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Stop Bullying Today Seminar to be held on Wednesday, March 2nd

JONBENET RAMSEY INVESTIGATOR BRINGS NATIONAL SEMINAR SERIES TO CHESTER COUNTY WITH STOP BULLYING TODAY PROGRAM

Dale Yeager a criminal analyst, who worked for the Boulder District Attorney’s office in 1997 on the original murder investigation of JonBenet Ramsey, is bringing his national seminar series to Chester County.

"We are excited that Mr. Yeager will be coming to Franklin Commons with his STOP BULLYING TODAY - A child and parent seminar for children ages 4-12," says Director of Events and Public Relations Teri Eide. "This is a serious issue and Mr. Yeager is the definitive national expert on this subject."

The 90 minute seminar will be held for parents and their children on March 2, 2011 7- 8:30 pm at Franklin Commons located at 400 Franklin Ave., Phoenixville, PA. The seminar is free of charge, but parents must pre register their children by calling or emailing Laura Collins at 866-468-7962 ext 802 or info@seraph.net.

The Instructor: Criminal Analyst - Dale Yeager

Mr. Yeager began his education as a criminal analyst in 1988. He has extensive training in criminal psychology, forensic psychology, sex crimes investigation, and crime scene forensics / procedures and domestic terrorism analysis including advanced training at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center from 2005 to 2008.

As a criminal analyst, Mr. Yeager has consulted on numerous criminal cases, including the first murder investigation of JonBenet Ramsey.

Mr. Yeager’s research work on child violence has been published in the FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin and the book "Profiling Violent Crimes" by Dr. Ronald Holmes.

In 2002, Mr. Yeager was given a presidential appointment to the U.S. Selective Service System and in 2004; he became a member of the FBIs' InfraGard counterterrorism program.

In 2005, Mr. Yeager was appointed to the development committee for the Fairleigh Dickinson University, School Security & Safety Administration Masters program. Mr. Yeager is a lecturer at many higher education institutions throughout the U.S. such as Drexel and Howard universities. Mr. Yeager is an instructor for the Neumann University Criminal Justice Program.

Mr. Yeager is a frequent expert with media outlets including a featured episode of Forensic Files.

Mr. Yeager is also a Federal law enforcement trainer for the HIDTA and MAGLOCLEN programs.

Mr. Yeager’s firm SERAPH provides training and consulting to over 26,000 schools in the U.S. and various overseas countries. SERAPH is partnered with several state departments of education, and educational administrator organizations. In 2000, SERAPH was asked to provide a report on the "STATE OF SCHOOL SAFETY IN AMERICAN SCHOOLS" to members of Congress, specifically the U.S. SENATE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE. To date SERAPH has provided three reports to Congress.

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