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What to Do When Dealing With an Ongoing Threat

 

Make sure that you document threatening behavior for possible future reference.
Include name of student, date, time and place of incident, describing incidents in behavioral terms. Use quotes for verbal threats.
  • Contact your department chair or office director for advice and support. 
  • Consult with the Dean of Students Office and consider filing a student conduct complaint. UO Students are responsible for conforming with community standards as set forth by the Student Conduct Code. Violations affecting the health, safety and well being of the community may result in a negative notation being placed on a transcript, suspension, or expulsion. 
  • Consult with the Department of Public Safety if the person is not a student.
  • Consult with the Counseling & Testing Center to assist you and/or debrief after an event.
  • The Employee Assistance Program offers brief counseling at no cost.
Make sure that you document threatening behavior for possible future reference.
Include name of student, date, time and place of incident, describing incidents in behavioral terms. Use quotes for verbal threats.
  • Contact your department chair or office director for advice and support. 
  • Consult with the Dean of Students Office and consider filing a student conduct complaint. UO Students are responsible for conforming with community standards as set forth by the Student Conduct Code. Violations affecting the health, safety and well being of the community may result in a negative notation being placed on a transcript, suspension, or expulsion. 
  • Consult with the Department of Public Safety if the person is not a student.
  • Consult with the Counseling & Testing Center to assist you and/or debrief after an event.
  • The Employee Assistance Program offers brief counseling at no cost.