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«Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training ATTENTION STUDENT: BRING THE COMPLETE SET OF RULES AND REGULATIONS WITH YOU ON YOUR ACADEMY ...»

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Oregon Department of Public Safety

Standards and Training

ATTENTION STUDENT:

BRING THE COMPLETE SET OF RULES AND REGULATIONS WITH YOU ON YOUR

ACADEMY REPORTING DATE.

RULES AND REGULATIONS

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Revised: April 21, 2016 SECTION 1

RULES PERTAINING TO ALL INDIVIDUALS ATTENDING TRAINING AT

THE ACADEMY Mission........................................................................ 5 Section 1.1 – Chain of Command.................................................. 5 Section 1.2 – Rules of Conduct – Philosophy........................................ 5 Section 1.3 – Student Relationships................................................ 6 Section 1.4 – Harassment Policy................................................... 6 Section 1.5 – Discrimination...................................................... 7 Section 1.6 – Integrity............................................................ 7 Section 1.7 – Recruitment Prohibited.............................................. 7 Section 1.8 – Offensive Language................................................. 8 Section 1.9 – Alcohol and Drugs................................................... 8 Section 1.11 – Student Withdrawal................................................. 8 Section 1.12 – Counseling........................................................ 8 Section 1.13 – Classroom Hours................................................... 8 Section 1.14 – Health and Safety.................................................. 9 Section 1.15 – Personal Appearance............................................... 9 Section 1.16 – Firearms, Ammunition, and Weapons................................. 9 Section 1.17 – Misuse of Training Equipment...................................... 10 Section 1.18

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Section 1.1 – Chain of Command The Chain of Command is an element of organizational structure that promotes the orderly dissemination of information.

In keeping with common practices in most police agencies, the Department of Public Safety Standards and Training Academy (DPSST) uses a similar Chain of Command.

The Chain of Command will be strictly adhered to at all times. It is posted on the first day of class and students are responsible for understanding its purpose and use. The Chain of Command in the

Academy is as follows:

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NOTE:

All civilian employees of the Department, contracted employees and Directors of Departmental Divisions, while not directly included in the Chain of Command, are to be treated respectfully and professionally at all times.

Section 1.2 – Rules of Conduct – Philosophy A public safety officer is the conspicuous representative of the governments of the United States, the state of Oregon and its’ political subdivisions.

They serve as a symbol of stability and authority upon which our citizens rely. The behavior of public safety officers and students seeking certification as public safety officers may reflect directly on their respective profession. Public safety officers and students must, at all times, conduct themselves in a professional manner and not bring discredit to themselves, the Academy, or their employing department.

DPSST Student Rules & Regulations, Director’s signature required Updated: April 21, 2016 Page 5 The Academy training programs are intended to be an intense learning experience. Students are expected to focus on their studies and skills while maintaining an exemplary standard of conduct.

Students are expected to comply with all rules and regulations of the Academy. Intentional or reckless acts of misconduct or other conduct unbecoming an officer (on duty or off duty) may result in commensurate disciplinary action, up to and including immediate dismissal from the Academy.

Students dismissed due to serious violations and subsequently readmitted after mitigation will be required to begin in a new class and satisfactorily complete the entire program, no exceptions.

Section 1.3 – Students Relationships Academy training requires students to respectfully interact with each other.

Every student is expected and required to fully and actively participate with fellow students, treating them with respect and courtesy at all times. Students attending the Academy often are in committed relationships and must leave families and their significant others behind while engaging in training. Students must respect these relationships and conduct themselves in a manner consistent with how they would expect to be treated if the roles were reversed.





Intimate physical contact of a sexual nature, including but not limited to kissing, hugging, groping, fondling, and rubbing is strictly prohibited on Academy grounds. Students found in violation are subject to disciplinary action up to and including dismissal from the Academy.

Students will immediately report to the Training Division Supervisor any attempt or conduct by a staff member that reasonably appears to be an attempt to establish a personal relationship with the student while the student is attending a DPSST class. Students will not accept offsite accommodation by any staff member for any purpose other than a bona fide emergency so reported to the staff members’ immediate supervisor.

Section 1.4 – Harassment Policy Harassment is strictly prohibited.

Harassment is not limited to verbal or physical activities that are sexual, religious, physical or racial. Verbal or physical conduct implied or overt that could reasonably be construed to demean or have similar effects on another person, group of persons or a person’s employer is prohibited. All persons attending the Academy will treat others with dignity and respect. The DPSST and the Academy will not tolerate harassment and is intended to be a safe environment that is free of unwanted harassment or distractions.

Sexual harassment is defined as unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, or other

verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature, regardless of medium or means, when:

 Submission to such conduct is made either explicitly or implicitly a term or condition of an individual’s continuation in the training program; or  Submission to or rejection of such conduct by an individual is used as the basis for training decisions affecting such individual; or  Such conduct has the purpose or effect of unreasonably interfering with an individual’s training performance or creating an intimidating, hostile, or offensive training environment.

Conduct or communication, regardless of medium or means, that constitute sexual harassment may

include:

 Negative or offensive comments, jokes or suggestions about another employee’s gender or sexuality  Obscene or lewd sexual comments, jokes, suggestions, or innuendos  Slang, names, or labels such as “Honey”, “Sweetie”, “Boy”, “Girl”, that others find offensive

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Unwelcome conduct or communications, regardless of medium or means, that may constitute other

forms of harassment include but are not limited to:

 Comments, jokes, names, suggestions or innuendos meant to disgrace or ridicule another person’s physical size, condition, physical or mental handicap or appearance  Comments, jokes, names, suggestions or innuendos meant to disgrace or ridicule another person’s political ideology, creed, religion, ancestry or national origin  Referring to another person by slang or other derogatory name that is intended to demean or call attention to another person’s actual or perceived shortcomings, physical or academic performance, employing agency or employment status, rank, class position, or class status  Unwanted use of offensive or objectionable language  Hazing in any form, whatsoever A complaint is defined as an accusation of harassment based on unwelcome behaviors. Anyone may initiate a complaint. Complaints may be oral or written. Such complaints may be made to the Class Training Coordinator, and Academy staff or Instructor, the Director’s office or any supervisor of the student’s agency.

Section 1.5 – Discrimination DPSST will not tolerate discrimination in any form.

It is the policy of the DPSST to thoroughly investigate and resolve all complaints of discrimination in accordance with applicable laws or regulations, whether initiated from within or from outside the Academy.

A complaint is defined as an accusation of discriminatory practices based on race, creed, color, national origin, age group or gender. Anyone may initiate a complaint. Complaints may be oral or written. Such complaints may be made to the Class Training Coordinator, any Academy staff or Instructor, the Directors office or any supervisor of the student’s agency.

Section 1.6 – Integrity Integrity is essential for any public safety officer.

Cheating and/or lying by any student are considered conduct unbecoming an officer and prima facie (on its’ face) evidence of a lack of moral fitness. Violators will be subject to disciplinary action. Likewise, students having direct or indirect knowledge of cheating, lying or deception of any kind who does not report such activity will also be subject to disciplinary action up to and including dismissal from the academy.

Section 1.7 – Recruitment Prohibited Any student contacted by an outside agency for recruitment purposes will document the contact on a student memorandum and forward the completed document to the Director of Training through the Chain of Command.

Under no circumstances will the Academy be used as a recruiting venue.

Incidents where students solicit or pursue employment changes while in attendance will be viewed as integrity violations and investigated accordingly, unless authorized by the student’s agency.

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Section 1.9 – Alcohol and Drugs The use or possession of alcoholic beverages and/or illicit drugs anywhere on Academy grounds or in its facilities, including the dormitories, is strictly prohibited.

Prescription drugs, prescribed by licensed and authorized medical practitioner will be allowed when:

 The student holds a valid prescription bearing the student’s name on the container label, per state law; and  Any student using prescribed medication(s) will provide in writing, via the Emergency Data Sheet, reasonable data concerning the type of medication(s) and its possible side effects.

Students with any known allergy to medication or substance will document such allergies on the Student Emergency Data Sheet.

The consumption of alcohol in public establishments while wearing any distinctive portion of the Academy uniform or the uniform of any law enforcement agency while assigned to the Academy is prohibited.

Participation in any Academy functions while under the influence of, or with any measurable BAC (blood alcohol concentration) of an alcoholic beverage or illicit drug is prohibited. No student will report for any training function, graduation or activity on Academy grounds with alcohol on his or her breath. Any student reporting to training in this condition will be deemed to have committed a major violation as defined in Section 2.9.

Section 1.11 – Student Withdrawal When a student withdraws due to illness, injury, personal hardship, or good cause otherwise show, the student may be allowed certification after such student has successfully completed a subsequent Academy session, in whole or part, as determined by the Director of Training and the Professional Standards Division.

Section 1.12 – Counseling Any student feeling the need for counseling in relation to either academic or personal problems should contact the Class Training Coordinator for assistance.

It is the responsibility of the student to ask for assistance however, a Class Training Coordinator may refer a student at any time for appropriate counseling as deemed necessary to further the success of the student.

Section 1.13 – Classroom Hours All Basic Academy students are required to assemble for posting of the flags, flag salute and inspection at 0740 hours each weekday morning unless excused by their Class Training Coordinator.

Normally, posting of the flags, flag salute and inspection will be conducted outdoors at the flagpole. At the discretion of the Academy Training Supervisor, posting of the flags, flag salute and inspection may be moved to an alternate location due to inclement weather or other extraordinary circumstances warranting a change of location.

Classes are normally scheduled Monday through Friday, 0800 to 1700 with some exceptions, and report to their classroom or designated area for every scheduled class session, as directed by the

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The Class Training Coordinator may schedule physical or other training outside normal class hours.

This training will be mandatory or optional as designated by the Class Training Coordinator.



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