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CCC SITS with voiceover

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by Mike Russell on 23 October 2013

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Provides safety/security and law enforcement lens

Brings security and incident reports to the table

Intervenes with person of concern to establish
behavioral limits and expectations.

Liaisons with local police

Enhances security measures, limits building
access, and provides safety escorts
Purpose
Human
Resources
Provides HR lens

Seeks SIT consultation regarding employee behavioral
concerns when safety is at risk.

Advises team of HR policies

Informs team of EEOC guidelines

Offers support to employees of concern
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Office of
Instruction
Provides instructional perspective

Advises regarding instructional policies

Supports faculty impacted by concerning behavior

Offers consultation for classroom behavioral
management

Supports student of concern's academic and personal development.
Disability
Access Center
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Provides disability services perspective

Advises on American with Disabilities Act (ADA) and state laws regarding disabled persons.

Offers evaluations, support, and advocacy for students
of concern when needed.
Faculty


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Provides faculty perspective

Advises team regarding student of concern's
educational development

Supports faculty impacted by potential risk

Offers consultation for classroom behavioral management

Liaisons with faculty to inform of SIT
Functions
SIT Membership
Student
Services
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Provides a developmental perspective and advises on
policies, especially regarding student conduct

Brings student of concern cases to the table

Intervenes with person of concern to establish
behavioral limits and expectations.

Offers support services to the student of concern
Wellness
Center
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Provides mental health lens

Employs psychological assessment to determine risk to self or other

Supports person of concern and persons affecting by acting out behaviors via counseling, case management, and community referrals
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President
and
Vice-President
Provides executive leadership perspective

Authorizes the existence and ongoing operation of SIT
General
Counsel
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Some colleges include other types of representation on their SIT, such as the Veterans' Support Specialist, a staff from a satellite campus, or an athletics coach.
Other
Representation
Security
Legal counsel is sought for certain cases

Supportive
Intervention
Team


SIT conducts behavioral threat assessments for persons who might pose a safety risk to themselves or others. SIT is a collaboration among key College departments and engages the College's resources to:

Investigate
concerning behavior
Assess
the level of threat
Intervene
to reduce threat to safety
Support
the person of concern and others affected by the concerning behavior
Monitor
the situation and provide adequate follow-up
Best-Practices Model
The CCC SITs are founded upon national best-practices models and include recommendations by the Illinois (IBHE) Board of Higher Education and the National Behavioral Intervention Teams Association (NaBITA).

Fundamental to SIT's mission is the marshalling of the college's resources to provide support to the person of concern as a means for reducing the threat of harm to self or other.
Best-practices guidelines support a team composition drawing upon key departments and staff and their multi-disciplinary, professional perspectives. Members bring their special areas of knowledge to the table to
investigate, assess, intervene, support, and monitor.
(SIT)
Welcome to this presentation on the Supportive Intervention Teams (SITs) at the City Colleges of Chicago. During the past year, the 7 Colleges have all established SITs. Let's all help our college communities become more aware and knowledgeable about the SITs. We all play an important role in supporting our teams and spreading the word! Please share this presentation with staff and faculty. Let's get started!
Welcome!
Be sure to turn up the volume on your computer so that you can hear the voiceover.
In an emergency,
contact Security or call 911.
Take-Aways
SIT's purpose
SIT's membership
Steps in SIT's behavioral threat assessment process
4 Ds -- the four levels of concerning behavior and what to do about them
How to submit an Online Person of Concern Report Form
Where to go to get more information about SIT
D
istressed
D
isruptive
D
isturbed
D
angerous
The
4 Ds
represent escalating levels
of concerning behavior
Supportive Intervention Teams (SITs)
City Colleges of Chicago


Determines SIT protocols
Develops and implements behavior threat assessment training.
Serves as a consulting team to college SITs
Supports knowledge exchange among the colleges' SITs
For more information about SIT, contact any member of your college's team or Michael Russell, Chair, District SIT: mrussell23@ccc.edu

Narrators:

Michael Russell
District Director, Wellness Centers

Jessica Towsky
Asst. Manager, Wellness Center
Harold Washington College
District SIT
More Info
Submitting Online Person of Concern Report
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