Union Institute & University in Sacramento will host a seminar on workplace violence awareness and prevention on March 22.
The event will run from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at 160 Promenade Circle, No. 115 (just northeast of the intersection of Interstate 80 and Truxel Road).
Registration can be done on-site, beginning at 7:30 a.m. The cost is $110.
The featured speaker is Larry Chavez, a Union Institute professor and a graduate of the FBI Hostage Negotiations School at Quantico, Va.
The event is open to the public but geared to law enforcement, human resources managers, corporate leaders, business supervisors/managers, security professionals, risk managers, non-governmental organizations and nonprofits.
To register online or obtain more information, see www.myunion.edu/workplaceviolence. Registration also can be done by calling (800) 861-6400, extension 1168.
Union Institute & University is a non-profit, private educational institution. It is based in Cincinnati but operates a learning center in Sacramento.
Call The Bee's Mark Glover, (916) 321-1184.
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