There are 3 ways to submit a report:

  1. Call (505) 566-3020
  2. Email bit@sanjuancollege.edu
  3. Click on the blue diamond to the right
Submit BIT Report
Submit BIT Report

IF THIS IS AN EMERGENCY, CALL 911 IMMEDIATELY!

This form is for non-emergency situations and for documentation after 911 has been called.

This Behavioral Intervention Report Form is to be used by individuals who have an active San Juan College User Name and Password. If you do not have an active San Juan College User Name and Password, please complete a Behavioral Intervention Report by phone or email. Please make a report if you encounter a person of concern whose behavior interferes with academic instruction and/or is perceived as a safety concern to students, staff, or property.

Warning Signs,  Protocol and Guidelines

For those dealing with students who appear distressed, several protocols or guidelines have been developed.

Download Guidelines and Protocols

 

Please view the videos below to learn more about warning signs.

Depression

 

Suicidal Ideation

Stalking

 

Disturbing Behavior

What is the Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT)?

The San Juan College Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) has been created to provide caring, preventive, early intervention with individuals whose behaviors is disruptive or concerning. The Behavioral Intervention Team is an interdisciplinary committee of College officials who meet biweekly and as needed.

Educate the campus community about behaviors of concern and reporting procedures.A few of the core purposes of the BIT include these:

  • Provide consultation and support to students, faculty, staff, and administration in assisting individuals who display concerning or disruptive behaviors.
  • Serve as the central point of contact for reporting behavior that deviates from an established baseline
  • Triage reports – identifying patterns of aberrant behaviors that might suggest the need for an intervention.
  • Assess level of threat and level of risk.
  • Follow a formalized protocol of instructions for communication, coordination, and intervention.
  • Assess long-term success of interventions.

BIT Members

  • Stacey Allen, Interim Assistant Director, Human Resources; Title IX Coordinator
  • Kelly Anderson, Director of Public Safety
  • David Eppich, Vice President of Student Services
  • Christy Ferrato, Director of Advising and Counseling
  • Taylor Haskell, Counselor
  • Sara Holiday, Victim Advocate, FPD
  • Laura Pate, Coordinator of Disabilities Services
  • Jenniffer Valora, Director of Retention
  • Darren Wayman, Assistant Director Department of Public Safety
  • Deadra DeHerrera, SJCHS Counselor
  • Andreas Aikele, School Resource Officer, FPD
  • David Wesch, Adjunct Instructor