Enforcer

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enforcer (n., adj.)
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An enforcer is a sub-type of persecutor who enforces the “lessons” learned through abuse against members of their own system. They may punish members of the system or the body with physical or emotional pain for disobeying the desires of abusers. This type of role does not often happen spontaneously; it’s nearly always forcefully created by abusers who tell them that if they don’t do this job, the system will be hurt worse.

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Disciplinarians are similar to enforcers, but less frequently coerced into the role through abusers directly, and imprisoners may be a type of enforcer in some systems.

Programming is associated with this role.