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Report a Concern

Report concerns or threats that are troubling but do not require an immediate response.

Report Concerns Here (requires MyCCC login)

The CCC Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) will address non-emergency student behaviors that are disruptive or outside the norm for a particular student. The goal is to be preventive in nature and promote the safety and well-being of our entire campus.

What to report using this form

  • Evidence of suicidal thoughts expressed through writings, papers, or conversation
  • Angry outbursts or intense and abnormal reactions to events
  • Preoccupation with violent themes, death, or destruction
  • Stalking behaviors
  • Evidence of hopelessness or despair
  • Threats or inappropriate emails, blogs, or social media postings
  • References to harming others or planning a violent event

For Immediate Danger, Call 911

You can also call the CCC Public Safety Office at 962-9000, or use the emergency red phones when available. Acts or immediate threats of violence must be reported immediately. Examples of imminent threats or danger include:

  • Display or brandishing of guns, firearms or other weapons
  • Suicide threats and/or recent attempts at suicide
  • Physical threats or aggression toward another person or object
  • Severe rage and/or verbal threats to kill or harm someone
  • Possession of drugs or alcohol or under the influence of drugs and alcohol
  • Reckless endangerment with self or a motor vehicle


BIT is empowered to take necessary action that is consistent with College policy and applicable law. The main goal of BIT is to intervene early to provide support and/or referral as needed. Outcomes may include the following:

  • Interventions and referrals to other staff, departments, and resources within the College
  • Referral to the disciplinary process as appropriate
  • Referral to outside law enforcement agencies or officials
  • Referral to community mental health agencies
  • Voluntary or mandated mental health assessment
  • Voluntary or mandated withdrawal or separation from the College
  • Continuing monitoring, referral and follow-up as needed