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 OC Chapter - 2016 November Luncheon

11/15/2016 11:30 AM
11/15/2016 1:10 PM
Equinox (1980 Main Street, Irvine CA 92614) | California
The Orange County Chapter of the IIA Invites you to attend our November 15th Lunch Meeting.
Registration is now Open, Click HERE to register today!
Tuesday, November 15th, 2016
11:30 am – 1:10 pm (Registration opens at 11:00 am)
CPE Credit: 2 hours
Equinox (formerly Sports Club LA): 1980 Main Street, Irvine CA 92614 / Complimentary Parking
Lunch to be provided; Questions relating to specific dietary restrictions can be directed to​
Training Topic
NFL Scandals:  They come every year.  From accusations penned by equipment managers.  From video assistants, found where they shouldn’t be.  From helmet-to-helmet contact.  From short grainy videos of the insides of elevators. From witness testimony of wives and children.  From suspiciously loud stadiums, bad movie trailers and the largest brain banks in the world.  “THEY” are NFL scandals and controversy, and they come as regularly as the Superbowl, with names like Bounty-. Spy- and Deflategate, only to be replaced by the next controversy, the next commissioner, the next star player, the next year.  As Roger Goodell and the NFL decides how to regulate 32 teams and improve a track record recently blemished by many high-profile cases.  Today you will see how many cases there are, what we did in the investigation of some of these scandals and we will offer some solutions, currently being reviewed by the powers that be.
CPE credit(s): 2 
Speaker: Chris M Wright | Criminal Protective Professional (CPP)| The Wright Group
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During her security career, which includes over 35 years with the investigative field, Chris developed a keen interest and acknowledged expertise in workplace violence programs and issues of privacy in society. She has created programs to prevent workplace violence, which addresses train-the-trainer seminars, conflict resolution, conflict management strategies and executive briefings.  The seminars developed have been utilized by a number of Fortune 500 companies and are part of the curriculum of the three-day seminar provided by the American Management Association for which Chris is a seminar trainer.  Her conference and seminar presentations stress the importance of pre-employment screening for employer’s intent on reducing the risk of workplace violence and fraud.  Chris is a published author in the area of privacy and identity theft.