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PDFWAC 132V-116-260

Fines and penalties.

Fines and penalties may be assessed for all violations of these rules and regulations.
(1) The vice president for administrative services, or designee, is the only college employee authorized to impound vehicles parked on college property.
(a) Vehicles wrongfully parked in designated areas or parked in undesignated areas are subject to impound.
(b) Impound and storage expenses shall be the responsibility of the owner of the impounded vehicle.
(c) The college shall not be liable for loss or damage of any kind resulting from such impound and storage.
(d) Impound of a vehicle does not remove the obligation for any fines associated with the citation.
(2) An accumulation of traffic citations by a student in excess of thirty dollars or the failure by a student to satisfy any traffic fines, regardless of the amount thereof, by the end of the academic quarter may result in disciplinary action initiated by the vice president for student services against the student.
(3) The vice president for administrative services shall direct all citations to the office of business services for collection or paid at the cashier's station.
(4) A schedule of fines shall be set by the board of trustees and published on the public safety web site and on the portal.
(5) In the event a student fails or refuses to pay a fine, the following may be initiated by the vice president for student services:
(a) Student may not be eligible to register for any more courses until all fines are paid;
(b) Student may not be able to obtain a transcript of his grades or credits until all fines are paid;
(c) Student may not receive a degree until all fines are paid;
(d) Student may be denied future parking privileges;
(e) Student's vehicle may be impounded.
(6) Upon failure of an employee or student to appeal any fine or penalty as set forth herein, or upon a decision by the vice president for administrative services affirming the employee's or student's debt to the college, whichever is applicable, the amount of the fine will be set-off against and deducted from any present or future salary or other financial obligation owed to the employee or student by the college.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140(10). WSR 12-21-097, § 132V-116-260, filed 10/23/12, effective 11/23/12; Order 77-2, § 132V-116-260, filed 6/3/77.]
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