John Ciochetty

John Ciochetty – Top Executive

Delaware, OH — John Ciochetty is being recognized by Continental Who’s Who as a Top Executive in the field of Business & Management and acknowledgment of his professional excellence as a Security Manager & Flight Supervisor at AEGIS Protective Services.

Headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, AEGIS Protective Services is a complete security solutions provider proudly meeting the security needs of their clients. They provide a wide array of services including Security Guard Services, Patrol Services, as well as installation and maintenance of all types of Electronic Security Systems. For the past 20 years, AEGIS Protective Services continues to maintain their well-deserving reputation as a competent, honest, and knowledgeable security partner.

Recognized nationally in Campus Safety and Law Enforcement, Mr. Ciochetty has led an impressive career having accrued over 40 years of professional excellence. He offers a vast repertoire of experience and expertise in management and leadership. In his current capacity, he demonstrates the highest level of professionalism and integrity as a Security Manager & Flight Supervisor at AEGIS Protective Services. At the early start of his career, Mr. Ciochetty became a commissioned officer in the United States Army and Reserve in 1980. Since then, he has flourished in many positions including serving as a public safety officer at Ohio Wesleyan University, where he was responsible for patrolling the university’s campus, conducting investigations, enforcing laws and university regulations, conducting traffic control at special events, and writing reports regarding incidents against property and persons. He also gained valuable experience administering first aid/CPR to injured persons, and coordinating activities with local fire and law enforcement personnel, and trains new officers. Previously, he thrived as a custom protective officer in federal, state, and local facilities, as a probation officer in Ohio and West Virginia.

To prepare for his career, Mr. Ciochetty received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Marshall University in 1980. He also completed criminal justice coursework towards his graduate studies back in 1988, obtaining a Master of Science degree. He was certified in Campus Law enforcement at Purdue University in West Lafayette, IN, 2003. He also holds a certification in crisis intervention through the Delaware-Morrow Mental Health and Recovery Services Board and the Delaware City Police Department and he successfully completed a counter-terrorist education course through the Department of Homeland Security at Dension University in November 2003. Mr. Ciochetty is a member of Alpha Phi Sigma-The National Criminal Justice Honor Society.

In 1980, Mr. John Ciochetty was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the U.S. Army/U.S. Army Reserves and Ohio National Guard as an Executive Officer in Air Defense Artillery and Combat Engineers. One of his duties was to write a manual regarding Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Warfare Defense, which was immediately accepted by the NBC division at Ft. Knox, Kentucky. He received Superior and Excellent ratings during his officer evaluations. His writing skills were expanded later as a published author for Archadia/The History Press and AuthorHouse Publishing Companies. He wrote two books titled, The Ghosts of Stuyvesant Hall and Beyond, Vol. 1 (2007) and Ghosts of Historic Delaware, Ohio (2010), which are now distributed internationally.

During his graduate school education at Marshall University, Ciochetty conducted research in the American Executive Process. At the present time, he is conducting additional research to produce a book titled, The National Security Council in the Formulation of U.S. Foreign Policy. The person assisting Mr. Ciochetty with this research was the late Ken Hechler, special assistant to U.S. President Harry S Truman. Hechler was later elected as the Secretary of State for the state of West Virginia and as a U.S. Congressman.

In 1993, Mr. Ciochetty accepted a position with the U.S. Vice President’s commission on “The National Performance Review” during the Clinton presidential administration. His job was to provide ideas to eliminate waste and corruption in government and private corporations. It was a non-paid position.

In light of professional achievements, Mr. Ciochetty is the recipient of several awards and accolades, including being listed in Marquis Who’s Who in America and the World. He received a Letter of Commendation from the Delaware Ohio Police Department for assisting a Delaware City Police Officer in the apprehension of a violent offender.

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