Enough Is Enough A Student Affairs Perspective on Preparedness and Response to a Campus Shooting

ISBN-10: 1579224431

ISBN-13: 9781579224431

Edition: 2010

Authors: Brian O. Hemphill, Brandi Hephner LaBanc

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List price: $31.95
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Stylus Publishing, LLC
Publication date: 3/8/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 216
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.638
Language: English

Brian O. Hemphill is Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management, and Associate Professor at Northern Illinois University in DeKalb. He served with the late Zenobia Hikes as co-chair of NASPA's Enough is Enough campaign to address and stem the tide of violence on college and university campuses. Dr. Hemphill was a leader for his campus' response to and recovery from a campus shooter in February 2008.

Brandi Hephner LaBanc is the national coordinator for the Enough is Enough Campaign, and Associate Vice President for Student Affairs at Northern Illinois University. As a member of the Crisis Response Team during the 2008 shooting she is motivated by her personal experience to raise awareness related to societal violence and the influence it may have on college campuses.

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
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
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
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
Essential Student Affairs Services in a Campus Crisis
Defining and Developing Policy for Essential Services
Housing and Dining
Student Activities
International Student Services
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
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
Too Close To Home: The Reality of Campus Shootings
Reaction to the Virginia Tech Shootings
Shootings at NIU
Graffiti Incidents Follow NIU Shootings
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
About The Contributors
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