Revised October 25, 2016
After investigating, the Eboard will notify the person(s) involved, and then report their decision to the Corporation with twelve days notice including action to be taken. Any Eboard member involved will be automatically recused from participating in the investigation and decision. The confidentiality of other person(s) involved in the complaint including those making the request will be protected in this report. If the only action taken is a warning (whether verbal or written), the Eboard may vote to keep the name(s) of the person(s) warned confidential in the report given at the meeting. If no action is taken, the confidentiality of all person(s) involved in the complaint will be protected in this report. No matter what action is taken, no names will be published in Mentor nor elsewhere in public and restricted as much as possible after the report to those with a need to know. Possible actions include but are not limited to a ban from attending, volunteering, staffing, or otherwise participating for a number of year(s) or permanently. If the Membership wishes to overturn this decision of the EBoard under bylaw 4.4, a motion to do so shall be in order only during New Business of the corporate meeting at which this decision is reported or the corporate meeting immediately after. After that, the decision is binding on future events but may be appealed to the EBoard after at least one year. Such appeals will be heard by the then current Eboard and will be handled in the same fashion as original requests.
Revocation of convention membership because of actions at or involving the current year's convention is up to the Convention Chair or their designee. Revocation of membership because of actions not involving the current year's convention should always use this process. A Convention Chair may always choose that they do not wish a particular person or person(s) working on their con.
Based on their review of the incident reports, the committee shall bring complaints as needed to the Eboard for investigation and possible disciplinary action.
Incident reports are not to be shared with other people or organizations other than the people in Arisia who take the reports or participate in the investigation. Actions taken as a result of the report can be shared with others under the restrictions given elsewhere in corporate policies. Incident reports that are referred to the Eboard are handled in accordance with the Disciplinary Policy above.
The Arisia Code-of-Conduct is included by reference as a corporate policy, and may only be changed via the same mechanisms which are allowed to change corporate policy.
The Convention Committee is required to establish and document a procedure that is publicly accessible for taking incident reports, including but not limited to violations of Arisia's code of conduct, during the convention.
The procedure will support the following:
In cases where it is possible for an offense to be redressed and where the people making complaints would like such an action, we will if possible help this to occur
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