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Risk Management & Bystander Behavior

Information about alcohol consumption, hazing, bystander behavior and how to intervene

Christine Licata

on 12 July 2013

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Transcript of Risk Management & Bystander Behavior

Bystander Behavior
The Four Stages
of Bystander Behavior
Risk Management 101:
What you and your chapter need to know

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| Zeta Beta Tau | Zeta Phi Beta |
Alcohol, Drugs & Consent
Did you know....
do anything!
drink alcohol.
be in a confined space
do something just as a member "class"
miss class.
give up anything you rightfully own
drink or eat any concoction
accept forms of physical, verbal or emotional abuse.
be ostracized from your new member class.
do anything extremely late at night or extremely early in the morning.
be required to arrive to a chapter event several hours early
The Ohio State University
Sorority and Fraternity Community


Interfraternity Council | 34
Multicultural Greek Council | 9
National Pan-Hellenic Council | 8
Panhellenic Association | 14
Office of Sorority & Fraternity Life
Sharrell Hassell-Goodman
Antonio-Phillip Lytle
Samiyyah Ali
Rochelle Perez
Christine Licata
Assistant Director - Ohio Union
Council & Programming Advisor
Recruitment & Leadership
Greek Housing & Properties
Greek Alumni and RM Education
The Ohio Union Business Administrative Suite
Second Floor, Room 2008
Program Review & Development
Leadership Development
Risk Management
Event Planning
Community Development
Marketing & Community Outreach
Rosters & Grade Reports
Inter/national Representative Meetings
Alumni Networking and Development
Standards of Excellence
Did you know...
You should...
know the date of your initiation
have a calendar of events describing your new member process
know an exact cost of the dues for the semester
receive an invoice to know where your dues go to
know the name and contact information for your faculty/chapter advisor
feel comfortable approaching any active or alumni member
be able to discuss all activities with your family, friends and university officials.
You should never be required to...
Ohio State Law
Ohio Revised Code, Ohio's Hazing Law: Section 2903.31
(A) As used in this section, “hazing” means doing any
another, including the victim, to do any act of initiation into any student or other organization that causes or creates a
substantial risk of causing mental or physical harm to any person
No person shall recklessly participate in the hazing of another.
(2) No administrator, employee, or faculty member of any primary, secondary, or post-secondary school or of any other educational institution, public or private, shall recklessly permit the hazing of any person.
(C) Whoever violates this section is guilty of hazing, a misdemeanor of the fourth degree.

Office of Student Life
Under the Ohio State Code of Student Conduct, hazing constitutes “doing, requiring or encouraging any act, whether or not the act is voluntarily agreed upon, in conjunction with initiation or continued membership or participation in any group, that causes or creates a substantial risk of causing mental or physical harm or humiliation. Such acts may include, but are not limited to, use of alcohol, creation of excessive fatigue, and paddling, punching or kicking in any form.”

Hazing may also constitute additional behaviors, including but not limited to:

forced cleaning
running errands/menial tasks
forced interviews
scavenger hunts
mental and/or psychological abuse
public or private displays of humiliation
forced use of alcohol or drugs
providing alcohol to minors
use of alcohol or drugs during the new member education/intake process or other membership events
forced eating or drinking of items
being yelled at or cursed at by other members of the team or group
sleep deprivation
public nudity
forced wear of embarrassing clothing
depriving you of regular hygiene practices (brushing teeth, bathing)
making you steal or destroy property
"drop-offs" or "dumps" in unfamiliar locations
lock-ups or being confined to small spaces
being duct taped or some other physical restraints
sexual assault
creation of excessive fatigue
any activity which seriously endangers the health or safety of another individual.
Individual Consequences for Hazing
Criminal Offense
Civil Proceeding
University Student Conduct
Organization Headquarters
Jail sentence or fine.
Retribution costs for harm/medical bills
Suspended/expelled from the university
Suspended/expelled from your organization
There are organizations who have been found in violation of hazing laws and policies on Ohio State's campus. These organizations must petition to the university and Office of Student Life
to return to campus.
Hazing is never worth it!
Seen this before....????
Bystander Intervention
Are you ready to help your brothers and
sisters create and sustain a values based
fraternity or sorority experience?
What can we do to help you along your journey?
Signs of Alcohol Poisoning
Vomiting while unconscious or semi-conscious
States of unconsciousness or semi-consciousness... "passing out"
Irregular or slow breathing
Low body temperature, fever or chills
Difficulty walking or standing independently
Blue tinged or pale colored skin
Party Smart [Student Wellness center]
What can you do to help??
know the signs of alcohol poisoning
call a medical professional -- call 911!
do not leave the person in need alone

According to Ohio law, you will not get in trouble for calling for help in situations like these! Make the call that could save a life.
Popular College Drugs
Alcohol and Marijuana

"Smart drugs" like Adderall

Other illicit drugs
It's your responsibility to be
your brother or sister's keeper!
You are all adults...
Make choices that are
& Safe
What is it? Why do I care? What can I do?
A voluntary, sober, imaginative, enthusiastic, creative, wanted, informed, mutual, honest, and verbal agreement
An active agreement. The absence of "no" does not mean "yes"
Not coerced
A process, which must be asked for every step of the way. If you want to move to the next level of sexual intimacy, just ask!
Never implied and cannot be assumed, even in the context of a relationship. Just because you are in a relationship does not mean that you have permission to have sex with your partner.
Consent is....
(No matter what he or she might verbalize):
The person is severely intoxicated or unconscious as a result of alcohol or drugs
The person is physically or developmentally disabled
Once a person says "no." It doesn't matter if sexual behavior has happened in the past, or what kind of activity has occured in the current event, earlier that day, or daily for the past six months. It does not matter if it is a current long-term relationship, a broken relationship, or marriage. If one partner says, "no," and the other forces penetration, it is rape.
The victim is under the age 13 or is elderly
If consent is not obtained prior to each act of sexual behavior (from kissing to intercourse), it is not consensual sex.
Circumstances in which a person CANNOT legally give consent:
Asking for and obtaining consent...
Shows that you have respect for both yourself and your partner
Enhances communication, respect, and honesty, which make sex and relationships better
Gives the ability to know and communicate about the type of sexual relationship you want
Aids in protecting yourself and your partner against STIs and pregnancy
Provides the opportunity to acknowledge that you and your partner(s) have sexual needs and desires
Allows for you to identify personal beliefs and values and respect your partner's personal beliefs and values
Builds confidence and self-esteem
Promotes positive views on sex and sexuality
Is empowering
Eliminates the entitlement that one partner might feel over another
Challenges stereotypes that rape is a women's issue
Challenges sexism and traditional views on gender and sexuality
Perks of Consent
How do you know if your
partner has given consent???
The only way to know for sure if someone has given consent is if they tell you. One of the best ways to determine if someone is uncomfortable with any situation, especially with a sexual one, is to simply ask.

Here are some examples of the questions you might ask:
Is there anything you don't want to do?
Are you comfortable?
Do you want to stop?
Do you want to go further?

...What other examples??
You have the right to stop, slow things down
and progress at your level of comfort.

What are some non-verbal signs to give? Verbal?
RESPECT yourself and your partner.
Notice the event.
There are many events that are obvious where someone should intervene. There are many more events where there is a gray area, and are not as obvious.
Interpret the event as a problem.
If you don't see the event as a problem, there is no need for you to dedicate attention to it. "Anything that allows you to minimize the significance of a problem will foster bystander behavior. This is the world of reasons, excuses, explanations, and rationalizations we use to let us 'off of the hook' for dealing with a problem."
What were the problems in the previous video?
Mike Dilbeck
Are you responsible for dealing with the problem?
Am I responsible for reporting?
Do I get involved?
Is this my problem?
Do I play a direct role in this situation?
"To be a part of the SOLUTION, you must
first understand how you are a part of the
PROBLEM." Berkowitz (2009, ResponseAbility)
If I don't go to the event, then I can't be responsible for what happens. [TGs, pre-games, etc.]

If they say they aren't serving alcohol to minors, and I don't check for myself, then I have to believe they aren.t'

If I didn't know, how can I be responsible for those actions?
For your consideration...
Do you have the skills & resources to act?
"This is where leaders have an opportunity to train themselves and gather resources so that they feel empowered to intervene at any given moment." - Berkowitz, 2009, ResponseAbility
Direct confrontations is an option. But it isn't the only option.

What are other ways to intervene? What situations have you been in where you can intervene?
I have the skills to intervene.
But I don't.

Why is that?
The Barriers to Intervening
Social Influence
Fear of Embarrassment
Diffusion of Responsibility
Fear of Retaliation
Pluralistic Ignorance
Now that you know the barriers...
How do you have power in a
situation and take action?
"Leaders Taking Action: From Bystander Behavior to Intervention" by Mike Dilbeck (found in Connections, the magazine of AFLV)
"Leaders Taking Action: From Bystander Behavior to Intervention" by Mike Dilbeck (found in Connections, the magazine of AFLV)
"Leaders Taking Action: From Bystander Behavior to Intervention" by Mike Dilbeck (found in Connections, the magazine of AFLV)
...Examples & Scenarios....
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