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Meet The Security Team

Brayden McIntyre

Howard Bellamy

HCS Hire Date: September 1996

Military Experience:
  • U.S. Navy 1973-1977
  • Saigon Vietnam 1975
  • Weapons training U.S. Navy
  • Concealed carry licensed for 20yrs

Education:
  • B.S. Pastoral Leadership (Crossroads Bible College)
  • Certified Life Coach (CBMC)


Why are you willing to serve Heritage in this capacity?

I'm convinced that HCS is where God has called me to be. I'm all in!
Gal 2:20

Ed Ingle

HCS Hire Date: July 2009

Professional Experience:
  • Hired as the Director of Security in 2009
  • Responsible for oversight and execution along with short and long range planning for all HCS Security functions
  • Collaborated with IMPD, DHS and Lawrence Township Police to develop the HCS Emergency Manual
  • Chair of the HCS Safe School Committee
  • Indiana School Safety Specialist
  • Maintains significant relationships with IMPD that allows for Heritage to have a unique and positive relationship with law enforcement


Education:
B.A. Psychology (2004), Lindsey Wilson College

Why are you willing to serve at Heritage in this capacity?
From my hire date, Heritage was a calling and not a destination. I feel a deep commitment to what we have established here in Security for our community. I could not imagine a day where someone who meant harm to Heritage was able to do that harm without being confronted with equal force. I am a proud parent of two HCS students and feel strongly that part of being a top educational facility in our current culture is having a professionally trained security department with the ability to respond in a variety of capacities to any threat the school may encounter.

Brayden McIntyre

HCS Hire Date: March 2018

Professional Experience:
  • Sergeant, 2004 -2010 at the Butler County Sheriff's Office, Butler County, Ohio.
  • Firearms training through Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy.
  • Corrections Officer Basic Training Program of the Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission.
  • Supervised 1000+ inmates and 25+ Corrections Officers with emphasis on facility safety and security.
  • U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement 287(g) Delegation of Authority Academy.
  • Over 25 years experience with firearms and firearm safety.


Why are you willing to serve Heritage in this capacity?
Besides feeling the call to protect and serve others, I have a vested interest in safety and security, as I have two children attending Heritage Christian School.

Joseph Reaves

HCS Hire Date: June 2010

Professional Experience:
  • US Army: 26 years of service
  • Certified during service with the below weapons:
    • M-16
    • M-60 Machine Gun
    • M203 Grenade Launcher
    • M-45 Handgun
  • Security detail for leadership during service


Why are you willing to serve Heritage in this capacity?
I see safety as one of the highest callings Heritage can pursue to help support the mission of the school. Providing a safe school sets an example in our community that says Heritage is a place that is safe to work and safe to learn. I feel called by God to be a part of this community and serve its families.

Officer Timothy York

HCS Hire Date: Tim is a 1099 contractor to HCS

Officer York and K9 Officer Max

Personal Info:
I have been married to my wife, Tina, for 26 years. God blessed my wife and I with 2 boys that have grown into young men. Both boys are married and we are expecting our first grandchild in October. God has also blessed us with a foster son who is 8-months-old. We have had him since birth and we are looking to adopt in the near future. God is so good!

Professional Experience:
  • Began Law Enforcement career in 2008 as a Reserve Deputy for the Henry County Sheriff Department.
  • Tim has also served in the capacity of Courthouse Security and Civil Process for the Department.
  • December 2015: EMT-Basic License from the State of Indiana
  • December 2016: Hired as an Officer for the Shirley Police Department
  • August 2017: K-9 handler certification for the Shirley Police Department
  • January 2018: Drug Interdiction Training
  • June 2018: Basic SWAT Training


Why I want to serve at Heritage:

I want to be able to help someone along the way - whether they are young or old - and just help today's young generation achieve their goals in today's world.

Want to learn more about Officer York? Check out this article about him and his K9 partner, Officer Max.