The 2019 WVPI Violence Prevention Symposium is an invite-only event for business owners, executives, human resource professionals, safety professionals, risk managers, attorneys, educational professionals, and others interested in proactive strategies designed to stop violence before it starts. Like the 2018 inaugural event, the 2nd Annual Violence Prevention Symposium will be held at the Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida, Large Conference Room, 411 Mercy Drive, Orlando, FL 32805
Speakers include Kathleen Bonczyk Esq. and Stuart Silverman, Esq. of the WVPI and Capt. Reginald Hosey of the Orange County Sheriff's Office. Additionally, the activist Jane Brady Nosal whose daughter Caroline was murdered after complaining of harassment by the male co-worker she complained to management about will lead a victim's discussion panel.
The impact of the Columbine High School mass shooting/bombing on school and workplace violence will be addressed in advance of the 20th anniversary of this tragedy which ushered in the modern American active school shooter/bomber era. Columbine inspired many school and workplace murders and attempted murders of students and faculty and staff since April 20, 1999.
Breakfast prepared by Second Harvest's master chef supported by students enrolled in the on-site culinary program which provides at-risk and economically disadvantaged adults with life skills training needed to pursue a sustainable career in the food services industry will be served.
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