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©2010 Information Age Publishing 1 The Violence Volcano Chapter 1 How Workplace Violence Has Grown
©2010 Information Age Publishing 2 How Workplace Violence Has Grown Violence is not new but usually has been labeled as criminal act. Last quarter of the 20 th century saw a rise in incidents at workplaces. Initially most of those were kidnapped managers.
©2010 Information Age Publishing 3 Violence in Organizations 1997-2007 saw 7,000 occupational homicides nationwide. Most were robberies, but ~1,000 involved work associates.
©2010 Information Age Publishing 4 Violence in Organizations 1983 – going postal August 19 Perry Smith killed the postmaster and wounded two others at his former workplace. December 2 James Howard Brooks, another postal employee, killed the postmaster and wounded another supervisor.
©2010 Information Age Publishing 5 Violence in Organizations 1990s Pace of events accelerated. Workplace Violence becomes a household term. 2000 and beyond Workplace violence and terrorism increasingly occur together. September 11, 2001.
©2010 Information Age Publishing 6 Violence in Education 1927 -- Andrew Kehoe, a disgruntled school board member, shot and killed seven adults and 38 children in the Bath Township (MI). And the incidents continue…
©2010 Information Age Publishing 7 Violence in Education Table 1.1 School-Associated Violent Death Summary Data School Year Total Deaths 2008–2009 a 12 2007–2008 16 2006–2007 32 2005–2006 27 2004–2005 39 2003–2004 49 2002–2003 16 2001–2002 17 2000–2001 31 1999–2000 33 Total: 272 a (8/1/08 to 7/31/2009) Source: Trump, K.S. (2009). School Associated Violent Deaths and School Shootings. Cleveland, OH: National School Safety and Security Services (www.schoolsecurity.org)
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