While the focus of Threat Assessment and Behavioral Intervention (TABI) is primarily proactive, the group is reactive when necessary and responds to perceived threats to campus safety by implementing appropriate resources to address issues. The group also works to ensure MCC remains current regarding best practices in campus safety and campus civility by periodically facilitating campus training and workshop opportunities for the campus at large .
TABI Team Membership
- Dr. G. Duncan Harris, Dean, Student Affairs and Enrollment Management
- Trent J. Barber, Director, Student Activities
- Dr. Tuesday Cooper, Division Director, Social Science, Business and Hospitality
- Michael Davis, Lieutenant, MCC Police Department
- David Dubiel, Assistant Professor, Criminal Justice
- Dr. Nicole Esposito, Program Coordinator, Disability Specialist
- Debra Freund, Manager, Diversity, Inclusion and Equity
- Kathryn Kleis, Instructor, Criminal Justice
- Bryan Mulligan, Sergeant, MCC Police Department
- Dr. Pamela Mitchell, Associate Dean, Academic Affairs
- Joseph Navarra, Coordinator, Disability Services
- Tory Niles-Outler, Principal, Great Path Academy
- Ta’Shema Odoms, Counselor
- K. Umesh Vig, Assistant to the Dean, Student Affairs
- Sara Vincent, Director, Community Outreach
If you would like to contact TABI to report a concern or with a question or comment, to to www.manchestercc.edu/apps/incident/.
TABI meets bi-weekly, Mondays at 12:30 p.m.
Expectations of Campus Civility
Manchester Community College is committed to maintaining a social and physical environment conducive to carrying out its educational mission. Each and every person at Manchester Community College—faculty, staff or student—is responsible for the maintenance of a positive environment in which everyone may feel safe and comfortable learning and working. Therefore, members of the college community and visitors to the campus are expected to observe the following standards for civility and safety:
- Be moderate in speaking. Loud, obscene, argumentative or threatening speech is disruptive to teaching and learning and is offensive to others. It has no place in an academic setting.
- Resolve any disagreements in a positive, non-combative manner. Request the assistance of college authorities if needed.
- Show respect for the comfort of others by observing acceptable standards for personal cleanliness and dress.
- Unless authorized by the college, do not sell items or services or solicit for money.
- Post only materials that have been approved by college authorities.
- Handle only your own possessions. If you’ve found or lost any items, please turn in to or check with MCC Police Department, Student Services Center, L-170.
- To report a police, fire or medical emergency, call MCC Police Department.
- From a campus phone: 3111
- From a cell phone: 860-512-3111
- From a blue pole emergency phone: push the call button.
- Dialing 911 will contact the Town of Manchester 911 Dispatch Center and information will be relayed to the MCC Police Department.
- In an emergency, comply promptly with directions given by college authorities.
- Keep halls, walkways and doorways clear and fully accessible at all times.
- Observe restrictions and regulations for the possession and use of tobacco on campus.
- Do not bring weapons, alcohol or drugs on campus.