Dr. John Nicoletti, noted author and police behavioral psychologist, will conduct a seminar on workplace/community/school/domestic violence. The seminar will be presented twice on November 7, 2012. The first seminar is at 10:00 a.m., Main Seminar Room, Mesa Lab. The second seminar is at 1:00 p.m., Main Auditorium Foothills Lab-2.
Dr. Nicoletti is consultant to many metro area police departments and has been intimately involved in detecting and responding to workplace/community violence like the Aurora Theater, Columbine and Platteville school shootings. He has also published several books on the subject including “Violence Goes to Work”, “Violence Goes to School” and “Violence Goes to Church”. Given his first hand experience at Columbine, Platteville and the Aurora Theater shootings, Dr. Nicoletti offers a rare and up close glimpse and insight into those and similar events. He will speak to methods of detection, survival and prevention of community violence. Steve Sadler, UCAR Safety and Security director, will join Dr. Nicoletti and offer an UCAR corporate perspective pertaining to UCAR policies and procedures.