Casino security personnel are tasked with protecting the well-being of customers and staff inside the establishments they patrol. They are responsible for monitoring the goings-on on the floor, looking for indications of potentially suspicious conduct, and responding to any emergency. The security agents working in casinos need to think clearly and swiftly under intense pressure. They may also be required to execute additional activities, such as conducting investigations into allegations of theft or fraud, addressing concerns about crowd management, or assisting with providing emergency medical services when required. 2015 was the year when Anton started his new job as a security officer at a casino in Stateline, Nevada. When first recruited, he was a casino security officer at the Montbleu Resort Casino & Spa. The following year, in 2016, he began working at Harrah’s/Lake Harvey’s Tahoe, which was situated just across the street and was owned and operated by Caesars Entertainment. It was a step in the right direction for him to take a job in security since he was working toward a career in law enforcement and his ultimate aim was to become a police officer. Before he began his employment in an official capacity, he went through formal education in safety and law enforcement.
Anton’s selection in Nevada’s Department of Corrections and passing the certification exam for Peace Officers’
In 2016, he got his big break. He was invited to test out for the Correctional Officer Trainee position for the Nevada Department of Corrections, specifically at Nevada’s only maximum security prison, which is located in Ely, Nevada. He first passed the physical fitness test, then the written exam, then an interview with a panel, and lastly, the drug screening and fingerprints required to start a background check with the Nevada State and the FBI. He was successful in all of these steps.
It was about three weeks after the test that he received a call from the hiring department, notifying him that he had successfully passed all prerequisites for employment and that he had been selected to continue the employment process, which would require him to relocate to Ely, Nevada, to begin orientation and on-the-job training.After which, he would be required to successfully attend and complete Nevada’s Department of Corrections Correctional Officer Basic Training Academy to receive what is known as Category III Peace Officer POST Certification. On March 28, 2016, he began his work with the Department of Corrections in the state of Nevada. In addition, he got the chance to work in the Ely State Maximum Security Prison, the only maximum security prison in the form of Nevada. This facility was designed to imprison the nation’s most dangerous and renowned criminals. While he worked as a correctional officer at the Ely State Maximum Security Prison, he rotated through just about every post and housing unit located within the confines of the maximum-security prison. These duties included working in the tower post, conducting searches and escorting inmates, and working in the inmate housing.