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WAC 132S-100-435

Interim measures.

(1) If there is cause to believe that a student or student organization poses an imminent threat to themselves, itself, to others, or to property, immediate action may be taken pending an investigation by the SCO. The SCO may take one or more of the following interim actions:
(a) Interim restrictions. A student may be restricted from college-owned or operated property and/or events.
(b) Interim suspension. A student may be suspended pending investigation, action, or prosecution.
(2) Permission to enter or remain on campus. During the period of interim measures, the student will not enter the college or any facility under the operation of the college other than to meet with the SCO or to attend the hearing. However, the SCO may grant the student special permission to enter the campus for the express purpose of meeting with faculty, staff, or students in preparation for the hearing or to participate in the Title IX process.
(3) Notice of interim measure proceedings. If the SCO finds it necessary to exercise the authority to evoke interim measures, they will give the student notice, orally or in writing, stating;
(a) The time, date, place, and nature of the alleged misconduct.
(b) The evidence in support of the charge(s).
(c) The corrective action or punishment which may be imposed against the student.
(d) The possibility that anything the student says to the SCO may be used against the student.
(e) The student's right to either accept the disciplinary action or, within three instructional days following receipt of the above notification, file at the office of the SCO a written request for a review of the interim measure by the SAB. If the request is not filed within the prescribed time, it will be deemed as waived.
(f) Conduct meeting. The meeting will be accomplished according to the procedures set forth in this document and no later than ten instructional days after the actions is taken unless the interim measures are related to a Title IX investigation, in which the conduct meeting will follow the referral of the Title IX coordinator officer upon completion of their investigation. Failure by the student to appear at the conduct meeting will result in the SCO suspending the student from the college.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140. WSR 16-12-039, ยง 132S-100-435, filed 5/25/16, effective 6/25/16.]
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