4 Simple Strategies for Bystander Intervention

Every year thousands of people are sexually assaulted. You can make a difference! Safer communities start with you!

  1. Direct: Speak up and address inappropriate comments and behaviors head on.
  2. Distract: Get creative and do something to disrupt the situation.
  3. Delegate: Alert other people and ask for their assistance. The more people who are aware and able to help the better.
  4. Delay: Take a moment to figure out your best course of action. If you freeze in the moment, you can follow up later.