The user assumes responsibility for any & all damages to equipment while checked out in his or her name regardless of whether or not it was noted by the user at the time of checkout. (The user is welcome to thoroughly inspect the equipment in the "breakout area" of PPECS prior to committing to the checkout.)
If damage is found on equipment when it is returned, the equipment will be treated as if it were not returned until the user, whose name it is under, has met with the Portable Equipment Manager & made arrangements for restitution to be made for the repair or replacement of the damaged equipment.
Deception on the part of the user about the conditions or circumstances behind the damaged equipment may result additional penalties including possible judicial proceedings toward the user.
The length of privilege suspension for damaging equipment may be extended by the Portable Equipment and Facilities Manager &/or the Director of Technical Operations as a penalty depending on the circumstances, regularity, &/or severity of the incidents involved.
All users of Park School portable equipment & facilities must comply with policies, staff (including student employee) requests, & rules set by the Roy H. Park School of Communications. Failure to comply may result in judicial proceedings.
Changes in policies &/or procedures may or may not be physically posted. Ignorance of policies or rules will not exempt their application or enforcement.