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Behavioral Intervention

Threat Assessment at PVCCTo report a threat or a threatening incident:

Paradise Valley Community College has formed a Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT).  BIT strives to maintain a safe campus environment for students, faculty, and staff.  We must all work together to achieve that goal.

The Paradise Valley Community College Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) will contribute to a safe and secure learning and work environment by establishing policies and procedures that support early action and intervention in threatening and potentially dangerous situations.



Any conduct, indication, or warning, (explicit or implied) that presents a clear and present danger to self, others, or the campus community in general.


A tool to be used when facing extraordinary discipline and safety issues. The primary goal is to provide early assistance to students or employees in distress and to help prevent situations of concern from becoming more serious.