Pulitzer-Nominated Author to Keynote TREXPO West 2007
LOS ANGELES – Campus Safety Magazine and the organizers of TREXPO announce that Lt. Col. Dave Grossman, one of law enforcement’s most in-demand speakers and trainers, will be one of the charismatic keynote speakers at TREXPO West 2007, March 19-22, in Long Beach, Calif.
Grossman has been featured on TV and radio talk shows, in documentaries and in newspaper stories across the United States, Australia and Canada. Wherever Col. Grossman speaks, he draws enormous crowds and standing ovations. The way he energizes and captivates his audience is legendary!
Grossman will deliver the opening keynote address on Tuesday, March 20, discussing a sensitive topic he has studied extensively: violent behavior and the ways law enforcement and communities can prevent fatalities. He is the founder of Killology Research Group, a police and military consultancy, and the author of the Pulitzer Prize nominated On Combat and On Killing, which is required reading at the FBI Academy and some of the nation’s top military schools.
This talented speaker and trainer combined his experiences as a West Point psychology professor, a professor of military science and an Army Ranger to become the founder of a new field of scientific endeavor, which has been termed “killology.” In this new field the impressive Grossman has made revolutionary new contributions to our understanding of war and violence in our society.
He is also the author of the acclaimed book, Stop Teaching Our Kids to Kill, and numerous articles about school safety and preventing violence in schools. He was also cited by President Clinton during a national address following the Littleton, Colo., shootings.
“Don’t miss this unique chance to hear this gripping and inspiring presenter,” says Robin Hattersley Gray, Campus Safety’s executive editor. “Col. Grossman has left deep impressions wherever he speaks, keeping his audience glued to their seats and engaged until the very last moment. He is a stellar and consummate speaker whose power is not easily duplicated!”
Law enforcement representatives can bring their entire department. Keynote sessions and the post presentation book-signing are included in the TREXPO West 2007 FREE EXPO PASS.
To register for TREXPO, visit www.trexpo.com.
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