The Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) serves as the centralized campus team for discussion and coordinated action regarding reports of disruptive, problematic or concerning behavior or misconduct from co-workers, students, community members, friends, colleagues, etc.
Upon receipt, the Team reviews the report, assesses the threat and determines the best referrals for support, intervention, warning/notification and response.
Core members of the team include representatives from Title IX/DHR, Student Affairs, University Police, University Personnel, Health and Wellness, and Student Conduct.
When should I report concerning behavior?
Below are just some of the behaviors and warning signs to look out for and report. Please use this list as a guide.
- A sudden change in behavior
- Extremely disruptive or bizarre behavior
- Thoughts of Suicide or Self-Harm
- Any threats or acts of violence
- Hate Crime & Hate Incidents
- Sexual assault
- A loss of contact with reality
- Disturbing social media postings, e-mails (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter)
- Extreme Distress
- Alcohol/Drug Abuse
- Family/Domestic Problems
- Whenever you wonder, "Should I...?"