When someone is robbed and you hear about it on the news most people specifically wait to hear what was stolen rather than how safe the victim feels after the attack. Fear can be a bad thing. Fear can prevent people from going about their daily lives and living and fear can make or break people. Fear is not always a bad thing though. In this article, several there were examples of fear making victims rethink their daily routines and activities and to take extra pre-cautions to be safer.
The riots would give them something to shout out their feelings towards the police and show their anger. This shows that they feel they are not getting justice resulted in causing a scene of violence and people lives were lost and many injury. The relationships within communities prove how different they are between the police and the people. The riots proved to everyone that nobody had respect for one another proving a dispute of riots and causing harm to one another. It is something to get their angry out on each other showing how they are not listening to one another, and not getting anywhere as the rioters felt unfairness and empowered by the police.
I once came across this kind of situation where two of my friends were fighting about something very insignificant. I acted and prevented my two friends from becoming enemies. If I wouldn’t have stopped them they would have hated each other for a long time. Other people could also relate to this theme when they see someone get bullied online or at school. A good goal would be to try to take action upon tough situations when they appear, and prevent anything worse.
Task 2 If a client has come to you with a complaint then you must document it all down and tell your duty manager as soon as possible and they will deal with it depending on what sort of complaint it actually is. If a clients family member comes to you with a complaint then you should appologise for any inconvinience
Post traumatic stress can also come with bullying. Post traumatic stress disorder (also known as PTSD) is an anxiety disorder that makes people want to keep to themselves, and live in constant fear. Seventy percent of the time post traumatic stress disorder is caused by a traumatic experience, such as bullying. Among the other potential health problems, are suicidal thoughts. In some cases, the person being bullied feels there is no escape from the bully, so it leads to suicide.
Gender Discrimination in the Workplace Gender discrimination basically means how certain people are treated differently in their place of employment. If you have been rejected for employment, fired, or treated unfairly in employment because of your sex, then you have suffered from gender discrimination. Gender discrimination is illegal. Here is some examples gender discrimination that face women on a daily basis. (Unknown, 1995-1999) When it comes to hiring, firing or promotions, a woman may have experience and excellent qualifications, but she is not hired because the man that is doing the hiring feels more comfortable dealing with another men.
Other officers will cover up these actions when filing reports. Police officers do not treat suspects with dignity in many situations. When officers witness the actions of others, they do not report these cases to superiors. The ethical dilemmas that these conflicts can cause include the public not trusting the police force patrolling their communities. The citizens feel they are guilty until proven innocent.
DIn recent years a coercive criminal justice policy has been promoted as the appropriate response to control and deter perpetrators of domestic violence. However, recent literature and research on domestic violence has questioned the underlying assumption that the criminal justice system is always the most effective and appropriate response to domestic violence (Steward, 2001, pg. 448). In this essay the notion of domestic violence will be discussed, and what implementations as a result of the criminal justice system response have been introduce to address and therefore eliminate the problem of domestic violence within society. This point of the article will focused on how the criminal justice system response to domestic violence and will also discuss the strengths and weakness of this response to domestic violence.
• Make sure all internal documentation is completed on a Human Resources level. • Once all information gathering has taken place I would make sure that the staff member gets victim support counselling if they require it. • Offer the staff member some time off from work, and make sure what guidelines Human Resources may have in place. • Once the event has taken place make sure there is some form of training in place so an event as such would not take place again, or more awareness can be taught to staff members. • If there is no further information or you do receive any further information, I would make sure that it is handed over to the Police if involved or to Human Resources so any extra actions can be followed up.
Stories sometimes highlight that the victim or perpetrator was drunk, sexually provoked, or otherwise impelled by some other extenuating circumstance. In effect, the perpetrator is exonerated; or his crime is mitigated. 3. The media often distorts the issue. Psychologists have shown that media coverage on violence against women, for example rape, become some sort of second assault all over again to victims who are healing from the crime, simply due to the insensitive nature the media uses in publishing names, pictures and other violations of privacy.