Ronald Fowlkes is a business development manager in the field of law enforcement. Fowlkes has a huge joke responsibility. He is responsible for educating and training almost 200 employees within the country. He also has the responsibility of maintaining healthy relationships with the customers of the company. He is also responsible for selecting the right products for the company and making sure that they actually sale.
Fowlkes’ career began around 1989. He served time in the Marine Corps for the United States of America. While serving the country, he was promoted multiple times. While serving in the Marine Corps he was enrolled in engineer courses. He has also advance certificates in the Combat Driver School. He used this time to make a name and reputation for himself throughout the years. Fowlkes was always extremely motivated and ready to accomplish goals. He served in the Marine Corps until 1993 but he accomplished so much!
After leaving the Marine Corps Fowlkes decided to work with the Department of Defense. While working with this department, Fowlkes started working with the Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization, which is also known as JIEDDO. While working with the group, he was stationed in Iraq. Most of Ronald’s experience comes from this part of his career because he had so many responsibilities while working with JIEDDO.
Some of his responsibilities included deescalating hostage situations, hostage rescue, evidence collection, questioning captured individuals, and post blast analysis. After leaving JIEDDO, Ronald began a career with the law enforcement field. Over the years he has gained a little more than 10 years in the field. He worked or the St. Louis Police Department for ten years. After leaving St. Louis’ Metropolitan Police Department, he then went on to work for three years with the St. Louis County Police Department.
While Fowlkes was employed with the St. Louis Police department he became a team leader, which was a huge accomplishment for him. He then became certified to be a tactical rifle instructor. As an instructor, Fowlkes has been able to teach students the techniques of shoot house, SWAT tactics, and other defensive tactics as well. This particular team is in charge of high risk detainees and high risk entries. The team completes almost 300 of these high risky situations a year.
The team is also responsible for obtaining guns and drugs from different neighborhoods. They are proud that they are in most of some of the most dangerous neighborhoods throughout the city. They do the best they can to make sure that all neighborhoods around the area are safe, drug free, and gun free.