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This policy (“Policy”) provides procedures to address any allegation that a member of the Board of Regents (“Regent”) “has not fulfilled [his or her] duties as set forth in University Bylaws, policy or applicable law” and to “implement appropriate response(s) when such allegation is found to have merit” as required by Bylaw 21.11.
The preliminary investigation should be conducted in a manner designed to minimize any intrusion into the accused Regent’s personal or non-University affairs.
The appointed Investigator shall, at the direction of the Office of the General Counsel and consulting as appropriate with the Regent panel, gather information relevant to the allegations of misconduct or breach; afford the accused Regent an opportunity to respond to the allegations and comment on the information gathered; and make a written report of its review, findings, and recommendation (“Investigator’s Report”) within 90 days from the date of appointment, unless the Office of the General Counsel determines that circumstances warrant a longer period.
The investigation should, to the extent reasonable in the circumstances, be conducted in a manner designed to minimize any intrusion into the accused Regent’s personal or non-University affairs.
Prior to the imposition of any sanction described below, the Board may waive or limit any or all sanctions on the condition that the accused Regent performs some specified action(s) designed to address the harm and/or to prevent future harm.
Such actions may include, but are not limited to, monetary restitution, compliance with a commitment not to repeat the misconduct, or other act to make whole injury caused by the Regent’s misconduct or to prevent future misconduct.