Crisis Intervention & Student Discipline

Resources for all members of the college community to create a safe and secure teaching and learning environment.

Handbook: Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) / Student Discipline Process

Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) / Student Discipline ProcessThe handbook for the Crisis Intervention Team/Student Discipline Process is designed for SCC faculty, staff, and students and provides specific information on the following topics:

  1. Principles of the Sacramento City College Crisis Intervention Team (CIT)
  2. Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Membership
  3. Policies and Regulations That Address the Crisis Intervention Process and/or Student Discipline
  4. Types of Behaviors That Constitute Violations of the Student Code of Conduct or Indicate the Need for Referral to the CIT
  5. Forms in Supporting the Student Discipline/CIT Processes
  6. Roles and Responsibilities within the Campus Community Related to Violations of the Student Code of Conduct and Related Behavioral Issues
  7. Steps in the Student Discipline Process
  8. What Are the Levels for Student Discipline Outcomes?
  9. How a Safe and Secure Learning and Service Environment can be Created and How Discipline Issues Can Be Avoided
  10. Appendix: Policies, Regulations, Codes, and Laws That Address Issues Relating to the Crisis Intervention Process and/or Student Discipline

Flow Chart: Student Discipline and Safety at SCC

Quick Reference Guide

Student Code of Conduct Quick Reference GuideThe Quick Reference Guide To Student Discipline & Crisis Intervention (PDF) is designed to support SCC Faculty & Staff and provides information on the following topics:

  • Student Discipline/Crisis Intervention Team
  • Disruptive Student Behavior
  • Information Needed to Support the Student Discipline/CIT Process
  • Student Standard of Conduct
  • Steps in the Student Discipline Process
  • Levels of Student Discipline Outcomes

File An Incident Report

Information Needed to Support the Student Discipline/CIT Process

The Sacramento City College Incident Report is a fillable pdf form used to collect information needed to proceed with crisis intervention/student discipline processes. It includes:

  • time
  • date
  • individuals involved
  • information on the incident itself
  • subsequent actions taken

This information is shared only with CIT members and the faculty, staff, and administrators directly involved in the incident.

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