U.S. Security Care Officials Will Conduct Workplace and School Violence Seminar for Dade County Florida Board of Education, April 20

Apr 16, 2001, 01:00 ET from U.S. Security Care, Inc.

    MIAMI, April 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Clint Hilbert, vice president of U.S.
 Security Care, Inc., Huntingdon Valley, Pa., and Alfred LaManna, director of
 investigations in the international protective and investigative services
 firm's Boca Raton, Fla., office will conduct a seminar on workplace and school
 violence for the Dade County Florida Board of Education at the Board of
 Education Building, 1450 N.E. Second Avenue in Miami on Friday, April 20, at
 1 p.m.
     According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, approximately 22 million
 workers are assaulted annually, 6.3 million are threatened and 16.1 million
 are harassed.  "With that in mind, the potential for a crisis looms large
 within any business, corporation or non-profit environment, be it large or
 small," state Hilbert and LaManna.  "Employers who are not proactively
 addressing workplace violence are, in essence, leaving their doors open to
 corporate and personal tragedy."
     Prior to being appointed at U.S. Security Care, Hilbert served as
 president of Tent-Hut Inc., Allentown, Pa., a firm that provides rapid
 deployment shelter protective systems.
     Prior to that, he was a Special Agent with the U.S. Army's Criminal
 Investigation Command for some 20 years, serving on protective details of the
 Secretary of Defense, the Secretary of the Army and the Chairman of the Joint
 Chiefs-of-Staff.
     In addition, he was the Commander of the Protective Services Detachment to
 the U.S. Delegation at NATO headquarters in Brussels, Belgium.
     Hilbert began his law enforcement career in the military as an MP at Fort
 Benning, Ga., where he also served on the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit.  In
 1980, he won the National Individual Service Pistol Championship and National
 Forces Command competition.
     He went on to serve as Senior Economic Crime Agent in Anchorage, Alaska,
 Special Agent-in-Charge of the Rock Island Procurement Fraud Team in Illinois,
 Special Agent-in-Charge of the Livorno Branch Office for the Army's Southern
 European Task Force in Italy, and the Economic Crime Program Manager of the
 Army's Classified Investigations Unit in Washington, D.C.
     Additionally, Hilbert graduated from more than 30 technical and managerial
 courses, including the CID Warrant Officer Advanced Course before his
 retirement as a Senior Chief Warrant Officer.  He is a graduate of the Defense
 Language Institute in Monterey, Calif., and holds a master's degree in public
 administration and a bachelor's degree in criminal justice administration from
 Troy State University in Alabama.
     Prior to joining U.S. Security Care, LaManna, a former special agent for
 29 years for the Federal Bureau of Investigation, was a managing director of
 KPMG Peat Marwick, LLP, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.  Before that, he owned and
 operated his own investigative management firm specializing in detection and
 prevention of economic crimes against businesses and corporations.
     In addition, he owned and managed his own investigative resource firm
 managing complex investigations involving money laundering and economic crimes
 against businesses, corporations and financial institutions.
     LaManna holds a master's degree from Farleigh Dickinson University and
 carries the designation as a Certified Fraud Examiner from the National
 Association of Fraud Examiners.  Also, he is qualified as an organized crime
 expert in the U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida, Miami.
     U.S. Security Care, Inc. can be reached toll free at 1-877-858-8772; in
 writing at 29 S.E. Fifth Street, Suite 220, Boca Raton, Fla. 33432; by e-mail,
 info@usscinc.com; and on the web at www.usscinc.com.
 
 

SOURCE U.S. Security Care, Inc.
    MIAMI, April 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Clint Hilbert, vice president of U.S.
 Security Care, Inc., Huntingdon Valley, Pa., and Alfred LaManna, director of
 investigations in the international protective and investigative services
 firm's Boca Raton, Fla., office will conduct a seminar on workplace and school
 violence for the Dade County Florida Board of Education at the Board of
 Education Building, 1450 N.E. Second Avenue in Miami on Friday, April 20, at
 1 p.m.
     According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, approximately 22 million
 workers are assaulted annually, 6.3 million are threatened and 16.1 million
 are harassed.  "With that in mind, the potential for a crisis looms large
 within any business, corporation or non-profit environment, be it large or
 small," state Hilbert and LaManna.  "Employers who are not proactively
 addressing workplace violence are, in essence, leaving their doors open to
 corporate and personal tragedy."
     Prior to being appointed at U.S. Security Care, Hilbert served as
 president of Tent-Hut Inc., Allentown, Pa., a firm that provides rapid
 deployment shelter protective systems.
     Prior to that, he was a Special Agent with the U.S. Army's Criminal
 Investigation Command for some 20 years, serving on protective details of the
 Secretary of Defense, the Secretary of the Army and the Chairman of the Joint
 Chiefs-of-Staff.
     In addition, he was the Commander of the Protective Services Detachment to
 the U.S. Delegation at NATO headquarters in Brussels, Belgium.
     Hilbert began his law enforcement career in the military as an MP at Fort
 Benning, Ga., where he also served on the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit.  In
 1980, he won the National Individual Service Pistol Championship and National
 Forces Command competition.
     He went on to serve as Senior Economic Crime Agent in Anchorage, Alaska,
 Special Agent-in-Charge of the Rock Island Procurement Fraud Team in Illinois,
 Special Agent-in-Charge of the Livorno Branch Office for the Army's Southern
 European Task Force in Italy, and the Economic Crime Program Manager of the
 Army's Classified Investigations Unit in Washington, D.C.
     Additionally, Hilbert graduated from more than 30 technical and managerial
 courses, including the CID Warrant Officer Advanced Course before his
 retirement as a Senior Chief Warrant Officer.  He is a graduate of the Defense
 Language Institute in Monterey, Calif., and holds a master's degree in public
 administration and a bachelor's degree in criminal justice administration from
 Troy State University in Alabama.
     Prior to joining U.S. Security Care, LaManna, a former special agent for
 29 years for the Federal Bureau of Investigation, was a managing director of
 KPMG Peat Marwick, LLP, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.  Before that, he owned and
 operated his own investigative management firm specializing in detection and
 prevention of economic crimes against businesses and corporations.
     In addition, he owned and managed his own investigative resource firm
 managing complex investigations involving money laundering and economic crimes
 against businesses, corporations and financial institutions.
     LaManna holds a master's degree from Farleigh Dickinson University and
 carries the designation as a Certified Fraud Examiner from the National
 Association of Fraud Examiners.  Also, he is qualified as an organized crime
 expert in the U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida, Miami.
     U.S. Security Care, Inc. can be reached toll free at 1-877-858-8772; in
 writing at 29 S.E. Fifth Street, Suite 220, Boca Raton, Fla. 33432; by e-mail,
 info@usscinc.com; and on the web at www.usscinc.com.
 
 SOURCE  U.S. Security Care, Inc.