WSR 03-13-082




[ Filed June 16, 2003, 11:44 a.m. ]

Original Notice.

Preproposal statement of inquiry was filed as WSR 03-09-094.

Title of Rule: Adopt new chapter 132Q-07 WAC; repeal chapters 132Q-03, 132Q-04, 132Q-05 and 132Q-06 WAC; and amend, repeal and adopt new sections to chapters 132Q-94 and 132Q-108 WAC.

Purpose: Repealing 132Q-03-005 Grounds for ineligibility, 132Q-03-010 Right to brief adjudicative procedure, 132Q-03-020 Brief adjudicative procedure, 132Q-03-030 Decision, 132Q-04-010 Purpose for adoption of student rules, 132Q-04-020

Definitions, 132Q-04-030 Jurisdiction, 132Q-04-031 Prohibited conduct, 132Q-04-076 Hazing prohibited, 132Q-04-077 Penalties for hazing, 132Q-04-078 Sanctions for impermissible conduct not amounting to hazing, 132Q-04-097 Eligibility for clinical programs, 132Q-04-160 Purpose of disciplinary actions, 132Q-04-170 Initiation of prosecution, 132Q-04-180 Initial disciplinary proceedings, 132Q-04-190 Appeals, 132Q-04-200 Composition of college disciplinary committee, 132Q-04-210 Brief adjudicative proceeding, 132Q-04-220 Conduct of disciplinary proceedings, 132Q-04-230 Evidence admissible in proceedings, 132Q-04-240 Decision by the committee, 132Q-04-250 Final decision regarding appeal of disciplinary committee action, 132Q-04-260 Disciplinary action, 132Q-04-270 Readmission after dismissal, 132Q-04-280 Reporting, recording and maintenance of records, 132Q-05-010 Purpose of summary suspension rules, 132Q-05-020 Definitions, 132Q-05-030 Jurisdiction, 132Q-05-033 Authority to suspend, 132Q-05-036 Conduct at college functions, 132Q-05-040 Initiation of summary suspension proceedings, 132Q-05-050 Notice of summary proceedings, 132Q-05-060 Procedures of summary suspension proceeding, 132Q-05-070 Decision by vice-president, 132Q-05-080 Notice of suspension, 132Q-05-090 Suspension for failure to appear, 132Q-05-100 Appeal, 132Q-05-110 Summary suspension proceedings not duplicitous, 132Q-05-120 Reporting, recording and maintenance of records, 132Q-06-010 Confidentiality of student records, 132Q-06-015 Definition of a student, 132Q-06-016 Definition of personally identifiable information, 132Q-06-020 Education records -- Student's right to inspect, 132Q-06-025 Requests and appeal procedures, 132Q-06-030 Release of personally-identifiable records, 132Q-06-035 College records and 132Q-06-040 Records committee, to consolidate student rules into one chapter.

Repealing WAC 132Q-04-100 Right of assembly, 132Q-04-105 Other punishable acts, 132Q-04-110 Commercial activities, 132Q-04-120 Outside speakers, 132Q-04-130 Trespass, 132Q-04-140 Distribution of materials and 132Q-04-150 Right to demand identification, to consolidate general campus conduct rules into one chapter.

New sections WAC 132Q-07-010 Authority to demand identification, 132Q-07-020 Right of assembly, 132Q-07-030 Outside speakers, 132Q-07-040 Distribution of materials, 132Q-07-050 Commercial activities and 132Q-07-060 Trespass, to consolidate general campus conduct rules into one chapter.

New sections WAC 132Q-20-005 Definitions; repealing WAC 132Q-20-020 Definitions; and amending WAC 132Q-20-010 Purpose and jurisdiction for adopting rules, 132Q-20-040 Permits required for vehicles on campus, 132Q-20-050 Authorization for issuance of permits, 132Q-20-060 Valid permits, 132Q-20-070 Display of permits, 132Q-20-080 Transfer of permits, 132Q-20-090 Permit revocation, 132Q-20-110 Right to appeal permit revocation/refusal, 132Q-20-120 Responsibility of permit holder, 132Q-20-130 Designation of parking spaces, 132Q-20-140 Parking within designated spaces, 132Q-20-150 Parking hours, 132Q-20-170 Regulatory signs and directions, 132Q-20-180 Speed limit, 132Q-20-190 Pedestrians' right of way, 132Q-20-200 Special traffic and parking regulations and restrictions authorized, 132Q-20-210 Two-wheeled motor-bikes or bicycles, 132Q-20-220 Report of accidents, 132Q-20-230 Exceptions from traffic and parking restrictions, 132Q-20-240 Enforcement, 132Q-20-250 Issuance of traffic citations, 132Q-20-260 Fines and penalties for students, 132Q-20-265 Fines and penalties for all district employees, 132Q-20-270 Liability of CCS, 132Q-94-010 Declaration of purpose, 132Q-94-020 Rationale, 132Q-94-030 Students' responsibilities, 132Q-94-130 violations, 132Q-94-150 Prohibition of weapons and other dangerous instrumentalities, 132Q-108-010 Adoption of model rules of practice and procedure, 132Q-108-020 Appointment of presiding officers, 132Q-108-040 Application for adjudicative proceeding and 132Q-108-050 Brief adjudicative procedures, housekeeping changes.

New section WAC 132Q-94-160 Prohibition of open flames in college buildings, new rule to prevent candles and/or any other open flames in campus buildings.

Statutory Authority for Adoption: RCW 28B.50.140.

Statute Being Implemented: None.

Summary: To update district rules regulating student conduct, suspension and dismissal procedures, traffic and parking rules, general campus conduct and general safety and health rules.

Reasons Supporting Proposal: To improve district efficiency.

Name of Agency Personnel Responsible for Drafting, Implementation and Enforcement: Connie Stafford Sherman, 501 North Riverpoint Boulevard, P.O. Box 6000, (509) 434-5060.

Name of Proponent: Community Colleges of Spokane, public.

Rule is not necessitated by federal law, federal or state court decision.

Explanation of Rule, its Purpose, and Anticipated Effects: The proposed changes primarily are for housekeeping purposes and district efficiency. Rules repealed are now consolidated in student rights and responsibilities and general campus conduct chapters to create ease of reading and understanding. Various other changes include updating terminology and procedural changes.

Proposal does not change existing rules. The proposal changes do not affect any current rules in substantive manner. Changes are primarily for housekeeping purposes and clarification.

No small business economic impact statement has been prepared under chapter 19.85 RCW. Not required.

RCW 34.05.328 does not apply to this rule adoption. Rules are primarily for internal district operation and are not subject to violation by a nongovernment party.

Hearing Location: 2000 North Greene Street, Spokane, WA 99217, on August 19, 2003, at 8:30 a.m.

Assistance for Persons with Disabilities: Contact Connie Stafford Sherman by August 8, 2003.

Submit Written Comments to: Connie Stafford Sherman, 501 North Riverpoint Boulevard, P.O. Box 6000, Mailstop 1002, Spokane, WA 99217-6000, fax (509) 434-5025, by August 8, 2003.

Date of Intended Adoption: August 19, 2003.

June 12, 2003

Connie Stafford Sherman

Vice Chancellor

Systems Administration

Reviser's note: The material contained in this filing exceeded the page-count limitations of WAC 1-21-040 for appearance in this issue of the Register. It will appear in the 03-14 issue of the Register.

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