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4.22
WORKPLACE VIOLENCE PREVENTION
ADOPT: FEBRUARY 12, 2002
California Penal Code sections 626.4, 626.6, Notice of Withdrawal of Consent
29 United States Code, Section 654
6400 California Labor Code
California Code of Civil Procedure, section 527.8
Policy 4.16a Employee Conflict and Crisis Intervention
SEIU Labor Agreement Section 21.5.1.12


WORKPLACE VIOLENCE PREVENTION

The Sonoma County Junior College District can best perform its mission when faculty, students, and staff co-exist in a climate that supports academic freedom, the free exchange of ideas, and utilizes constructive methods of conflict management. The Sonoma County Junior College District is committed to supporting these principles while creating and maintaining an environment that is free from intimidation, disruptions, threats, and acts of violence.

Intimidation, disruptions, threats, and acts of violence will not be ignored, condoned or tolerated. Any and all of these acts will be considered serious misconduct and will be the basis of disciplinary action, up to and including dismissal. Acts that constitute criminal behavior will be referred to law enforcement.

Assurance of a safe working environment is important to everyone. All members of our college community must report any occurrence of intimidation, disruptions, threats, or acts of violence to the appropriate District resource(s).


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