ALiCE training

Why ALiCE Training Matters

This blog post focuses on the history of ALiCE training and why it’s so important to businesses, schools, and worship houses.

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Being at Home Does not Mean You’re Safe [COVID-19]

With financial stress at an all time high, families confined to tight quarters, and no known end to COVID-19, it is not surprising to law enforcement that domestic violence is on the rise. If you’re experiencing domestic violence or child abuse, learn more about a safety plan that works.

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Does Bullying and Harassment Happen Into Adulthood?

As We Close National Bully Prevention Month, Let’s Continue to Be Aware This blog post was mostly written by one of SACS Consulting & Investigative Services, Inc. clients, who did not want to be identified for this piece. The quote at the end is directly from them.  Bullying and harassment can happen at any age …

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Workplace Bullying is Responsible for Lost Time and Productivity

Workplace bullying can be defined as repeated unreasonable actions of an individual directed towards an employee, intended to cause health risks, intimidate, degrade, humiliate, or undermine. It is estimated that workplace bullying costs over $180 million per year in lost time and productivity. Other effects can be litigation and increases in turnover, absenteeism, and higher …

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