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Disciplinary Guidelines

*effective July 1, 2013*


Level 1 (30 Days or less)

• Use of profanity at any Pineville Parks and Recreation facility or event.
· Use of lewd, profane or obscene gestures towards any person(s) at any Pineville Parks and Recreation facility or event.
· Refusal to leave a Pineville Parks and Recreation facility or event after being asked to by staff member or an official.
· Disrespect of supervisor, staff and/or officials.
· Gaining admission to Community Center using someone else’s card. (1st Offense)

Level 2 (30 – 180 Days)

· Use of profanity at any Pineville Parks and Recreation facility or event. (2nd Offense)
· Use of lewd, profane or obscene gestures towards any person(s) at any Pineville Parks and Recreation facility or event.(2nd Offense)
· Disrespect of supervisor, staff, and/or officials. (2nd Offense)
· Gaining admission to Community Center using someone else’s card. (2st Offense)
· Fighting (no physical harm caused)

Level 3 (180 Days – 2 years)

· Refusal to leave a Pineville Parks and Recreation facility or event after being asked to be an official or a staff member(2nd Offense)
· Possession of or under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol.
· Use of profanity at any Pineville Parks and Recreation Department or event. (3rd Offense)
· Use of lewd, profane or obscene gestures towards and person(s) at any Pineville Parks and Recreation Department facility or event.(3rd Offense)
· Disrespect of supervisor, staff, and/or officials. (3rd Offense)
· Fighting (mild physical harm)
· Threatening any Pineville Parks and Recreation Staff. (1st Offense)

Level 4 (2 years – permanent)

· Possession of firearms. (Permanent)
· Threatening any Pineville Parks and Recreation Staff. (2nd Offense)
· Under the influence of alcohol or drugs (minimum 2 yrs.)
· Possession of illegal drugs (minimum 2 yrs.)
· Vandalism of Facility or Equipment (2 yrs.)
· Fighting (extreme violence) (minimum 2 yrs.)
· Disrespect of supervisor, staff, and/or officials. (4th Offense – permanent)

If at any time during a suspension an individual is caught in direct violation their time starts over from the date of their violation.