Law enforcement

Michael Marrero 72 Marginal St Apt 503 East Boston, MA 02128 (C ) 857-294-8775 Blackhawk41217@gmail.com EDUCATION ​Northeastern University, Boston, MA ​Concentration: Psychology ​9/2011-Present EXPERIENCE City of Boston Parks and Recreation, Boston MA​May 2007-Present ​Park Ranger Division To protect the park resources and the people who patronize the parks, the Rangers work closely with fire, police, conservation and animal control service agencies in Boston, using the tools of verbal persuasion and education, Rangers enforce all City of Boston park rules and Bike Patrol regulations, local, state and federal laws and ordinances. The Boston Park Rangers have three primary areas of responsibility; public assistance, public safety and park protection, and interpretive programming. Each one of these responsibilities encourages the proper use of The Boston Parks through education Marrero Construction, Boston MA​April 2004- May 2008 ​Assistant Foreman/ Management Plan and coordinate the activities of employees within a single works function of Council. Supervise the day-to-day operation of a minor works project. Ensuring a high standard of public relations is maintained between Council staff and general community, especially residences specifically affected by onsite operations. Liaising with other service authorities, suppliers and sub-contractors (both internal and external)to coordinate works in an efficient and safe manner. CERTIFICATIONS/ TRAININGS ​Completed 100 hour special officer training program First responder certified First aid AED and CPR certified Completed course in defensive tactics Completed threat awareness course Completed violence prevention and public interaction course Completed Ice water rescue training with Animal Rescue City of Boston Completed animal awareness course with Animal Rescue

  • ID#: 75290
  • Location: Boston, MA , 02128

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