The Assessment and Care Protocol for Disturbing, Threatening or Violent Behaviour

Sep 15th, 2015

Michelle Osmond

The Assessment and Care Protocol for Disturbing, Threatening or Violent Behaviour

Every member of the Memorial University community has the right to study, work and live in a safe, non-threatening environment. Memorial University is committed to providing and maintaining such an environment.

You have a duty to report behaviour which you see as disturbing, threatening or violent, and which could negatively impact members of the university community.

Disturbing, threatening or violent behaviour includes:

  • Destructive
  • Harmful or threatening to others
  • Suicidal
  • Risk taking
  • Hostile/aggressive
  • Poor self-care/judgement
  • Substance abuse or self-medication
  • Emotionally troubled
  • Lack of trust and suspicion of others
  • Aggression

Concerned? Call:

  • St. John’s campus:
    • File an eAlert to log your concern - www.mun.ca/MIMS/
    • If it’s an emergency call Campus Enforcement and Patrol - 864-4100
    • Marine Institute:  Security services at 778-0644
    • Grenfell Campus: Campus Enforcement and Patrol at 637-2888


Memorial University is holding several over the next couple of months to help you recognize this behavior and learn what to do about it. For more info, click here.

Contact

Office of the Chief Risk Officer

230 Elizabeth Ave, St. John's, NL, CANADA, A1B 3X9

Postal Address: P.O. Box 4200, St. John's, NL, CANADA, A1C 5S7

Tel: (709) 864-8000