LBCC Threat Assessment Team


The Threat Assessment 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 well-being of Linn Benton Community College students, faculty, staff and visitors. 


  • Assess the school climate
  • Identify and assess individuals of concern
  • Conduct threat assessment inquiries
  • Implement appropriate management strategies 
The Threat Assessment Team meets regularly to discuss issues relating to violence, physical safety, and potential threats directed at students, faculty, and staff at the LBCC campuses.  The Team has adopted a multi-disciplinary approach that is a proactive, coordinated, and planned approach to deal with the complexities and volatility of violence & threats. 


Safety on our campus and in our communities is everyone's responsibility. By recognizing and reporting behavior you believe to be a potential concern, you can help our community members get the assistance and services they might need. By practicing bystander intervention - that is advocating for potential victims, constantly reminding yourself to keep an eye out for our community, and encouraging others to act similarly, steps can be taken to ensure the safety of yourself and others.
Incidents observed or persons of concern can be reported online via this reporting web link or by contacting LBCC Campus Public Safety office - (541) 917-4440 or officer on duty - (541) 926-6855 (7x24 cell phone).
A Resource and Referral Guide is also provided with contact information when situations are encountered in which persons of concern are identified. 


Sexual Assault, Sexual Harassment, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, and Stalking are not tolerated at LBCC. 

  • All staff and new students are required to take the "Personal Empowerment Through Self Awareness" training available at  
  • This online course addresses Personal Violence. This includes sexual assault, rape, partner violence,
    stalking, or sexual harassment. All of these crimes can happen on any campus. It is a tough topic to address, but it is an important one.
  • Sexual violence of any type will not be tolerated on our campus, and those who engage in this predatory behavior will be held accountable.  We are strategically working toward a violence free campus, and this online course is one critical component


Stalking and Dating Violence on College Campuses

  • Nationally, 1 in 8 college women report being stalked in the last 6-9 months. Stalking may include but is not limited to unwanted phones calls, emails, letters, or visits; being watched from afar; having someone waiting for you outside a building or room; being followed; and/or other similar behaviors.
  • Nationally, 32% of students report dating violence by a previous partner and 21% by a current partner
Rowan University and Security on Campus, Inc. have provided a video on stalking awareness. LBCC staff and students can access the vide  using SafeColleges.