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OCCC Behavioral Assessment Team (OBAT)

We are a campuswide team of appointed professionals responsible for identifying, assessing, and responding to serious concerns and/or disruptive behaviors by students, faculty, and staff members who may threaten the health or safety of the campus community.

Defining OBAT

  • A behavioral assessment team is a group of 8–10 student affairs professionals, faculty members, and administrators who educate the community about what behaviors of concern should be reported to the team.
  • The team meets biweekly to discuss and intervene with at-risk student, faculty, and staff behavior.

What to Report

We want you to share behaviors like:

  • Suicide
  • 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
  • Hopelessness/Desperation
  • Teasing or Bullying
  • Impulsive or Rash Behaviors
  • Excited or Irrational Speech
  • Hysterical or Emotional Outbursts
  • Delusional or Paranoid Speech
We all know to report someone throwing a chair out of the window or threatening to bring a gun into class. These are 8, 9, and 10 behaviors.
We also need the community to report lower risk behaviors. These include classroom disruptions, depression, anxiety, hardened viewpoints, and odd conduct.

When to Report

  • Don’t wait! Report to OBAT by phone, in-person, or through the computer incident report system.
  • Share what you are concerned about. Let OBAT know what you have seen or heard.
  • Take personal responsibility to keep our community safe.

Reporting an Incident or Concern

Oklahoma City Community College separates its reporting structure into the categories listed below. 

Report violent behavior, a crime, or a safety concern

Call the OCCC CPD at 405-682-7872 or visit Room 1K8 of the Main Building, 7777 S. May Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK  73159.  Safety is the primary focus of the Campus Police Department. 

Report Relationship Violence, Interpersonal Violence, or Sexual Misconduct

If you have questions about whether a behavior is considered a violation, please contact the Office of the Title IX Coordinator or visit the 1isTooMany webpage. To report relationship violence, Interpersonal Violence, or Sexual Misconduct, please use the online reporting form.

Report Concerning, Worrisome, or Threatening Behaviors

For information on what is meant by concerning behavior you may find it helpful to review information on  What to Report . Faculty, staff, students, and guests are encouraged to use the online referral form to report behavior that they perceive as concerning, worrisome, or threatening.

Report a possible Student Conduct Code Violation 

Any member of the College community (faculty, staff or student) or any person who is unaffiliated with the College who has knowledge of an alleged violation of the Student Code of Conduct may file a complaint against a student alleging that a violation of the Student Code of Conduct has occurred.  Faculty, staff, students, and guests are encouraged to use the online referral form to report behavior that they believe may have violated the Student Code of Conduct.

OBAT Video