Limiting Violence and Intimidation - For Practitioners

Heidi Burgess


Ideally, steps can be taken to prevent violence before it starts. Once it starts, violence tends to escalate quickly, and stopping it (and preventing its recurrence) becomes much more difficult. So prevention is by far superior when it is possible.

In order to prevent violence, both the disputing parties and potential intervenors must understand

In addition, if violence has already occurred, practitioners need: