Zane State College Behavioral Intervention Team (ZBIT)
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Emergency calls from a campus phone: 911 Campus Security: 1111 or (740) 454- 2501 Ext. 1111

ZBIT Mission

The mission of the Zane State College Behavioral Intervention Team (ZBIT) is to enhance the physical and emotional safety of the students, staff, and visitors.

ZBIT Purpose

ZBIT exists as a central point of contact for all members of the College community who encounter student behavior that they perceive as aberrant, threatening, or in a state of emotional crisis.  ZBIT team will follow up with all reports in a confidential manner consistent with FERPA and HIPPA regulations in order to maintain a safe, caring, and secure environment for all students, faculty, and staff. ZBIT will assess the level of threat and respond to all reports in a manner that preserves the welfare of all students, upholds the student code of conduct, and will work collaboratively with Campus Security, Student Services, Faculty, Human Resources and community agencies in the decision-making process of developing a plan of action, and will follow-up appropriate to each individual report.

ZBIT Members

Dr. Tricia Leggett, Dr. Richard Woodfield, Heather Merry, Joe Keating.