Rule 40502: Negotiations Related to Disruptive Activities Prohibited | University of Texas System

Rule 40502: Negotiations Related to Disruptive Activities Prohibited

Rule 40502: Negotiations Related to Disruptive Activities Prohibited

Details

Series: 
40000: Academic Issues
Who should know: 
Faculty
Staff
Students
Responsible Offices: 
General Counsel
Date Approved: 
December 10, 2004
Date Last Amended: 
December 10, 2004

Sec. 1 Prohibition. 

Neither the Chancellor of The University of Texas System, the president of an institution, any officer in the System Administration, nor any representative of either of them when dealing with disruptive activities, shall negotiate or attempt to negotiate with any person or persons engaged in any disruptive activity on the campus of any institution of the U. T. System. 

Sec. 2 Discretion. 

When such a situation arises, the Chancellor of the U. T. System, the president of an institution, any officer in the System Administration, or any representative of either of them, shall take immediate action to utilize all lawful measures to halt and eliminate any and all such disruptive activities that come to their attention: provided, however, the Chief of Police of the U. T. System or any of the institutions and those people designated by any such Chief of Police are authorized to use their sound discretion under the attendant circumstances in addressing any such disruptive behavior.

Definitions

None

Amended Log

December 10, 2004

http://www.UTSystem.edu © 2017 The University of Texas System.
601 Colorado Street, Austin, Texas 78701-2982. (512) 499-4200