Order active bystander cards and help stop harassment in your community

Friday, November 17, 2017

Order cards with the tips below for ways you can support your neighbor by being an active bystander.

5 ways to support your neighbor

Distract—Interrupt the situation. Ignore the harasser and engage the person who is being targeted.

Delegate—Ask others to help out. Before calling 911, ask the targeted person.

Delay—If you can't act right away, check with the targeted person after the abuse.

Document—Film the abuse. Ask the targeted person before sharing footage.

Direct—Respond directly to the harasser only if you and the targeted person are safe and if it seems unlikely that the situation will escalate.

 

 

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Week 1: Seeing where harassment happens in our communityhttps://www.pjsn.org/resources/bystander-intervention/Week-1-Seeing-where-harassment-happens-in-our-communityWeek 1: Seeing where harassment happens in our community
Week 2: Responding to harassmenthttps://www.pjsn.org/resources/bystander-intervention/Week-2-Responding-to-harassmentWeek 2: Responding to harassment
Week 3: Distract—Providing a distraction to de-escalate a situationhttps://www.pjsn.org/resources/bystander-intervention/Week-3-Distract—Providing-a-distraction-to-de-escalate-a-situationWeek 3: Distract—Providing a distraction to de-escalate a situation
Week 4: Delegate—Bringing others into the situationhttps://www.pjsn.org/resources/bystander-intervention/Week-4-Delegate—Bringing-others-into-the-situationWeek 4: Delegate—Bringing others into the situation
Week 5: Delay—Responding after an attackhttps://www.pjsn.org/resources/bystander-intervention/Week-5-Delay—Responding-after-an-attackWeek 5: Delay—Responding after an attack
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Week 7: Putting into practice what we have learnedhttps://www.pjsn.org/resources/bystander-intervention/Week-7-Putting-into-practice-what-we-have-learnedWeek 7: Putting into practice what we have learned

 

 

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