Harassment Policy 05-06

Category: Harassment Policies, Statement School: Statement Rating: Not Rated Last updated: December 15, 2013

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Sexual Harassment includes such things as:

* Sexually offensive language
* Inappropriate remarks about someone's body or sexual activities
* Indirect or direct pressure for sexual activity, with or without implied or directly stated threats
* Inappropriate touching, patting, pinching, leering or ogling someone's body.
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Sexual harassment can occur between men and women, but it can also occur between members of the same sex. Trying to make fun of "putting-down" someone using words that refer to a person possible sexual orientation (for example, calling someone "queer" or "fag" ) is sexual harassment.
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Non-sexual Harassment
Non-sexual harassment is any type of repeated abusive or demeaning conduct that is based on a person's race, color, religion, national origin, physical or other disability, age, political belief, or affiliation, or socioeconomic status. Non-sexual harassment may be illegal and should be reported.
Harassment can take many forms; it can be verbal comments, physical contact, hate mail or phone calls, graffiti, or placing items on an individual's door.

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