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The extent of the public disclosure of relevant and necessary information shall be rationally related to (a) the level of risk posed by the RSO to the community, (b) the locations where the RSO resides or is regularly found, and (c) the needs of the members of the college community for information to enhance their individual and collective safety. The extent and types of notifications may be adjusted on a case-by-case basis, but shall be generally guided by the RSO risk factors as follows:
Level I - Low Risk
Notice Sent to:
• Campus Public Safety
• Student Conduct Officer
• Vice President of Student Services
• Vice President of Instruction
• Vice President of Administrative Services • College President
• Director of the Early Learning Center
• Principal/Dean of High School Programs • Executive Director of Human Resources • Director of Financial Aid
Additional Procedures for Level I Offenders:
1. The RSO is required to meet with the vice president of student services or the
student conduct officer within the first quarter of enrollment and provide contact
information for their probation officer.
2. The meeting with the vice president of student services will cover a) the college’s
commitment to ensuring a harassment free educational environment for the RSO, b) an explanation of the RSO designation and associated restrictions, c) ability of the college to meet any restrictions the RSO must follow, and d) the importance of the college’s conduct code. There are no additional requirements after this meeting.
Level II - Medium Risk
Notice Sent to:
• All Level I notifications
• Faculty and staff in whose program and/or courses the student is enrolled
• The college’s Campus, Assessment, Response, and Evaluation (CARE) team
• Any College instructional program with a significant population of students under the age
of 18
• Any other program or office with whom the student has or is likely to have contact (such
as student support services or academic support services)
Additional Procedures for Level II Offenders:
1. The RSO is required to meet with the vice president of student services or the
student conduct officer prior to first day of class and provide contact information
for their probation officer.
2. The meeting with the vice president of student services will cover a) the college’s
commitment to ensuring a harassment free educational environment for the RSO, b) an explanation of the RSO designation and associated restrictions, c) ability of the college to meet any restrictions the RSO must follow, and d) the importance of the college’s conduct code. There are no additional requirements after this meeting.




































































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