Updated On February 9, 2017 - 12:55pm

Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) Brochure

Preventing violence in the workplace is a top priority at UCLA. To that end, the University has developed numerous resources to ensure the campus community remains safe, one of which is the Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT).

BIT is a multidisciplinary team consisting of representatives from the Office of Legal Affairs, Staff & Faculty Counseling Center, Insurance & Risk Management, UCLA Police Department, and Employee & Labor Relations. It is dedicated to preventing a crisis before it occurs by identifying threats of harm (and potential threats) and evaluating information reported to the team.

Effective violence prevention depends on participation by the full community — faculty, staff, students and visitors — to maintain a safe environment for all who live, study and work here. With that in mind, the team has developed a new BIT Brochure to help promote the value that early intervention plays in preventing violence.

The brochure includes important information such as:

Early intervention and awareness are the keys to preventing, and minimizing the possibility of, workplace violence. The brochure will be distributed at New Employee Orientation sessions, and for those who do not have access to a computer, printed versions of the brochure are available in Campus Human Resources. Contact Chris Silva, Behavioral Intervention Team Coordinator, at ccsilva@chr.ucla.edu for more information on the brochure.

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