6. Harm or Endangerment to Persons. Conduct that causes physical harm or endangers the health or safety of any person.
7. Threatening Behaviors: a. Threat. Written, oral, or physical conduct that causes a reasonable expectation of injury to the health or safety of any person or damage to any property.
8. Harassment. Repeated, persistent, severe, or pervasive actions directed toward specific individual(s) with the intent or effect to harass, harm, or alarm, including attempted or threatened physical contact, or acts that create the reasonable apprehension of unwanted contact. Such acts may include but are not limited to face to face interactions, phone calls, text messages, and/or use of social media.