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Student Rights & Responsibilities

Section 5000 of the BCC Policies and Procedures governs the right and responsibilities of students. Copies are available in the Library and the Office of Student Services.

Academic Accommodation Students with verified disabilities who may require academic adjustments or auxiliary aids are strongly recommended to contact the Disabled Students Programs and Services (DSPS) Office early to ensure timely provision of services. Students are encouraged to identify themselves to the appropriate instructors to discuss the details and timelines necessary to provide appropriate accommodations. Students enrolled in on-line courses are encouraged to contact the DSPS Office to request academic accommodation. Complaints regarding academic accommodations may be directed to the College's 504 Officer at (760) 252- 2411 ext. 7347.

Academic Honesty Academic honesty is expected from all students at Barstow College. Dishonesty in the classroom or the laboratory, cheating, plagiarism or knowingly furnishing false information to the College are all grounds for discipline.

Campus Security Act The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (Clery Act) requires that all colleges and universities receiving Title IV student aid assistance prepare and distribute an annual report which sets forth its policies on crime prevention issues and gives statistics on the number of specific crimes which occur on campus and the number of arrests on campus for liquor law violation, drug abuse viola- tions and weapon possessions. In addition, the act requires colleges and universities to provide time- ly warnings to the campus community of certain crimes reported to campus security by local law enforcement which may be considered a threat to other students and employees. On an annual basis, this information will be disseminated to students, faculty and staff and made available in the Library and Office of Student Services after September 1 of each year.

Although the College provides security and takes reasonable preventive measures, it is important that students also take reasonable preventive steps to prevent or avoid criminal behavior. The majority of crimes on the campus are crimes of opportunity. This includes theft of private proper- ty such as bicycles, backpacks, books and theft from vehicles. Awareness by members of the cam- pus community is a major factor in reducing these types of crimes. Your willingness to secure your property and report suspicious activities to a staff member or the Switchboard immediately will assist in this endeavor. There is an "Incident Form" available at the Switchboard that will assist us in keeping our campus environment safe. Please make sure that you fill out and report any incidents that you observe.

CRIME

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‘01

‘02

Criminal Homicide

0

0

0

Murder/Manslaughter

0

0

0

Negligent Manslaughter

0

0

0

Rape

0

0

1

Robbery/Theft

2

2

5

Aggravated Assault

2

4

1

Burglary

6

3

0

Motor Vehicle Theft

2

0

0

Arson

2

0

0

Liquor Law Violation Arrests

2

0

0

Drug Abuse Violation Arrests

2

1

0

Weapons Possession Arrests

2

0

0

Other

1

3

3

The following contains only information of crimes reported to the Barstow Police Department. In compiling and publishing these statistics, our intent is to education, inform, and raise aware- ness levels to keep students, staff and visitors vig-

ilant at all times.

Computer Use (AP 3720) Employees and students who use District comput- ers and networks and the information they con- tain, and related resources, have a responsibility not to abuse those resources and to respect the rights of others. Users must respect software copyrights and licenses, respect the integrity of computer-based information resources, refrain

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