Some Clarification May Be in Order

A good friend contacted me last night to share that he felt there was a disconnect (non sequitur) between the stated myth and my opinion.  Some clarification may be in order.  In my blog opinion on Myth #1 of the “5 Myths about Zero … [Read more...]

5 Myths about Zero Tolerance Disciplinary Policies

In a recent Washington Post article, writer Valerie Strauss chronicles The American Psychological Association’s task force researching the effectiveness of zero-tolerance disciplinary policies, “Are Zero Tolerance Policies Effective in the Schools? … [Read more...]

Making College Campuses Safer

A good friend of mine recently took his high school son on a tour of colleges he was thinking of attending. Invariably, when at a parent’s information session, a parent (usually a mother) would ask what the school is doing to ensure a safe … [Read more...]

Eastern Kentucky University is the “Vanguard of Campus Safety” with Campus Aggression Prevention System (CAPS)

As a beta site nationally for its implementation of the Campus Aggression Prevention System (CAPS), Eastern Kentucky University is at “the vanguard of campus safety.” So says John D. Byrnes, founder and CEO of the Center for Aggression Management, … [Read more...]

I am proud to announce that we have been featured in a USA Today article.

I am proud to announce an honorable mention in a USA Today article today, January 27, 2011. I have attached a link to the article.   There are actually two articles, the first article (front page) is an overview and then the article where our … [Read more...]

On Tuesday, February 2, Directors of the CIA, FBI and National Intelligence declared that an attack by Al Qaeda in the next 3 to 6 months “is certain!” Leon Panetta, CIA Director announced, “The biggest threat is not so much that we face an attack like 9/

  Panetta’s statement does not take into account the ability to identify any terrorist whose goal it is to give up their life for a cause.  Only when you are observing measurable emerging aggression can you identify a terrorist before they … [Read more...]

Workplace Bullying: Is this HR’s responsibility to control?

The problem with bullying is that it presupposes a bully exhibiting bullying behavior.  This only reacts to bullying, it does not prevent bullying.    It is only when one realizes that this behavior is in actuality intent-driven … [Read more...]