Concerned about a colleague

Employee of Concern Advisory Team

The Employee of Concern Advisory Team (ECAT) is the multidisciplinary team that will facilitate a coordinated response to all behaviours in which individuals may pose a threat to themselves or others. The goal of the response is to prevent serious violence and to support all individuals involved.

Concerned about a student

If you are concerned about a student there are services you can refer them to, actions you can take or support you can access for consultation.

Crisis intervention

Bringing in the Bystander

This bystander intervention workshop is highly interactive and rather than focusing strictly on the roles of perpetrator and victim, uses a community responsibility approach. It teaches bystanders how to safely intervene in instances where sexual violence, relationship violence or stalking may be occurring or where there may be risk that it will occur. Contact Protective Services for more information.

Verbal Judo

The VERBAL JUDO training program teaches principles and tactics that enable graduates to use "Presence and Words" to calm or redirect the behavior of hostile people an diffuse potentially dangerous situations.

Violence Threat Risk Assessment Awareness session

Register for session that educates you and or your staff on the university's Violence Protocol and the current Violence and Threat Risk Assessment procedures for identifying and preventing potential violent situations.

Local emergency response plan

Be aware of your Local Emergency Response Plan. If you don't have a  Local Emergency Response Plan, Community Resources can assist in helping your unit draft one.

Please contact our Community Resources Coordinator at 306-966-2404 for more information.

Crime prevention

Campus Watchdog program

Campus Watchdogs are the people of the University of Saskatchewan looking out for one another.  Community members are encouraged to become “Watchdogs” by reporting anything that appears out of the ordinary, anything that doesn’t look or feel right and anything they are suspicious of.

Crime prevention through environmental design

Community Resources can provide a Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design audit of your space.

Getting help

Protective Services

University of Saskatchewan
129, 72 Campus Drive

(306) 966-5555 (24 Hours)
 protective.services@usask.ca

Safety Resources

150 Research Annex
105 Maintenance Road
Saskatoon SK S7N 5C5

 safetyresources@usask.ca
(306) 966-4675
 (306) 966-8394

 Safety Resources