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except when such pieces of property pose a danger to the student or to others, and 12. Other analogous acts. f) Any analogous or similar acts E. Procedure for Reporting a) A faculty or staff who received the report or complaints must inform the immediate superior immediately (within the day). b) Incident reported to a faculty or staff should be taken seriously. The student must be interviewed by the receiving party immediately and be given an incident report form indicating what happened, how it College Student Protection Policy
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College Student Handbook 219 happened, when it happened, and where it happened. (see attached incident report form). If the report falls under Risk, it should be subjected to or Progressive Disciplinary Discussion (PDD) where there will be an agreement between the faculty and the immediate superior that the same case should not happen again. The immediate superior should report the incident to the Guidance Office for student counselling. c) If case involved is not subject to automatic Preventive Suspension, the immediate superior may recommend preventive suspension to be imposed upon the respondent depending on the gravity of the complaint. Grounds for preventive suspension: 1. Threats of physical assault including intimidation and or harassment. 2. Sexual abuse or any other form of sexual harassment. d) After initial assessment, the report about the incident must be forwarded to the HRD Manager for appropriate action. * Determination of veracity of information is done through thorough investigation on complainants claim and corroborating statements of third party (students, staff, or other faculty). Dates, time, location, and other factors vital to the claim of the complainant are cross-checked through other sources. Some policies and definitions are adopted from DepED Memo No. 40 Series 2012 College Student Protection Policy
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College Student Handbook 220 Committee Members MS. MARIEL LUNAR MS. NOEMI QUINONES Member/SG President Member/Parent MS. MARIA TERESA MEDINA MR. WILFREDO BLEZA Member/Guidance Office Head Member/TSFSA President MS. MA. CECILIA QUIGLEY MR. MICHAEL KASILAG Member/HRD Manager Member/Safety and Security Officer MS.CONCEPCION ENDOZO ATTY. RAMEL MURIA Member/Discipline Office Head Member/Adviser Department Chair, Legal Management DR. ERICKSON E. MARTINEZ Chair/DSS Approved by: MS. VIOLETA RAMIREZ Vice Chancellor, Mission BR. JOAQUIN MARTINEZ FSC. DMin President and Chancellor College Student Protection Policy
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College Student Handbook 221 Flowchart Student Protection Policy Student or witness report complaint with the Faculty or s taff Faculty or Staff receive s report and ask the student or witness to fill-out the Student Protection Incident Report Form Faculty or s taff furnishe s copy of filled out Incident Report Form to the Immediate Superior of the erring employee and to the Director of Student Services Faculty or Staff refer s student (victim) to the Guidance Counselor for counseling Immediate superior verif ies information on the incident report thru interview then assess es if it is a Risk or a Case Neither risk nor case, proper actions will be given to the student by DO Student (victim)
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