I am the Complainant or Respondent in a civil rights complaint that has been filed. What happens next?
After the Appeals Process has Been Exhausted
If the Respondent is found to be in violation of SP 19-60, the following are available Sanctions:
For students: warning, probation, fines, restitution, denial of privileges, assignment to perform services for the benefit of the PPCC community, re-assignment to another class section (including the option for an on-line section), suspension, expulsion, a “Cease Communications” directive, or a “No Trespass” directive.
For PPCC employees: warning, corrective action, probation, restitution, denial of privileges, suspension, demotion, reduction of pay, termination of employment, a “Cease Communications” directive, or a “No Trespass” directive.
For authorized volunteers, guests, or visitors: warning, probation, denial of privileges, removal from PPCC property, a “Cease Communications” directive, or a “No Trespass” directive.
Other Action may be taken as deemed appropriate to put an end of the violation, prevent future recurrence, and to remedy the effects of the violation.
If the Respondent is found not in violation of SP 19-60, the complaint shall be closed with no further disciplinary action. If additional concerns, outside the scope of this procedure, are identified during the course of the investigation, the findings may be shared with appropriate administrative personnel to further address, as deemed appropriate.