How do I make a report to the BRT? (pdf available)
- The KSU police should be contacted for all emergencies on the KSU campus and for making urgent BRT reports outside of normal business hours (770-423-6666 for emergencies or 770-423-6206 for non-emergencies). The KSU police will debrief the BRT as soon as possible after the resolution of the emergency situation.
- There are several options for reporting incidents to the BRT.
- Reports can be submitted to Dr. Robin Casey, BRT Chair, in regular, non-emergency situations at 770-499-3374 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Incidents may be reported by calling the Student Success Services main office, which houses Counseling & Psychological Services and Behavioral Response Programs, at 770-423-6600.
- Ultimately, incidents may be reported to any office connected with the BRT and those reports will be disseminated to the entire team as soon as feasible and/or assessed at the weekly meeting. The BRT will meet as needed on an emergency basis to address situations requiring an urgent response.
What types of behaviors should be reported?
What will happen to the person who is referred?
What happens after someone is referred?
The response is determined on a case by case basis and in consultation with the members of the BRT. The information you provide will be used to determine the level of risk or concern. The BRT operates within a community centered philosophy of proactive intervention aimed at achieving the optimal balance between support and safety. Remember, the most important part of the prevention process is reporting.