Behavioral Threat Assessment Team-Employee (BTAT-E) Heading link
UIC is committed to fostering a safe environment free from violence, threats, intimidation, harassment, bullying or fear, and where working relationships and interactions are productive and safe. UIC takes reasonable steps to respond to and manage incidents of violence and/or threats on UIC premises, employs useful approaches to identify and prevent potential incidents of violence or threats, reduces the effects of violence on victims, and imposes consequences on those who threaten or perpetuate violence.
The Behavioral Threat Assessment Team for Employees (BTAT-E) co-chaired by Caryn Bills, Associate Chancellor, Office for Access and Equity and Michael Ginsburg, Associate Vice Chancellor for Human Resources, consist of faculty, campus administration, student affairs, law enforcement, human resources, counseling services, residence life, local, county or major municipal emergency managers and other disciplines as necessary.
BTAT-E meets regularly to exchange information as appropriate to assist employees and units, and coordinate support services and administrative response to crisis involving faculty, staff and visitors.