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Cal Poly Pomona

Policy

Subject:

Violence, Zero Tolerance

Policy Number:   1.6
Date Adopted: 
Last Revised:  October 7, 2002

Policy Statement:

The University has zero tolerance for threats or acts of violence against members of the campus community.

The University prohibits and will take decisive action to eliminate:

    • verbal or written harassment
    • acts which can be interpreted as physical assault
    • threats to harm someone or endanger the safety of others
    • behaviors or actions interpreted by a reasonable person as carrying the potential for violence and/or acts of aggression
    • threats to destroy, or the actual destruction of, property
    • possession of a weapon (Penal Code 626.9 prohibits bringing a firearm, knife or dangerous weapon onto the campus of a public school including the California State University).
Such conduct is subject to disciplinary action up to and including dismissal from employment, expulsion from the University, or civil or criminal prosecution, as appropriate.

 

Implementation:

Report any threats of violence immediately to Public Safety x3070, and

Students: Judicial Affairs x6990
Employees (Staff/Student): Your Supervisor
Faculty: Appropriate Dean's Office

Program Administrator: Sharon Reiter, Human Resource Services

Training: Debbi McFall, University Police Department, x6981, e-mail: dsmcfall@csupomona.edu

References:

Cal Poly Pomona's Community Assessment and Response for Employees & Students (PolyCARES)