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Honor 2-1 Honor in Everyday Life. Current As Of: 10/14/2013. Purpose. Review Special Orders/Special Leave Charleston Passes Overnight/Weekend Signup Honor Committee Officers FERPA and the Honor System Appeals Process Honor Statistics Changes to Punishments. Honor as a Junior.

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Honor 2 1 honor in everyday life

Honor 2-1 Honor in Everyday Life

Current As Of:

10/14/2013


Purpose

Purpose

  • Review

  • Special Orders/Special Leave

  • Charleston Passes

  • Overnight/Weekend Signup

  • Honor Committee Officers

  • FERPA and the Honor System

  • Appeals Process

  • Honor Statistics

  • Changes to Punishments


Honor as a junior

Honor as a Junior

  • Juniors, being the back bone of the corps have the responsibility to demonstrate and teach the lower classes about honor in various ways.

    • JOD/Weekend Duty

    • Company leadership

    • In the classroom (set the example)


Special orders

Special Orders

  • Once the activity that you are on Special Orders/Leave has completed, you must return to campus immediately

  • You are not allowed to take General leave in conjunction with Special Orders/Leave if you have prior obligations (Class, Punishments, etc)


Overnight weekend sheets and online sign out

Overnight/Weekend Sheets and Online Sign out

“My signature below certifies that I have the required leave available and I must be Academic, Conduct, Physically Proficient as of the date and time I sign out on leave.”

Ensure that you are proficient before you sign out on leave. Ignorance is no excuse for committing an Honor Violation


Charleston passes

Charleston Passes

  • The abuse of this pass bears no different consequences than the misuse of any other official document. As stated on the rear of the pass:

  • “This is an official document. The use of this document constitutes an official statement. The misrepresentation of this card could violate the Cadet Honor Code. “


All ins

All Ins

  • Remember when you sign your name as a Division Inspector you are certifying that no Cadets are AWOL unless you placed their name in the AWOL Block

  • “The above signatures mean EVERY ROOM in the company was checked at the final All-In.”


2014 honor committee officers

2014 Honor Committee Officers

Chairman

Presides over Court and Committee

Vice-Chairman for Education

Orients the Corps on the Honor System

C/ Maj Hawks

C/ Lt. Col Hipps

Vice-Chairman for Investigation

Supervises the Investigation process

Secretary

Accounts for the records of Honor Courts

C/ Maj Bernard

C/ Maj Rhoden


Family educational rights and privacy act ferpa

Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

  • What is FERPA?

    • FERPA is a Federal Statute enacted in 1974

    • Compliance is required by all Public Schools by the US Department of Education

    • Failure to comply with standards could result in the loss of all Federal Funding to institution

    • All students who attend the Citadel have FERPA rights


How ferpa affects the honor code

How FERPA affects the Honor Code

  • All matters pertaining to the investigation, trial, finds, and appeal are protected under the student’s FERPA rights

    • This is why we can’t announce specifics about Honor Court findings in the Mess Hall

    • Discussion of honor-related matters to those who do not have a Legitimate Educational Interest will result in disciplinary action


Why ferpa is important

Why FERPA is Important

  • Blatant violation of FERPA rights could hurt the school financially (through loss of federal funding and law suits)

  • FERPA rights violations can create grounds for an appeal resulting in honor violators staying at our school


Appeals process

Appeals Process

  • Why are there cadets on campus who have been found in-violation of the Honor Code?

  • Cadets who appeal a guilty verdict remain in good standing with the college until their Honor board of Review scrutinizes the appeal. If sufficient grounds are found for an appeal, the board will review the entire case and make a recommendation to the President to either affirm or overturn the Honor Court’s ruling

  • President considers appeal and recommendation and makes the final decision


How the appeals process works

How the Appeals Process works

  • When an accused cadet is found in-violation of the Honor Code three options are given to him/her:

    • Accept the finding and expulsion

    • Resign from the College: transcript will read “Permitted to Resign”

    • Appeal


Grounds for appeal

Grounds for Appeal

  • New evidence, available since the Honor Court hearing, which would indicate the findings of the court are in error

  • Evidence that the cadet’s rights were not protected, jeopardizing that cadet’s right to fair and impartial hearing (FERPA)

  • An error in the trial proceedings of such magnitude as to jeopardize the fairness of the hearing


Honor board of review

Honor Board of Review

  • Consists of three voting members from the College Faculty and Staff

    • A Vice President

    • A representative of the Commandant’s Office

    • A department head

      Also includes non-voting cadet advisor from the Honor Committee (usually a battalion honor representative)


Honor statistics

Honor Statistics


Honor statistics1

Honor Statistics


Honor statistics2

Honor Statistics


Plagiarism

Plagiarism

  • Plagiarism has accounted for a large number of honor accusations in the past few months

  • Please remember to give credit to the source of your information when you are writing a paper


Changes to punishment system

Changes to Punishment System

  • Your signature on punishment sheets signifies that you served the punishment correctly. Signing for a punishment that was not served correctly constitutes lying!

  • It is the weekend duty team’s responsibility to oversee punishments by:

  • holding formations hourly in front of the letter for those serving cons, to take accountability and inspect uniforms

  • Checking rooms of those serving cons at least once every hour

  • Even though it is the duty team’s responsibility to oversee punishments, you are still responsible for your conduct.


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Changes to Punishment System

  • The regulations regarding the proper serving of a punishment have been added to the top of the punishment sheets to avoid confusion.

  • The improper punishment pull has been removed from the blue book. Failure to serve a punishment will result in a loss of credit, but no additional punishments will be added.

  • For further information see reference the blue book or your company honor rep.


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Cons

The Blue Book reads as follows:

  • A confinement is a 50‑minute period during which confined cadets, in duty uniform with white waist belt, are required to remain in their room, which is maintained in MRI Order.

  • At the beginning of the first confinement period, and after each confinement served, each confined cadet reports to the formation at the base of the company letter to be inspected. At the end of the period, the cadet signs the confinement sheet. A cadet’s signature on the confinement sheet indicates understanding of confinement’s status and that he/she was sitting punishment in their room during the previous confinement period, unless excused by a proper authority.

  • Confined cadets are not authorized visitors and will display CC Form 15 on their door which says “CONFINEMENT.”The form is available at: http://www.citadel.edu/root/commandant-administration/commandant-administration-cc-forms.52

  • Confinements are served on Wednesday at 1500, 1600, and 1700; on Friday at 1900, 2000, and 2100; and on Saturday at 1400, 1500, 1600, 1900, 2000, and 2 100. Optional Sunday 1400, 1500, 1600, and 1700 is available for in season Corps Squad cadets.

  • The maximum number of confinements served per week is 12 confinements (or 12 punishments).

  • During each confinement period, a weekend duty team member will check the room of the confined cadets at least once to ensure that confinements are being served. In the case of a confinement being improperly served, the weekend duty team member may make a spot correction or mark NC (no credit) on the confinement’s sheet.

  • NC- Should the cadet fail to serve punishment, the cadet’s punishment slot should be marked NC, and he/she may receive a performance report.


Honor 2 1 honor in everyday life

Cons

Sample cons Sheet 

  • The following cadets are classified Conduct Deficient, having received a specified number of confinements. The serving and administration of confinements are governed by the Blue Book (6.8.3) and the Regimental Guard Orders, as may be modified by directives from the Commandant of Cadets.

  • 1. A confinement is a 50‑minute period during which confined cadets, in duty uniform with white waist belt, are required to remain in their room, which is maintained in MRI Order.

  • 2. At the beginning of the first confinement period, and after each confinement served, each confined cadet reports to the formation at the base of the company letter to be inspected. At the end of the period, the cadet signs the confinement sheet. A cadet’s signature on the confinement sheet indicates understanding of confinement’s status and that he/she was sitting punishment in their room during the previous confinement period, unless excused by a proper authority.

  • 3 . Confined cadets are not authorized visitors and will display CC Form 15 on their door which says “CONFINEMENT.”The form is available at: http://www.citadel.edu/root/commandant-administration/commandant-administration-cc-forms.52

  • This signature is an official statement, signifying that said cadet has served each confinement.

  • NameCWIDBALWednesdayFridaySaturday

  • 1600 1700 1800 2000 2100 2200 1500 1600 1700 2000 2100 2200

  • ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____

  • Company Duty Officer: ____________________________________________(print name) ________(initial)

  • Date: ____________

  • ABSENCE LEGEND: AC- Scheduled Class LabI- Infirmary

  • CPS- Corps PracticeSO- Special Order

  • EL- Emergency LeaveSL- Special Leave

  • F- Furlough UA- Unauthorized Absence

  • G- GuardNC- No Credit


Tours

Tours

  • The Blue Book reads as follows:

  • 1. A tour is a 50- minute period of time during which a cadet marches on the quadrangle at 120 steps a minute with a rifle at right or left shoulder arms.

  • 2. The cadet marches in duty uniform with white waist belt and white gloves with no name tag.

  • 3. NO electronic devices, tobacco products, or other items that prevent a cadet from strictly marching a tour are allowed.

  • 4. prior to the beginning of the first tour period, each cadet with tours reports to the company duty team in front of the company letter to be inspected for proper uniform.

  • 5. After the tour period is completed, cadets will sign the tour sheets located with the Battalion Duty or Guard Team.

  • 6. A cadet’s signature on the tour sheet indicates understanding of completing a proper tour and that he/she completed a tour during the previous tour period, unless excused by proper authority.

  • 7. Cadets having both tours and confinements must walk tours first.

  • 8. No other activities are allowed on the quad during tours are being walked, including crossing the quad by class privilege unless on Guard Duty.

  • 9. NC- Should the cadet fail to serve punishment, the cadet’s punishment slot should be marked NC, and he/she may receive a performance report.

  • 10. Confinements are served on Wednesday at 1500, 1600, and 1700; on Friday at 1900, 2000, and 2100; and on Saturday at 1400, 1500, 1600, 1900, 2000, and 2 100. Optional Sunday 1400, 1500, 1600, and 1700 is available for in season Corps Squad cadets


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Tours

Sample tours Sheet

  • TO: Company Duty Teams

  • The following cadets are classified Conduct Deficient, having received a specified number of confinements. The serving and administration of Tours are governed by the Blue Book (6.8.3) and the Regimental Guard Orders, as may be modified by directives from the Commandant of Cadets.

  • 1. A tour is a 50- minute period of time during which a cadet marches on the quadrangle at 120 steps a minute with a rifle at right or left shoulder arms.

  • 2. The cadet marches in duty uniform with white waist belt and white gloves with no name tag.

  • 3. NO electronic devices, tobacco products, or other items that prevent a cadet from strictly marching a tour are allowed.

  • 4. prior to the beginning of the first tour period, each cadet with tours reports to the company duty team in front of the company letter to be inspected for proper uniform.

  • 5. After the tour period is completed, cadets will sign the tour sheets located with the Battalion Duty or Guard Team.

  • This signature is an official statement, signifying that said cadet has served each Tour.

  • NameCWIDBALWednesdayFridaySaturday

  • 1600 1700 1800 2000 2100 2200 1500 1600 1700 2000 2100 2200

  • ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____

  • BN Duty/Guard Officer: ____________________________________________(print name) ________(initial)

  • Date: ____________

  • ABSENCE LEGEND: AC- Scheduled Class LabI- Infirmary

  • CPS- Corps PracticeSO- Special Order

  • EL- Emergency LeaveSL- Special Leave

  • F- Furlough UA- Unauthorized Absence

  • G- GuardNC- No Credit


Key take aways

Key Take Aways

  • Special Orders/Special Leave

  • Charleston Passes

  • Overnight/Weekend Signup

  • Honor Committee Officers

  • FERPA and the Honor System

  • Appeals Process

  • Honor Statistics

  • Changes to Punishments


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