Violence Prevention Expert Urges Safety First, Fairness Second When Responding to Campus Threats
When encountering threatening behavior on campus, it's important to remember safety first, fairness second, a violence prevention expert told members of the campus community on Tuesday.
"The University is the state capitol of fairness. You guys care about fairness in a way that's really inspiring; but fairness isn't the most important thing in the whole world," said Joel Dvoskin, a senior psychologist with the Threat Assessment Group – an organization that offers workplace violence prevention training to organizations throughout the country. read more »