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action which may be taken in case of violation of the policy. Employees and
students shall be provided with a copy of the policy.
IV. As a condition of employment, employees funded all or in part by a federal
grant, shall agree in writing to abide by the above policy, and to notify the college,
in writing, if they are convicted of a criminal drug statute violation occurring on
College premises, no later than five (5) days after the conviction.
V. Within ten (10) days of receiving notice of a conviction from an employee under
paragraph IV above, or otherwise receiving actual notice, the college shall notify
the federal funding agency which funds any portion of the employee’s salary, of
the conviction.
VI. The actions specified in Paragraphs II A & D above, shall be taken within thirty
days of receiving notice under paragraph IV above, or otherwise receiving
actual notice.
VII. Health risks associated with the use of illicit drugs and the abuse of alcohol
include development of a wide range or physiological, psychological, behavioral
and psycho-social impairments, frequently resulting in disability or death.
VIII. Drug and alcohol counseling, treatment, or rehabilitation re-entry programs
available to employees and students in the community include: Alcoholics
Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous and Ala-non; individual and group programs
offered through the mental health care centers; Delphos, providing inpatient and
outpatient programs; mental health counselors, psychologists, and psychiatrists in
private practice; and Helpline, which provides referral services to these and other
IX. The selling, purchasing, manufacturing, delivering, or possession of controlled
substances is a misdemeanor of the first degree or felony in the second or third
degree. The possession of controlled substances in excess to 10 grams is a felony
of the first degree. Delivery by person(s) 18 or older or person(s) under 18, or
hiring person(s) under 18 to deliver controlled substance is a felony of the first
degree or second degree. The selling, purchasing, manufacturing or delivering, or
possession of controlled substances within 1000 feet of a school is a felony in the
first or second degree. 440.101, 440.102, 1101.64 (8) F.S.
In accordance with Public Law 93-380, Family Educational Rights, and Privacy
Act, student records at Florida Keys Community College, with the exception of
directory information, are confidential and cannot be released except with the
written permission of the student. All student records are open for inspection
and review by the student unless he/she waives this right. Directory information,