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HAPCOA Participates in Stevenson University Forensic Symposium – “Diversity and Inclusion in Law Enforcement and Forensics”

September 6, 2016

HAPCOA 2nd VP Richard Rosa (FMAS), and member of the HAPCOA National Capital Region Chapter, was invited to participate as a panelist at the Stevenson University’s School of Graduate and Professional Studies, Forensic Symposium on Diversity and Inclusion in Law Enforcement and Forensics.  This event is scheduled for Wednesday, October 5, 2016, from 6pm to 8pm, at the Owings Mills Campus in Owings Mills, MD. 

Stevenson students are invited to attend the Forensic Symposium to learn how forensic organizations are promoting diversity in their field. Invited speakers and representatives include the following law enforcement and forensic professionals:

Attendees are invited to gain insight into planning and advancing ones career from accomplished professionals by learning how organizations:

  • Provide training, education, and mentoring programs for employees
  • Create outreach programs and scholarships to recruit in the community and at schools
  • Work collaboratively with employees to establish organizational policies that promote fairness and equity for all employees
  • Conduct employee engagement surveys and focus groups to determine areas that may need improvement

Additional information and registration for the event can be found at:  http://www.stevenson.edu/graduate-professional-studies/forms/forensic-symposium.html?hapcoa 

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