CARE
Report Concerns

Creating and sustaining a safe inclusive environment requires everyone’s help and commitment. The information below offers you ways to identify and report a concern or to seek support. For non-emergency situations, consult with your supervisor and submit a Student Conduct Behavioral Intervention Form or contact the Vice President of Student Development Services. For emergency situations, contact emergency support services then submit a Student Conduct Behavioral Intervention Form , describing the situation and the actions you have taken.

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Behavior or Situations &

What It Might Look Like
 

What To Do and When

Emergency

  • Imminent risk of harm to oneself or others
     
  • Acute health condition needing immediate care
     
  • Call 9-1-1.

 Behaviors of Concern

  • Students who concern faculty/staff in a vague or general way
     
  • Papers/projects containing violent or threatening content which is not part of a class assignment
     
  • Changes in demeanor, behavior or appearance
     
  • Substance abuse
  • Non-imminent harm needing immediate response, call NSC Safety and Security at 206-934-3636.

 

  • Student mentions general thoughts of self-harm or suicide without a plan.
  • Call King County Crisis Center’s 24/7 Crisis Line 206-461-3222, TTY 206-461-3219 to consult; inform your supervisor and the Vice President of Student Development Services.

Student Misconduct

  • Disruptive behavior in the classroom/office
     
  • Plagiarism or cheating
  • Bias/hate incidents
  • Student who threaten to harm other students, faculty, and staff
  • Students with weapons on campus
     
  • Students aggressive to other students /faculty/staff

       Child Abuse or Neglect

  • A child or student under age 18 is grabbed and slapped.
     
  • A student tells you about abuse or neglect of anyone under 18.

 

Harassment

  • A student mentions that an instructor asked her out to lunch off campus to discuss course performance.
     
  • A student employee is the subject of offensive jokes or ridicule.