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Campus Threat Assessment: An In-Depth Expert Q&A

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During this special 90-minute Q&A session, registered participants had the opportunity to submit questions and hear answers on campus threat assessment issues. Experts Marisa Randazzo, Ph.D., CEO and co-founder of SIGMA Threat Management Associates, LLC and Jeffrey J. Nolan, J.D., attorney with Dinse P.C., provided responses. The questions fell into the following basic categories: assessment tools and practice, buy-in, information sharing (e.g., FERPA, HIPPA), outreach, and behavioral intervention and threat assessment teams.

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Campus Threat Assessment: An In-Depth Expert Q&A

  1. 1. Campus Public Safety Online
  2. 2. Jeffrey  Nolan   A-orney   Dinse  P.C.   Marisa  Randazzo   CEO  and  Co-­‐Founder   SIGMA  Threat  Management  Associates,  LLC   Campus  Threat  Assessment:   An  In-­‐Depth  Expert  Q&A         2  
  3. 3. Campus Threat Assessment Overview •  Threat assessment is an objective, fact-finding process. Recommended as a standard of care for preventing campus violence. •  Purpose is to gather and analyze information, assess whether someone poses a threat, and then implement risk-reduction strategies if needed. •  Campus threat assessment programs include: •  Multi-disciplinary team •  Threat assessment training •  Procedures to follow •  Reporting mechanisms •  Efforts to encourage reporting 3  
  4. 4. Assessment Tools & Practice - 1 •  What, if any, is the best assessment for determining pathway to violence? •  Is there one assessment over another that is good for both students and staff of concern? •  Would you ever recommend using more than one assessment to make a decision regarding a person of concern? 4  
  5. 5. Assessment Tools & Practice - 2 •  Are there any published guidelines for conducting a threat assessment interview with a person of concern?   5  
  6. 6. Assessment Tools & Practice - 3 •  What makes or constitutes an “expert” in the field of threat assessment? •  What kinds of training, education and/or experience would be important – whether for hiring a case consultant or a training instructor? 6  
  7. 7. Assessment Tools & Practice - 4 •  During a bona fide threat assessment process of an employee, is there any line or type of questioning that is legally prohibited? 7  
  8. 8. Buy-In - 1 •  What strategies would be best for helping convince an otherwise reluctant campus administrator or stakeholder as to the benefits of a trained and certified threat assessment team? 8  
  9. 9. Buy-In - 2 •  How to change a culture where threat assessment is new and violence prevention is downplayed 9  
  10. 10. Buy-In - 3 •  How does Georgetown value and utilize Marisa in her role as Director of Threat Assessment? 10  
  11. 11. Info Sharing, e.g., FERPA, HIPAA - 1 •  Related to digital documentation: •  How can you collect, track, and analyze student level data related to mental health, threat assessment, behaviors, that is protected under FERPA and HIPAA and not subject to Open Records Requests? 11  
  12. 12. Info Sharing, e.g., FERPA, HIPAA - 2 •  Is there any guidance, legal or otherwise, to help determine when it would be reasonable or unreasonable to share information among and between various groups? (To include secondary education to higher education, to non-TAT members, general law enforcement, from counseling services or those who have a component of confidentiality) 12  
  13. 13. Info Sharing, e.g., FERPA, HIPAA - 3 •  Can a secondary school communicate to a campus about an individual’s previous threat behavior? What and how? 13  
  14. 14. Outreach •  What is the best way to advertise a college’s threat assessment team to faculty and staff, so that they don't receive attendance issues or matters that do not reach the threshold? •  How frequently to report TAT’s activities? To what campus groups? Off-campus outreach? 14  
  15. 15. The Team(s) - 1 •  Is it beneficial and/or best practice for campuses to have separate Behavioral Intervention Teams and Threat Assessment Teams? If so, how do they coordinate info sharing? If not, why? •  Should there be a different team that assesses threats from a Title IX perspective than other conduct perspectives?  What if the person in charge of sanctioning is the lead on the traditional threat assessment team? 15  
  16. 16. The Team(s) - 2 •  What campus departments/entities do you recommend as regular sitting members of a campus threat assessment team? •  What are your thoughts on a threat assessment team being co-chaired by a Student Affairs representative and a Human Resources representative? •  Do you feel the best location for a threat assessment chair/ director be part of the police department? If so why? If not why? 16  
  17. 17. The Team(s) - 3 •  Do you see value in outside organizations performing Threat Assessments as opposed to the in house experts? •  What are best practices for smaller, under-resourced schools, that perhaps could be working with very limited security staff and no mental health staff. Should they try to include law enforcement and the local mental health agency, and if so what does that relationship look like? 17  
  18. 18. Campus  Threat  Assessment:   An  In-­‐Depth  Expert  Q&A         Jeffrey  Nolan   A-orney   Dinse  P.C.   Marisa  Randazzo   CEO  and  Co-­‐Founder   SIGMA  Threat  Management  Associates,  LLC   mrandazzo@sigmatma.com   jnolan@dinse.com   18  
  19. 19. www.bja.gov www.margolishealy.com www.nccpsafety.org info@nccpsafety.org 1.866.817.5817

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