Throughout the civil rights and sexual misconduct resolution process, Complainants and Respondents shall be entitled to the following:
To be treated with respect by PPCC employees.
To take advantage of Supportive Measures and other resources, such as counseling, psychological services, and health services.
To experience a safe living, educational, and work environment.
To have an advisor of their choice present at any meeting.
To have access to a Title IX/EO Coordinator, investigator(s), hearing officers/decision-maker(s) for Title IX cases, and/or other individuals assisting with the resolution process who do not have a conflict of interest or bias for or against either party.
To receive amnesty for minor student misconduct (such as alcohol or drug violations) that is ancillary to the incident.
To be free from retaliation.
To be informed of the outcome/resolution of the complaint, and the sanctions and rationale for the outcome where permissible.
To have assistance in contacting law enforcement, if desired.
To request employment, and/or educational modifications, as deemed appropriate and reasonable.
To request no further contact with the opposite party, as deemed appropriate, allowable and reasonable.