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Green Dots Workshop for Committee

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Kayce Matthews

on 8 February 2013

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Transcript of Green Dots Workshop for Committee

Understanding Offender Behaviors that:
1) are potentially high risk
2) could be pre-cursors to high risk ✔ Listen as a bystander ✔ Connect to recipient or offender or both STRANGERS physical, sexual, or psychological harm, or threat of harm, by a current or former partner. Any sexual contact that lacks consent and/or capacity to give consent. Bystander Dynamics Check Your
Understanding Bystander Workshop Power-Based Personal Violence 1. Take a second look

2. Check in

3. What if it were someone I loved? Higher levels of gratuitous violence
More likely to use a weapon
Bystander safety is paramount course of conduct targeted at an individual or group that would cause a reasonable person to feel afraid (following, facebooking, texting, calling, unwanted letters, gifts, etc.) Target Selection
younger, drunk, easily controlled
Approach and Evaluation
builds trust, "nice guy," fills drink, tests
Separation
questions, isolates from friends, guilt
Consenting or Pressured Sex
aggressive, guilt, manipulative Intimidation
increased aggression, force, no longer "nice guy"
Sexual Violation
aggression, self-absorbed
Termination
ensure no consequences, "nice guy," blame, threaten Termination
Alcohol...offenders best friend
Ability to resist is reduced
Less likely to report
Moves blame from offender
to victim Bystander Dynamics

Peer Influence

Personal I'm an introvert
I can't stand conflict
I'm shy
I hate calling attention to myself
It's not my concern
I don't want to get involved Diffusion of Responsibility
Evaluation Apprehension
Pluralistic Ignorance
Cause of Misfortune
Helping Model Direct
Distract
Delegate Practice
Your
Skills Thank you for being here today!
www.vanderbilt.edu/greendots Reflecting on
Red Dots What red dots have you observed at Vanderbilt?
Who were the potential bystanders?
What green dots have you observed at Vanderbilt?
Discuss other green dots that people could do in these situations. tful Diffusion of Responsibility
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