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Antonyms for dangerousness

the quality of not being safe

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role conflict and perceived dangerousness of the job
In cross-examining the predictability of dangerousness, the author recommends a database of cases to bolster opinions, e.
If the topic at hand involves issues of dangerousness or extreme urgency, such as suicidality, the psychiatrist must deal with those issues immediately.
scanners and news monitors all over the place to track his movements and alert the population to the fugitive's dangerousness.
Ellis's novel will outlive its moment long enough to achieve respectability, but it'll always diagram its own dangerousness in a way that can't help but trigger conflicting passions.
It said: "One option might be some form of indeterminate sentence, where the duration is not primarily determined by the appropriate punishment for the particular offence, but the perceived dangerousness of the offender upon release.
Julio Arboleda-Florez, Professor and Head of the Department of Psychiatry, Queens University, has described dangerousness as "an attribute whereby an individual, because of past behavior, or possession of some specific characteristics, is believed to possess a potentiality for carrying out acts of violence or harm in the future.
In clinical settings, the amount of information available to evaluate dangerousness varies greatly from one patient to another.
2) The SVP law also requires a showing of dangerousness but requires a different threshold finding than "mental illness.
Corrado seems to suppose that a (pre-legal) standard of dangerousness (or obligation not to be dangerous), if it existed, would be "sufficient" to justify punishment.
These short-term predictions of dangerousness are made for defendants awaiting further court appearances.
Then a number of areas where a therapist may be asked to evaluate a person's past, current, or future state of mind for the court are considered: criminal responsibility, legal capacity to stand trial or to make a will, involuntary civil commitment, and dangerousness.
Napolitano said during a dangerousness hearing in the case that she believed Mr.
District Judge Andrew Shaw said no assessment of the boy's dangerousness had been carried out and was concerned of the risk to public safety.
He said the defendant needed to be assessed for dangerousness and whether it was appropriate to pass an indeterminate sentence for public protection.