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DRUG AND ALCOHOL ABUSE PREVENTION PROGRAM HANDBOOK WALLACE COMMUNITY COLLEGE

DRUG AND ALCOHOL ABUSE PREVENTION PROGRAM HANDBOOK WALLACE COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Activities which violate Alabama laws concerning illicit possession, use, and distribution of alcoholic beverages or drugs include, but are not limited to the following. (Those provisions which refer to drug “schedules” are making reference to the authorization by the state legislature for the State Board of Health to classify drugs in terms of their potential for abuse and their current usage in medical treatment. Schedule I consists primarily of “street drugs” such as heroin, morphine, marijuana, LSD, mescaline, etc. Schedule II includes opium, cocaine, and methadone, among other illicit drugs. Schedule III drugs include those which have less potential for abuse than Schedule I or II, and those substances with the least potential for abuse are included in Schedules IV and V. The schedules may be found at Code of Alabama [1975], sec. 20-2-23, et seq.) Fines and/or sentences may change.
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Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program Task Force Biennial Review

Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program Task Force Biennial Review

Alcohol:  Alcohol  consumption  causes  a  number  of  impairments  including  changes  in  behavior  and  normal  body  function.   Even  low  doses  significantly  impair  judgment,  coordination,  mental  function,  thus  increasing  the  risks  of  accidents  and  inju-­‐ ries.  Moderate  to  high  doses  of  alcohol  cause  marked  impairments  in  higher  mental  functions,  severely  altering  a  person’s   ability  to  learn  and  remember  information.  Very  high  doses  taken  acutely  can  cause  respiratory  depression  and  even   death.  Statistics  show  that  alcohol  use  is  involved  in  a  majority  of  violent  behaviors  on  college  campuses,  including  ac-­‐ quaintance  rape,  vandalism  and  fights.  Additional  consequences  include  DUI  arrests  and  serious  or  fatal  car  crashes.  Con-­‐ tinued  abuse  may  lead  to  dependency,  which  can  cause  permanent  damage  to  vital  organs  and  deterioration  of  a  healthy   lifestyle.  
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AMERITECH COLLEGE of HEALTHCARE. Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program Institutions of Higher Education (IHE) Drug Abuse Prevention Program

AMERITECH COLLEGE of HEALTHCARE. Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program Institutions of Higher Education (IHE) Drug Abuse Prevention Program

o   Civil penalties up to $10,000 per violation may be assessed against any individual who knowingly possesses a controlled substance as listed in Section 401 (b) (1) (A) of the Controlled Substances Act, where the amount in possession is determined to be a personal use amount. 21 U.S.C. Section 844a. Where a person at least 18 years of age distributes a controlled substance to any person under 21 years of age, or where a person possesses with intent to distribute, distributes or manufactures a controlled substance in or on, or within 100 feet of a public or private elementary, secondary, vocational or public or private college, junior college or university, or within 100 feet of a playground, youth center, public swimming pool or video arcade facility, the punishment shall be a term of imprisonment of twice the amount of time and a fine of twice the amount above-provided. 21 U.S.C. Sections 859, 860.
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Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program 2015

Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program 2015

In accordance with the Administrative, Professional, and Support Staff Handbook, the illegal use, sale, or possession of alcohol, narcotics, drugs, or controlled substances while on university property or during any university activity is prohibited. Employees who are under the influence of alcohol or drugs, or who possess or consume alcohol or drugs on the job, have the potential for interfering with their own, as well as their co-workers’ safe and efficient job performance. Any university employee who is convicted of any federal or state criminal drug statute for drug related misconduct in the workplace must report the conviction within five (5) days thereafter to the Human Resources office.
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ARMED SERVICES BOARD OF CONTRACT APPEALS

ARMED SERVICES BOARD OF CONTRACT APPEALS

The purpose of this contract is to continue the uninterrupted operation of the CSAP Workplace Helpline and provide toll-free telephone service for business, industry, labor and community-based substance abuse prevention programs. The Helpline will continue to: (1) answer questions from business, industries, unions and community-based substance abuse prevention programs about alcohol and drug abuse and how to eliminate their use at work; (2) provide technical assistance on establishing comprehensive alcohol and drug-free workplace programs that include provisions for a written policy, employee assistance program services, employee education, supervisor training and drug testing; (3) provide pertinent and current publications on these topics; and, (4) refer callers to other sources of additional assistance.
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Moler Barber College. Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Plan. Moler Barber College

Moler Barber College. Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Plan. Moler Barber College

Moler Barber College will reasonably accommodate any employee who volunteers to enter an alcohol or drug rehabilitation program, provided the reasonable accommodation does not impose undue hardship on Moler Barber College. Reasonable accommodation could include time off without pay and adjustment of working hours. The employee may use whatever sick time he/she is entitled. However, Moler Barber College is not obligated to offer an accommodation for any employee who has violated any school policy that in Moler Barber College’s sole discretion merits termination of the relationship before asking for assistance. Moler Barber College will take reasonable measures to safeguard the privacy of the employee concerning enrollment in an alcohol or drug rehabilitation program. If an employee enters into a state approved rehabilitation program, the employee shall sign an agreement with Moler Barber College, which will include the following:
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Biennial Review Report of the University of South Alabama s. Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program AY AY

Biennial Review Report of the University of South Alabama s. Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program AY AY

One component of the biennial review is to evaluate the consistency of sanctioning processes for students who commit alcohol and other drug code of conduct violations. To meet this objective this writer randomly selected 20 alcohol related cases out of a possible 82 provided by the Assistant Dean of Students and Student Conduct Administrator. In completing this audit, the focus was on 11 of the 20 cases that involved a violation of 07u which relates to alcohol use and/or possession by a student under the age of 21. In the cases selected for review there were no other accompanying code of conduct violations. Of these 11 cases, 9 received the exact same sanctions which consisted of a $100 fine and the requirement to complete e-CHUG, an on-line alcohol prevention program. One of the two remaining cases involved a student who had been academically suspended. This student received a $100 fine but no other sanctions were imposed, presumably because the student was no longer enrolled. The second case involved a student who was sanctioned with conduct probation, 15 hours of community service, and completion of Judicial Educator modules. The additional sanctions were related to the fact that this student had recently been charged with other code of conduct violations that were not a part of the original case.
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DRUG AND ALCOHOL PREVENTION PROGRAM

DRUG AND ALCOHOL PREVENTION PROGRAM

To comply with the Drug Free Schools and Communities Act of 1989 and subsequent amendments, students and employees of University are informed that strictly enforced policies are in place which prohibits the unlawful possession, use or distribution of any illicit drugs, including alcohol, on University property or as part of any University- sponsored activity. Students and employees are also subject to all applicable legal sanctions under local, state and federal law for any offenses involving illicit drugs on University property or at University-sponsored activities. The University affirms that illegal drug use is unlawful and harmful. The use of illegal drugs and alcohol abuse by students and employees could result in cognitive deficits, loss of productivity and other health risks. These risks include an increased risk of accidents which may result in death or permanent injury. Free, confidential counseling for alcohol and other drug abuse issues is available to students through the University Counseling Services located in Francis Hall and University Health Services located in the DiSepio Center. Free, educational information on alcohol and other drug misuse is available for the university community through the Alcohol and Drug Education Center located at 315 Library. The university sponsors educational programming for alcohol and other drug abuse issues through the Alcohol and Drug Education Center, the Office of Residence Life and the Office of Student Engagement. Other referral resources may include assessment, individual counseling, educational programs, materials, and referral and case management through community agencies, all which might include a fee.
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Drug and Alcohol Prevention Program (DAAPP) Annual Information 2014

Drug and Alcohol Prevention Program (DAAPP) Annual Information 2014

Morton College is a comprehensive institution dedicated to developing individuals to live and work as better informed citizens in a dynamic society. In order to assist in the attainment of this goal and in recognition of the deleterious effect that illicit drug usage and alcohol abuse have on a person's health and mental well-being, Morton College shall maintain a Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention and Education program for students and employees. This policy and the specifics of the program shall be published and given annually to all students and employees. All employees shall be expected to abide by this policy as a condition of their employment. The Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention and Education Program for Students and Employees adopted and implemented by the College to prevent the illicit use of drugs and the abuse of alcohol by students and employees shall be in strict accordance with the Drug Free Workplace Act of 1988, Public Law 100-690, and Section 1213 of the Higher Education Act of 1965 (HEA) as amended by the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments of 1989, Public Law 101-226.
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Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Policy and Procedures

Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Policy and Procedures

Upon enrollment to Greensboro College, students pledge to uphold and abide by the Student Conduct Code. All students are bound under this code and any violation of the Student Conduct Code will be dealt with accordingly. The Student Conduct Code has been established in an effort to promote a balance between the interests of the individual and those of the Greensboro College community. The regulations contained within the Student Conduct Code regarding alcohol, drugs, paraphernalia and controlled substances apply to all students, faculty, staff, alumni, and visitors or guests of the College.
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PREVENTION OF DRUG AND ALCOHOL ABUSE REGULATION NO.: 592

PREVENTION OF DRUG AND ALCOHOL ABUSE REGULATION NO.: 592

Wharton County Junior College (WCJC or College) is committed to protecting the safety, health, and well-being of its employees, students, and all people who come into contact with WCJC employees, property and facilities. The College s philosophy is that unlawful use of drugs or abuse of other authorized drugs and alcohol is inconsistent with the behavior expected of members of the College community. The use of illegal drugs by College employees can result in less than complete reliability, stability, and good judgment. The College is committed to providing an environ- ment that prohibits any influences that might have a detrimental effect upon the orderly, safe and efficient operation of the College and that prevents the possibility of coercion, influence, and irresponsible action under pressure by employees that may pose a risk to health, safety, and the College s educational mission. Based upon these goals, the College requires that its employees report for work and perform their duties within the standards established. The intent of the following policy is to prevent the hiring and/or continued employment of persons who, due to the use of alcohol or illegal drugs, may harm themselves or others, or cause damage to property. WCJC, recognizing this, is committed to providing a drug and alcohol-free working environment for all of its employees.
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Drug and Alcohol Prevention Program (DAAPP)

Drug and Alcohol Prevention Program (DAAPP)

It is the policy of the Board of Trustees that A-B Tech will maintain a learning and working environment that is free from the negative impact of drug and/or alcohol abuse. The College prohibits students and employees from being on the College’s premises or attending any student or work-related activity at an off-campus location while impaired by any substance. The College also prohibits the manufacture, possession, use, distribution, or sale of controlled substances or alcohol during work time and breaks, on A-B Tech premises or class/work sites, while driving a College vehicle, and/or while driving any vehicle for a College-sponsored, sanctioned, or required activity, with the following exception.
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Cambridge Junior College DRUG AND ALCOHOL PREVENTION PROGRAM NOTICE TO STUDENTS AND EMPLOYEES

Cambridge Junior College DRUG AND ALCOHOL PREVENTION PROGRAM NOTICE TO STUDENTS AND EMPLOYEES

Alcohol consumption causes a number of marked changes in behavior. Even low doses significantly impair the judgment and coordination required to drive a car safely, increasing the likelihood that the driver will be involved in an accident. Low to moderate doses of alcohol also increase the incidence of a variety of aggressive acts, including spouse and child abuse. Moderate to high doses of alcohol cause marked impairments in higher mental functions, severely altering a person's ability to learn and remember information. Very high doses cause respiratory depression and death. If combined with other depressants of the central nervous system, much lower doses of alcohol will produce the effects just described.
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Drug and Alcohol Prevention Program Biennial Review

Drug and Alcohol Prevention Program Biennial Review

grade of “F” will be recorded if the student does not officially withdraw. The appeal process is outlined in the college catalog in the health science programs of study section. The College reserves the right but has no duty to lift the prohibition against re- enrollment upon consideration of written application for readmission evidencing that the student has demonstrated an ability and readiness to comply with all College health division regulations. The College will not consider such a request until at least two years from the date of dismissal. Requests should be directed to the Executive Vice President’s Office. If a readmitted student has a subsequent positive drug screen, the student will be ineligible for admission to any Health Science program at Wallace State Community College.
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NH ALCOHOL and DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION and TREATMENT ACT

NH ALCOHOL and DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION and TREATMENT ACT

Law Enforcement: Though there are current narcotics departments in both state and many local law enforcement agencies it is necessary at this time to take a hard look at the current methods and their effectiveness. Because law enforcement has been addressing this problem for many years, there should be data available to evaluate current and past programs. For the purpose of this act, once the data has been reviewed, funding for current programs that should be increased to provide needed man power, tools and training to continue and to expand such programs that have proven effective in addressing supply. Additionally, a law enforcement liaison to oversee, evaluate and adjust tactics, training and dispersing of funds should be hired. This liaison will also interact with the office of oversight named above, as well as the liaison of all other departments named in this act in order to encourage exchange of information throughout the state and the program. Funds should be dispersed fairly, dependent on communities with greater need, based on studied trends and number of cases. Cooperation from the entirety of the law enforcement with this law enforcement officer will be “expected” but not legislated, however, funding will depend on cooperation. Finally, “begging” for money in any community that has known services (soup kitchen, homeless shelter etc.) shall be illegal, as the money gained by most (if not all) beggars is used for drugs and/or alcohol.
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Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program

Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program

Lurleen B. Wallace Community College is a public educational institution of the State of Alabama and, as such, shall not permit on its premises, or at any activity which it sponsors, the possession, use or distribution of any alcoholic beverage or any illicit drug by any student, employee or visitor. In the event of the confirmation of such prohibited possession, use or distribution by a student or employee, the College shall, within the scope of applicable Federal and State due process requirements, take such administrative or disciplinary action as is appropriate. For a student, the disciplinary action may include, but shall not be limited to, suspension or expulsion. For an employee, such administrative or disciplinary action may include, but shall not be limited to, reprimand or suspension or termination of employment or requirement that the employee participate in and/or successfully complete an appropriate rehabilitation program. Any visitor engaging in any act prohibited by this policy shall be called upon to immediately desist from such behavior. If any employee, student or visitor shall engage in any behavior prohibited by this policy which is also a violation of Federal, State or local law or ordinance, that employee, student or visitor shall be subject to referral to law enforcement officials for arrest and prosecution.
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Northeast Alabama Community College DRUG AND ALCOHOL ABUSE PREVENTION PROGRAM

Northeast Alabama Community College DRUG AND ALCOHOL ABUSE PREVENTION PROGRAM

elevated blood pressure, heart rate, respiratory rate, and body temperature. Occasional use can cause a stuffy or runny nose, while chronic use can ulcerate the mucous membrane of the nose. Injecting cocaine with unsterile equipment can transmit AIDS, hepatitis, and other diseases. Preparation of freebase, which involves the use of volatile solvents, can result in death or injury from fire or explosion. Cocaine can produce psychological and physical dependency, a feeling that the user cannot function without the drug. In addition, tolerance develops rapidly. Crack or freebase rock is extremely addictive, and its effects are felt within 10 seconds. The physical effects include dilated pupils, increased pulse rate, elevated blood pressure, insomnia, loss of appetite, tactile hallucination, paranoia, and seizures. The use of cocaine can cause death by disrupting the brain’s control of the heart and respiration.
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Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program**

Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program**

LSCS is dedicated to providing a quality comprehensive educational program designed to meet and balance the diverse and changing educational, social, economic, and cultural needs of the community while providing a safe and healthful environment. LSCS is committed not only to learning and to the advancement of knowledge but also to the education of ethically sensitive and responsible persons. LSCS seeks to achieve these goals through a sound educational program and through rules and regulations governing student life that encourage responsibility and respect for the rights and viewpoints of others.
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Southwestern Community College District. Drug Abuse and Alcohol Prevention Program (DAAPP)

Southwestern Community College District. Drug Abuse and Alcohol Prevention Program (DAAPP)

The Dean of Student Services and the Director of Human Resources shall serve as the main contacts that will have oversight responsibility of the DAAPP including, but not limited to: updates, coordination of information required in the DAAPP, and coordination of the annual notification to employees and students and the biennial review. The Drug Free Schools and Campus Regulation Task Force has been established to assist with these responsibilities. This team provides a report to the President’s Cabinet annually. Last updated: August 2014

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Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program

Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program

offender's operator's license is revoked for a like period. Neb. Rev. Stat. § 60-6,196 (2) (b) (Supp. 1999). If an offender is placed on probation or the sentence is suspended, one of the mandatory conditions of probation or sentence suspension is that the offender must be ordered not to drive any motor vehicle in the state for any purpose for a period of six months, and the probation order shall include as one of its conditions confinement in the city or county jail for forty-eight hours or the imposition of not less than two hundred forty hours of community service. Neb. Rev. Stat. § 60-6,196 (2) (b) (Supp. 1999).
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