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The "Student Code of Conduct " is published annually.
The Board of Regents for the Nevada System of Higher Education have given authority to each NSHE campus to establish their individual student codes of conduct, regulations and procedures.
After more than 150 years of service to the community, the members of this department continue to protect and serve the citizens well into the 21st century. We not only have several divisions within the Police Department, but there are a variety of community based programs that are provided, as well..
(List is not all inclusive) • Crises Intervention Team (CIT) – A Law enforcement initiative implemented in strong collaboration with mental health and emergency medicine organizations, that recruit, train and support police officers to respond effectively when individuals are experiencing acute psychiatric distress.
In this case, an order preventing the alleged abuser from visiting the victim's home, school, or place of employment.
This will give the victim their privacy, but may give the opportunity for contact in public spaces.
The following information was taken directly from the Nevada state legislation website at NRS 200.364 Definitions.
As used in NRS 200.364 to 200.3774, inclusive, unless the context otherwise requires: 1.
Setting off a fire alarm for reasons other than actual fire or emergency; involvement in setting or causing any unauthorized fire in or on university property. The unauthorized possession, loan or distribution of keys, pass cards or University I. The reproduction, manufacture or duplication of any key, pass card, University I. card or unlocking device for use on university facilities or locks without proper authorization. Abuse, unauthorized use, or theft of University computer facilities and resources, including but not limited to: (a) unauthorized entry into or transfer of, a file to use, read, or change the contents or for any other purpose; and/or a violation of copyright laws; (b) use of another individual's identification and/or password; (c) interfering with the work of another student, faculty member or University official, or with the normal operation of the University computing system; or, (d) violating the University's Standards of Conduct for the Use of University Computers. Violation of university policies and regulations governing residence in University owned or controlled property, and access to and use of all University facilities, including responsibility for the conduct of guests. Making an accusation that is intentionally false or is made with reckless disregard for the truth against any member of the University community by filing a complaint or charges under this Code or with the Title IX/Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Office. Willful incitement of individuals to commit any of the acts herein prohibited. Use, possession, or distribution of alcoholic beverages without authorization (except as expressly permitted by University regulations, such as the "Alcoholic Beverage Policy"), or public intoxication.
(c) If the crime is committed against a child under the age of 14 years and does not result in substantial bodily harm to the child, by imprisonment in the state prison for life with the possibility of parole, with eligibility for parole beginning when a minimum of 20 years has been served. A person who commits a sexual assault against a child under the age of 16 years and who has been previously convicted of: (a) A sexual assault pursuant to this section or any other sexual offense against a child; or (b) An offense committed in another jurisdiction that, if committed in this State, would constitute a sexual assault pursuant to this section or any other sexual offense against a child, is guilty of a category A felony and shall be punished by imprisonment in the state prison for life without the possibility of parole. For the purpose of this section, “other sexual offense against a child” means any act committed by an adult upon a child constituting: (a) Incest pursuant to NRS 201.180; (b) Lewdness with a child pursuant to NRS 201.230; (c) Sado-masochistic abuse pursuant to NRS 201.262; or (d) Luring a child using a computer, system or network pursuant to NRS 201.560, if punished as a felony.
(Added to NRS by 1977, 1626; A 1991, 612; 1995, 1186; 1997, 1179, 1719; 1999, 431; 2003, 2825; 2005, 2874) NRS 200.368 Statutory sexual seduction: Penalties.
(b) If no substantial bodily harm to the victim results, by imprisonment in the state prison for life with the possibility of parole, with eligibility for parole beginning when a minimum of 10 years has been served. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 4, a person who commits a sexual assault against a child under the age of 16 years is guilty of a category A felony and shall be punished: (a) If the crime results in substantial bodily harm to the child, by imprisonment in the state prison for life without the possibility of parole.
(b) Except as otherwise provided in paragraph (c), if the crime does not result in substantial bodily harm to the child, by imprisonment in the state prison for life with the possibility of parole, with eligibility for parole beginning when a minimum of 20 years has been served.