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HOW TO BREAK UP A FIGHT

How to break up a fight!

 
  • Most fights can be stopped by a calm yet stern, authoritative voice. Give specific commands. Do not yell.
  • Evaluate the situation. How many students are involved? How big are they? Is there anyone around who can assist you? Are weapons present?
  • Identify yourself; call students by name (if possible).
  • Defer to rules, not personal authority.
  • Stay within your capabilities to protect. Do not become another victim.
  • Avoid physical contact, especially "grabbing."  Specific training and certification are available if necessary.
  • Send another student or adult for help.
  • Before going into a fight, remove your glasses.
  • Separate the aggressor and the victim. Use your body more than your hands.
  • Remove participants to a neutral location; dismiss the audience.
  • Obtain identification.
  • Get medical attention if necessary.
  • Provide protection and support for victims; provide counseling.
  • Report incident; debrief relevant teachers; describe the incident in writing; notify parents.

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