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Working on a university campus is one of the most fun and rewarding experiences a person can enjoy. But our jobs come with some very real responsibilities. A campus wide in-service training was held for faculty and staff to stay up to speed on some of the most critical issues facing our students and our campus.

Contact Student Services for more information about upcoming trainings. 

Campus Safety and Active Threat Response

Campus Safety and Active Threat Response Resource

A national expert on campus crime, Dr. Nicoletti provides an overview of campus violence, threat assessments, and the mindset on an active shooter/threat. In addition, CMU police will discuss campus lockdown procedures, how your participation can impact campus safety, and how to respond in an emergency situation.


Suicide Intervention Training

ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training)

2 day suicide intervention training that focuses on potential warning signs. Participants will be comfortable asking questions about suicide; learn campus protocols and resources for students and colleagues; know who to call to get further assistance on campus; make referrals to appropriate providers and keep students safe. 

BSIT (Brief Suicide Intervention Training)

2 hour training on suicide intervention skills and awareness. The training is based on the comprehensive two-day ASIST training, however has been scaled down to only 60 minutes to allow for better access. 


Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment Prevention and Reporting

Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment Prevention and Reporting Resource

Discuss key aspects of the legal context for campuses surrounding sexual assault and sexual harassment (Clery Act and Title IX). CMU and GJPD processes and reporting requirements will be detailed. Attendees will gain a better understanding of national and CMU statistics as well as knowledge regarding institutional response, aftercare and resources.