Training and Seminars

While this list seems rather long, remember that we have been doing these for over 40 years and we have dropped many of the less popular ones.  This list also shows that almost any topic in these areas is feasible, hence if you have a need for something more specific, just ask.

  • Recognizing And Handling Workplace Violence
  • Violence In The Workplace: The Liability Issues
  • Conflict Management & Communication Skills
  • Negotiating With A Confrontational and/or Potentially Violent Individual
  • Environmental Design Influences Threats (EDIT Your Surroundings)
  • Policies That Address Workplace Violence
  • Pre And Post Employment Considerations
  • Terminations: Ensuring Against Violence
  • Dangerous Vs. Threatening Behavior
  • Hostage Negotiation Techniques
  • What Are Illegal Drugs?
  • Drugs In The Workplace
  • Stress Can Save Your Life
  • Security Hints For Travelers
  • Executive And “VIP” Protection: A Behavioral Approach
  • The Role Of The First Responder: Workplace Violence Situations
  • Body Language…Yours And Theirs
  • What Are Gangs? (You Belong To One)
  • Bomb Threats: What’s Real And What To Do


  • Interviewing Techniques: “Are They Lying?”

  • Interpreting Words And Behavior
  • The Receptionist: Your First Line Of Defense
  • Confrontational Considerations In School
  • Becoming A Horrible Victim Or, How To Prevent Becoming A Target For “Bad Guys”
  • Domestic Violence…It No Longer Stays At Home!
  • Team Building: Helping Employees Stay Motivated Through Work/Life Balance
  • Sexual Harassment Is Discrimination and Abuse of Power
  • Workplace Violence & Threat Assessments – Understanding the Real Issues to Meet Regulatory Guidelines
  • Handling Violent Patients and Visitors
  • Workplace Violence Prevention…it’s the law
  • Bullying is Workplace Violence Too
  • Domestic Violence or Intimate Partner Violence – how to approach and deal with it in the workplace
  • Domestic Terrorism Through Radicalization – what it means to your organization
  • Insider’s Guide to Assessing Threats
  • The Active Shooter Response