For Faculty and Staff:
What to Do When You See a Disruptive or Threatening Situation on Campus
Feb. 1, 2013
As we settle into spring semester, I wanted to remind all faculty and staff about the Behavioral Intervention Team which provides prevention, early intervention, and crisis response services for students thought to be threatening to themselves or others. Members include Paul Dean, executive director of Public Safety and Chief, UNH Police Department; Scott Chesney, director of Residential Life and assistant vice president for Student and Academic Services; David Cross, director of the Counseling Center; Judy Spiller, associate provost for Academic Achievement and Support; Kathleen Grace-Bishop, director of education and promotion, Health Services; and Anne Lawing, Dean of Students.
The team meets on a regular basis to coordinate various types of responses whenever a member of the community shares information about a student who may be a...