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Scenario 4: SUSPICION

Introduction : Do nothing

You chose: Do nothing, because you really don’t have evidence to support a formal accusation.

Thefts continue.   People in your office or living group start locking their doors all the time and looking at each other suspiciously.   People complain about how little is being done.
(End of Scenario)

You have reached the end of this path in the scenario.  If you are happy with the outcome here, congratulations on finding a strategy that worked.

If you are not satisfied with this outcome, you might want to look at other possible paths in this scenario. You can start over, or use the Back button to try out different options. You may also want to see Responding to Situations for strategies relevant to similar situations, or see our complete list of Active Bystander Strategies.

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