Las Positas College | Summer-Fall 2022 Class Schedule

104 regulations adopted by the Board of Trustees are enforced all year. Tickets will be issued for violators. Drivers using College parking lots shall comply with the rules and regulations adopted by the Board of Trustees pursuant to California Vehicle Code, Section 21113. Failure to comply with the parking rules and regulations may result in disciplinary action, the issuance of a parking citation, loss of parking privileges, and/or cause the vehicle to be towed at the owner’s expense. Parking at Las Positas College is by permit only. PARKING PERMITS Parking at Las Positas College is by permit only. Full-term parking permits may be purchased online via CLASS-Web. Daily parking permits may be purchased from parking permit dispensers located in the parking lots. All students and guests must purchase a parking permit for each day. Take notice that certain parking spaces are reserved for College employees and College vehicles. These parking spaces are clearly marked in front of the parking stall. Vehicles parked in a staff or other reserved space without the proper permit will be cited. All vehicles shall be parked clearly within designated parking stalls between the white lines and head-in only. Do not back in or drive through. PETS ON CAMPUS No animals and/or pets of any kind or description are allowed within the boundaries of the college. This restriction also applies to animals and/or pets confined to any vehicle parked within the college boundaries. This policy does not apply to the use of a guide dog, signal dog, or service dog specially trained for assisting a person with a disability. SAFETY ESCORT SERVICES The Office of Campus Safety and Security offers escorts to the campus community to and from the parking lots. To arrange to have an escort accompany you from your classroom or office to your vehicle by dialing (925) 424-1690, or from any College telephone by dialing extension 1690, or by activating a nearby emergency callbox. SEX OFFENDER REGISTRY California law requires sex offenders who are employed, volunteer, are a resident of, or enrolled as a student at an institution of higher education, to register with the Livermore Police Department located at 1110 South Livermore Avenue, Livermore, CA 94550. To search the database of registered sex offenders in California by name or geography, check theMegan’s Law website at https://www. or information concerning registered sex offenders can be obtained from the Livermore Police Department. SMOKING ON CAMPUS Smoking is allowed only within designated smoking areas and is prohibited within 20 feet of a main exit, entrance, or operable window of any campus or District building. Smoking is prohibited inside any indoor area of any campus or District building and inside any District-owned or leased vehicles. Smoking is prohibited in any enclosed place of employment on-campus, including lobbies, lounges, waiting areas, stairwells, and restrooms that are a structural part of any building that is a place of employment. This also applies to electronic cigarettes or other imitation smoking devices. CAMPUS SAFETY & SECURITY STATEMENT FOR NON-SWORN OFFICERS The Chabot-Las Positas Community College District employs security officers with training specific to campus security. STATEMENT OF ENFORCEMENT AUTHORITY The campus safety officer meets the legal definition of a security officer because of appointment pursuant to the California Education Code, Section 70902. The campus safety officer is not a peace officer, but Sections 626 and 627 of the California Penal Code provide special authority for school security officers to make an arrest if the perpetrator fails to leave the College grounds after being directed to do so. In addition to this authority, campus safety officers can arrest for any misdemeanor or felony committed within their presence, but must use section 837 of the California Penal Code – arrest by a private person – to accomplish the arrest. Campus safety officers derive additional authority from Section 21113(a) of the California Vehicle Code. This section covers parking on school property. Officers can issue citations for violations of District Parking Regulations using this section. TIMELY WARNING In an effort to provide timely notice to the campus community in the event of a Clery Act crime that may pose a serious or on-going threat to members of the community, Las Positas College Office of Campus Safety and Security will issue out a “Timely Warning.” The Office of Campus Safety and Security will generally issue these warnings for the following crimes: criminal homicide; sexual assaults; robbery; aggravated assault; arson; burglary; and hate crimes. The Office of Campus Safety and Security will post these warnings through a variety of ways including, but not limited to, e-mail messages, posters or bulletins, and class discussions. The purpose of these warnings is to notify the campus community of the incident and to provide information that may enable community members to protect themselves from similar incidents. The Office of Campus Safety and Security will issue these warnings whenever the following criteria are met: 1. A crime is committed; 2. The perpetrator has not been apprehended; and 3. There is a substantial and on-going risk to the physical safety of other members of the campus community because of this crime. Such crimes include, but are not limited to: Clery Act crimes that are reported to any campus security authority or the local police; or when the college determines that the incident represents an on-going threat to the campus community. Additionally, the Office of Campus Safety and Security may, in some circumstances, issue warnings when there is a pattern of crimes against persons or property. The Campus Safety Supervisor or designee will generally make the determination, in consultation with the President, if a warning is required. However, in emergency situations, any Campus Safety Officer may authorize a Clery Timely Warning. For incidents involving off-campus crimes, the college may issue a Crime Advisory if the crime occurred in a location used and frequented by the college population. Clery Timely Warnings are sent out to the campus community via the Everbridge system. If you have an

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