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Behavioral Evaluation team (BET)

WELCOME TO B.E.T.
The Behavioral Evaluation Team (BET) serves to collect information regarding threatening or violent behavior among the campus community. BET assesses the information received and responds to the incident as appropriate.

 

PURPOSE

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To assess behaviors of concern of students, faculty, staff, and college-affiliated individuals to determine the level of threatening or violent behavior; To identify, refer, and/or assist any of these individuals who may be at significant risk to self or others; To educate the campus community in the identification and referral of these individuals for appropriate services.

 

GOALS

Identify. Often, the accumulation of information identifies a person at risk and the level of risk, therefore, the team serves as the conduit for information exchange.

Assess. If additional information is needed to assess the level of risk, the team is an investigative body charged with gathering relevant and confidential information for the purposes of providing for the safety, security, and well-being of the campus community at large. 

Manage. When determination is made that the person in question is at risk or poses a risk to others, the team recommends and/or implements steps for intervention which may be medical, psychological, judicial, or legal. In many cases, the standing policies and procedures of the college and external agencies dictate intervention strategies.

Reduce.  Violence prevention is best accomplished by stopping the process before it gets started. Addressing minor violations of college policy lowers the risk of aggressive responses and increases the possibility of peaceful solutions.

Educate. The campus community needs to be educated to identify and refer students, staff, and faculty at risk. In addition, the team must seek educational and professional development opportunities that focus on maintaining a knowledge base of risk indicators and appropriate laws and policies regarding privacy and confidentiality, proper management of information, educated assessment of risk, and intervention services.

BET Referral Form

For more information about BET, contact:

Jan Kaminski
Vice President of Student Affairs and Enrollment Services
Library Resources Center
Office 205

CCBC
1 Campus Drive
Monaca, PA 15061
P: 724-480-3423
E: jan.kaminski@ccbc.edu