Critical incident response on a small college campus Public Deposited

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  • Campus administrators are partially responsible for how a campus responds to a critical incident and how the students and outside community are impacted. It is important for administrators responding to critical incidents to take an objective look at their plans and preparations to determine if they will truly be effective and adequate in a time of need. Through assessment and evaluation of current response measures and past response efforts, campus responders can gain a sense of what needs exist on their campus in terms of preparing for a critical incident. This research primarily addresses the question, “What are best practices for critical incident response on a college campus with a small population?” It took the form a case study on one campus with a small student population. I conducted individual, one-on-one interviews with various campus administrators involved with critical incident response at that campus to gain insight into their experiences, and perceptions, and reflections with critical incident response. The end product of this research takes the form of a set of nine dimensions of critical incident response and a set of best practices within each dimension, both informed by the interview data and related literature.
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