Behavior Intervention Team
A Behavior Intervention Team (BIT) is a multi-disciplinary group that helps detect early indicators of potential disruptive conduct, self-harm, and violence to others. The team uses an established protocol to support students, employees, faculty, staff, communities, and workplaces. When a BIT gets a report of problematic or concerning behavior, the team determines the best way to support, intervene, and respond. The team then deploys its plan and coordinates a follow-up.
Alison Whiting (BIT Chair), Ara Meha, Daryl Whitford, James Faustino, LJ Sikahema, Laurie Abregano, Hannah Biesinger, Rachel Kekaula, Ualani Mo'o, and Elder Kinghorn.