Don't wait to communicate.
If something seems off, we are here to listen and respond. CHAT is about safety and proactively connecting the dots to refer people to the right resources. We all struggle. We all need a little support sometimes. We can protect our community when we CHAT.
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What is CHAT?
Campus Help Awareness Team
- Meet biweekly to discuss, develop, and improve intervention strategies for community members who have displayed concerning behaviors.
- Use multiple behavioral assessment methods and departmental resources to determine level of risk and/or threat to the community.
- Actively promote and educate the campus community about behaviors of concern to report and accompanying reporting procedures.
Learn more in this video . . .
What should I report?
- Eating Disorders
- Serious Loss and Grief
- Extremely Odd/Strange Behavior
- Alcohol or Drug Abuse
- Depression and Anxiety
- Talking to Self
- Constant Frustration
- Anger and Rage
- Direct Threats to Harm Others
- Vague or Unclear Threats
- Yelling or Disrespectful Actions
- Sexual Aggression or Harassment
- Stalking, Hardened Point of View
- Social Isolation
- Teasing or Bullying
- Impulsive or Rash Behaviors
- Excited or Irrational Speech
- Hysterical or Emotional Outbursts
- Delusional or Paranoid Speech
Where do I report?
Report of violent behavior, a crime or an immediate safety concern
Call the OCCC CPD at 405-682-7872 or visit the Campus Police Department. Safety is the primary focus of the Campus Police Department