The Behaviour Intervention Team (BIT) is a multi-disciplinary team trained in behavioural risk recognition and assessment based on current industry models and best practices. The team intervenes as early and quickly as possible to contain and diffuse the negative impacts of situations posing actual or potential risks or threats to members of the University community. By creating a multi-disciplinary centralized approach the BIT manages student related risk in support of the safety, health and well-being of the University community. Through transparent and confidential dialogues the team assesses the level of risk posed to the University community and identifies and recommends appropriate resources to assist in the psychological and educational needs of the student.
To contact the BIT please contact the Student Rights & Responsibilities Office.