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The National Center for Campus Public Safety
Bystander Intervention in Action:
Training the How-tos of Intervention
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Lt....
The National Center for Campus Public Safety
Quick Background…
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•  STARTED AT MU AUGUST OF 2005
•  BYSTANDER INTERVENTIO...
The National Center for Campus Public Safety
Overview
•  Best Practice and Research
•  A Community Call For Civility
•  Pr...
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Best Practice and
Research Says…
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•  Use the socio-ecological model
•  Peer...
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The Socio-ecological
Model
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Our Approach
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A. AWARE
Notice the event. Interpret it as a problem (red flags) and assu...
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A Community Call for
Civility
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“The world is a dangerous place to live; not...
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Teaching the How
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Teaching the How
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“A concept that better enables you to take
ownership of your space, and ...
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Proxemics In Practice
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•  Driver’s Education
–  How much time…
–  Car vers...
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Proxemics In Practice
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Proxemics In Practice
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Proxemics In Practice
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Proxemics In Practice
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Persuasion Communication
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Persuasion Communication
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Persuasion Communication
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Persuasion Communication
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Persuasion Communication
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Persuasion based
Communication concepts
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The Language of
Engagement
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•  “How can I help/how can we fix this if you ...
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•  “Hey now, take it back, you didn’t really mean
that did you?” “Well, why?”...
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•  “I can appreciate where you’re coming from.
However…”
•  “I understan...
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Commonly Taught
Intervention Strategies
•  Presence
•  Group
Interventio...
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Training Civilians to be
Better Witnesses
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Thank You To:
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•  The NCCPS Staff
•  MUPD Chief Paul Mascari
•  Gary Klugi...
The National Center for Campus Public Safety
Contact Information
Lt.	Jill	Weisensel,	M.S.	
MarqueGe	University	
Police	Dep...
www.margolishealy.com
www.nccpsafety.org
info@nccpsafety.org
1.866.817.5817
www.bja.gov
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Bystander Intervention in Action: Training the How-Tos of Intervention

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In this Campus Public Safety Online webinar, Jill Weisensel, a night shift operations lieutenant for the Marquette University Police Department, discusses best practices in bystander intervention programming for colleges and universities, the role of broad-based programming in crime prevention, and the value of campus-wide collaboration. She focuses on the "how-tos" of safe intervention, concentrating specifically on persuasion-based communication tactics, proxemic management, personal safety/awareness and risk reduction. Additionally, Jill emphasizes the importance of civility and personal responsibility without victim blaming. Attendees are provided an overview of personal safety-based bystander intervention curriculum and immediately actionable content that can be added to their current bystander intervention programming.

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Bystander Intervention in Action: Training the How-Tos of Intervention

  1. 1. The National Center for Campus Public Safety Bystander Intervention in Action: Training the How-tos of Intervention 2 Lt. Jill Weisensel, M.S Marquette University Police Department
  2. 2. The National Center for Campus Public Safety Quick Background… 3 •  STARTED AT MU AUGUST OF 2005 •  BYSTANDER INTERVENTION, DEFENSIVE TACTICS, AND TACTICAL COMMUNICATION TRAINER SINCE 2011 •  HAVE TRAINED OVER 200 STUDENT FACILITATORS AND OVER 8,000 STUDENTS TO DATE, INCLUDING ATHLETES, GREEK AND STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS •  MEMBER OF FBI LEEDA •  MEMBER OF IACLEA •  SEVEN YEAR PATROL COMMANDER •  2013 GRADUATE OF THE IACP LPO •  2017 FBI LEEDA TRILOGY AWARD RECIPIENT
  3. 3. The National Center for Campus Public Safety Overview •  Best Practice and Research •  A Community Call For Civility •  Proxemic Management •  Persuasion Communication •  Training Civilians To Be Better Witnesses 4 Note: The opinions, findings, and recommenda8ons expressed in this webinar are those of the presenter and do not necessarily reflect the views of MUPD or MarqueGe University.
  4. 4. The National Center for Campus Public Safety Best Practice and Research Says… 5 •  Use the socio-ecological model •  Peer to peer education •  Focus on perspective-taking and altruistic behavior •  Identifying emergency vs. non-emergency situations •  Persuasion/communication based strategies •  Risk/threat assessment and risk reduction
  5. 5. The National Center for Campus Public Safety The Socio-ecological Model 6
  6. 6. The National Center for Campus Public Safety Our Approach 7
  7. 7. The National Center for Campus Public Safety 8 A. AWARE Notice the event. Interpret it as a problem (red flags) and assume personal responsibility to help. C. CREATE Possible solutions.Think it through and pick your strategy. T. TAGTEAM Stay calm. Enlist help if you can. I. INTERVENE When safe and appropriate. O. OPEN DIALOGUE/OBSERVE OPTIONS Be conscious of your delivery style. Use perspective taking and create context in light of the goal. N. NEGOTIATE SOLUTION/NEGATE FURTHER CONFLICT Draw a line in the sand. Know the appropriate “next step.” MARQUETTE T.A.K.E.S. A.C.T.I.O.N.
  8. 8. The National Center for Campus Public Safety A Community Call for Civility 9 “The world is a dangerous place to live; not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don't do anything about it.” –Albert Einstein
  9. 9. The National Center for Campus Public Safety Teaching the How 10
  10. 10. The National Center for Campus Public Safety 11 Teaching the How
  11. 11. The National Center for Campus Public Safety 12 “A concept that better enables you to take ownership of your space, and empowers you to stay emotionally and physically safer within that space. It encourages us to be mindful, not fearful, of environmental conditions that could increase our chances of being victimized (regardless of the offense: harassment, theft, assault, hazing and so forth).” Proxemic Management
  12. 12. The National Center for Campus Public Safety Proxemics In Practice 13 •  Driver’s Education –  How much time… –  Car versus Motorcycle: Scan and Defend –  Locking doors…while inside of your car? •  What about winter conditions? •  Your home versus a campus environment
  13. 13. The National Center for Campus Public Safety 14 Proxemics In Practice
  14. 14. The National Center for Campus Public Safety 15 Proxemics In Practice
  15. 15. The National Center for Campus Public Safety 16 Proxemics In Practice
  16. 16. The National Center for Campus Public Safety 17 Proxemics In Practice
  17. 17. The National Center for Campus Public Safety Persuasion Communication 18
  18. 18. The National Center for Campus Public Safety 19 Persuasion Communication
  19. 19. The National Center for Campus Public Safety 20 Persuasion Communication
  20. 20. The National Center for Campus Public Safety 21 Persuasion Communication
  21. 21. The National Center for Campus Public Safety 22 Persuasion Communication
  22. 22. The National Center for Campus Public Safety Persuasion based Communication concepts 23
  23. 23. The National Center for Campus Public Safety The Language of Engagement 24 •  “How can I help/how can we fix this if you keep yelling at me?” •  “Could you please explain to me what is going on from your perspective, as you see it?” •  “That didn’t necessarily offend me, but it may have offended someone else.” Courtesy of Verbal Defense and Influence
  24. 24. The National Center for Campus Public Safety •  “Hey now, take it back, you didn’t really mean that did you?” “Well, why?” •  “This is good for you, good for me, and good for everybody/the team/ the school.” •  “Wow, do you really feel that way about ‘x’ person/group/behavior?” 25 The Language of Engagement Courtesy of Verbal Defense and Influence
  25. 25. The National Center for Campus Public Safety 26 •  “I can appreciate where you’re coming from. However…” •  “I understand your position, And….” •  “Woah, let me be sure I understand what you just said…” •  “Right now, this is a small issue. let’s work together so it doesn’t become… ” Deflect and redirect Courtesy of Verbal Defense and Influence
  26. 26. The National Center for Campus Public Safety 27 Commonly Taught Intervention Strategies •  Presence •  Group Intervention •  Clarification •  Bring It Home •  “I” Statements •  Silent Stare •  Distract/Delegate •  “We’re Friends” •  Humor •  Cut and Divide •  Take a Picture These Strategies can be found in many Bystander Interven8on programs including: University of Arizona’s Step UP! Program, the Virginia Tech Bystander Interven8on Playbook, and the Men Can Stop Rape Program
  27. 27. The National Center for Campus Public Safety Training Civilians to be Better Witnesses 28
  28. 28. The National Center for Campus Public Safety 29
  29. 29. The National Center for Campus Public Safety Thank You To: 30 •  The NCCPS Staff •  MUPD Chief Paul Mascari •  Gary Klugiewicz with Verbal Defense and Influence •  The former Dr. George Thompson of the verbal judo institute •  Sara Smith- Director, Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention and Education Programs
  30. 30. The National Center for Campus Public Safety Contact Information Lt. Jill Weisensel, M.S. MarqueGe University Police Department jill.weisensel@mu.edu On Twi7er @J_Weisensel 31
  31. 31. www.margolishealy.com www.nccpsafety.org info@nccpsafety.org 1.866.817.5817 www.bja.gov

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