The behavior of the dangerous student threatens the health and well-being of those around him/her. Examples include:
Conduct dangerous to others. Any conduct which constitutes a serious danger to any person’s health, safety or personal well-being, including any physical abuse or immediate threat of abuse (e.g., fighting, threats of violence, use of weapons, etc).
Disorderly conduct. Any individual or group behavior which is abusive, obscene, lewd, indecent, violent, excessively noisy, disorderly, or which unreasonably disturbs other groups or individuals (e.g., violent protests).
- Verbal or written expressed suicidal thoughts, threats, or the making of suicidal gestures
- Self-mutilating behaviors, including cutting or burning of the self
- Threats to others
- Carrying or brandishing a weapon
- Intimidating behaviors, including inappropriate touching, verbal or written threats, standing too close to others, harassment or stalking