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Reporting for Persons/Incidents of Concern

If this matter is an emergency or is time-sensitive, please call University Police (315-386-7777 or 911 from a campus phone) immediately. This form is not intended for use in emergency situations.

SUNY Canton is committed to providing a safe, secure, and welcoming atmosphere for our students, faculty, staff, and community. In order to maintain a safe environment, the campus’s Behavioral Intervention Team meets on a weekly basis to review persons/incidents of concern and addresses these issues in a prompt manner. Faculty, staff, students, and community members are welcome to submit information for the review of the Behavioral Intervention Team by completing the form below.

Please be assured that all reports submitted are private and will only be shared on a ‘need to know’ basis; however, the information within the report may need to be discussed with the person of concern in order to assist us in addressing the issue. You may submit a report anonymously below by indicating “anonymous” in the name section. Please understand that this may limit the extent to which we are able to solve the issue.

We thank you for taking the time to submit this form. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Courtney Battista Bish, Vice President for Student Affairs/Dean of Students, at bish@canton.edu or 315-386-7120 or University Police at 315-386-7777.

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Person Reporting Concern

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Person of Concern

*Please note that this form is only intended to report student behavior/concerns. If you have a concern regarding an employee of the College, please contact Human Resources at 315-386-7325. Again, if your concerns are regarding an emergency situation or are time-sensitive, please contact University Police immediately at 315-386-7777 or 911 from any campus phone.


Observed Behavior/Incident

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Code of Conduct Violations

For time-sensitive or emergency situations, please contact University Police immediately


Behavioral Concerns

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Additional Information about Behavior/Incident of Concern


Supporting Documentation

Photos, videos, emails, and other supporting documents can be important to support a concern. Please email the attachment to Courtney Battista Bish, Vice President for Student Affairs/Dean of Students, at bish@canton.edu or you may bring items in person to Miller Campus Center 229.