Your concerns are important to us!

PPCC’s Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) is one way PPCC demonstrates its care and commitment to student success. We thank you for being the invisible members of our team!

PPCC’s BIT works to identify and intervene when student behaviors signal that deeper concerns may be present. Our goal is to become involved early in student issues – before incidents become crises. We depend upon you to help us promote a safe and productive PPCC community. PPCC’s BIT is committed to addressing your concerns quickly and effectively.

Report a concern to BIT

If someone is an immediate threat to themselves or someone else, CALL 9-1-1 IMMEDIATELY.

You should report if someone you know is …

  • experiencing significant changes in mood or typical behavior.
  • being bullied.
  • in distress.
  • writing or making disturbing comments.
  • abusing drugs or alcohol.

These and other behaviors may be a signal that a someone is in need of support. PPCC is its strongest when each of us takes the time to actively care about each other. If you think a student may need support, submit a report! You may report anonymously, and please know that PPCC's BIT takes all reports seriously. The earlier we know something is going on, the sooner we can help.

When you report, we will need 4 pieces of information:

  1. Who was involved?
  2. What happened?
  3. When did the event occur?
  4. Where did the incident happen?

If someone is an immediate threat to themselves or someone else, CALL 9-1-1 IMMEDIATELY.

What Happens When I Report?

  • The PPCC Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) receives your report immediately after you click submit.
  • We review your report and will contact you (if you’ve provided contact information) if we need more information.
  • PPCC's BIT assesses the case and creates an appropriate intervention for the student.
  • Within privacy-law boundaries, we may provide you an update.

What PPCC's Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) Does in 3 Simple Steps

  1. Gather data – report intake and initial follow-up with reporters.
  2. Data analysis – use of objective rubric to assess data (NaBITA Threat Assessment Tool).
  3. Intervene – engage the PPCC resources best equipped to support the student.

Report a Concern