Safety is a community responsibility. The Director of Threat Assessment provides training on various threat assessment and management topics including warning behaviors, early intervention, and University Policy HRM-028. From 2019 to 2021, thirty-two trainings were facilitated for 478 attendees. Training requests can be made to the Director of Threat Assessment.
The TAT promotes and endorses University violence prevention efforts through its multidisciplinary partnership. Students, faculty, and employees are encouraged to participate in trainings through CAPS, Student Affairs, EOCR, FEAP, Human Resources, University Police, and Emergency Management.