home1
a_advertising1_1
links1
archives1
preface
biography

 

 

©1999 - 2007
Edward D. Reuss
All rights reserved. Including the right of reproduction in whole or part in any form

 Retirees Site

 

SEMINAR -  "COMBATING WORKPLACE VIOLENCE"
A ONE DAY SEMINAR

A seminar based on the International Association of Chiefs of Police publication “Combating Workplace Violence- Guidelines for Employers and Law Enforcement”

Presented by:

Security Management Institute
Criminal Justice Center
John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Edward D. Reuss, CAPTAIN, NYPD (retired)
Member of International Association of Chiefs of Police
 

SEMINAR PROGRAM

This seminar is a comprehensive presentation of “Combating Workplace Violence-Guidelines for Employers and Law Enforcement.” These guidelines are the result of a commitment by the International Association of Chiefs of Police with the research and financial support of the Defense Personnel Security Research Center and Bureau of Justice Assistance.


THE ATTACK ON AMERICA

The NEED for this seminar has become paramount with the recent attack on the World Trade Center here in New York City. We must prepare for the worst by training for violence in the workplace in all its forms


GUIDELINES FOR EMPLOYERS & LAW ENFORCEMENT

Pre-Incident Violence Prevention and Preparation
Addressing Violent or Threatening Incidents
Managing the Aftermath of an Incident
Legal Obligations and Duties of Employers
 

WHY A SEMINAR ON VIOLENCE IN THE WORKPLACE?

NEW YORK STATE ASSEMBLY:

Proposed legislation that would require employers (50 plus employee) to develop and implement programs to prevent WORKPLACE VIOLENCE

Wording of the Bill: “Workplace violence presents a serious occupational safety hazard for workers, but many EMPLOYERS and workers may be unaware of the risk. Moreover, the hazard of workplace violence is NOT currently addressed by any specific federal or state regulation”.

Proposed amendment would create new section 200-A of the Labor Law

It would require said employers to develop and implement a WRITTEN WORKPLACE VIOLENCE PREVENTION PROGRAM including a reporting system of incidents of aggressive behavior

This SEMINAR will make employers AWARE of and PROVIDE a program pursuant to the guidelines of the International Association of Chiefs of Police for dealing with workplace violence.   These guidelines dovetail with the proposed legislation. Successful application of these guidelines may well serve to attenuate civil liability in future incidents of workplace violence.
 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND THE SEMINAR?

Management
Security
Human Resources
Legal
Union representatives
Law enforcement
Students of security & criminal justice
 

WHERE ARE SEMINARS CONDUCTED?

Seminars are presented at JOHN JAY COLLEGE
(convenient mid-town Manhattan location)

John Jay College of Criminal Justice / CUNY
Security Management Institute
Criminal Justice Center
899 Tenth Avenue
New York, N.Y. 10019-1029

JOHN JAY COLLEGE Seminars

Tuition is $125.00 per person. A continental breakfast and working lunch is included. Resource material will be distributed.

Or

CORPORATE AND GOVERNMENT LOCATIONS

This seminar can be presented IN-HOUSE at your company facility. Management may find this preferable to sending their staff to John Jay College for the presentation. Tuition for in-house seminars is based on location and number of persons attending

To arrange for IN-HOUSE SEMINARS AT YOUR CORPORATE FACILITY,

Contact:

Robert J. Louden, Ph.D.
Director
Criminal Justice Center
John Jay College
Tel: 1-212-237-8639
Fax: 1-212-237-8637
E-mail:  rjlouden@jjay.cuny.edu 

Captain Edward D. Reuss, NYPD (ret)
Publisher
NY Cop Online Magazine
www.nycop.com
E-mail: ereuss@si.rr.com
1-917-273-8651


A CERTIFICATE from the Security Management Institute at John Jay College will be issued at the completion of the seminar
 

TAX DEDUCTIONS OF EXPENSES

An income tax deduction may be allowed for educational expenses undertaken to maintain or improve professional skills. (see Treas.Reg 1.161-5 Coughlin V Comm., 203 F2d 307.)


(This form may be reproduced as needed)


NAME_______________________________________________________________

ADDRESS____________________________________________________________

CITY____________________________STATE__________ZIP__________________

TELEPHONE:____________________________FAX:_________________________

E-MAIL _________________________________

Tuition of $125.00 per registrant enclosed.  Cancellation less than two (2) weeks prior to starting time subject to 15% service charge