Student Handbook: Threat Response, Assessment, and Intervention

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THREATENING BEHAVIOR INCLUDES, BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO:

1. Physical actions short of actual contact/injury (i.e., moving closer aggressively, waving arms or fists, yelling in an aggressive or threatening manner),
2. General oral or written threats to people or property (i.e., “you better watch your back” or “I’ll get you”),
3. Threats made in a “joking” manner,
4. Stalking behavior,
5. Hate speech, or
6. Implicit threats (i.e., “you’ll be sorry” or “this isn’t over yet”).

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