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Campus Safety and Safety Nets: A University's Evolution to Support and Protect Students

Health, Safety, and Well-being Campus Safety and Violence Prevention
Justin Kelley

In response to tragic acts of campus violence in the mid-2000s, colleges and universities around the country established behavioral intervention and threat assessment groups designed to manage and address students of concern who pose a risk to the campus community. The development and functions of these teams can vary drastically amongst institutions of higher learning. These differences are a unique and direct reflection of diverse student populations throughout the nation as well as the unique professional experience within the membership of each university behavioral intervention team. This session features a panel discussion of the progression of Rutgers University’s behavioral intervention team from its earliest stages to the present, and also incorporates the challenges particular to current generations of students, and how these factors have shaped the support work at Rutgers.

Cost
99
Course Length
60
Course Type
On Demand

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