Police Officer, Chief Of Police Operations Center
Name: Mohammed Al Mawri.
Yemen Police Officer
Age: 36 years old-
Experience of more than 14 years in the police operations on the national and international level and currently working with the United Nations in Haiti (MINUSTAH) as chief Police Operations Center.
My national and international experience at the level Operational has allowed me to develop my skills and to climb the ladder. This amount of experience is a major advantage for a candidate for this position. I am at a time leader and collaborator, and this is precisely what makes my power to energize teams and carry out operational projects. I have an excellent Knowledge of security operations and Crises Management Response/Emergency procedures. A good experience in security related issues, have a good Knowledge of UN security and safety procedures. A good experience in security related issues. And a good experience in providing security and protection services to victims and witnesses.
Perform my duties with discretion and maintain confidentiality. In addition, I perfectly master the computer skills and data processing and my spelling is impeccable. Possessing excellent interpersonal skills and a spirit of initiative. Autonomous, responsive, and have a good sense of organization, I particularly appreciate teamwork, and it is relying on the outgoing personality that I hope to carry out the tasks entrusted to me and I am convinced that it can be the candidate required for this position. .
Nevertheless also one of the most important and private reason why I applied for this position is satisfaction that I felt/fell during my working was in Ivory Coast and also in Haiti as a UN staff in international areas , and also , I spent about 06 years in the UN Common Operations Room in MINUSTAH & UNOCI . And I wish to keep this satisfaction to work as Security Officer which is included so close similar responsibilities and competencies, related to my profession.
Chief of Police Operations Centre
UP TO NOW
From October 2012
From To Salaries per annum Exact title of your post: Chief of Police Operations Centre
Month/Year OCT 2012 Month/Year UP TO NOW Starting Final
Name of employer: MINUSTAH Type of business: OPERATIONS-COMMUNICATIONS (POC)
Address of employer: HAITI-PAP-DELTA CAMP-BV 15 OCT Name of supervisor: Frederic Guilteaux
Number and kind of employees supervised by you: 23
UNPOL & LOCAL STAFF
Reason for leaving:
Still in duty
DESCRIPTION OF YOUR DUTIES:
Analyze, verify, transmit information, security alerts and requests for assistance; Convey the information in real time through the chain of command for urgent measures or decision Making; Follow up on events and reports their progress, Induce the intervention of units available in the zone directly or by decision of the command;
Maintain communication, collaborate, information sharing between the Police Operations Centre (POC), other components of JOC ( Joint Operations Center, Security Operations Center & Military Operations Center ) and the Haitian National Police;
Provide assistance, proactive preparation of the Haitian National Police in the appropriate and efficient operations in Port-au-Prince and throughout Haiti response;
Drafting Daily Police Reports , Flash Reports, and update'''' JOC Integrated Call Log in order to circulate the information's towards other components of MINUSTAH;
The immediate transmission of events (events, incidents of crime, community policing, etc.) to the specialized services through the chain of command to take the urgent measures necessary and appropriate;
Provide operational support, monitoring of the local telephone line: hotline (113), then the capacity of radio operators and Monitoring the activities of the hotline for better delivery to services users;
Ensure that the members of the Police Operations Centre (POC) carry out their activities within the framework of...
Patrol Team Leader
Ministry of interior-Coast Guards
From September 2005
Month/Year Sep 2005 Month/Year Dec 2007 Starting Final
Name of employer: Ministry of interior-Coast Guards Type of business: Coast Guards Operations
Address of employer: Aden Sector, Al Moala Port Name of supervisor: ALI RASSA
Number and kind of employees supervised by you: 03 Reason for leaving: Mission
DESCRIPTION OF YOUR DUTIES:
Conduct patrols security either all near the port or the coastal roads (Littoral) to secure the area against illegal trading (contraband, illegal immigration - contraband weapons);
Fight against terrorism in the ports and coastlines;
-Search and Rescue;
From To Salaries per annum Exact title of your post: Duty Officer , Liaison officer
Month/Year Dec 2000 Month/Year Sep 2004 Starting Final
Name of employer: Ministry of interior -Coast Guards- Type of business: Cost Guards Operations
Address of employer: AL THRER -Sana'a -Yemen Name of supervisor: ALI RASSEE
Number and kind of employees supervised by you: Reason for leaving:
DESCRIPTION OF YOUR DUTIES:
Processing of information in both day and night in all security levels. Achieve the allocation, coordination of police operations, liaison with the sectors and teams on the ground;
On the international level, in collaboration with the international coalition forces based in the international waters. I was in responsible for the Co-ordination of fighting against the pirates, the contraband of weapons and illegal immigration;
Communicate with each sector operations and patrols if necessary to send them the orders received by the senior authorities;
Drafting Daily Police Reports , Flash Reports, and update in order to circulate the information to the chain of command;
The immediate transmission of events (events, incidents of crime, community policing, etc.) to the specialized services through the chain of command to...
Qualifications & Certifications
Institute Of Peace Keeping
The French Cultural Center
HIGH SCHOOL Certificat
technical school or apprenticeship
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