Workplace Violence References

by todaystrainingblog

Below is a list of security companies, consultants, and others who can assist any business with their security needs in the area of workplace violence (WPV). I can attest they are all reputable and competent companies and consultants. This is by no means a total and complete list, but only the ones that I know and have worked with.
I hope that if you need any assistance in the United States that you could investigate these companies if they are in your area. The consultants/trainers will travel anywhere in the country with few exceptions. I hope you never have a need for them but WPV hits virtually every business at one time or another.

Investigator specializing in open source intelligence
Michele Stewart
JAG Investigations
Gilbert, Arizona

Security Providers
Michael Morrison
General Manager
Shield Security & Patrol Services

Anderson Security Agency Ltd.
Debbie Anderson
Arizona & Nevada

Blackstone Security Services, Inc.
Jeanne Croft Executive Vice President

Criterion Healthcare Security, Inc.
Jerry Higginson, PCI, CPP
Branch Manager
Arizona and surrounding
602) 251-8101

SecuraGuard, Inc.
Daniel M. Kaufmann
Operations Manager

Rockwell Security
Jeff Taylor
Overland Park, KS

First Response, Inc.
Mission, Ks.
Missouri & Kansas

Allied-Barton Security
Offices Nationwide
Phoenix Number

Consultants & Trainers:
Carol Fredrickson
Violence Free

Corporate Security Specialists
Don Hasslebrock

Felix P. Nater
Nater Associates, Ltd.

Michael Betten, CPP
Shawnee, KS

Robert D. Sollars
Scottsdale, AZ.

Conflict Resolution
Insight Employment
Amy Lieberman

The Workplace Violence Prevention eReport – 6 times per year
W. Barry Nixon, SPHR
Executive Director
National Institute for the Prevention of Workplace Violence, Inc.

One is too Many: Recognizing & Preventing Workplace Violence
Robert D. Sollars – 2014
Most e-book formats or hard copy by contacting Robert

Robert D. Sollars is a recognized expert on workplace violence prevention and other security issues. With numerous interviews, blogs, articles, and 2 books he has proven himself in the security arena for more than 31 years, and 23 studying workplace violence issues.
His latest book ‘one is too Many: Recognizing & Preventing Workplace violence is available for numerous e-book formats. It helps all organizations to reduce their risk and limit their liability of an incident. And it does this by breaking the rules in several ways, as well as following conventional wisdom in others.
He utilizes his years of field knowledge to give real life examples of incidents pulled from both his own experiences and the news headlines. Contact him at 480-251-5197 or Visit his Facebook page, Here you will see and read about other items related to WPV/SV as well as incidents you may not have heard or thought about.