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Civility and Mutual Respect Policy

"It is the policy of the Peralta Community College District to foster an
environment which maximizes student learning and employee performance, and a
climate of civility among faculty, staff, students, and members of the Board
of Trustees of the District.

As members of the Peralta Community College District community, we are
expected to treat other community members with civility and respect,
recognizing that disagreement and informed debate are valued in an academic
community. Harassment by any student, employee, or Trustee, of any other
student, employee, or Trustee for whatever motive is harmful to the
environment desired by the District and therefore will not be permitted by
the District.

Individuals covered by these policies include faculty, staff, managers,
supervisors, students, and members of the Board of Trustees.

Unacceptable behaviors: Demeaning, intimidating, threatening, or physically
or emotionally violent behaviors that affect the ability to learn or work in
the college environment depart from the standard for civility and respect
and are unacceptable. Unacceptable behaviors also include Trustee's release
of confidential information obtained in closed session that violates both
trust by other Trustees and California Government Code Section 54963 which
deem such behavior as punishable.

Retaliation:  Retaliation for reporting violations of this policy, for
seeking to have prohibited conduct corrected, or for participating in an
investigation is prohibited.

Violations:  A District community member who has violated this policy is
subject to disciplinary action in accordance with established disciplinary
procedures. A member of the Board of Trustees who has violated this policy
is subject to public censure by the Board.

Restraining order:  Any District community member who has obtained a
restraining order against another District community member is encouraged to
provide a copy of the order to Campus Police for enforcement on campus.

Visitors:  Visitors, other people, vendors and the families of students,
staff, and faculty are expected to comply with the provisions of this
policy. Noncompliant behavior may lead to removal from the campus."

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