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  • Standards of Conduct
    • Levels of Conduct
      • Class I
      • Class II
      • Class III
    • Maximum Allowable Demerits
      • 1/c 150 demerits
      • 2/c 200 demerits
      • 3/c 250 demerits
      • 4/c 300 demerits
    Conduct System
  • Demerits
    • Administrative points that count against your Performance Evaluation
    • Accompany Class I, II, and III offenses
    View slide
    • Conduct Warning
      • A cadet who:
        • Exceeds 50% of max allowable demerits for the Conduct Year
        • Found in violation of 2 to 5 Class I offenses during his/her Cadet Career
    Conduct Deficiency Warning View slide
    • Conduct Probation
      • A cadet who:
        • Receives in excess of 75% of max allowable demerits for the Conduct Year
          • Shall be recommended for Suitability for Service Probation
    Conduct Deficiency Warning
  • Conduct Deficiency Warning
    • Conduct Probation
      • A cadet who:
        • Receives in excess of 75% of max allowable demerits for the Conduct Year
          • Shall be recommended for Suitability for Service Probation
  • Class III
    • Counts against MPL
    • Excessive accumulation of Class III demerits will result in a Class II offense
  • Class III (con’t)
    • Primarily used as a form of documentation
    • Example
      • Room conditions (more than 3 discrepancies)
      • Unauthorized absence from formation
      • Leaving light on in room when absent
      • Chewing gum while in uniform
      • Profanity
      • Valuables not secured
  • Class II
    • Used for more serious offenses
    • Light and Heavy Class II
      • 7 or 14 days of restriction
      • 2 or 4 work hours
      • 1 or 2 marching tours
  • Class II (con’t)
    • Absence from military obligation (clinic appointment, lecture, drill)
    • Violation of Acceptable Use Policy
    • Unauthorized use of Electrical Appliances
    • Uniform (dilapidated/mutilated) not to standard
    • Grooming (shaving and haircut or the lack thereof)
    • Example: 30-4-2~30 demerits, 4 work hours, 2 marching tours
  • Class I
    • Honor
    • Alcohol
    • Fraternization
    • Unauthorized Absence
    • Civilian Clothing
    • Failure to use good Judgment
    • 46 total Class I Offenses
  • Class I
    • Consequences
      • Disenrollment
      • Suitability for Service Probation
      • Administrative Restriction
      • Room Restriction
      • Marching Tours
      • Work Hours
      • Additional Instruction periods (EMI)
      • Loss of Leave
  • Class I (con’t)
    • Loss of class privileges
    • Reduction in class rank
    • Loss of Star(s)
    • Loss of leave/liberty
    • Suspension from Intercollegiate Sports
    • Club Sports and Activities
  • Class I Disposition
    • Investigation conducted by Preliminary Inquiry Officer (1/c Cadet)
    • Masts:
      • Commandant of Cadets (Honor)
      • Assistant Commandant of Cadets (Alcohol)
      • Regimental Commander (Unauthorized use of Motor Vehicle)
      • Company Commander (Late from Leave)
  • Administrative Remarks
    • Negative Page 7’s:
      • Documentation of poor performance
    • Positive Page 7’s
      • Documentation of recognition for outstanding performance in a particular task
    • Comments on ACADIS:
      • upper-class may comment on your military performance
  • Keeping a Clean Record
    • Internalize Core Values
    • Know the Cadet Regulations
    • If you’re not sure ASK
    • Remember military courtesies
    • Develop personal character
    • Guard your Integrity
    • What is your first Duty?
    • Fifth Law of the Navy
    • “ On the strength of one link in the cable,
    • dependth the might of the chain.
    • Who knows when thou may'st be tested,
    • so live that thou bearest the strain.”