Behavior Intervention Team
The Behavior Intervention Team is dedicated to a proactive, coordinated and planned approach to the identification, prevention, assessment, management, and reduction of interpersonal and behavioral threats to the safety and wellbeing of Oconee Fall Line Technical College students, faculty, staff and visitors.
- Provide a safe physical environment for members of the college community,
- Provide a safe emotional environment for the college community, and
- Promote peace of mind for friends and family of the college community.
OFTC has established the Behavioral Intervention Team to assist in addressing situations where students, faculty, or staff are displaying behaviors that are disruptive, threatening, or concerning in nature that potentially impede their own or others’ ability to function successfully or safely. It is the responsibility of faculty, staff, and students to immediately report any situation that could possibly result in harm to anyone at the college. Any member of the campus community may become aware of a troubling person or situation that is causing serious anxiety, stress, or fear. However, behavioral assessment should not be confused with crises management. A crisis may be defined where a person may pose an active or immediate risk of violence to self or others. OFTC employees certified law enforcement officers to perform security functions on our campuses. Officers may be reached at one of the phone numbers below; contact 911 if you have an emergency.
|Dublin (South Campus)||Office|
|478-275-6634 or 478-595-6603|
478-595-6596 or 478-595-6553
|Sandersville (North Campus)||Office|
|Jefferson County Center||Office||478-625-1901|
|Little Ocmulgee Instructional Center||Office||229-868-7834|
In non-emergency situations, you may fill out an online concern report, call or email a member of the Behavioral Intervention Team, or submit an anonymous report.
- Concern Form (Online) – Click the link and follow the prompts to submit your concern.
The team will coordinate a team response to the issue and keep you informed. This may include interim suspension and removal from class and/or campus until the threat can be assessed. Please also inform your division chair, dean or supervisor of any ongoing issues.
Behavioral Intervention Team Membership
- Saketta Brown, Director of Student Affairs, Chair– 478-274-7643, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Dr. Saketha Adams, Vice President of Student Affairs – 478-553-2080, email@example.com
- Tammy Bayto, Dean of AA for Allied Health & Professional Services-478-274-7852, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Dr. Jacqueline Copenny, Dean of AA for Business Services-478-274-7855, email@example.com
- Lynn McDonald, Human Resources Director-478-553-2059, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Demme McManus, Dean of Adult Education – 478-553-2075, email@example.com
- Lee Radney, Dean of AA for T&I and Transportation- 478-274-7794, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Marcus Rogers, Chief, Security/Facilities – 478-274-7871, email@example.com
- Rosemary Selby, Vice President of Administrative Services-478-553-2055, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Tremayne Smith, Student Retention Specialist-478-274-7763, email@example.com
- Michele Strickland, Vice President of Academic Affairs – 478-553-2097, firstname.lastname@example.org