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We have regulations to help to ensure that all of our residents behave in a way that impacts as little as possible on other people, and respect other people’s privacy and wellbeing. All residents are expected to abide by them. Responsibility for the welfare and behaviour of residents rests with the Residence Manager.
We have laid out our expectations in the Brookes Behaviour document. Please familiarise yourself with this, so you understand what the University expects and what to do if someone is not meeting these expectations.
There are fixed penalty fines for certain breaches of regulations. If you are found to be in breach of Conduct procedure or your Licence to Occupy, you may be called to an interview with a Conduct Officer
If you have
been called to an interview, please respond as soon as possible to confirm
whether you can attend or not. Not engaging with the process is a breach of the
Student Conduct Procedure.
will be your chance to discuss the incident, provide any evidence and documents
and talk about your behaviour. You have the right to have a witness present.
If you are in
doubt about how best to formulate or present a case, or you want to know how
the conduct procedure will or should operate, please seek advice from:
is clear that it must ensure that the operation of this procedure complies with
the principles of natural justice. In broad terms, these are that: