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Lodge 545 of the Pennsylvania Freemasons
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Stephen L. Sweet
Chief Operating Officer
has an accomplished and successful record of performance spanning 28 years of military, public law enforcement and private industry security.
He is a U.S. Army and Navy veteran who served as Platoon Sergeant, Armorer, Physical Security Inspector and Instructor/trainer.
Upon leaving military service he
joined an international security firm and rose through the ranks from Inspector/Trainer to Security Manager, Operations, and Human Resources manager.
Upon becoming a public law enforcement officer, he quickly distinguished himself in DUI/Narcotics Interdiction and worked undercover with a Federal Task Force and also conducted Fugitive Warrant operations.
As a University Director of Public Safety and Police Services he
developed numerous programs related to community service, field training (FTO) and dignitary protection.
He is a certified NRA law Enforcement Firearms Instructor, Maryland and Louisiana certified security officer and firearms instructor and also holds certifications as a Defensive Tactics and Weapons Retention Instructor.
He has served on the National Association of Chiefs of Police Training Committee (Northeast) as an advisor and Officer Survival/Tactical Firearms and Building Entry Tactics Instructor.
He has held certifications with the Municipal Police Officers Education and Training Committee and the PA Department of Education as a Police Officer and with the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency as a Pennsylvania State Constable.
He is actively involved in community service through the American Legion, Military Warrior Support Foundation and is a member of Lodge 545 of the Pennsylvania Freemasons.
Stephen L Sweet
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