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Violence Prevention & Proactive Strategies for HR

September 19 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm



Templar Life Safety was conceived by concerned professionals who realized the need to better protect our children and employees.

Templar Life Safety was formed with the goal of ending Active Shooter Events (ASEs) in our country’s schools. We believe, first and foremost, that no parent should ever have to worry about the safety of their child while at school. Our passion extends to protecting innocent people wherever they may be. We now provide a solution for ASEs in schools, healthcare settings, houses of worship, businesses, manufacturing, and elsewhere. Our overriding goal of saving lives drives our business and our technological development.

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As a follow up to LAURA Active Shooter Workshops, we are turning our focus to violence prevention and proactive strategies.

We continue to witness the devastating effects of violence in our communities where we work, learn, play and pray.  Workplace violence and mass attacks are not a new phenomenon, yet the unpredictability of when and where these attacks will take place is a reality we must all be prepared to deal with.  As a human resource leader, knowing the concerning behaviors, identifying life stressors and learning from previous incidents will provide you with the information to assess potential threats and know what next steps to take.

This session will help you understand emerging trends in workplace violence and prepare as it relates to HR.

Mike Kinaschuk

Mike Kinaschuk has vast experience serving the community in public safety. Since 2005, he has been a Lieutenant for the Livingston County Sheriffs Department. From 2010 through 2016, he served as the Emergency Manager of the Livingston County Emergency Management and Homeland Security, from 2010 through 2016 was Assistant Director of the Livingston County Central Dispatch (9-1-1) and from 1988 through 2005 was the Chief of Police for the Brighton Police Department.

He is currently an instructor for the following:

  • C.R.A.S.E. (Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events (A.L.E.R.R.T.)
    Texas State University
  • A.L.I.C.E. (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate
    ALICE Training Institute
  • Juveniles
    Washtenaw Community College Police Academy
  • Firearms (Handgun/Shotgun/Rifle)
    Washtenaw Community College Police Academy
  • Active Shooter (Law Enforcement)
    Livingston County

Additional Experience 

S.E.P.L.A. (Schools Educators Police Liaison Association)
SEPLA is a nonprofit organization formed with the specific objective of providing training and networking opportunities that create an environment conducive to open communications between law enforcement officers, educators, students, parents, and the community.

Vulnerability Assessments

A vulnerability assessment is the process of identifying, quantifying, and prioritizing (or ranking) the vulnerabilities and physical security of both a structure and its processes.  It assists organizations in identifying, managing and improving deficiencies in physical security.

School Safety & Security
Livingston County

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Thank you to Kestly Development Safety Assessments for sponsoring this luncheon. To learn more about Kestly Development, click on logo above!


Oak Pointe Country Club
4500 Club Dr.
Brighton, MI 48116 United States
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