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13 Cards in this Set

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Step 1
Access the situation, recognize if there is a problem
Step 2
Seek to define the problem using codes and principles
Step 3
Understand your emotional reaction to the problem
Step 4
Seek Consulation
Step 5
Determine who should be considered in making your decision
Step 6
Determine if there is a precedent in past cases
Step 7
Consider your option
Step 8
Consider the consequences of each option
Step 9
Make the decision and be willing to take responsibility
duty to warn
Bradley Case
you can be held egligible if you release a dangerous person from an institution
Jablonski Case
duty to committ dangerous individuals
Hedlund Case
extension of duty to warn, warn not only people threatened but also those around them