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This policy applies to all Middlebury faculty, staff, students, volunteers, and third parties who supervise or otherwise interact with minors on Middlebury property or in connection with any Middlebury program. Program: Includes but is not limited to camps, sports clinics, classes, events, workshops, athletic competitions, fundraisers, community-based programs, employment at Middlebury, campus temporary housing, admissions programs and, in the case of an enrolled minor-student, all normal Middlebury activities and programs.

Minors who are on campus with one or both of their parents, legal guardians or other adult individual s and who are not actively participating in a Middlebury program at the time of an event or incident that is covered by this policy are deemed to be under the care, custody, supervision and control of said parent s , guardian s or adult individual s.

Middlebury will not attempt or endeavor to care for, protect or control such minors, on the assumption that those duties are being performed by their parents, guardians, or other responsible adult s. If Middlebury receives a report of alleged prohibited behavior under this policy that involves such a minor and an individual over whom Middlebury has some measure of control, Middlebury will endeavor to undertake an investigation and to take appropriate remedial action.

Program Sponsor: The department, club, organization, student, faculty, staff person, volunteer, or third party sponsoring the program. Authorized Adult: Students, faculty, staff, volunteers, or third parties who have been background checked and approved to supervise or otherwise interact with minors. All program sponsors, authorized adults, or any other individual who supervises or interacts with minors on Middlebury property or in connection with Middlebury programs are expected to conduct themselves appropriately and maintain the highest standards of professionalism, ethics, and personal behavior.

Criminal background checks will be performed on all new full-time and part-time benefits-eligible candidates prior to their employment at Middlebury. Other part-time candidates will be subject to criminal background checks if warranted by their specific job responsibilities. In all cases, the following individuals must be criminal background checked and approved before they may work directly with any minor who participates in any Middlebury program or any program that occurs on Middlebury property:. Exception: This section does not apply to current employees, students, volunteers or other third parties who:.

These ratios do not apply to sports-related events, camps, practices or games involving children who are between 12 and 18 years old. In those circumstances, a reasonable level of supervision appropriate to the activity is required and approval must be obtained from the appropriate Middlebury department i.

All participants in events including minors must complete a release form , which is available online at the Business Services Office and the parent or legal guardian must the form on behalf of the minor. At least one authorized adult must be present when minors are dropped off and picked up. A procedure must be in place to ensure that the person who picks up the minor is authorized to do so. Only those who have a legitimate need to know should have access to information about minors.

Otherwise, information about minors should not be disclosed e. Any person who has reasonable cause to believe that has been abused or neglected or that anyone has engaged in prohibited conduct involving as defined in Section 3 of this policy should contact the Department of Public Safety Under Vermont law 33 V.

Individuals with mandatory reporting obligations are listed below. A mandatory reporter as defined under Vermont law who fails to report as required above may be subject to fines or imprisonment see 33 V. In addition to the above mandated reporters, Vermont law provides that any other person who has reasonable cause to believe that has been abused or neglected may report or cause a report to be made to DCF in accordance with 33 V. Any person other than a person suspected of child abuse, who in good faith makes a report to the Department shall be immune from any civil or criminal liability which might otherwise be incurred or imposed as a result of making the report see 33 V.

A person may not refuse to make a report required by law on the grounds that making the report would violate a privilege or disclose a confidential communication, except that a member of the clergy shall not be required to make a report under 33 V. When a member of the clergy receives information about abuse or neglect of in a manner other than as described above, he or she is required to report on the basis of that information even though he or she may have also received a report of abuse or neglect about the same person or incident in the manner described in the paragraph.

Reports shall be made orally or in writing to DCF. Reports shall contain the name and address or other contact information of the reporter as well as the names and addresses of the child and the parents or other persons responsible for the child's care, if known; the age of the child; the nature and extent of the child's injuries together with any evidence of abuse and neglect of the child or the child's siblings; and any other information that might be helpful in establishing the cause of the injuries or reasons for the neglect as well as in protecting the child and assisting the family see 33 V.

The name of and any identifying information about either the person making the report to DCF or any person mentioned in the report shall be confidential unless:. Mandatory state law reporting requirements applicable to Middlebury programs in California, New Mexico, and Washington, D. CSAs include the following individuals:. Director of Community Standards Asst. Director of Res. A crime is reported when it is brought to the attention of a CSA, and the report is made in good faith.

The crime must be reported by a CSA whether or not the individuals involved are members of the Middlebury community. The following crimes must be reported:. CSAs must also report arrests and referrals for campus disciplinary action for liquor law violations, drug law violations, and weapons law violations e. Retaliating directly or indirectly against a person who has in good faith made a report under this policy or participated in an investigation is prohibited. Retaliation includes but is not limited to ostracizing the person, pressuring the person to drop or not support the complaint or to provide false or misleading information, or engaging in conduct that may reasonably be perceived to affect adversely that person's educational, living, or work environment.

Depending on the circumstances, retaliation may also be unlawful, regardless of whether the complaint is ultimately found to have merit. Main St. Middlebury, VT Middlebury Police or Vermont State Police Vermont Department of Children and Families 24 hour hotline: 1. Vermont State Police Johns College Security Department Box Santa Fe, NM California Department of Social Services Child and Family Services Agency SAFE or Under California law, Cal.

A complete list of mandated reporters is provided in California Penal Code section California Penal Code sections g , There are certain exceptions to the mandatory reporting requirement based on privilege. A clergy member who acquires evidence during a penitential communication is not required to report. Reports shall contain the name, business address, and telephone of the mandated reporter and the capacity that makes the person a mandated reporter. The identity of the person making the report shall be confidential and disclosed only among agencies receiving and investigating mandated reports, to the prosecutor in a criminal proceeding or appointed counsel, unless the person reporting waives confidentiality or disclosure is required by court order.

Under New Mexico law, N. The report must be made immediately to a local law enforcement agency, the Children, Youth, and Families Department, or a trial law enforcement or social services agency for any Indian child residing in an Indian county. A person may not refuse to make a report required by law on the grounds that making the report would be privileged as a matter of law, except for a member of the clergy. Reports shall contain the name, address, and telephone of the reporter.

A person reporting an instance of alleged child neglect or abuse is immune from civil or criminal liability, unless the person reporting acted in bad faith or with malicious purpose. Under Washington D. Whenever a person is required to report in his or her capacity as a member of the staff of a school, she or he shall immediately notify the person in charge of the institution, or his or her deated agent, who shall then be required to make the report. This requirement does not relieve the staff-member of his or her obligation to make a report to the Metropolitan Police Department of the District of Columbia or the Child and Family Services Agency.

In addition to the above mandated reporters, Washington D. The Washington D. The report shall contain include:. If the reporter was required to report under Washington D. Washington D. State v. The New Mexico Supreme Court has decided to review this question.

Strauch , P. Middlebury-Wide Policies A. General Principles B. Non-Discrimination Policies C. Threat Assessment and Response Policy C. Emergency Removals Policy C. Demonstration Regulations C. Minors on Campus Policy C.

Weapons Policy C. Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs C. No Smoking Policy D.

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