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Author Hemphill, Brian O
Title Enough Is Enough : A Student Affairs Perspective on Preparedness and Response to a Campus Shooting
Imprint Sterling : Stylus Publishing, LLC, 2010
©2010
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Descript 1 online resource (209 pages)
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Series An ACPA / NASPA Joint Publication
An ACPA / NASPA Joint Publication
Note Cover -- CONTENTS -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- FOREWORD -- 1 VIOLENCE IN THE SHADOW OF THE IVORY TOWER: Murder at the University -- The University as a Safe Haven -- Single and Double Murders: Clery and Beyond Clery -- Gender Factors -- One- and Two-Person Killings on Campus That Had the Potential to Turn Into Mass-Casualty Situations -- Multiple Murders -- Some Comparative Aspects of the Three Mass-Murder- Status Killers -- The Nexus Between Suicide and Homicide -- Heterogeneity in Murder Cases Involving University Students -- Rara Avis or Frequent Bird of Prey -- Expressed and Actual Violence -- The Scale of Violence -- References -- 2 THE EMOTIONAL HEALTH AND VIOLENCE CONNECTION: Prevention, Intervention, and Resiliency -- College Mental Health: A Growing Concern -- Mental Health and Violence -- Lessons From Virginia Tech: The Importance of Connection and Support -- Emotional Health Safety Net: The Prescription for Prevention and Resiliency -- The Emotional Health and Violence Connection: Taking Action on Your Campus -- Conclusion -- References -- 3 MANAGING THE WHIRLWIND: Planning for and Responding to a Campus in Crisis -- Planning for and Responding to Crisis -- Coordination of Resources -- Additional Considerations -- Threat Assessment Teams -- Communication During Crises -- Information Management During Crises -- Conclusion -- References -- 4 COUNSELING DURING A CAMPUS-WIDE CRISIS -- Immediate Response -- Population Exposure Model -- Immediate Psychological Responses to Trauma -- Ongoing Response -- Preparing Faculty and Staff to Return to Class -- Classroom Outreach Program -- Long-Term Implications and Other Considerations -- Ethical and Legal Considerations -- Conclusion -- References -- 5 ESSENTIAL STUDENT AFFAIRS SERVICES IN A CAMPUS CRISIS -- Defining and Developing Policy for Essential Services -- Housing and Dining -- Student Activities
International Student Services -- Conclusion -- References -- 6 HEALING YOUR COMMUNITY -- A University Provides Opportunities to Heal -- A Community Expresses Itself -- Local Community Support -- Issues of Sensitivity -- Fund-Raising as a Support Mechanism -- From Grieving to Healing -- Religion Debate -- The Message -- Long-Term Community Healing Initiative -- Offices for Ongoing Support -- Conclusion -- References -- 7 THE PROVOST'S PERSPECTIVE: Campus-Wide Needs and Responses -- President and External Relations -- Students and Their Families -- Other Academic Leaders, Faculty, and Staff -- Unique Organizational Qualities in Higher Education That Shape and Influence Emergency Planning and Response -- Decision Making in Real Time During Crises -- Academic Impact and Accommodations -- Facilities Issues -- The Provost and Student Affairs in the Event of a Shooting -- Formative Feedback, Reflections, and Unexpected Experiences -- Conclusion -- 8 TOO CLOSE TO HOME: The Reality of Campus Shootings -- Reaction to the Virginia Tech Shootings -- Shootings at NIU -- Graffiti Incidents Follow NIU Shootings -- Conclusion -- References -- 9 INCORPORATING WORDS OF WISDOM INTO THE CRISIS MANAGEMENT PROCESS -- Prevention and Mitigation -- Crisis Planning and Preparation -- Immediate Response (First 24 Hours) -- Response (First Seven Days) -- Campus Healing -- References -- ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTORS -- INDEX -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- H -- I -- J -- K -- L -- M -- N -- O -- P -- Q -- R -- S -- T -- U -- V -- W -- Y -- Z
This book presents first-hand accounts and experienced counsel from professionals who have lived through a violent incident, and continue to deal with its aftermath. They cover violence, suicide prevention, and mental health promotion in an integrated way, and offer a comprehensive plan to create a campus-wide system for collecting information about students at-risk for self-harm or violence toward others
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Hemphill, Brian O. Enough Is Enough : A Student Affairs Perspective on Preparedness and Response to a Campus Shooting Sterling : Stylus Publishing, LLC,c2010 9781579224424
Subject Campus violence -- United States.;Campus violence -- United States -- Prevention.;School shootings -- United States.;School shootings -- United States -- Prevention.;Student affairs services -- United States.;Universities and colleges -- United States -- Safety measures
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Alt Author LeBanc, Brandi Hephner
Dungy, Gwendolyn J
Roberts, Gregory
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