Contact the Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) if you're concerned about the well-being or safety of a MCC student, employee or any other person affecting the MCC community (including parents and persons not affiliated with the campus) and are unsure about how to intervene or assess the situation.
Possible reasons include: concerning, threatening or disruptive behaviors.
Contact us by filling out this form » with the following information:
- Name/any known information about the person you are referring
- Summary of the observed behavior or concern, including when and where it occurred
- Your contact information
Form submissions are checked Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., when the college is open. For emergency, contact Campus Police at 8733 or 911 after hours.
A team member will contact you as soon as possible and gather additional information about your concern. Please be aware that your communication may be subject to review through FERPA or other laws governing communications.
If your concern pertains more to disrespectful or disruptive student behavior, please contact: Lisa Brncich (Student Conduct).
- Responding quickly to behavior indicating a potential threat, risk to self or others;
- Responding to possible circumstances of violence or threatening behavior;
- Conducting threat assessments to determine if a realistic threat is present and act accordingly;
- Coordinating and assessing information from faculty, administrators, students and local authorities;
- Identifying resources for student/employees and making referrals to appropriate campus and off-campus agencies, including helping with the securing of therapeutic actions such as treatment or counseling;
- Educating and empowering the campus community to recognize, report, and effectively address aberrant, dangerous, threatening and concerning behaviors.
The Behavioral Intervention team consists of:
- Associate Vice President of Human Resources
- Associate Vice President of Public Safety/Chief of Police
- Director of Crisis Intervention and Prevention Services
- Director of Health and Wellness
- Manager of Access and Disability
- Manager of Student Conduct
Illinois mandates all higher education institutions to develop and implement a Campus Threat Assessment Team. Illinois Emergency Management Association, 29 Illinois Administrative Code 305, states “Pursuant to the Campus Security Enhancement Act of 2008, each higher education institution is required to develop a National Incident Management System-compliant all hazards emergency response plan and an inter-disciplinary and multi-jurisdictional campus violence prevention plan. This Part provides guidelines for the creation, review, training and exercise of each higher education institution's Campus All-Hazards Emergency Response and Violence Prevention Plan.”