Muni security employees set to receive conflict resolution training

Muni employees may soon get up to speed on the best way to diffuse precarious situations.

The Civil Service Commission will vote on Monday on a $175,000 contract with an outside agency to provide mandatory conflict resolution training for employees in Muni’s Security and Enforcement Division.

If approved by the commission the contract will run through October of 2012. It was not immediately clear what organization would provide the training.

 

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