Community College Ban on “Verbal Forms of Aggression … Harassment, Ridicule or Intimidation” Is Unconstitutionally Vague,
From today’s Report and Recommendations by Magistrate Judge Christopher D. Baker (E.D. Cal.) in Johnson v. Watkin:
BP 3050 serves as the [Kern Community College] District’s policy on “Institutional Code of Ethics.” BP 3050 provides that “all associates in the District, faculty, students, management, classified staff, and trustees, as well as volunteers and vendors, each bear personal responsibility for their own ethical behavior and for the ethical statute of our organization.” BP 3050 requires “that [the community] conduct [itself] with civility in all circumstances of [their] professional lives” and does “not participate in or accept, condone, or tolerate physical or verbal forms of aggression, threat, harassment,
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