PRO 520 Stalking and Workplace Violence

This course focuses on the development and implementation of safe hiring methods, discipline and termination methods, the management of stalking threats, violent and potentially violent incidents, and the role of security directors and security personnel in efforts to protect employees. In addition to the above skills, students will learn the principles of evaluating possible threats in “stalking” situations, how to build a profile of a stalker, different strategies for securing the client, the role of law enforcement in stalking situations, and distinguishing the most effective means of intervening if necessary.

This course is offered in the following Certificates:

The course learning outcomes that you will demonstrate upon completion of this course are as follows:

Research and analyze the critical issues involving stalking and workplace violence.

Assess the risk of stalking and workplace violence and develop preventative, alternative or deterrent actions.

Evaluate the policies, reforms, and ethics surrounding stalking and workplace violence.

Synthesize and apply strategic leadership competencies related to the prevention of stalking and workplace violence.

Articulate the importance of addressing the root causes of stalking and workplace violence in well-written, effective documents and discussions.

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