NaBITA Newsletter
July 13, 2016
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In NaBITA's monthly newsletter we share a Tip of the Week, spotlight a resource relevant to the field, provide news, and share information about our upcoming events. In addition, each NaBITA newsletter brings you information relevant to the field of behavioral intervention and prevention, with current events and relevant resources. If you like the newsletter, we hope you will join NaBITA so that you can receive the weekly version of this great member benefit. Click here for more information. 
Resource Spotlight

NaBITA is pleased to spotlight Case Management in Higher Education, a 2012 whitepaper published by NaBITA and the American College Counseling Association ( ACCA).
Tip of the Week

Release of Records

Schools often struggle to find the line when it comes to a request by a student to view their BIT records. 

To read the complete Tip, click here.
2 Days Left to Submit Your Call for Programs at The 8th Annual NaBITA Conference 
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November 13-17, 2016
Hyatt Regency San Antonio Riverwalk in San Antonio, TX
Early bird registration deadline is September 2.

The Call for Programs closes July 15! Click here to submit your program.

NaBITA Announces 2016 Keynote Speakers!

NaBITA is honored to announce threat assessment specialist Stephen D. Hart, Ph.D., as the Opening Keynote Speaker at this year's Conference. Dr. Hart is an internationally recognized expert in the field of assessment and management of violence risk. He is also a professor of Psychology at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia. Dr. Hart has conducted training for legal, law enforcement, corrections and mental health professionals throughout North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia. Dr. Hart's primary area of expertise is forensic psychology. His work focuses on clinical-forensic assessment, particularly of violence risk and psychopathic personality disorder.

NaBITA is also pleased to announce Capt. (Ret.) Dan Roach, MSJ, MBA, as this year's Morning Keynote Speaker. Dan is currently the Deputy Chief of the Schaumburg Police Department (IL), where he oversees the Patrol Division, the Investigations Division, and the Special Operations Division. He is a retired Illinois State Police Investigations Commander, having served for over 26 years with the ISP. Dan has had extensive involvement in many high-profile investigations including the NIU Campus homicides. At the time of the NIU Campus shootings, Dan was the Chicago-Metro Investigations Commander of the Illinois State Police. He was an on-scene commander and member of the investigative leadership team for the NIU Campus Shootings incident. 

Click here to register for the conference!

For more information, please visit the NaBITA Conference webpage or contact Amanda Tarczynski, at (484) 321-3651.
J-BIT Submission Deadline Is July 15      

The Journal of Campus Behavioral Intervention (J-BIT) is accepting submissions for the 2016 issue. All published articles undergo an extensive review by top BIT scholars and practitioners on the editorial board.
 
Click here for more information about J-BIT and a look at our 2016 Call for Submissions. Submission deadline has been extended to July 15, 2016. The 2016 Journal will be released in November.
A Window Into BIT
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BIT Meeting Simulation and Training

A Window Into BIT is a video-based training tool to enhance campus BIT and student of concern team professional development. Watch national behavioral intervention team experts and campus practitioners model a BIT meeting as they role-play key team roles.
 
For more information and to view the 10-minute sample preview, please click  here.
Upcoming NaBITA Training Events
Online Trainings from The  NCHERM Group 

The NCHERM Group Online Trainings provide quality, distance learning education and discussion opportunities to colleges and universities across the country and around the world. 

Recent Online Training Recordings Available for Purchase here
  • Developing and Assessing BIT Structure and Function: An Online Discussion
  • Implementing BITs Across a Multi-Campus Institution
  • Breaking Down Silos in Case Management
Click here for a list of all past Online Trainings. 
Maintain Certification with the Continuing Certification Credit (CCC) Program
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Has your BIT been certified by NaBITA? Are you considering obtaining these certifications? Do you benefit from ongoing professional development from The NCHERM Group? If so, the CCC program is for you. The NCHERM Group is pleased to offer an online professional development platform called the  Continuing Certification Credit (CCC) program.
 
Learn about our program  here.
Conduct Training Videos from NaBITA and The NCHERM Group
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A Series of Easy-to-Use Video Training and Skill-Building Tools

Each video offers a brief vignette lasting just a few minutes, in which a student and administrator talk about an incident. Supplemental materials include a transcript of the video, a leaders' guide, and set of questions and answers for use in training and discussion applications, plus a set of key takeaways from each case. Buy only the videos you want for $119 each, or get them all for $419.
 
Learn more about the videos in our series and how to purchase for your campus  here.
Webinar Collaborations

Please click the links below for information on upcoming webinars presented by The NCHERM Group experts and offered by Innovative Educators. Use coupon code "web50" to receive $50 off your registration.
Please note that collaborative webinars provided by Innovative Educators are not eligible for ATIXA or NaBITA member benefits, or Retainer/Bundle client inclusions. For more information, please click here.
Links to Relevant Articles

Job Board

NaBITA has created a Job Board page on our website for you to share any BIT-related job openings on your campus. You can find this resource at http://nabita.org/resources/job-board/. Please email any position announcements to amanda@nabita.org.

Associate Dean and Director of Student Integrity -  Georgia Institute of Technology
Student Conduct Coordinator/Case Manager  - University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Membership Renewal Reminder

If your NaBITA membership expires in June, July or August, now is the time to renew. Renew your NaBITA campus membership or join for the first time for as low as $639! Please download our membership renewal form here, or click here to renew online.  
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