7115 Matthew Street Â·JACKSONVILLE, FL Â· 32210 HOME (904) 765-5409 MOBILE (904) 351- 9640 Â·PERKINS_DARRYL@YAHOO.COM DARRYL O. PERKINS OBJECTIVE A challenging position, utilizing abilities developed through my experiences and education with the opportunity for professional growth based on performance. WORK OF EXPERIENCE 04/2011 â€“ Presentâ€‹ Wal-Mart â€‹ Jacksonville, FL. Loss Prevention â€¢ Identify potential for loss and develop strategies to eliminate it. â€¢ Advise retail managers on compliance with applicable codes, laws, regulations, or standards. â€¢ Administer systems and programs to reduce loss, maintain inventory control, or increase safety. â€¢ Supervise surveillance, detection, or criminal processing related to theft and criminal cases. â€¢ Train loss prevention staff, retail managers, or store employees on loss control and prevention measures. â€¢ Analyze retail data to identify current or emerging trends in theft or fraud. â€¢ Collaborate with law enforcement to investigate and solve external theft or fraud cases. â€¢ Assess security needs across locations to ensure proper deployment of loss prevention resources, such as staff and technology. â€¢ Monitor and review paperwork procedures and systems to prevent error-related shortages. â€¢ Coordinate theft and fraud investigations involving career criminals or organized group activities. 04/1994 â€“ 02/2012 State of Florida Department of Correctionsâ€‹ Lake Butler, FL. Captain of Corrections â€¢ Maintain order, discipline, and security within assigned areas in accordance with relevant rules, regulations, policies, and laws. â€¢ Take, receive, or check periodic inmate counts. â€¢ Maintain knowledge of, comply with, and enforce all institutional policies, rules, procedures, and regulations. â€¢ Respond to emergencies, such as escapes. â€¢ Supervise and direct the work of correctional officers to ensure the safe custody, discipline, and welfare of inmates. â€¢ Restrain, secure, or control offenders, using chemical agents, firearms, or other weapons of force as necessary. â€¢ Resolve problems between inmates. â€¢ Supervise or perform searches of inmates or their quarters to locate contraband items. â€¢ Monitor behavior of subordinates to ensure alert, courteous, and professional behavior toward inmates, parolees, fellow employees, visitors, and the public. â€¢ Complete administrative paperwork or supervise the preparation or maintenance of records, forms, or reports. 02/1993 â€“ 04/1994 State of Mississippi Department of Corrections â€‹Parchman, MS. Correctional Officer â€¢ Conduct head counts to ensure that each prisoner is present. â€¢ Monitor conduct of prisoners in housing unit, or during work or recreational activities, according to established policies, regulations, and procedures, to prevent escape or violence. â€¢ Inspect conditions of locks, window bars, grills, doors, and gates at correctional facilities to ensure security and help prevent escapes. â€¢ Record information, such as prisoner identification, charges, and incidences of inmate disturbance, and keep daily logs of prisoner activities. â€¢ Search prisoners and vehicles and conduct shakedowns of cells for valuables and contraband, such as weapons or drugs. â€¢ Use weapons, handcuffs, and physical force to maintain discipline and order among prisoners. â€¢ Inspect mail for the presence of contraband. â€¢ Guard facility entrances to screen visitors. â€¢ Maintain records of prisoners' identification and charges. â€¢ Process or book convicted individuals into prison. 06/1985 â€“ 06/1990 Department of the United States Navy â€‹ Radioman â€¢ Operated Hf, VHF, SHF transmitter, receiver, transceiver and teletype writer â€¢ Maintained communication between land, ship, overseas site and aircraft â€¢ Encrypted and decrypted top secret messages â€¢ Handled communication from unclassified, classified, top secret, secret, confidential and single integrated operational plan (siop) sources SKILLS â€¢ Ability to handle high stress situations â€¢ Active Listening â€¢ Critical Thinking â€¢ Monitoring â€¢ Negotiation â€¢ Reading/Oral Comprehension â€¢ Persuasion â€¢ Service Orientation â€¢ Coordination â€¢ Deductive/Inductive Reasoning â€¢ Reaction Time EDUCATION Greenville High Schoolâ€‹ Greenville, MS Coahoma Junior Collegeâ€‹ Clarksdale, MS U.S. Navy Radioman/Telecommunication Schoolâ€‹ San Diego, CA Mississippi State Basic Recruit Correctional Officer Lake City Community College â€‹ REFERENCES Available upon request CERTIFICATIONS â€¢ First Aid/CPR â€¢ Defensive take down tactics â€¢ Confinement techniques â€¢ Chemical Agents â€¢ Discretionary Firearm â€¢ Cell Force Extraction â€¢ Handcuffing/ Flexi-cuffing Procedures CLEARANCES â€¢ 9mm â€¢ 0.38 handgun â€¢ 12- gauge shotgun â€¢ Taser X26/M26 â€¢ Chemical Agent â€¢ M-14 Rifle TRAINING HIGHLIGHTS â€¢ Correctional Officer Tactics â€¢ Criminal Investigations â€¢ Situational Training â€¢ Weapons Handling â€¢ Levels of Force â€¢ Civil Disturbance â€¢ Urban Area Force Protection â€¢ Personal Security Detail â€¢ Conflict Management AWARDS/RECOGNITION â€¢ Letter of Appreciation for services provided during natural disasters â€¢ Honorable Discharge from U.S. Navy 1990, DD 214 Honorable Discharge â€¢ Reenlistment Certificate â€¢ Basic Recruit Certificate of Compliance Correctional Officers State of Florida â€¢ Good Conduct Award, Department of the Navy 1989 â€¢ Letter of Appreciation for Restoration of Local AKA Sorority House RESULTS â€¢ Earned consistent commendations for devotion to duty: 1. Citations for excellence in rapidly resolving crisis situations 2. Upholding law and order 3. Relating effectively with culturally diverse populations 4. Protecting property and lives â€¢ Fulfilled a range of duties for inmates: 1. On death row 2. In the mental health facility 3. Special housing units 4. Confinement 5. Boot camp 6. Youthful offenders 7. Pregnant inmates â€¢ Trained staff members to complete incident reports, use of force reports and disciplinary reports. â€¢ Ensured the accuracy of recording and accountability of massive population numbers of gain/losses. â€¢ Performed daily inspections and well as physical security inspections of safety equipment, reporting maintenance issues and safety issues. â€¢ Successfully distributed messages for NAS Naval Station by planning maintenance on telecommunication equipment system and handling various levels of communication for the Department of the Navy.