- Keith Hood, Co-Chair and Interim Director of Faculty & Staff Labor Relations
- Jocelyn Tedisky, Co-Chair, Lead Case Manager and Labor Relations Associate
- Lieutenant Andrew Fournier, UConn Public Safety Division
- Marc Hanna, Detective from UConn Police Department
- **Gary Alger from the Employee Assistance Program serves in a consultative role regarding matters involving potential behavioral health concerns**
The following behaviors, particularly in combination or if escalating or repeating, would warrant a referral to the Employees of Concern Team:
- Verbal or written threats of harm to self or others
- History of ongoing disciplinary problems
- Inability to move past workplace conflicts, grievances or perceived injustices
- Social withdrawal or severe discomfort in social settings
- Expressed paranoia or mistrust of supervisors, colleagues, and/or union representatives
- Angry outbursts or inappropriate expressions of anger and hostility towards others.
- Evidence of substance abuse
- Fascination or preoccupation with violence and/or weapons
If a student is causing concern, follow the procedures provided by the Student Care Team.
If there is no emergency or imminent threat, employee concerns should be reported to 860-486-5684.
- If there is an imminent threat or an emergency situation, the University of Connecticut Police Department (UCPD) should be contacted immediately by dialing 911.
- Anonymous reports may be made to the UCONN REPORTLINE by:
- Telephone: (888)685-2637
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.