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Workplace & Campus Violence


IF THE THREAT OF VIOLENCE IS IMMEDIATE, please contact SMC's Police Department at (310) 434-4300 or dial 911

 

SMC's Commitment

SMC PROHIBITS WORKPLACE AND CAMPUS VIOLENCE and strongly promotes civility in the workplace. The District is committed to maintaining a safe, collegial environment in which fear, intimidation and bullying will not be tolerated. Treating others with civility and respect and refusing to perpetuate or tolerate bullying behavior are expected performance standards of administrators, management, faculty, staff, volunteers and students as well as vendors, independent contractors and visitors to the College.

Board Policy & Administrative Regulation

The following Board Policy articulates SMC's commitment to preventing and addressing workplace and campus violence:

The following Administrative Regulation articulates the processes created by the District to prevent and address workplace and campus violence:

Making a Complaint

A complaint regarding alleged workplace or campus violence or bullying may be made verbally or in writing.

1. Verbal Complaint:

A verbal complaint may be made to any of the following persons:

    • Manager or supervisor
    • Sandy S. Chung, Assistant Director, Human Resources, chung_sandy@smc.edu
    • SMC's Superintendent/President

2. Written Complaint:

Fill out a complaint form. Use the following form to make a written complaint:

Submit the written complaint to any of the following persons:

    • Sandy S. Chung, Assistant Director, Human Resources, chung_sandy@smc.edu
    • SMC's Superintendent/President

For additional information or if you have questions, please contact:

Sandy S. Chung, Assistant Director of Human Resources – 310-434-4170/chung_sandy@smc.edu

Ribhalin Kharpuri-Chavel, H.R. Analyst, Employee & Labor Relations – 310-434-4225/ kharpuri_ribhalin@smc.edu