Submit an Incident Report
Montgomery College students have certain rights and responsibilities and are expected to abide by the Student Code of Conduct (PDF, ) . You may report violations of the Student Code of Conduct using the forms below.
There are four different incident reports which can be filed. If this is an emergency or you need immediate help, contact the Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management or 911 from any College phone.
1. Academic Integrity Reportnew window: Use this form to report incidents such as academic dishonesty, cheating on assignments or exams, forgery, submitting materials that are not the student's own. This list is not exhaustive. A full list of violations can be found in Section VIII: Academic Dishonesty of the Student Code of Conduct (PDF, ) .Submit Academic Integrity Report
Submit Standards of Conduct Report
2. Standards of Conduct Report (Non-Academic)new window: Use this form to report incidents such a disruption or obstruction of the education process of the College; physical or psychological abuse; intimidation; misuse of computing resources; gambling; possessing, using, selling, or distributing any type of drugs for illegal reasons; defacing, destroying, or damaging property; theft; unauthorized use of facilities or commission of any offense prohibited by local, state or federal law. This list is not exhaustive. A full list of violations can be found in the Student Code of Conduct (PDF, ) .
Submit Behaviors of Concern Report
3. Behaviors of Concern Reportnew window (Behavioral Intervention Team): Use this form to report incidents such as: bizarre thoughts, depression, excessive anxiety, mood swings, inappropriate display of emotions, or general concerns about a student. This form is not to report misconduct or violations of the Student Code of Conduct. Behaviors of Concern reports will be addressed by the Behavioral Intervention Team.
Submit Sexual Misconduct Report
4. Sexual Misconduct Report (Title IX)new window: Use this form to report incidents of sexual misconduct, including sexual harassment, sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking. This form is for individuals seeking support and information after experiencing sexual misconduct, third party witnesses, anonymous reporters and College employees fulfilling their mandated reporting duty to share information disclosed to them by a student. This form does not initiate a formal investigation, but will prompt a response from the Title IX Coordinator.
Behavioral Intervention Team
The mission of the Montgomery College Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) is to maintain a healthy, safe, and secure environment, free of intimidation and harm, by systematically addressing behaviors of concern. The BIT is comprised of staff, faculty, and administrators who work at that campus.
Step 1. An incident report is filed to the BIT Chair and/or Dean of Student Affairs
Step 2. The BIT Chair and/or Dean of Student Affairs determine whether to proceed as a BIT case or other
Step 3. If a BIT case is opened, the campus-based team is made privy to the information
Step 4. A background investigation begins and the campus team is convened
Step 5. The BIT reviews information to determine the threat level, if any
Step 6. If a threat exists, the BIT recommends an intervention to the BIT Chair and/or Dean of Student Affairs
Step 7. Intervention takes place and team follows up as appropriate
Marcus Peanort (Chair), Associate Dean, Student Affairs
Dr. Jamin Bartolomeo, Dean, Student Affairs
LaShaun Byrd, Administrative Aide, Student Affairs
Amanda Darr, Counselor, Student Affairs
Dr. Denise Dewhurst, Professor, Psychology
Paul Jenkins, Assistant Director, Public Safety
Harry Zarin, Counselor, Disability Support Services
Sue Haddad (Chair), Interim Associate Dean, Student Affairs
Fabian Drain, Counselor, Student Affairs
Brandon Fowler, Counselor, Disability Support Services
Katie Goldstein, Counselor, Student Affairs
Marcella Karp, Counselor, Student Affairs
Dr. Tonya Mason, Dean, Student Affairs
Kuljeet Babra, Shift Supervisor, Public Safety
Cameron Cox, Student Conduct Program Coordinator, Student Affairs
Dr. Melissa Scarfone, Counselor/Professor, Disability Support Services
Tonda Shine, Counselor, Student Affairs
Alice Santoro (Chair), Associate Dean, Student Affairs
Terri Bailey, Counselor, Student Affairs
Janeé McFadden, Dean, Student Affairs
Dr. Edward Muchene, Counselor, Disability Support Services
Carlo Sanchez, Assistant Director, Public Safety
Phillip Simpson, Shift Supervisor, Public Safety
Tamekia Williams, Supervisor, Public Safety
If you have questions, contact the Dean of Student Affairs on your campus.