Student Services Manual (SSM)

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SSM 104–02 Table

For Immediately Threatening Situations

If threatened on campus by a disruptive individual’s conduct to the point of reasonable fear of immediate personal injury or property damage, a student, ASU employee, or guest should immediately leave the area of the disruptive individual(s) and call the ASU Police Department (ASU PD) to request that an officer come to the location. ASU PD should be informed if the incident is a repeat occurrence. ASU employees should also notify their immediate supervisors.

If the incident involves an individual who may be identified as a member of the ASU student body, the threatened student, ASU employee, or guest should contact the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities and report the incident.

If the incident involves an individual who may be identified as a member of the ASU faculty or staff, the threatened student, ASU employee, or guest should contact the ASU Employee Assistance Office.

For All Other Situations

If confronted on campus by a disruptive individual’s conduct that may be harassing or interferes with university-related duties or activities but is not immediately threatening, a student, ASU employee, or guest should request that the disruptive individual(s) leave and call ASU PD to request that an officer come to the location. ASU PD should be informed if the incident is a repeat occurrence. ASU employees should also notify their immediate supervisors.

If the incident involves an individual who may be identified as a member of the ASU student body, the threatened student, ASU employee, or guest should contact the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities and report the incident.

If the incident involves an individual who may be identified as a member of the ASU faculty or staff, the threatened student, ASU employee, or guest should contact the Office of Equity and Inclusion, Human Resources.

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