WRITING REPORTS: MANAGING RISK RELATED TO VIOLENCE RISK ASSESSMENTS
The report creation is just as important as the violence risk assessment. Knowing what information is most useful to include in a report, and being able to create consistency across reports, helps campus Behavioral Intervention Teams better develop appropriate interventions. This NaBITA video training tool can help.
MANAGING RISK FOLLOWING THREAT ASSESSMENT
Managing Risk Following the Threat Assessment is a 40-minute video training offered by NaBITA with Dr. Van Brunt describing how to best intervene in three violence risk case studies presenting with low, moderate, and elevated levels of threat. Cases involve social media threats, veteran and mental health elements, as well as academic disruptions.
CONDUCT TRAINING VIDEOS
VIOLENCE RISK ASSESSMENT TABLETOP SCENARIOS
The NCHERM Group’s Online Trainings now offers easy-to-use video training tools to help Behavioral Intervention Team members and staff involved in conducting violence risk assessments hone their skills. Each video set presents an individual who has been referred to the BIT engaged in a conversation with the BIT chair and a violence risk assessment with a campus mental health assessor.
A WINDOW INTO BIT
The NCHERM Group’s Online Trainings now offers a series of easy-to-use video training tools to help Behavioral Intervention Team members and conduct officials hone their skills. Each video offers a brief vignette lasting just a few minutes, in which a student and administrator talk about an incident. Supplemental materials include a transcript of the video, a leaders’ guide, and set of questions and answers for use in training and discussion applications, plus a set of key takeaways from each case.
A THREAT ASSESSMENT WITH A NON-TRADITIONAL STUDENT
Non-traditional students may, in may ways, be better, more motivated college students. However, they can sometimes come with unique challenges, such as post-traumatic stress disorder related to military service, domestic violence, and other issues. Understanding how to conduct a threat assessment with this student group is essential for determining appropriate interventions.
A Window Into BIT is a video-based training tool to enhance campus BIT and student of concern team professional development. Watch national behavioral intervention team experts and campus practitioners model a BIT meeting as they role-play key team roles. The one-hour video comes with a detailed transcript, sample documentation from the meeting, and discussion questions for your team to use as a training tool to better understand how to develop and improve BIT meetings.