Workplace Violence

The SHRM Workplace Violence Survey (2012) found that over one-third (36 percent) of organizations reported incidents of workplace violence.

p2Injured victim’s attorneys will look for the negligence by the company, subpoena documents and look for:

  • Negligent hiring
  • Negligent training
  • Negligent supervision
  • Negligent retention

PSC will provide a one day in house seminar to managers and executives to help alleviate the above and help employees from being injured by a co-worker.

  • We will teach you the “red flags” and how to respond to them.
  • We will discuss required written policies and enforcement. You will be shown how effective an Employee Assistance Program can be in preventing workplace violence.
  • Part of our comprehensive program involves training on how to survive an active shooter scenario.
  • All of our instructors have extensive law enforcement backgrounds and offer real life experience for survival situations.

For an added convenience all seminars are done at your location.


Meet the Instructors

Ernest Haleck
LAPD SWAT Sergeant, 34 years, Retired
Current, LAPD Reserve Police Officer assigned to SWAT

Mr. Haleck has responded to countless workplace violence and domestic violence incidents. He has spent a total of 23 years assigned to LAPD’s highly trained Special Operation Group and SWAT.

Robert W. Cooper
Santa Paula Police Department, Sergeant, Retired

With 20 years of law enforcement with the Santa Paula Police Department and 12 years of SWAT experience, Robert’s skills in dealing with Workplace violence, Domestic violence, Crisis Intervention with the Mentally Disabled, and Hostage Crisis Negotiations, enables him to deliver a comprehensive program forged by actual street experience.

Brad Welker
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, Lieutenant (LASD)
32 years, Retired

He has been providing instruction for the California Emergency Management Agency (Cal EMA) as an adjunct instructor at the California Specialized Training Institute (CSTI). He is also certified trainer for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) through the Center for Domestic Preparedness (CDP) and the Emergency Management Institute (EMI), and has travelled throughout United States furnishing Emergency Management training to local government agencies.

Roxanna Hart
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department
31 years, Lieutenant, Retired

Her responsibilities included Emergency Operations, Critical Incident Response Plan Development and conducting multi-agency training for School Violence, Workplace Violence, Active Shooter and Terrorist Incidents.

Margie Ruiz
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department
36 years, Commander, Retired

Effective manager and leader with experience in custodial operations, patrol operations, emergency operations, investigations, risk management, marketing, training, equity, inspections, innovative technology, and media relations.

President of PSC Security, Inc.
Phil Strenkowski

20 years Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. Expert in training and tactics. Detective assignments including being “on loan’ to an LAPD Violent Offenders Task Force. Recipient of LASD’s Exemplary Service Award.

15 years an Executive Protection Professional providing personal protection for celebrities, high profile events and post workplace violence security details.

Strenkowski is a member of:

  • Association of Threat Assessment Professionals
  • Professionals in Human Resources Association
  • Association of Los Angeles Deputy Sheriffs
  • ASIS
  • California Association of Licensed Investigators

We teach our seminars from Santa Barbara to Orange County and include the following cities and their surrounding areas:

Anaheim, Beverly Hills, Glendale, Irvine, Santa Ana, Ventura, Calabasas, Huntington Beach, Long Beach, Los Angeles, Oxnard, Thousand Oaks, Van Nuys, Santa Monica, Monterey Park, Culver City, Burbank, Sherman Oaks, Woodland Hills, Warner Center, Camarillo, Goleta and Santa Barbara.