A past history of suicidal/homicidal ideation, interpersonal difficulties, occupational complications, past non-violent interactions, and past resistance to follow direction are also elements for consideration.
Difficulties in relationships may erode away hope, purpose, and contribute to reactivity. Also, this may highlight past cyclical patterns of interpersonal behavior which may be of importance for conceptualization.
Physical harm to victims, use of weapons, minimization, and a mindset which may justify behaviors will typically prove to be useful for consideration. Lastly, it is always important to think about the concentration of even small transgressions. Very often internal and external customers describe surprise, but upon review small infringements which are increasing in frequency usually bely a looming difficulty.