While interacting with students across the university, university employees may be confronted with situations in which a student is disruptive or displays behavior that may be intimidating or threatening to others. By providing information and assistance, this Behavioral Intervention Plan is designed to assist faculty, staff, and administration in responding to this behavior.
The Behavioral Intervention Plan was developed around implementation of a Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT). The overall goal of the BIT is to promote a safe environment, for all students and staff, focused on learning and student development. The BIT, in its procedures and actions, also seeks to protect the rights of the individuals who may go through the process.
Overall, the Behavioral Intervention Plan seeks to formalize the university’s processes for greater communication, collaboration, and coordination of concerns regarding student behavior. The Behavioral Intervention Plan does not represent set university policy but it does provide valuable guidelines for processes and practices.
Please click on the following link to access the Behavioral Intervention Plan Behavioral Intervention Plan
Please click on the following link to access the Behavioral Intervention Report www.ucapd.net/bir