"Violent acts" includes any physical assault, threat of assault (written, electronic, verbal, or otherwise), and/or threatening behavior (physical or verbal) occurring in the campus or workplace setting. Please see Emory's policy on Campus and Workplace violence.
If you observe or feel there is an imminent threat to you or another's personal safety,
If you observe an act of campus violence, however you do not feel you or another is in immediate danger, you may find the below resources helpful in seeking assistance.
The Emory University Threat Assessment Team serves as a resource for the University community members who may be dealing with individuals exhibiting threatening, disruptive, or otherwise troubling behavior. The team includes representatives from throughout the Emory community and is coordinated by the Emory Police Department.
Watch the video: How to recognize students at risk and in distress from Student Counseling Center Director, Dr. Mark McLeod.
Helping Colleagues in Crisis with Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FSAP) Program Director, Paula Gomes.
There are many resources on the campus for response to conflicts. The Division of Campus Life, individual dean offices in each school, and Emory administrators throughout campus are all appropriate places to obtain referrals and resolutions for conflict.
The Emory University Student Counseling Center provides free, confidential counseling for enrolled undergraduate, graduate, and professional students at Emory University.
Policy on Standards of Conduct
Policy on Workplace Violence
Employees of Emory are guided by Standards of Conduct. Appropriate actions are based on Emory Human Resource policy and procedure. All questions surrounding violations of Standards of Conduct should be referred to the appropriate department manager and Human Resources.
These services—provided by licensed professionals—are free and confidential. Services are available to help individuals, groups, couples, and immediate family members with personal and/or work relationships, grief issues, alcohol and drug abuse, financial pressures, depression, work performance, effective communication, conflict resolution, stress management, and crisis intervention.
Download the Campus Violence card (PDF 36.1KB)