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Examples of Appropriate BART ReferralsAggressive, threatening, or intimidating behaviors:
- Direct threats of harm.
- Carrying a weapon.
- Damaging property.
- Following, watching, or stalking someone on campus.
- Multiple, unwanted texts, emails, voicemails intended to harass.
- An unreasonable interest and/or frequent discussions of violence, killing, raping, torturing, guns, or explosives.
- Art, stories, or essays focused on the above themes.
- Direct statements, "I think a lot about killing myself," or "I took half a bottle of sleeping pills last weekend."
- Implied statements, "The world would be better off without me."
- Through creative expression, for example, suicidal themes or content in a painting or short story.
- Expressions of helplessness or hopelessness.
- Being visibly under the influence of a substance.
- Going to class under the influence of a substance.
- Requiring medical attention due to substance use.
- Selling drugs on campus.
- Self-injury, such as cutting, burning, or hitting self.
- Withdrawal, fearfulness, or paranoia.
- Psychosis, losing touch with reality, hearing voices, bizarre beliefs.
- Marked change in personal hygiene.
- Notable change in academic performance.
- Indecisiveness, confusion, or lack of focus.
- Depression, isolation, loneliness, or lack of social support.
- Disruptive, interruptive, or intrusive behavior.
- Socially inappropriate, unusual, or bizarre behavior.
- Repeated, unwanted sexual advances.
- Unwanted physical touch.
- Unsolicited discussions of a sexual nature.
- Pornographic emails or text messages.
- Comments about one's body or body parts.
Inconsiderate, rude, vulgar, demeaning, discriminatory, racist, insulting statements, gestures, or behaviors that are likely to provoke anger, aggression, or be distressing to a reasonable person.
To report a concerning situation to BART, email email@example.com.
Please report any behaviors that may endanger the health and safety of the campus community.
CSUB Main Campus:
Dial (661) 654-2111 or 911 for situations requiring emergency response
CSUB-Antelope Valley Center:
Dial (661) 722-6399 or 911 for situations requiring emergency response
To report a concerning situation to the Behavioral Assessment and Response Team, email firstname.lastname@example.org.