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Join the School for Professional Studies Criminal Justice & Security Management program for their Fourth Annual Panel Discussion - Workplace Violence: Mitigating the Threat
Every year, more than 572,000 Americans fall victim to Workplace Violence. Defined by the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) as any physical assault,
threatening behavior, or verbal abuse occurring in the work setting, Workplace Violence is one of the leading causes of job-related deaths. This year's panel of workplace violence and threat management experts will discuss the key elements of Boeing's innovative Threat Management Program, the true impact of Workplace Violence, and how to prepare yourself and your company to handle it.
Attendees are eligible to receive POST Certification
through the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Dept.
as well as Continuing Legal Education
credits through the Saint Louis University School of Law.
Panel Members Include:
David E. Bixler, Enterprise Threat Management, Program Leader, The Boeing Company
Christina M. Holbrook, Enterprise Threat Management,
Program Leader, The Boeing Company
Major Donovan L. Kenton
, Deputy Chief of Operations, St. Charles Police Department
William G. Naughton,
Senior Manager, Security and Fire Protection, The Boeing Company- Midwest/East Region
Roland J. Corvington,
Assistant Vice President and Director , Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, Saint Louis University
to learn more about the panelists and facilitator.
on SLU's campus at the Busch Student Center Room, rooms 170 & 171
Complimentary parking is across the street at the Laclede Garage, 3642 Laclede Ave, St. Louis, MO 63108.
5:30 - cocktails and hors d’oeuvres, 6 p.m. - program begins
This complimentary event is sponsored by The Boeing Company, Peabody Energy, Citadel Security Services, Whelan Security, AlliedBarton Security Services, the Criminal Justice & Security Management Program, the SLU School of Law, and the SPS Alumni Association. Registration is required.