Policy Regarding Workplace Violence, Bias Incidents, Hate Crimes and Disruptive Behaviors 13-14

Category: Bullying Policies School: University of California-Merced Statement Rating: Red

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[S]tudents, faculty, and staff are to behave in a manner that promotes our Principles of Community and a community free from intolerance, bias, hate, hostility, violence, threats, harassment, intimidation, bullying or any behavior that causes another to feel unsafe.

UC Merced will respond promptly to violence, threats of violence, harassment, intimidation, hate and bias incidents, or any behavior that causes another to feel unsafe. Complaints involving violence or disruptive behavior will be given the serious attention they warrant and investigated fully in accord with the applicable principles of due process. Individuals who violate this policy may be removed from UC Merced property and are subject to disciplinary and/or personnel action up to and including termination, dismissal and/or criminal prosecution.

Bullying–Offensive or malicious behavior meant to undermine, intimidate, or demean another.

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