Removal or attempted removal of library materials or property from the library without authorization.
Mutilation of library materials or files by marking, underlining, removing pages or portions of pages, removing binding or staples, removing security devices, tampering electronically or in any other way defacing or damaging library property.
Deliberately concealing or misfiling library materials in the library for the exclusive use of an individual or group.
Refusal to abide by the Library's regulations regarding the return of material and payment of fines or penalties. These would include penalties for lost or damaged items. Any disturbance or behaviour that interferes with normal library use. See inappropriate behaviour outlined above.
Access or use of any restricted library facilities, equipment or service without proper permission by authorized personnel.
Access or use of any restricted area of the library.
Remaining in the library after closing or when requested to leave during an emergency exercise.
Refusal to abide by regulations pertaining to health, safety and security.
Persons who violate these rules will be brought before a disciplinary committee.
Disciplinary action will be carried out in accordance with the rules and regulations of the SALCC governing student conduct and behaviour.
These actions can and will include suspension for a day, week, month or semester depending on the seriousness of the misdemeanor.
Anyone who believes a breach has been committed under these regulations may initiate a complaint with the College Librarian.
Wherever possible and appropriate moral suasion shall be used to resolve issues of individual behaviour before resort is made to more formal disciplinary action.
Generally the College Librarian will deal with breaches of the regulations using the authority given by virtue of the office. In cases of persistent breaches of regulations, the Librarian will generally consider whether the conduct constitutes behaviour prohibited under the College disciplinary policies.