2021 TMCC Annual Security Report

For Students: a. Issuing a mutual no-contact directive(s); b. Providing an escort to ensure safe movement between classes and activities; c. Not sharing classes or extracurricular activities; d. Moving to a different residence hall; e. Providing written information regarding institution and community services including but not limited to medical, counseling and academic support services, such as tutoring; f. Providing extra time to complete or re-take a class or withdraw from a class without an academic or financial penalty; g. Taking a leave of absence; h. Restricting to online classes; i. Providing information regarding campus transportation options; j. Reviewing any disciplinary actions taken against the complainant or the respondent to see if there is a connection between the sexual misconduct and the misconduct that may have resulted in the complainant or the respondent being disciplined; and k. Requiring the parties to report any violations of these restrictions. For Employees: l. Providing an escort to ensure safe movement between work area and/or parking lots/other campus locations; m. Issuing a mutual no-contact directive(s); n. Placement on leave; o. Transfer to a different area/department or shift in order to eliminate or reduce further business/social contact; p. Providing information regarding campus transportation options; q. Instructions to stop the conduct; r. Providing information regarding institution and community services including medical, counseling and Employee Assistance Program; s. Reassignment of duties; t. Changing the supervisory authority; and u. Directing the parties to report any violations of these restrictions. All institution administrators, academic and administrative faculty, and staff are responsible for carrying out the supportive measures and remedies. Supportive measures and remedies may include restraining orders, or similar lawful orders issued by the institution, criminal, civil or tribal courts. Supportive measures and remedies will be confidential to the extent that such confidentiality will not impair the effectiveness of such measures or remedies. Remedies may also include review and revision of institution sexual misconduct policies, increased monitoring, supervision or security at locations where incidents have been reported; and increased and/or targeted education and prevention efforts. Any supportive measures or remedies shall be monitored by the Title IX Coordinator throughout the entire process to assess whether the supportive measures or remedies meet the goals of preventing harassment or discrimination, protecting the safety of the parties, restoring access to the institution’s education programs and activities, and preventing retaliatory conduct. In responding to allegations of sexual harassment, an institution shall not restrict rights protected under the U.S. Constitution, including the First Amendment, Fifth Amendment, and Fourteenth Amendment. 36

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