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1. Level 1: The vast majority of RSOs are classified as Level 1 offenders. They are considered at low risk to re-offend. These individuals may be first time offenders and they usually know their victims.\Level 2 RSOs have a moderate risk of re- offending. They generally have more than one victim and the abuse may be long term. These RSOs usually groom their victims and may use threats to commit their crimes. These crimes may be predatory with the RSO using a position of trust to commit their crimes. Typically, these individuals do not appreciate the damage they have done to their victims.
2. Level 3 RSOs are considered to have a high risk to re-offend. They usually have one or more victims and may have committed prior crimes of violence. They may not know their victim(s). The crime may show a manifest cruelty to the victim(s) and these RSOs usually deny or minimize the crime. These RSOs commonly have clear indications of a personality disorder.
3. Kidnapping: If the victim is a minor and not related to the RSO, then the RSO is required to register for this offense.
4. The information above was excerpted from the King County Registered Sex Offenders Website
Children on Campus
In general, children are not permitted in classrooms. Children may be permitted in classrooms in unusual circumstances, with express instructor permission, when constant supervision of the child by the parent, guardian, or other responsible adult is possible, and there is no disruption to other students or the instructor. If disruption occurs, the instructor has the right to ask the student and child to leave the classroom.
Children are never permitted in labs, shops, or any other area where hazards exist. Individuals who bring children to campus are responsible for their supervision at all times and may not leave a child unattended. Parents, guardians, or other responsible parties will be contacted regarding children left unattended on campus and informed that children must be properly supervised. Individuals who fail to properly supervise children on campus will be referred to security personnel and are subject to disciplinary sanctions, as appropriate.
Drugs and Alcohol
Students, faculty, staff and administration support the board policy and the law in having a drug and alcohol-free campus. Drugs and alcohol are not permitted anywhere on campus. This includes in parking lots and cars. Violation of this rule may result in immediate termination or suspension. Furthermore, anyone consuming, distributing, possessing or under the influence of controlled or illicit substances on the campus is subject to suspension, probation, termination, arrest, and prosecution. Any involvement with drugs may also terminate eligibility for the financial aid program. Drug and alcohol prevention and assistance is available to students through Student Development & Retention, W207. There are also several community help line numbers: 24 hour crises clinic – (206) 461-3222, DCHS/Mental Health, Chemical Abuse and Dependency Services – (206) 263-9000, Teen Link – (206) 461-4922, drug and alcohol hotline– (206) 722-3700.
Harassment is unacceptable, discriminatory, and against the law. It is defined as unwelcome verbal or physical advances, or any other conduct or behavior in which the intent or effect is to

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