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Types of Violence

Child Maltreatment
Child Maltreatment

Child maltreatment is a serious problem that can have lasting harmful effects on victims. The goal for child maltreatment prevention is simple—to stop child abuse and neglect from happening in the first place.

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Childcaregiver Relationships
Childcaregiver Relationships

Domestic violence can have long-term ... Child abuse is abuse or neglect of a child under 18 by a parent, caregiver, ... Talking to them about healthy relationships.

Discriminatory Abuse
Discriminatory Abuse

Discriminatory Abuse Discriminatory abuse exists when values, beliefs or culture result in a misuse of power that denies opportunity to some groups or individuals. It can be a feature of any form of abuse of an adult, but can also be motivated because of age, gender, sexuality, disability, religion, class, culture, language, race or ethnic origin.

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Elder Maltreatment
Elder Maltreatment

Elder abuse is an intentional act, or failure to act, by a caregiver or another person in a relationship involving an expectation of trust that causes or creates a risk of harm to an older adult. (An older adult is defined as someone age 60 or older.) Forms of elder abuse are below.

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Financial Abuse
Financial Abuse

When people think of abuse, what comes to mind is usually physical abuse, followed by sexual, emotional or psychological abuse. Financial, or economic, abuse is another way batterers control their partners to keep them in a relationship.

Intimate Partner Violence
Intimate Partner Violence

Domestic violence is sometimes called intimate partner violence. It includes physical, sexual, or emotional abuse, as well as sexual coercion and stalking by a current or former intimate partner. 1 An intimate partner is a person with whom you have or had a close personal or sexual relationship.

Life Skills in Youth
Life Skills in Youth

LifeSkills Training (LST) is a classroom-based universal prevention program designed to prevent adolescent tobacco, alcohol, marijuana use, and violence. LST contains 30 sessions to be taught over three years (15, 10, and 5 sessions), and additional violence prevention lessons also are available each year (3, 2, and 2 sessions).

Neglect
Neglect

Defining Violence and Abuse Defining Violence and Abuse Violence and other forms of abuse are most commonly understood as a pattern of behaviour intended to establish and maintain control over family, household members, intimate partners, colleagues, individuals or groups.

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Physical Abuse
Physical Abuse

Physical abuse is the use of physical force against someone in a way that injures or endangers that person. Physical assault or battering is a crime, whether it occurs inside or outside of the family.

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Psychological and Emotional Abuse
Psychological and Emotional Abuse

Emotional and psychological abuse can happen to anyone. Definition of emotional abuse plus emotional abuse signs, ... Threats of violence or abandonment;

Sexual Abuse
Sexual Abuse

The term "sexual violence" is an all-encompassing, non-legal term that refers to crimes like sexual assault, rape, and sexual abuse. Many of these crimes are described below.

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Sexual Violence
Sexual Violence

Sexual violence is defined as a sexual act committed against someone without that person’s freely given consent. Sexual violence includes: Completed or attempted forced penetration of a victim

source: cdc.gov
Type Five Ideological Violence
Type Five Ideological Violence

Type Five – Ideological Violence. Ideological workplace violence is directed at an organization, its people, and/or property for ideological, religious or political reasons. The violence is perpetrated by extremists and value-driven groups justified by their beliefs. Many of the recent active shooter and terrorist incidents across the globe fall under this bucket. One of the most impactful forms of workplace violence recently has been active shooter incidents.

Type Four Domestic Violence
Type Four Domestic Violence

Defining Violence and Abuse Defining Violence and Abuse Violence and other forms of abuse are most commonly understood as a pattern of behaviour intended to establish and maintain control over family, household members, intimate partners, colleagues, individuals or groups. While violent offenders are most often known to their victims (intimate or estranged partners and spouses, family members, relatives, peers, colleagues, etc.), acts of violence and abuse may also be committed by strangers.

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Type One Criminal Intent
Type One Criminal Intent

Type 1: Criminal Intent In Type 1 violence, the perpetrator has no legitimate relationship to the business or its employees, and is usually committing a crime in conjunction with the violence (robbery, shoplifting, trespassing).

source: wwwn.cdc.gov
Type Three Worker-to-Worker
Type Three Worker-to-Worker

Type 3 violence between coworkers is commonly referred to as lateral or horizontal violence. It includes bullying, and frequently manifests as verbal and emotional abuse that is unfair, offensive, vindictive, and/or humiliating though it can range all the way to homicide.

source: wwwn.cdc.gov
Type Two Customer/Client
Type Two Customer/Client

Type 2 violence is the most common in healthcare settings. This course considers the customer/client relationship to include patients, their family members, and visitors, and will be referred to as CLIENT-ON-WORKER VIOLENCE.

source: wwwn.cdc.gov
Verbal Abuse
Verbal Abuse

Verbal violence, most often also labeled verbal abuse, is a common variety of violence, which encompasses a relatively large spectrum of behaviors, including: accusing, undermining, verbal threatening, ordering, trivializing, constant forgetting, silencing, blaming, name calling, overtly criticizing.

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Youth Violence
Youth Violence

Youth Violence Recommend on Facebook Tweet Share Compartir Youth violence is a significant public health problem that affects thousands of young people each day, and in turn, their families, schools, and communities.

source: cdc.gov