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Addressing Domestic Violence in the Workplace by Johnny Lee

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Target Hardening

If the decision has been made to protect the employee while she or he is working, a company has several options to lower the chances of an incident. Again, a threat assessment team will have to gauge risk and explore all options to determine what is feasible and what would be the most effective.

CHANGE THE VICTIM’S LOCATION OR SHIFT

There is at least one focus of the perpetrator’s hostility, so make sure that the target victim is not where the abuser thinks she or he will be. They are or were once intimate partners, and it is not unusual for an abuser to know all the exact details of the victim’s life. Find another location for the victim—one that the abuser is not able to get to easily, and the one with the least vulnerabilities. ...

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