Employee Relations

Violence Prevention

George Mason University strives to provide faculty, staff, students, and visitors a safe place in which to work, study, and live. As such, George Mason supports a zero-tolerance approach to workplace violence. While violence in the workplace is rare, it can take many forms; some are obvious, while others are subtler. All faculty and staff are expected to report suspicious or threatening behavior in accordance with University Policy Number 2208: Violence Prevention.

Reporting Procedures

All faculty and staff are expected to report suspicious or threatening behavior in accordance with University Policy Number 2208: Violence Prevention.

Reporting procedures can be found at Mason's Violence Awareness and Prevention website.

Workplace Violence Prevention Video

You can view this brief video available on MasonLEAPS to learn more about how workplace violence has severe physical and psychological effects on victims and witnesses alike. You can also learn how to identify warning signs as a way to prevent horrible events from occurring.

Mason Policies

Virginia DHRM Policies