Action plan developed to address X.U. students' behavior
Thanks again to all who attended our first neighborhood meeting discussing Xavier student off-campus behavior. We had an excellent turn-out with many passionate people, interesting stories, and lots of ideas. My wife and I have consolidated the discussions into a single document that has four sections:
Informational - Information that was gathered from various sources during the meeting. This is information that will be helpful now in working with your Xavier students.
Short-Term Actions - Suggested actions that might be implemented in a short period of time (1-4 weeks). These are things which can be done individually or already have facilities in place to handle.
Medium-Term Actions - Suggested actions that might be implemented in a longer period of time (1-3 months). These actions require some level of effort or require coordination of multiple parties.
Long-Term Actions - Suggested actions that would take a long period of time to implement (3-12 months). These probably involve policy, procedure, or organizational changes and may require multiple agencies.
Each action has been assigned to a group of people we believe would be responsible for the work. If you would like to volunteer for one area of work (short, medium, or long) please e-mail me and I will track the progress of each item and send out updates on a periodic basis. In addition to what we have documented, we are looking for more actionionable ideas that we can add to our list. Please e-mail me with any and all ideas.
Finally, our next meeting has already been scheduled for Sunday, November 16th at 5 pm. Location is tentatively 3904 Regent Ave (unless someone else volunteers to host). We hope to have a similar if not larger turnout to keep the momentum moving forward and keep the pressure on.
Click here to read the action plan