Behavior Intervention Team (BIT)
Wentworth Institute of Technology prioritizes the safety and security of our campus community. As members of that community, we each hold a responsibility to share information about our students and colleagues when we become concerned for their safety or wellbeing or the safety of others. The Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) responds to each of these concerns. Through a collaborative process, the purpose of BIT is to mitigate targeted acts of violence and intervene in situations that may impact the well-being of our campus community.
BIT is comprised of individuals who are specifically trained in threat assessment and have expertise in student affairs, human resources, law enforcement, Title IX, and mental health services.
The Behavioral Intervention Team relies on faculty, staff, and students to immediately report any situation that could potentially result in a harmful or violent act. Individuals with concerns and/or information can report them to the team in the following ways:
- For concerns related to a student, please use this reporting form.
- For concerns related to a faculty or staff member or contractor, please use this form
- For immediate concerns for someone’s safety call Public Safety at (617) 989-4444 or 911.