The Behavioral Intervention Team at South Texas College is a highly trained panel of professionals advancing campus safety and collegiality for the South Texas College Community.
The Behavioral Intervention Team at South Texas College is a district wide threat assessment and behavioral intervention team that monitors threats to the campus community and intervenes in the concerning behaviors of all individuals who work at, attend, or who have business with South Texas College. The Teams serves the district-wide community by providing threat assessment, case management, intervention strategies, educational opportunities, and training for all students, faculty and staff.
Behavioral Intervention Team Values
- Student Success
South Texas College endeavors to provide and maintain a safe and healthy environment for students, employees and visitors. When an individual exhibits behavior that is overly aggressive or threatening to others, it is disruptive to the mission of the College and may be indicative of future and potentially escalated threats to the College community. To identify and monitor behaviors of concern the College has instituted the Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT).
If you would like to make a report to the Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) you should:
- Log into your JagNet account
- Click on the Student, Faculty or Staff tab at the top of the page.
- Look for and click on the Eye-Witness-Report Icon.
- Complete the Eye-Witness-Report Form
In an emergency your first call should be to 911 or the STC Security Department at 872-4444
As a member of the College community, you are responsible for reporting behavior that is unusual or threatening – even if you do not perceive the risk as immediately dangerous. To report concerns that may not pose immediate threats, use the link above or contact one of the departments below: