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David Brooksher

David Brooksher

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Kennesaw State University

Student at Kennesaw State University

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Kennesaw State University

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Best Buy

Asset Protection Specialist

Day-to-Day Responsibilities Included:

- Loss prevention, physical security and EHS compliance
- Closed circuit television surveillance
- Maintaining of various daily logs (i.e., merchandise, equipment and vendor sign-in)
- First responder: providing first aid medical care to common, minor workplace injuries
- Perform weekly environmental health and safety inspections of facility and procedures and provide reports
- Training new AP associates in retail asset protection/loss prevention

Best Buy Accomplishments

- In June 2011 I was assigned to update my facility’s store emergency notification procedures.
- In April 2011 I updated my unit’s day-to-day loss prevention paperwork to reflect new needs by our product process department.
- In June 2010 I assumed responsibility for monitoring store compliance with corporate safety guidelines.
- In April 2010 I headed up the task of redesigning my store’s opening shift asset protection procedures.
- In February 2010 I drafted and created my store’s first set of closing AP procedures which are now in circulation for use by other stores in my district and district management.
- In July 2009 I was given responsibility to maintain my store’s loss prevention office and administrative functions.

Career

The Home Depot, Inc.

Control Room Operator

Day-to-Day Responsibilities Included:

- Access control: monitoring personnel and visitors, maintained logs, responded to incidents, and first responder
- Closed circuit television surveillance: monitoring local and field offices, pulling film archives for review and investigation, and maintenance
- Database administration: maintained activity logs, created and filed incident reports
- Intelligence gathering: store incident analysis and reporting for Security and Corporate Management
- Physical security: guard staff, medical first response, standing post
- Monitored executive offices and residences
- Executive protection advance team support role

Home Depot Accomplishments

- In 2006 I was chosen to represent Home Depot Corporate Security by attending the National Center for Crisis and Continuity Coordination’s (NC4) user conference and training seminar in San Diego, Calif.
- Also in 2006 I created a standardized BOLO template for internal use by Home Depot Corporate Security associates. This form was used as the standard for the department through 2009.
- In 2007, while working in tandem with senior management, principally Home Depot’s asset protection department, I created a standardized form for the company’s “24-Hour Emergency Hotline” which is also still used company-wide to this day.
- In 2008 I remotely assisted members of the U.S. Marshals Service’s SERFTF in safely recovering an abducted male child from Gwinnett County, Georgia, by a fugitive relative of the child.

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Career

Kennesaw State University

Bachelor of Science (Pending), Communication and Media Studies

Medix (EMT-I)

Diploma, Emergency Medical Technology/Technician