Threatening and intimidating behaviour

05 Sep

An offence under the Act may, for example, also lead to or involve an assault, unlawful possession of a weapon or the causing of criminal damage.

See Additional Charges and Charge Selection below for guidance on the selection of the appropriate number and type of charges in such cases.

This document provides guidance about the charge which should be preferred if the criteria set out in the Code for Crown Prosecutors are met.includes any physical assault, with or without weapons; behavior that a reasonable person would interpret as being potentially violent (e.g., throwing things, pounding on a desk or door, or destroying property), or specific threats to inflict physical harm (e.g., a threat to shoot a named individual).For further information regarding threatening or violent behavior in the workplace, please refer to the University Policy Manual P519 Workplace Violence Stony Brook University shall take all responsible actions to educate employees regarding the ways to identify and address disruptive behavior.(ii) Approaching or confronting that individual in a public place or on private property.(iii) Appearing at that individual's workplace or residence.