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Violent and Hostile Behavior - Lesson Summary

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    Stephen K.
    IE
    Stephen K.

    Why are societal abuse and perspective dismissal not considered as precipitating factors to violent behaviour?

    Godwin U.
    GB
    Godwin U.

    People who are suffered of mental illness are found of violent behavior and are not easy to dealt with and as a trained professional or officer they need to work as a team in any situation. To resolve this issues officer need to look for safer surrounding area to able to prevent death or increase accidents. But make sure you need any support from or call police to help the patient until the emergency come.

    Catherine T.
    US
    Catherine T.

    YOUR ATTITUDE AND DEMEANOR ARE CRUCIAL TO A VIOLENT PERSON

    Beverley D.
    GB
    Beverley D.

    In a calm tone talk to the patient, keep everyone else calm and work together as a team, keep the doors clear

    Reneerebecca D.
    AU
    Reneerebecca D.

    In this circumstances the personnal should talk to the patient in a calm matter and try and make this situation a better outcome.

    Reneerebecca D.
    AU
    Reneerebecca D.

    is there any better outcome for the patient when in a hostile behavior??

    Julie R.
    GB
    Julie R.

    I know anyone in these circumstances would not stay as calm as they should do, but the it's the right way to do it if possible. Sometimes just by showing them that your not calm can make the situation worse. There's only two ways it can go, their way or your way. If you want it your way you must try everything you can to make sure it goes your way especially if there's other people at risk and you know you got to act fast.

    Kelly R.
    US
    Kelly R.

    My brother in-law, Terrence Lynrx Toledo has an eating problem. He says he isn't Mormon, yet the Mormons are visiting #28 Indian Village Rd., Churchrock, NM 87311 and Lucille M. Ross our mom, because he hasn't signed the divorce papers with my sister Kimberly K. Ross-Toledo, or given us a fairness with respect to question why he feels the struggle with post traumatic stress disorder urgency to perpetuate a position to leave his mother in-laws house in Churchrock, NM. I have my mom & Kelly K. Ross a certified teacher with BIE, & Public School Systems to question why a National Guard Armoury & Desert Storm Trooper a NM State Police Officer to gain why he hasn't helped us with knowing a suicidal or there other chance of him to hold a organized investigation to give a question stance as to lending his biological father's support as Richard Toledo a army presence himself, to aid people in Churchrock, NM. Katianna T. Toledo, is his & her mom to care with this village. Their daughter, my niece was with Kim (her mom), Kelly, Kaytoinette and herself visiting the Phx. AZ. zoo & we all stayed at the Radisson near ABC 13 studio. I know we lived through a television service with the television being(deity) on over 24 hours in this house #28. We are in this suicidal plea & have every right to give respect with sundance sweatlodge yuwipi, house blessing ceremony, & perfume smelling inhalient use, to give us the SANITY(work-out exercise aid with Family Educational Rights to Privacy Law(s) Act). PLZ Give us a passing Resolution Stance to aid us because we have the National Petroglyph Parks & Recreation land deed sale as our justifiable arrangement(s) to have some respect with actually visiting a movie theatre to see "Batman VS. Superman" with the Westin Family being (deity) from South Dakota as Flandreau rosebud Santee Sioux & Navajo-Apache, NM. incest archive museum endoctrinated retrievable survival traditional curriculum document. I have been to some National Parks & we signed the visitor albums even our young 9 year old child signed & included her to become a deity being with us as tribal Sioux & Navajo-Apache tribal leaders. I submitted a Health Care Act, leadership presidential plea to invite leaders from elementary schools to submit posters. These students from my classroom as Ms. Kelly K. Ross participated with the NM END DWI, New Mexico State Police Officer Unit as an Alliance Act with Healthy Partnerships in Schools, as a U.S.A. academic University of New Mexico curriculum standard. We are crucial to attest to deity being persons as domestic violence survivors from suicide prevention strategic field health workers. PLZ, Kelly K. Ross, I have these people whom I love and have a do not like understanding to become back to my reality.

    Mia C.
    AU
    Mia C.

    restrains are definetly not the way to go it couses more damage then good.

    Sarah H.
    AU
    Sarah H.

    Violent and hostile behavioured persons are dangerous and should be handled with care . Education about violent and hostile behaviour may and will prevent and teach hostile persons how to control themselves and act in hostile and violent situations

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