Acerca de JHON W RODRIGUEZ

  • Nivel Académico Estudios Tecnicos/ tecnologicos
  • Edad 38 - 42 Years
  • Salario Deseado 3868
  • Genero Masculino
  • Industria Conduccion de vehiculos livianos

Acerca de mí

As a proactive strategist and analyst with over 10 years of experience as a public servant, I possess a solid technical background in criminalistics and forensic sciences, specializing in ballistics and explosives. Additionally, I graduated as a Patrol Officer from the National Police of Colombia and was promoted to the rank of Sublieutenant in 2014. I am fully aware of the challenges inherent to the position I am applying for and I am prepared to overcome them with determination.

Educación

Experiencia

  • 2020 - 2020
    CRETA seguridad LTDA

    Private Security and Surveillance Supervisor

    The functions of a private security supervisor may include:

    Supervising Security Personnel: Overseeing and managing the security team, including assigning duties, conducting performance evaluations, and providing training and guidance.
    Ensuring Compliance: Ensuring that security personnel adhere to company policies, industry regulations, and legal requirements in their operations.
    Security Planning: Developing and implementing security plans and procedures to protect assets, property, and individuals, considering potential risks and vulnerabilities.
    Risk Assessment: Conducting risk assessments and security audits to identify potential security threats, vulnerabilities, and areas for improvement.
    Monitoring and Surveillance: Utilizing surveillance systems, such as CCTV cameras, to monitor security activities, detect suspicious behavior, and respond to incidents in a timely manner.
    Incident Response: Coordinating and responding to security incidents, emergencies, or breaches, ensuring appropriate protocols are followed, and initiating necessary actions.
    Liaising with Authorities: Collaborating with law enforcement agencies, emergency services, and other relevant authorities to report incidents, gather information, and ensure proper coordination during security-related events.
    Client Communication: Maintaining regular communication with clients to understand their security needs, address concerns, and provide updates on security operations.
    Security Training and Awareness: Conducting training sessions and workshops to enhance the skills and knowledge of security personnel, promoting a culture of security awareness within the organization.
    Documentation and Reporting: Keeping accurate records of security-related incidents, preparing incident reports, and documenting any necessary actions taken for future reference or legal purposes.

  • 2020 - 2022
    JHOEM Global Vision Foundation (FUNDAVIGLO)

    Co-Founder.

    Main Responsibilities:

    Provide strategic alliances for the foundation’s growth.
    Present topics related to the foundation’s mission.
    Establish and implement acceptance and expansion strategies.

    Campaign Development:

    Develop fundraising strategies for the foundation’s operation.
    Apply and monitor corrective measures in the implementation of the strategy.
    Note: The Foundation suspended its activities due to the pandemic.

  • 2015 - 2016
    National Directorate of Investigation and Intelligence of the National Police of Colombia.

    Criminological Investigator

    As a criminological researcher and criminal analyst in the Criminal Analysis Group (GAC) of the Criminal Investigation Section (SIJIN) of the National Police of Colombia, I played a fundamental role in the investigation of crimes, providing expertise in the analysis and understanding of the criminological aspects of cases. This work involved thoroughly analyzing the information obtained, from physical evidence to witness testimonies, to identify patterns, trends, and common characteristics that would help solve the cases.

    One of the main responsibilities was to develop accurate and detailed criminal profiles. For this, advanced criminological techniques and methodologies were used to better understand the dynamics of the crimes and provide valuable information to the investigators. Additionally, I provided technical advice to my colleagues in the planning and execution of investigations, offering recommendations on evidence collection techniques, information analysis, and crime scene management.

    I also actively participated in interagency cooperation, working closely with other security and justice agencies at the national and international levels. Sharing information, knowledge, and best practices to strengthen investigations and the fight against organized and transnational crime.

    In addition to operational work, I provided training and outreach in the field of criminology, sharing knowledge and experiences with other members of the National Police and the general community, providing training in investigation techniques, crime prevention, and awareness of public safety.

    The acquired experience and developed skills would allow this criminological researcher to make a significant contribution to any activity undertaken.

  • 2011 - 2015
    National Directorate of Investigation and Intelligence of the National Police of Colombia.

    Human Resources Manager

    As a responsible for Human Talent in DIJIN, some functions you could perform are:

    Employee lifecycle management: Take care of all employee stages, from hiring to separation. This includes recruitment and selection, onboarding, professional development, performance evaluation, and separation processes.
    Personnel administration: Manage employee information and documentation, including contract preparation, record updating, attendance control, leave and permit management, among others.
    Development and training: Identify employee training needs and coordinate professional development and training programs. This involves planning, executing, and evaluating training activities, workshops, and development programs.
    Performance management: Implement and oversee performance evaluation systems to measure employee performance and provide constructive feedback. You can also participate in identifying improvement opportunities and implementing personal development plans.
    Compensation and benefits management: Administer compensation and benefits programs, including salaries, incentives, bonuses, and additional benefits. This includes conducting salary analyses, ensuring compliance with compensation policies, and managing negotiations with unions or employee representatives.
    Work environment and labor relations management: Foster a positive work environment by promoting effective communication and resolving labor conflicts. Additionally, you may participate in labor negotiations, mediate disputes, and ensure compliance with labor laws and internal regulations.

  • 2008 - 2011
    National Directorate of Investigation and Intelligence of the National Police of Colombia.

    Criminal Investigator

    As a Criminal Investigator, some of the functions of my position were:

    Carrying out thorough investigations into committed crimes, collecting evidence, interviewing witnesses and victims, and analyzing information to determine the facts and circumstances related to the crime.
    Collecting and properly preserving evidence related to a crime. This involves ensuring that all relevant evidence is collected at the crime scene and managing the chain of custody to guarantee the integrity of the evidence.
    Carefully analyzing the information gathered during the investigation, such as criminal records, forensic reports, and testimonies. This analysis can reveal patterns, trends, and connections between crimes, helping to identify the culprits and clarify cases.
    Utilizing criminal profiling techniques to develop accurate and detailed profiles of possible suspects or offenders. This involves analyzing characteristics, motivations, and behaviors associated with the crime to assist in the identification and apprehension of the responsible individuals.
    Working closely with other security and justice agencies, both nationally and internationally. This involves sharing information, coordinating joint investigative efforts, and collaborating in the fight against organized and transnational crime.
    Interviewing witnesses and victims, gathering their testimonies and statements. This includes conducting detailed interviews and using appropriate interrogation techniques to obtain precise and relevant information for the investigation.

  • 2006 - 2008
    National Directorate of Investigation and Intelligence of the National Police of Colombia.

    Official driver

    As a driver for the National Police of Colombia, I developed important skills in preventive, reactive, and deterrent driving. These skills are crucial for a police driver as they allow for effective responses to various situations and contribute to public safety. The following are detailed descriptions of each of these skills:
    Preventive driving: Adopting a proactive approach to avoid risky situations on the road. Some skills related to preventive driving include:
    Maintaining a defensive attitude and being alert to potential hazards on the road.
    Keeping a safe distance from other vehicles and anticipating the movements of other drivers.
    Observing and obeying traffic rules and signals.
    Regularly conducting vehicle checks, such as inspecting tires, lights, and brakes, to ensure they are in good condition.
    Reactive driving: The ability to respond quickly to emergencies or dangers on the road. Some skills related to reactive driving include:
    Staying calm and acting decisively in high-stress situations.
    Performing safe evasive maneuvers to avoid collisions or accidents.
    Properly using the vehicle’s braking and steering systems in emergency situations.
    Communicating effectively with other drivers and security teams in joint response situations.
    Deterrent driving: Utilizing techniques and tactics to deter and prevent criminal activities. Some skills related to deterrent driving include:
    Maintaining a visible and authoritative presence on the road to discourage illegal behaviors.
    Using strategic driving techniques to patrol specific areas and demonstrate police presence in high-risk locations.
    Communicating effectively with the public to convey safety messages and maintain order.
    Participating in tactical driving training to acquire advanced driving skills in high-risk situations.
    These skills in preventive, reactive, and deterrent driving are essential for National Police drivers as they enable them to face different challenges in the performance of their duties and ensure public safety on the roads.

  • 2006 - 2006
    The National Police of Colombia

    Surveillance Police

    These are just some of the functions I performed as a patrol officer in the National Police of Colombia. The main objective was to ensure security, maintain public order, and provide assistance to the community.
    Patrolling and surveillance: Conducting patrols in assigned areas to detect criminal activities, maintain security, and prevent the commission of crimes. This involves patrolling streets, parks, neighborhoods, and other public areas to maintain a police presence and respond to emergency situations.
    Response to emergency calls: Responding quickly and efficiently to emergency calls received through the communication center. This may include attending traffic accidents, riots, robberies, assaults, or other situations requiring police intervention.
    Law enforcement: Enforcing laws and regulations. This involves identifying and apprehending suspects, making arrests when necessary, and taking appropriate measures to maintain order and public safety.
    Assistance and protection to the community: Providing assistance and protection to citizens in various situations. This may include helping people in danger, providing first aid, mediating disputes, and providing guidance and information on public safety.
    Information gathering and reporting: Collecting relevant information during patrols and incident response. This involves taking detailed notes, collecting evidence, interviewing witnesses, and preparing accurate reports to document events and contribute to investigations.
    Collaboration with other agencies and entities: Collaborating with other security agencies, emergency organizations, and government entities to address specific situations, such as joint operations, crime prevention campaigns, and community programs.

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