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Bullying pres prop offence

  1. 1. BULLYING Cst Toby ACREMAN Port Saunders RCMPFooter
  2. 2. W hat Is Bullying? Footer
  3. 3. Bullying: •Bullying is comprised of a series ofrepeated but intentional cruel incidentsinvolving the same bully and victim(s). Thisdoesnt mean howev er, that for bullying to occur, there must be repeat offenses. It canbe a single interaction as well. Bullying can also be considered a criminal act if the bully is 12 years of age or older. Footer
  4. 4. Types of Bullying•Physical•Verbal•Relational•Racist•Sexual•Cyber Footer
  5. 5. Physical Bullies •Action Oriented •Assaulting the victim through hitting,pushing, damaging property. Footer
  6. 6. Verbal Bullies•Use words to hurt/humiliate others•Teasing, insulting, racist comments Footer
  7. 7. Relational Bullies •Most often found with teenage girls. •Force peers to form groups and separateothers from group. •Spreading fictitious rumors about peers •Gives victims a sense of rejection Footer
  8. 8. Racist Bullies•Racial slurs•Offensive gestures and jokes Footer
  9. 9. Sexual Bullying•Sexual harassment•Sexual Assault•Date rapes•Inappropriate comments/gestures Footer
  10. 10. Internet/Cyber Bullies•MSN•Cell Phones•Text Messaging•Web Sites•Internet Chat Rooms Footer
  11. 11. Did you know: •Making comments online is the same asverbally making them? •You could have your internet privilegesrevoked? •Cell phone calls can be traced? •You could be criminally Liable? Footer
  12. 12. Legal Repercussions of Bullying:•Assault-Sect 266 CC•Criminal Harassment-Sect 264 CC•Uttering Threats- Sect 264.1 CC•False Messages- Sect 372 CC•Public Incitement of Hatred-Sect 319 CC•Mischief- Sect 430 CC Footer
  13. 13. Advice for Victims:•Record voice messages•Print MSN conversations•Protect personal information•Block bullies messages•Tell Teacher, Parent, Friend, or Police•310-TALK (Bullying Hotline) Footer
  14. 14. FACT •Canadian statistics state that 60% ofidentified bullies end up with a criminal recordby the age of 24. •Don’t you be one of those numbers; Treatothers like you would like to be treated. Footer
  15. 15. Effects of•Low self esteem Bullying:•Loneliness•Poor physical health•Depression•Academic Failure•Retaliation (School Violence, shootings…) Footer
  16. 16. Topic #2- Property Related Offences•Property Definition;•Real and personal property•Property in possession or under control•- Color of right Footer
  17. 17. Party to an offence- Sect 21(1) CC •Assists in committing offence •Does or omits to do anything for thepurpose of aiding in the offence •Intention/conspiring to commit the offence Footer
  18. 18. Common Property Offences •Mischief - Sect 430 CC •Theft under/over $5000- Sect 334 CC •Break & Enter- Sect 348 CC •Possession of Break in Instrument- Sect351 CC •Possession Stolen Property- Sect 354 CC Footer
  19. 19. THE END•Comments / Questions? Footer

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