Happy ‪#‎BystanderTipTuesday‬!

Tip of the day: One way a bystander can intervene is by delegating. Delegating involves indirectly doing something to help another when there are safety concerns or barriers to helping in another way.

For example, Sam sees someone slip something into their friend’s drink at a local bar. Sam chooses to delegate or get help by telling the bartender about the situation.