OIE may require a vendor to include an OIE staff member as part of an investigation if OIE believes participation is necessary to ensure that the University's interests under this Policy are appropriately addressed. Consent will not necessarily be inferred from silence or passivity alone. Retaliation: In this Policy, retaliation is any materially adverse action taken against an individual because he or she has: (1) openly opposed a policy or practice the individual believed was a violation of this Policy or state or federal anti-discrimination law; (2) engaged in protected activity such as making a request for a reasonable accommodation; or (3) participated in the investigation or resolution of a report or complaint under this Policy or under state or federal anti-discrimination law.
Complaints and other information obtained through this Chapter 3010 process shall not be disclosed to anyone who does not have a need to know in connection with the Chapter 3010 process. Whether someone has given consent is based on the totality of the circumstances, including the context. There must be a sufficient causal nexus between the protected activity and the adverse action. Responsible Administrator: In this Policy, the Responsible Administrator is typically the University official with authority to implement the recommendations of an Administrative Review Team ("ART"), and is usually the direct supervisor of a respondent who is a University employee.
Examples of remedial actions include, but are not limited to, reevaluation of a grade, an evaluation completed by someone other than the respondent, reconsideration of an application for employment, placement in a position, back pay and lost benefits, withdrawal of a disciplinary action, alteration of class schedule, or a change of housing. 21-5604 Other definitions include: Sexual Intercourse – K. In cases involving a graduate student as respondent, the Dean of the Graduate School is the Deciding Administrator.As an agency focused not only on treating the effects of abuse and violence, but also preventing them, Synergy offers STOP! The programs utilize customized curricula to teach empathy, respect and practical strategies for problematic relationships.When youth, parents and school personnel have a unified plan, violence reduction is attainable.Abusive adult relationships often have roots in adverse childhood experiences.Teaching healthy relationship skills to young people helps keep them safe today and in the future.Depending on the circumstances, vendors – with the approval of OIE – may conduct investigations of their own employees and/or participate in determinations regarding alleged violations of this Policy. Consent: Permission or an agreement for something to happen.Prior to, during, and after such an investigation, the vendor will provide information as requested by OIE. To be consent, the person must have the capacity to consent and the permission or agreement must be knowing and given without coercion.Questions relating to the information in each chapter of the Policies and Procedures Manual should be directed to the office issuing the chapter.That information is usually located at the end of each chapter.No action will be taken against an individual who makes a good faith report or complaint, even if the allegations are not substantiated.Vendors on-campus or for University programs or activities must comply with this Policy.