The Office of Legal Affairs offers monthly open training sessions to UNC Charlotte staff and faculty on a variety of legal topics. Please RSVP to Melanie White if you plan to attend (an RSVP is helpful but not required).
Campus Response to Student Behavioral Concerns: Three Levels of Care
When: Thursday, March 21 from 10-11:15 am
Where: Cone 113
Who: Expert panelists include Jeff Baker, Police and Public Safety; Christine Reed Davis, Dean of Students Office; Larry Gourdine, Student Assistance and Support Services; Jesh Humphrey, Institutional Integrity; and David Spano, Counseling and Psychological Services.
UNC Charlotte faculty and staff occasionally confront or learn about student behaviors that are troubling, disruptive, or even threatening. This session will outline the cross-divisional approaches taken by the university to assess and address concerning student behaviors through three levels of interconnected care: the Niner Care Team, the Campus Behavioral Intervention Team, and the Threat Assessment Team. Presenters will discuss how to report concerning behaviors to the university, how those reports are managed, the resources utilized to assess risks and provide student support, as well as the laws, policies, and other considerations that govern how information about student behavior is conveyed to the university community.
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Don't forget to check out additional sessions offered by our office through the Human Resources Professional Development catalog (please register through the Human Resources webpage).