The mission of the NRCC Threat Assessment Team (TAT) is to determine if any individual (or group of individuals) posses, or reasonably may pose, a threat of violence to self, others, or the college community. Furthermore, the TAT exists to intervene to avert the threat and maintain the safety of members of the college community. Working with the Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT), the TAT responds to behaviors exhibited by students, employees, and visitors to attempt to prevent violence on campus and/or at off-campus instruction sites (such as the NRV mall location).
Threat Assessment Team Members
Coordinator of Emergency Planning and Special ProjectsMelissa Anderson
Human Resources OfficerTom Ciappina
Licensed Professional CounselorAngie Covey
Executive Director, NRCC Educational FoundationJim Davis
Sheriff, Pulaski CountyPat Huber
Vice President for Instruction and Student ServicesTony Nicolo
Facilities Services ManagerMark Rowh
Vice President for Workforce Development and External RelationsDon Stowers
Assistant Director, Accountability in Student Learning ProgramFritz Streff
Director of Institutional Effectiveness and ResearchJohn Van Hemert
Vice President for Finance and TechnologyJill Williams
Director of Accountability in Student Learning Program
Feel free to contact us for more information about emergency preparedness at NRCC.