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Threat Assessment Team. Presented By: John Dailey, Jack Moorman, Jon Barnwell, Frank Brinkley Paul Cousins & Tina Nelson. Legal Disclaimer.

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threat assessment team

Threat Assessment Team

Presented By: John Dailey, Jack Moorman, Jon Barnwell, Frank Brinkley Paul Cousins & Tina Nelson

legal disclaimer
Legal Disclaimer
  • This presentation is based on the process used at North Carolina State University. While similarities exist, every institution has a unique atmosphere along with variances in processes and regulations. These unique qualities and variances may require consideration before a similar program is implemented at other institutions.
overview
Overview
  • Foundation at NC State
  • Current process
  • Team members & roles
  • Training
  • Tracking mechanisms
case management
Case Management
  • Goal:
    • Proactively address concerning behaviors among the University’s student, employee, and non-affiliated populations to ensure the safety of the University
      • Identifying those that pose a risk of harm to themselves or others and developing strategies to address risk
risk assessment case manager
Risk Assessment Case Manager
  • Administers violence prevention and threat assessment programs
  • Triages individuals to appropriate counseling and/or other resources to meet their identified needs
  • Oversee and provide training to the Behavior Assessment Team
behavior assessment team
Behavior Assessment Team
  • Students/non affiliates of concern
    • Risk Assessment Case Manager (Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW))
    • Student Affairs
      • Counseling Center Psychologist
      • Office of Student Conduct
      • Housing
    • University Police
  • As needed:
    • Legal Affairs
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Behavior Assessment Team
  • Employees
    • Risk Assessment Case Manager (LCSW)
    • Employee Relations
    • University Police
  • As needed:
    • Legal Affairs
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Behavior Assessment Team
  • Student team meets formally weekly / Employee team meets as needed
    • Subgroup (8:30 Meeting)
  • Tools utilized:
    • Mosaic from Gavin DeBecker
    • Assessment and Response Grid from James Cawood (Factor One Inc)
      • Categorize behaviors into low to high risk
morning meeting
Morning Meeting
  • New business
    • Discuss any reports from the previous night or weekend
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Morning Meeting
  • Case Management
    • Review “active cases”
    • Upcoming court dates
    • Collateral information
      • Mental health history
      • Disciplinary history
      • Etc.
the day continues
The Day Continues…
  • Interviews
  • Training
  • Research gathering
  • Referrals
  • Safety plans
  • Additional follow up
  • Options – trespass, restraining orders…
threat assessment process
Threat Assessment Process
  • Initial Report
    • Faculty/Staff
    • Residence halls
    • Family/Friends
  • Concerned Behavior Report
threat assessment
Threat Assessment
  • Emergency Assessment
    • Research
      • Social networking sites
      • Admissions
      • Law enforcement records check
      • Disciplinary history
      • Interviews with collaterals
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Threat Assessment
  • Triage/Classification
    • Team reviews research
    • Risk level determined (Low, Moderate, High)
      • Spring 2009 – 90 New Cases
      • Low – 52
      • Moderate – 31
      • High – 7
  • Who takes the lead?
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Threat Assessment
  • Management
    • Monitor
    • Refer
    • Reassess risk level
    • Categorize cases as active or inactive
    • Maintain periodic contact with victim
ongoing monitoring
Ongoing Monitoring
  • How is this accomplished without escalating the situation?
  • Resources?
  • How do we continue monitoring?
  • Non-Affiliates?
training
Training
  • Training available for faculty / staff
    • Classroom Behavior Management
      • Identifying and managing aggressive or disruptive students
      • Identifying signs or symptoms that may be indicative of a mental health concern
      • Identifying written expressions that could be indicative of violent tendencies
      • Knowing who to report concerning behaviors to
additional training
Additional Training
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Workplace Violence
  • Intimate Partner Violence and Response
  • Others as needed
collaboration and networking
Collaboration and Networking
  • How do we follow up with students that have been hospitalized?
    • Working with local outpatient and inpatient facilities
    • Increasing education on University specific issues and resources
    • Incorporating resources and/or follow up in treatment and discharge plans
tracking tools
Tracking Tools
  • Maxient
  • Threat Assessment Database
  • Behavior Assessment Team Report
threat assessment tracking system
Threat Assessment Tracking System

9900 Stirling Road

Cooper City, Florida

reports
Reports
  • By Date
  • By Status (Active/Inactive)
  • By Name
  • By Behavior
  • By Affiliation (Student, Employee, etc.)
  • By Officer
  • By Group (Gangs, etc.)
questions

Questions

tina_nelson@ncsu.edu

jack_moorman@ncsu.edu

paul_cousins@ncsu.edu

john.dailey@duke.edu