Behavioral Consultation Team (BCT)
Call 911 for all concerns requiring immediate attention (criminal, violent, threatening, or imminent suicidal behavior)! We’re here for early intervention regarding behavioral issues to help support the health, safety, and success of the IU East community. So if you are concerned about the behavior of someone in the campus community or even need help finding resources for yourself, we’re here to help.
- In an emergency, always call 911 first.
- Chair of the BCT: 765-973-8242
- Chief of Campus Police: 765-973-8435
- Submit the Concerned Persons Referral Form.
What we do
The Behavioral Consultation Team is a campus-wide team that provides consultation, makes recommendations for action, and coordinates campus resources in response to reports of disruptive or concerning behavior displayed by students, staff or faculty.
Examples of such instances include, but are not limited to:
- Behavior that appears to be dangerous or threatening to oneself or others.
- Bizarre or strange behavior such as acting “out of touch” with reality.
- Angry, hostile, or abusive behavior.
- Other behavior that is inappropriate, worrisome, or disruptive.
The BCT does not enact sanctions or administer policy regarding referrals; however the BCT can coordinate and share information with units that may take administrative actions such as: evaluation for immediate detention; conduct/disciplinary action (student, staff or faculty); referral to University Police; emergency notification of others; parental/guardian notification; and recommend medical/psychological evaluation and/or permission to receive such records.
In some cases, there may be no violation of campus rules or policies, but the behavior may evoke alarm or concern among involved persons. The BCT provides consultation and recommendations to the appropriate parties, such as: classroom or workplace management strategies; behavioral contract development; awareness of campus resources and services; and mediation.