After successfully completing this course, you will be able to:
CO-1: Identify the types of violence, an overview of reactions to violence and TOADS (time opportunity ability desire stimulus).
CO-2: Identify the factors that make college campuses vulnerable to violence and describe the effects of alcohol on campus violence as well as providing controls to alcohol on campuses.
CO-3: Identify red flags for potential violence and integrate all campus personnel, students, and parents into red flag response.
CO-4: Identify the proper policies and systems necessary to reduce the chance of a violent event and the correct actions to take once a violent event is in progress.
CO-5: Identify the proper steps to take in handling legal matters after an incident and the procedures to assist in maintaining a healthy campus environment after an incident.
CO-6: Identify the specific traits, warning signs, responses, and dangers of three specific strains of campus violence: sexual assault, suicide, and hate crimes.
CO-7: Identify the specific traits, warning signs, responses, and dangers of three more specific strains of campus violence: hazing, avenger violence, and rioting.
CO-8: Identify the specific traits, warning signs, responses, and dangers of two more specific strains of campus violence: homicide/non-sexual assault, and arson/bombing. Also be able to predict the evolution of campus violence in the future.