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Primary prevention refers to specific measures which stop or reduce the possibility of violent events from occurring in the first place and which do so across a large portion of the community.

Secondary prevention refers to the early identification and amelioration of situations which could otherwise potentially lead to violence.

Tertiary prevention responses repair or minimize the negative consequences associated with violence that has already occurred.

Source: US Department of Health & Human Services

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