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2/16/2018
When: 02/16/2018
7:15 AM until 9:45 AM
Where: Holiday Inn - Sarasota Airport
8009 15th St E
Sarasota, Florida  34243
United States
Contact: Candice Smith Singh, 2018 Programs Director


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2018 February Professional Development Program

Agenda

7:15 AM - 9:45 AM

7:15 AM- 8:00 AM Registration, Networking and Breakfast

8:00 AM - 8:30 AM SHRA Business & Sponsor Announcement

8:30 AM - 9:45 AM Presentation, Q&A, and Wrap up 

Approved for 1.25 CEU's

 

  

Workplace Violence,

including how domestic violence and stalking infiltrate the workplace

 

Pam Paziotopoulos  

Pam began her career in 1990 as a prosecutor for the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office, quickly focusing on the area of domestic violence. In 1996, she joined the American Prosecutor’s Research Institute’s Criminal Prosecution Division as a Senior Attorney traveling to 38 of the 50 states, conducting training and speaking on domestic violence. She oversaw curricula development and education in domestic violence prosecution, provided technical assistance to prosecutors and allied professionals, and developed training materials in the areas of domestic violence and stalking. In 1997, she was recruited to the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office to create and supervise the Domestic Violence Division. She monitored the prosecution of over 100,000 domestic violence cases emanating each year from the city of Chicago and surrounding area. In 2002, Paziotopoulos formed her own consulting group, serving both the public and private sectors. Prior to founding the Center for Domestic Violence Policy, she joined Forest Advisors as Senior Vice President assisting clients and other organizations through education and workplace violence policy guideline development.

Paziotopoulos has developed and presented numerous training sessions on the topic of domestic violence, stalking and workplace violence to corporations, security directors, human resource professionals, doctors, nurses, employee assistance providers, prosecutors, advocates, judges, law enforcement agencies, psychologists, shelter personnel and court watchers. She has trained the Albanian National Police on domestic violence policy and procedures in Tirana, Albania. Paziotopoulos has frequently been a keynote speaker on domestic violence. She has also appeared on CNN, CNBC, and the Oprah Winfrey Show as well as numerous national radio and news stations. She has appeared on the FBI’s Training Network discussing domestic violence in the workplace. She was a consultant and participant in the FBI’s Violence in the Workplace Symposium, ASIS Workplace Violence Guidelines, the ABA Workplace Violence book, and the new 2011 SHRM workplace violence standards. Paziotopoulos remains active with the Justice Department and continues to conduct research in the area of domestic violence. She also focuses on teaching corporations how to raise awareness and create practical solutions to workplace violence issues. She is licensed to practice law in Illinois and in Federal Court.


 
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