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Decide to Intervene. There are three ways to intervene:


a. Direct – Directly intervening, in the moment, to prevent a problem situation from happening


b. Delegate – Seeking help from another individual, often someone who is authorized to represent others, such as a police officer or campus official.


c. Distract – Interrupting the situation without directly confronting the offender


As a bystander, do not put yourself at risk and do not make the situation worse. However, bystanders are encouraged to intervene at the earliest point possible and look for early warning signs of trouble. However, intervening does not necessarily mean confronting. Bystanders can always ask for help. If you believe you are witnessing a crime in progress, call Campus Safety & Security immediately and report your location.


Possession, Use and Sale of Alcoholic Beverages and Enforcement of Underage Drinking Laws


Per The Student Handbook: North Greenville University Student Conduct and Regulations:


“NGU students agree to abide by the following alcohol policy which deals with both possession and consumption.


 Students agree to refrain from the possession or consumption of alcoholic beverages while on campus or off campus. Possession and or consumption is prohibited.


 Students agree to refrain from being under the influence of alcoholic beverages at any time whether on or off campus. Intoxication caused by alcohol is prohibited.


 Students agree to neither possess, nor allow alcoholic beverages to be stored in a student’s room, car, or other space on or off campus. Also, students agree the possession of any paraphernalia that is affiliated with the consumption alcohol should not be present on the campus at any time. Students agree that if an individual knowingly allows for alcoholic beverages to be stored or hidden in a space under their control, they agree to be held responsible, in part, for possessing alcohol.


 Appropriate officials/representatives will take the responsibility to determine if a student is deemed to be under the influence of alcohol. For University purposes, the ability of a university official/representative to smell alcohol on a student’s breath is considered evidence in support of being under the influence of alcohol. Outside law enforcement, gate checks, personal observation, and the use of breathalyzer equipment may be employed to determine whether or not a student is under the influence of alcohol. Any positive result on the breathalyzer will be consider a violation of the Alcohol policy.


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