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Required Staff Harassment Training Required Staff Harassment Training Presentation Transcript

  • Puyallup School District Anti-harassment Training Policies 3211 & 3207 Overview of the Office of Diversity Affairs
  • PSD Anti-harassment Policies
    • Policy 3211 – Harassment: Racial and other Forms
    • Policy 3207 – Harassment, Intimidation, and Bullying
  • Overview of Policy Provisions
    • Definition of harassment
    • Some examples of harassing behavior
    • Discussion of racial harassment
    • Discussion of sexual harassment
    • Applicability of policy
    • Procedures
    • Disciplinary actions
  • What is Harassment?
    • Policy 3211 - Behavior that is directed at a person or group of people based on race, gender, national origin, religion, age, marital status, disability, or any other “protected class”.
    • Policy 3207 – Expanded definition
  • Discussion
    • What types of harassment, discrimination, intimidation, and/or bullying do you think students experience today?
  • Some examples of harassing behavior
    • Abusive language
    • Taunting
    • Slurs
    • Inappropriate jokes, pictures, and gestures
    • Threats
    • Exclusion from activities
    • Slogans
    • Inappropriate physical contact, bullying, and intimidation
  • Discussion
    • Where do you think harassing behavior might occur?
  • Some examples of where harassment occurs
    • 80% occurs outside the presence of staff
    • District is responsible for what we know or what we should know
    • Make yourself aware of your surroundings – environmental scan
    • Empower students
  • What is racial harassment?
    • Behavior based on race or color which has the intent or impact of limiting a person’s ability to participate in or benefit from educational services, activities, and privileges
    • Behavior that creates a “hostile environment”
  • What is sexual harassment?
    • Unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature.
    • Hostile environment.
    • May include:
      • Advances
      • Requests for sexual favors
      • Touching
      • Comments, slurs, remarks
  • Applicability of policy
    • Policy 3211 applies to:
      • Students,
      • Staff,
      • Administrators,
      • Parents,
      • Volunteers,
      • Vendors …..
  • Process involved if a violation is alleged
    • Building/Site Level Administrator:
      • Immediately forward information to Administrator
      • Building/Site Level investigation and/or resolution
      • Forward to District Compliance Officer when appropriate
    • District Compliance Officer:
      • Larry Sera, Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources
      • Formal Investigation and/or resolution
      • Maintain records
    • Office of Diversity Affairs:
      • Resource and Ombudsperson
      • Maintain records in conjunction with Compliance Officer
  • Possible consequences for violating Policy 3211
    • Malicious harassment may be reported to law enforcement
    • Students:
      • Discipline which may include suspension and/or expulsion depending on mitigating factors
      • Mandatory training
    • Staff/Administrators:
      • Appropriate progressive disciplinary action depending on severity of misconduct
    • Vendors/Volunteers/Others:
      • Termination of services
      • Required to leave PSD property
  • Retaliation Provision
    • A person who initiates a complaint under Policy 3211 and/or participates in the investigation of a complaint will not be retaliated against!
    • Building Administrators and staff will take appropriate precautions to protect students from retaliation!
  • Who can I contact if I have more questions?
    • Building/Site Level Administrator
    • Almai Malit-Idler or Glenn E. Malone
    • District Compliance Officer:
      • Larry Sera,
      • Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources
    • Office of Diversity Affairs:
      • Gerald Denman,
      • Director of the Office of Diversity Affairs
      • 253-840-8966
  • Discussion
    • What can we do as individuals and as a staff to decrease incidents of harassment, intimidation, and/or bullying at our site?