More about CTAT
The Campus Threat Assessment Team (CTAT) is committed to providing a safe conducive educational environment through identifying and assessing behaviors that are believed to be a threat to the safety and well-being of the campus community.
The CTAT objective is to prevent acts of violence through appropriate interventions by, "...taking a sooner than later approach..." to GSU community concerns about community members who appear to threaten their own safety or the safety of others.
CTAT will serve a resource to the entire GSU community - student, faculty, and staff - to help ensure their safety by assessing signs of possible threatening behavior by any community member.
To achieve this objective, the CTAT will evaluate threat risks by reviewing relevant circumstances, facts, and evidence to determine the level of risk (if any) of violent or aggressive behavior. The CTAT will then forward this assessment of risk, along with intervention recommendations (if appropriate), to one of the following processes: Student Conduct Committee, Referral Assistance Committee, or Human Resource.
Members of the GSU community, students, faculty, and staff, can submit an online Red Flag Report explaining their concerns. Once the report is submitted, CTAT will review and research the concern to determine if or what intervention is appropriate. All information is handled with the upmost confidentially, with the dual purposes of assisting all parties involved and ensuring campus safety.
- Chair (Student Affairs)
- Co-Chair (Chief of Police)
- Faculty Representatives (Psychology and Criminal Justice background)
- At-Large Member (Licensed Clinical Social Worker with Criminal Justice background)
- Clinical Case Manager (Student Affairs -Counseling Services)
- Student Life
Additional Members That Can Be Added to the Team as Needed
- Disability Services
- University Legal Counsel
- Speciality Programs
- Human Resource (Employee concerns)