of new dogs in narcotics, explosive, and controlled aggression (“Green Dogs”).
• Utilize assigned canine to conduct random anti-terrorism measures and law enforcement duties.
• Utilize canine as a psychological deterrent at all base entry points and throughout the installation.
• Assigned to special mission duties conducting canine sweeps of local airports, airport transportation vehicles, and surrounding military bases.
• Operate and maintained a government vehicle equipped with a kennel used to transport the canine.
• Keep detailed daily records on handlers and canines training, health, activities and utilization.
• Assigned to missions in direct support of the Secret Service and Department of State conducting canine explosive searches for the President, Vice President, Secretary of State, Foreign Diplomats.

Military Police Officer, Department of Defense, USMC April 2017 – November 2017
7117 Gonslaves Ave. 40+ hrs./week
San Diego, CA 92145 $30,000/year
(619) 253-5423; Lt. Jason Campuzano: May Contact

• Assisted as the Desk Sergeant for the 2018 MCAS Miramar Air Show exercising decision-making abilities to execute Law Enforcement Operation resulting in a safe and incident-free event.
• Respond to and/or investigate complaints of minor to complex incidents, and patrol the installation via motorized vehicles, walking, or bicycling.
• Gather and analyze facts, take statements, perform traffic law enforcement, and perform law enforcement duties at fixed posts such as entry and exit gates throughout the installation.
• Implement anti-terrorism/force protection measures, write technical descriptive documents/reports, and perform other law enforcement duties as assigned.
• Acts as first responder to all types of emergencies or volatile situations such as terrorist attacks, hostage/barricaded situations, bomb threats, vehicle accidents, robberies, hazardous material incidents, and other emergencies.
• Advises suspects of their Miranda rights prior to questioning. Writes incident and activity reports and detains suspects. Secures and processes the crime scene, conducts preliminary investigations, gathers evidence and obtains witness statements.
• Controls access to sensitive/restricted areas where there is potential for breach of security, public safety or public health.
• Performs police duties to assure the protection of life, property, and the civil rights of individuals.
• Seized Illegal contraband and narcotics.
• Acting Field training officer.
• Ensuring compliance with safety and security measures during periods of instruction.
• Evaluating students’ progress in attaining program knowledge and skills.
• Created, implemented, and supervised timeline for platoon daily pre-shift brief to fall in accordance with accreditation and LE Manual guidelines.
• Trained and evaluated new police officer performance in accordance with Field Training Officer manual.
• Assumed regular police officer duties when not instructing new officers.
• Conducted traffic stops and investigations that have resulted in Incident Complaint Reports for state and base driving suspension(s), narcotics and drug paraphernalia, driving under the influence, solicitation on federal property, trespassing, reckless driving, domestic disturbances, assaults, etc.
• Acted as on scene Commander in absence of Watch Commander presence.
• Acted as a Patrol Supervisor when needed. Supervised service calls and reports. Calls included intrusion alarms, medical assist, driver’s license suspensions, driving under the influence and domestic disturbances and assaults. Performs duties as first responder to medical emergencies.
• Responsible for receiving reports, maintaining desk journals, ensuring accuracy of paperwork submitted, maintaining key control for various buildings and vehicles, issuing specialized equipment, and checking detention cells..
• Inspect the physical security of the areas, evaluate situations and conditions, identify deficiencies, and recommend or take appropriate actions.
• Inspect police activities on the installation to ensure compliance with established policies and procedures.
• Ensure law enforcement duties are complete by the end of shift, and ensure the work is in accordance with department guidelines.
• Ensure all radio communication falls under Department of Defense, Department of Navy, US Marine Corps and Federal Communication Commission Rules Policy and Procedures.
• Monitor all calls received. Ensure the appropriate number of police units are dispatched to crimes/incidents.
• Evaluate situations and conditions, identify deficiencies, and recommend or take appropriate corrective actions.
• Instruct new police officers in their specific tasks and techniques, and provides them written instructions, reference materials and supplies to assist them in their instructions.
• Make recommendations to the Patrol Sergeant and the Field Training Coordinator on performance/behavior issues concerning the new police officer.

Squad Team Leader; Field Military Policeman, Department of Defense, USMC May 2015 – April 2017
Camp Hansen, Okinawa
FPO AP, 96365-5902

• Guided those under my leadership and ensured main objective was achieved daily, ensuring physical conditioning and knowledge detainment.
• Followed and maintained safety protocols.
• In charge of conducting combat patrols, checkpoints, and vehicle searches.
• Gathered intelligence and potential avenues of approach through reconnaissance exercises.
• Worked with the Republic of Korea (ROK) Marines through a Korean Marine Exchange program, sharing joint military operations.
• Worked in the Philippines as part of a Custodial over watch of prisoner Joseph S. Pemberton. Convicted of 1st degree murder.
• Conducted private security detachment and convoy security .
• Effective team leader.
• First Aid and Combat Lifesaving skills certified.
• Led a fire team during infantry dismounted battle drills and situational training exercise.
• Setting up and supervising entry control points in avenue of the Operating Base.
• Coordinated 24 hour patrols to ensure the Operating Base’s perimeter.


National Defense Service Medal Sea Service Deployment Ribbon
Marine Corp Good Conduct Medal Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
Korean Service Medal Letters of Appreciation (USO, MCAS Miramar Air Show 2018)


College(s) # of Quarter Hours Completed Degree Earned Month/Year Awarded
Broward College 67.00 Associates in Arts: Criminal Justice Aug. 2011
National University 64.50 Bachelor Degree: Homeland Security (in Progress) Expected 2019

Administrative Skills: Proficient in typing and data entry. Prepared daily, weekly, and monthly reports using Microsoft applications. Utilized Microsoft Outlook for appointments, calendars and schedules. Routine daily work activities included the use of computers, printers, copiers, scanners and fax machines.

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