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  • The problem of children bullying each other is not new. Most of us have encountered a bully at some point in our lives. Usually parents worry about their child becoming the victim to a bully in school. It is often quite a surprise for parents to find out that their child is the one doing the bullying. As upsetting as it is to discover this behavior, you must stay calm. To successfully help your child, you must go about resolving the problem the appropriate way.Luckily, after reading articles online, I found a perfect solution that has been working perfectly for your son and the rest of the family.#SafekidZone, Check out here: http://bit.ly/ZjYchC
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    • Bullying: An Overview of the Concern in Indiana 1 NOTE:  For your viewing convenience advance slides by clicking your mouse.  For additional resource information click on links found within the slides.  These are only the slides. No sound is attached to this slide presentation.  You can view the full recorded presentation by visiting the following link: http://www.anymeeting.com/bpindyinc/EC53D686864A You will have to enter your name & E-mail address to view the full recorded presentation. The recorded presentation is about 48 minutes in length.(c) 2012. Bully Prevention Alliance™
    • Bullying: An Overview of the Concern in Indiana 2 THE FOLLOWING SLIDES WERE USED FOR THE O N L I N E W E B I N A R P R E S E N T AT I O N H E L D O N : NOVEMBER 10, 2012 T H I S P R E S E N T A T I O N WA S A L S O H E L D O N AUGUST 08, 2012 F O R T H E FA C U LT Y A N D S TA F F O F T H E I N D I A N A P O L I S C A M P U S E S O F KAPLAN COLLEGE P R E S E N T E D B Y: TA M M Y D . M O O N PRESIDENT & CEO B U L LY P R E V E N T I O N A L L I A N C E ™(c) 2012. Bully Prevention Alliance™
    • Bullying: An Overview of the Concern in Indiana 3 Topics: Introduction Statistics on Bullying & Suicide What is Bullying as defined by Indiana Code? What actions constitute bullying? Characteristics of the bullying perpetrator Characteristics of the bullying victim Bullying in elementary and secondary schools Bullying in colleges Bullying in the workplace Bullying and domestic violence Closing (c) 2012. Bully Prevention Alliance™
    • Statistics on Bullying 2009 - 2010 4 Statistical Ratio: 1 out of every 4 students are dealing with bullying On a Statewide level: As reported by the Indiana Department of Education:  Indiana total student enrollment was: 1,120,563. 2011/2012 Public School Enrollment: 1,041,557  Students dealing with bullying across the state: 280,141 2011/2012 Public School Students dealing with bullying: 260,390(c) 2012. Bully Prevention Alliance™
    • Statistics on Bullying 2007 - 2012 5 Indiana Student Enrollment By Grade // Estimated Number BulliedGrade 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 2011-2012Pre-K 10,753 // 2,688 11,486 // 2,871 12,490 // 3,123 11,652 // 2,913 9,539 // 2,385K 75,437 // 18,860 76,299 // 19,075 78,215 // 19,554 76,753 // 19,189 78,157 // 19,540Grade 1 85,095 // 21,274 80,961 // 20,242 80,064 // 20,016 81,393 // 20,349 79,357 // 19,840Grade 2 80,526 // 20,132 82,873 // 20,719 79,089 // 19,773 78,855 // 19,714 79,258 // 19,815Grade 3 78,737 // 19,685 79,914 // 19,979 82,175 // 20,544 78,968 // 19,742 77,863 // 19,466Grade 4 78,202 // 19,551 78,840 // 19,710 79,991 // 19,998 82,385 // 20,597 78,627 // 19,657Grade 5 78,708 // 19,677 78,568 // 19,642 78,869 // 19,718 80,079 // 20,020 81,985 // 20,497Grade 6 80,118 // 20,030 78,971 // 19,743 79,047 // 19,762 79,584 // 19,896 80,257 // 20,065Grade 7 81,097 // 20,275 81,204 // 20,301 79,698 // 19,925 79,926 // 19,982 79,942 // 19,986Grade 8 80,847 // 20,212 80,871 // 20,218 80,980 // 20,245 79,786 // 19,947 79,583 // 19,896Grade 9 84,931 // 21,233 84,534 // 21,134 84,232 // 21,058 84,137 // 21,035 81,766 // 20,442Grade 10 81,964 // 20,491 81,239 // 20,310 80,897 // 20,225 81,555 // 20,387 82,490 // 20,623Grade 11 78,554 // 19,639 77,350 // 19,338 77,920 // 19,480 77,281 // 19,321 77,791 // 19,448Grade 12 71,746 // 17,937 72,980 // 18,245 72,990 // 18,248 74,832 // 18,708 74,064 // 18,51612+/Adult 472 // 118 738 // 185 960 // 240 704 // 176 878 // 220Total 1,047,187 // 261,797 1,046,828 // 261,707 1,047,617 // 261,905 1,047,890 // 261,973 1,041,557 // 260,390 Enrollment numbers are as reported by the Indiana Department of Education. (c) 2012. Bully Prevention Alliance
    • Statistics on Bullying 2009 - 2010 6 Statistical Ratio: 1 out of every 4 students are dealing with bullying In Marion County: As reported by the Indiana Department of Education:  Total student enrollment was: 168,745*  Students dealing with bullying across Marion County: 42,186* The IDOE currently lists 346 schools in Marion County for 2011/2012 school year.* “This is not a complete number because there are eight charter schools that did not provide the IDOE with their2009/2010 student enrollment numbers.(c) 2012. Bully Prevention Alliance
    • Statistics on Bullying 2009 – 2010 and 2011 - 2012 7 Statistical Ratio: The following shows the total student enrollment, as reported to the IDOE, for Indianapolis’s elevenschool districts and the approximate number of students who dealt with bullying in that district during the school year of 2009/2010 and 2011/2012 which shows comparison. 2009 / 2010 2011 / 2012 Students Appx. Students Appx.School Enrolled Bullied Enrolled BulliedIPS 33,372 8,343 31,998 8,000 Decrease 1,374 / 343Wayne Township 15,808 3,952 16,277 4,070 Increase 469 / 118Lawrence Township 15,767 3,942 14,878 3,720 Decrease 889 / 222Perry Township 14,416 3,604 14,448 3,612 Increase 32 / 8Warren Township 11,957 2,989 11,899 2,975 Decrease 58 / 14Pike Township 10,981 2,745 10,918 2,730 Decrease 63 / 15Washington Township 10,670 2,668 11,194 2,799 Increase 524 / 131Franklin Township 9,061 2,265 8,478 2,120 Decrease 583 / 145Beech Grove 2,417 604 2,734 684 Increase 317 / 81Speedway 1,509 377 1,624 406 Increase 115 / 29 (c) 2012. Bully Prevention Alliance
    • Statistics on Bullying 2009 - 2010 8 Statistical Ratio: 1 out of every 4 students are dealing with bullying Largest Public School District in Marion County: Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS) There are 66 schools in the IPS district As reported by the Indiana Department of Education:  Total student enrollment was: 33,372 Total student enrollment for 2011/2012 is: 31,998  Students dealing with bullying in IPS: 8,343 Total students for 2011/2012 year is: 8,000(c) 2012. Bully Prevention Alliance
    • Statistics on Bullying 2007 - 2012 9 Indianapolis Public School Corporation (IPS) Student Enrollment By Grade // Estimated Number of Students BulliedGrade 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 2011-2012Pre-K 217 // 54 209 // 53 215 // 54 545 // 137 237 // 60 K 3,373 // 844 3,212 // 803 3,497 // 875 3,295 // 824 3,384 // 846Grade 1 3,748 // 937 3,408 // 852 3,297 // 825 3,165 // 792 3,165 // 792Grade 2 3,359 // 840 3,339 // 835 3,057 // 765 2,920 // 730 2,937 // 735Grade 3 3,090 // 773 3,041 // 761 2,981 // 746 2,827 // 707 2,756 // 689Grade 4 2,796 // 699 2,850 // 713 2,843 // 711 2,839 // 710 2,710 // 676Grade 5 2,494 // 156 2,560 // 640 2,600 // 650 2,594 // 649 2,694 // 674Grade 6 2,504 // 626 2,331 // 583 2,368 // 592 2,382 // 596 2,423 // 606Grade 7 2,682 // 671 2,389 // 598 2,209 // 553 2,297 // 575 2,270 // 568Grade 8 2,602 // 651 2,552 // 638 2,321 // 581 2,204 // 551 2,162 // 541Grade 9 2,351 // 588 3,213 // 804 2,338 // 585 2,071 // 518 1,882 // 471Grade 10 2,494 // 624 1,913 // 479 2,682 // 671 2,786 // 697 2,303 // 576Grade 11 1,936 // 484 1,617 // 405 1,614 // 404 1,699 // 425 1,738 // 435Grade 12 1,611 // 403 1,416 // 354 1,402 // 351 1,323 // 331 1,337 // 335Total 35,257 // 8815 34,050 // 8513 33,372 // 8343 33,079 // 8270 31,998 // 8000 (c) 2012. Bully Prevention Alliance
    • Statistics on Bullying 2009 - 2010 10 Statistical Ratio: 1 out of every 4 students are dealing with bullying 2nd Largest School System in Marion County: Private Catholic Schools 68 Catholic Schools Combined As reported by the Indiana Department of Education:  Total student enrollment was: 21,356  Students dealing with bullying in Catholic Schools: 5,339(c) 2012. Bully Prevention Alliance
    • Statistics on Suicide 11 Statistical Ratio: As reported by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) Nationally: In 2008, there was a national reported number of suicide for those between the ages of 15-24 years being that of 4,298 across the United States.  The following is the ratio breakdown given from the CDC: 10-14 year olds = 215 suicides = 1.1 / 100,000 in this age group 15-19 year olds = 1,604 suicides = 7.4 / 100,000 in this age group 20-24 year olds = 2,694 suicides = 12.6 / 100,000 in this age group(c) 2012. Bully Prevention Alliance
    • Statistics on Suicide 12 Statistical Ratio: As reported by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) Indiana: Taking the total statewide student enrollment for 2009 / 2010 as the base number andcalculating that by 8.5* for every 100,000 then as a whole the state of Indiana can estimatethat 95 students would have committed suicide. In consideration of the approximate number of students bullied in 2009 / 2010 it can beestimated that 23 students may have committed suicide in Indiana because of bullying. In Indianapolis it can be approximated that 13 had committed suicide overall with 3having committed suicide because of bullying.* Basing this on 1.1 for 10-14 yr olds plus 7.4 for 15-19 yr olds as calculated by the CDC(c) 2012. Bully Prevention Alliance
    • What is bullying? 13 Currently defined in Indiana as: “overt, repeated acts or gestures, including: (1) verbal or written communications transmitted; (2) physical acts committed; or (3) any other behaviors committed, by a student or group of students against another student with the intent to harass, ridicule, humiliate, intimidate, or harm the other student.” (IC 20-33-8-0.2)(c) 2012. Bully Prevention Alliance
    • What is bullying? 14 An attempt to change the definition: In 2011 Indiana Senator Thomas Wyss and House Representative Greg Porter attempted to make a legislative change in the definition. That attempted change consisted of a constitutionally sound inclusion of the word phrasing “digital and electronic communications.” This was an important aspect for issues relating to acts that fall under both of the blanketed terms of bullying and cyber-bullying. Neither of these Bills made it through legislation in that session but they will soon be resurfacing.(c) 2012. Bully Prevention Alliance
    • What is bullying? 15 Having a constitutionally sound definition for any particular legislative Bill is important so that those within our legislative, judicial and administrative branches of government can make certain that those laws are maintained, held in compliance and are justly carried out for those who reside in the community. However, to put it more simply in this instance Bullying and Cyber-bullying are two blanketed terms used to cover specific actions intentionally committed by an individual, or group of individuals, that are physical and / or psychological in nature to which would purposely cause physical and / or psychological distress / harm towards the intended targeted victim.(c) 2012. Bully Prevention Alliance
    • What actions constitute bullying? 16 The following list of actions are ones that are chargeable criminal offenses and civil offenses as labeled, or defined, within Indiana code and is not all inclusive.  Battery  Harassment  Identity theft  Stalking  Kidnapping  Physical assault (under Ed. statute)  Confinement  Certain acts of fraud  Human trafficking  Hazing  Sexual trafficking  Criminal deviant conduct  Sex crimes  Exploitation  Photographic distortions  Sexual battery  Robbery  Criminal gang intimidation  Aggravated Battery  Criminal gang recruitment  Hazing  Destruction of intellectual property  Provocation  Destruction of real property  Strangulation  Computer crimes  Hate crimes  Libel (a civil actionable offense)  Segregation  Slander (a civil actionable offense)  Causing Suicide  Defamation (a civil actionable offense)  Assisting Suicide  Filing false charges  Intimidation  Retaliation  Threatening  Computer hacking & other computer crimes(c) 2012. Bully Prevention Alliance
    • What actions constitute bullying? 17 The following list is a continuation of actions that are chargeable criminal offenses and civil offenses as labeled, or defined, within Indiana code, and are not all inclusive.  Sexual harassment  Substantial interference with another’s employment  Repeated exhibitionism  Harassment: “obscene messages”  Voyeurism  Acts that fall within grounds of domestic violence  Sexual propositioning  Telephone wire tapping  Racketeering  Fraud  Substantial interference with another’s education The following list are actions that fall within the realm of cyber-bullying – of which some crimes listed above also carry over into cyber-bullying and are therefore not mentioned below. This list is not all inclusive.  Online identity deception  Libeling (a civil action)  Electronic spam  Sending a viruses to the target  Impersonation (a form of identity theft)  Hacking  Writing negative or false information about someone  Using cell phone apps that are available to send  Outing and trickery others text where they think it is the targeted victim.  Exclusion  Sending others E-mail from an account made up to  Happy Slapping appear to be from the target and harassing others.  Sending messages to targets contacts to defame(c) 2012. Bully Prevention Alliance
    • What actions constitute bullying? 18 The following list is a continuation of actions that are described in more general terms and are not all inclusive:  Saying things to purposely hurt another  Lying to adults / others about a characteristic of the  Repeated taunting target in order to get others to not trust the target.  Repeated teasing  Cheating off the paper, test, or project of the target  Being rude in a disrespectful manner  Stealing the work of the target and claiming it as ones  Coercion own work.  Spreading rumors  Destroying a friendship that the target has with others  Excluding the target purposely from group gatherings for the pure enjoyment of watching the target suffer  Physically or emotional threats emotional pain, embarrassment, and isolation  Pushing / shoving  Calling the target derogatory names  Hitting  Purposely withholding information from the target in  Pulling hair order to destroy the target  Throwing things at someone  Following the target from one place to another in  Publicly embarrassing target order to intimidate, annoy, harass, embarrass and with  Grabbing someone in an inappropriate manner intent to cause hopeful emotional distress.  Physically / emotionally terrorizing the target  Purposely attempting to cause someone who the  Excessive destructive criticism target cares for, is friends with, or loves to not trust the  Calling target at inappropriate hours of the night target in order to get gratification from the pain the  Invoking the target to angry outburst in order to get target would suffer from such a loss. the target into trouble with adults.(c) 2012. Bully Prevention Alliance
    • Characteristics of the Bullying Perpetrator 19 Children who are bullies are often observed to display the following characteristics, this list is not all inclusive: Impulsiveness  Calls others names that are rude Domineering  Thrive on violent acts that are Be physically stronger than others observed or experienced Inflated ego  Have an aggressive behavioral issue / Have no remorse for their actions of disorderwrong doing  Is often rejected by their peers Refuse to conform to rules /  Is put in isolation by peers and adultsregulations  Shows signs of physical abuse Easily frustrated  May be going through a domestic Entices others issue at home (i.e., divorce, domestic Have outbursts of laughter at violence, neglect)another’s expense  Lack parental involvement in Have angry outbursts education Cuts in line  Failing classes(c) 2012. Bully Prevention Alliance
    • Characteristics of the Bullying Victim 20 Children who are bulling victims are often observed to display the following characteristics, this list is not all inclusive: Quiet  Does not eat well Cautious about others  Show signs of social and emotional Sensitive developmental deficiencies Often insecure / unsure of their own  Develop poor academicsabilities.  May become cynical if the bully gets Become less assertive away with his / her actions Do not provoke others in being  May start to believe that they deserveattacked to be treated in the manner in which Unlikely to retaliate they have been. If one does retaliate it is because the  May start physically mutilatingbullying abuse has gone on too long. themselves May become isolated socially  Argue with family members badly Have bad sleeping habits  May attempt suicide, and likely more Have bad headaches / migraines than once.(c) 2012. Bully Prevention Alliance
    • Bullying in Elementary & Secondary Schools 21 Elementary Schools  A time of social and emotional growth  Just starting to learn what various words mean  Developmental sensitivity  Worry about fitting in  Scared that they will not be liked  Want to show off so they can develop friends  Do not know how to respond to negativity positively (who do they turn to, how can they help)(c) 2012. Bully Prevention Alliance
    • Bullying in Elementary & Secondary Schools 22 Secondary Schools  Growing into themselves - puberty  Jealousy issues become more noticeable  Become more aware of their own self independence  Worry about being liked, labeled, not believed when something goes wrong  Deal with not knowing who to go to for help  Figure out what they want to become and quietly hope that someone will help them.  Additional factors that also apply in college start applying in the secondary school grades.(c) 2012. Bully Prevention Alliance
    • Bullying in College 23  Relational  Face academic jealousy from peers  Face problems with discrimination based upon characteristic  Will sit in the back of the class  Insecurity caused by others can lead to not asking for help on an academic question  Will isolate themselves in their dorms, libraries or other locations.  Will try to avoid working on projects with groups of others  Challenge the professor on having to do group projects  Issues from secondary and college can carry over into the workplace and in domestic violence.(c) 2012. Bully Prevention Alliance
    • Bullying in the Workplace 24  Sexual harassment  Teasing / discriminate against another for a characteristic  Stealing ones work and claiming it as their own  Stealing other things (money, property, etc) and blame a co-worker  Call off work, show up late, eat alone  Not dress appropriately  Spread rumors about co-workers that are false  Fire a subordinate who shows great growth out of fear of having that person take their job.(c) 2012. Bully Prevention Alliance
    • Bullying and Domestic Violence 25  Dominating behavior towards significant other  Calling / texting numerous times throughout the day to “check up” on them.  Screening phone calls, E-mails, text messages  Putting significant other on a budget and refusing to let them have anything more even if available.  Public criticism  Physically abusive  Emotionally manipulative  Past criminal history / psychological issues relating to PTSD (especially right now for military)(c) 2012. Bully Prevention Alliance
    • Bullying & Cyber-bullying 26 Together we can all make a difference in the life of a child who will one day become leaders of our nation! Office: (317) 721-8201 E-mail: Info@bpindyinc.org Web site: www.bpindyinc.org Facebook: www.facebook.com/bpindyinc © 2012. Bully Prevention Alliance. Indianapolis, In.(c) 2012. Bully Prevention Alliance