The Behavioral Intervention Team is a multi-disciplinary group whose purpose is to support students, faculty and staff via an
established protocol. The team tracks student behavioral concerns over time, detecting patterns, trends and disturbances in
individual or group behavior. The team receives reports of disruptive, problematic or concerning behavior or misconduct; conducts
an investigation of each report; performs a threat assessment; and then determines the best mechanisms for support, intervention,
warning/notification, and response. The team then activates campus and/or community resources and coordinates follow-up.
BIT is not a substitute for classroom management.
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Team Members will include at a minimum the following employees:
- A student services administrator
- A Counseling department representative
- A Disability Support Services representative
- An instructional representative
- A Campus Security representative
Representatives from the following agencies may also participate as resources to, or ad hoc members of, the SFCC BIT team:
- Assigned Assistant Attorney General
- Union representative
- City police and/or Community Mental Health representative
- Registration and/or Financial Aid department representative
- Veterans Affairs/Services representative
Members will serve for a period defined by that unit’s appointing authority and a process for replacement of a team vacancy will be developed.