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 Threat Assessment & Reporting

     To minimize harm to students, faculty and staff, the University has a Threat Assessment & Behavioral Intervention Team with Guidelines for Reporting.

     The Team is comprised of University employees who, through their positions, maintain close contact with students, faculty and staff and, have training in assessment of potentially dangerous situations.

     All members of the NSU community are encouraged to participate in Threat Assessment by, reporting events and individuals they believe might pose risk for violence or harm to the Dean of Students Office or University Police.

     Form and guidelines for reporting may be found at Threat Assessment Reporting or at the Student Affairs website https://studentaffairs.nsula.edu.