CARE

How does CARE work?
In life threatening emergencies, call 9-1-1.  On how to handle behaviors or situations of concern, click here for guidance Report Concerns: What To Do and When.

Promoting a safe campus involves us all. Be vigilant and report distressing behavior immediately:

  1. If you observe specific student behavior that can be perceived as possibly threatening to self or others, you should fill out a Student Conduct/CARE Incident Reporting Form
  2. Reports filed through this form are received through the system and reviewed by NSC CARE Team at their next weekly meeting scheduled every Tuesday. Reports are routed to appropriate staff and offices when applicable.
  3. Confidentiality of reports and processes is maintained as needed.

What and When to Report
In life threatening emergencies, call 9-1-1.  On how to handle behaviors or situations of concern, click here for guidance Report Concerns: What To Do and When.

Submit a Student Conduct/CARE Incident Reporting Form  to report any behavior that causes you concern or may make others feel unsafe.  We encourage you to reach out to a CARE Team member https://northseattle.edu/care-team/goals-and-members, if you are unsure whether to report the behavior of concern or just want to inform so we can monitor patterns of behavior.

If you report a behavior/situation of concern, please be prepared to share:

  • Your contact information
  • Name/any known information about the student you are referring
  • Summary of the observed behavior/situation or concern, including when and where it occurred.
  • Any attempts to intervene, manage, or address the behavior
  • Other information you believe may be important

What Happens After I Make A Report?

After reviewing a Student Conduct/CARE Incident Reporting Form at their next weekly meeting scheduled every Tuesday, reports are routed to appropriate staff and offices when applicable.  A member of the CARE Team will contact the reporting party in a timely manner to offer support and resources to either the individual who reports the concern, the student of concern, or both.