Behavior Intervention Team

What is the Behavior Intervention Team (BIT) Program and Concerning Behaviors?

BIT Program

The Behavior Intervention Team is dedicated to a proactive, coordinated and planned approach to the identification, prevention, assessment, management, and reduction of interpersonal and behavior threats to the safety and well-being of Southern Crescent Technical College students, faculty, staff, and visitors.

It is the responsibility of faculty, staff, and students to immediately report any situation that could possibly result in harm to anyone in the college community.

Concerning Behaviors

Violent fantasies, anger problems, fascination with weapons and accoutrements, homicidal ideation, stalking, non-compliance or disciplinary matters, academic misconduct and dishonesty, interest in previous shooting situations, victim/martyr self-concept, strangeness and aberrant behavior, paranoia, violence and cruelty, acting out, recent police contact, mental health history related to dangerousness, unusual interest in police, military, terrorist activities and materials, stalking, speaking or writing that seems bizarre, suicidal ideation, or use of drugs and/or alcohol

How to Report an Incident to the BIT Program?

BIT Referrals

Individuals can submit referrals in the following ways:

  1. Submit an online report: Concerning Behavior Form
  2. Contact a BIT Team Member (Names and contacts listed below)
  3. Contact Campus Police (Listed at the top/side of this page or at http://www.sctech.edu/police )
  4. Anonymous referrals can be submitted by phone, email, or by submission of a Concerning Behavior Form

Who are the BIT Team Members?

2017/2018 Behavior Intervention Team Members

Other College Support Services Resources  and Contact Information

Special Services provides assurances that individuals who are members of Special Populations will be provided with equal access to recruitment, enrollment, career services activities and the full range of technical education programs and activities. Special Populations students are individuals from economically disadvantaged families, including foster children (Receiving PELL, WIA, TANF, VOC REHAB, ETC.), single parents, single pregnant women, displaced homemakers, and individuals with a disability.  This Special Services Team provide services for all students in the SCTC service delivery area of Butts County, Fayette County, Henry County, Lamar County, Pike County, Spalding County, and Upson County.

Mary Jackson, mary.jackson@sctech.edu
Special Services Coordinator
Special Populations and Disabilities
Title IX/Equity and ADA/504 Coordinator
Serving Students on Flint River Campus

Toni Doaty, toni.doaty@sctech.edu
Assistant Director of Student Support Services
Special Populations
Title IX/Equity Coordinator
Serving Students on Griffin Campus, Butts County, Henry County, and Jasper County Centers

Teresa Brooks, teresa.brooks@sctech.edu
Special Services Coordinator/Sign Language Interpreter
Disabilities
ADA/504 Coordinator
Serving Students on Griffin Campus, Butts County, Henry County, and Jasper County Centers