Code of Conduct
Community Safety Guidelines and Expectations
Traffic Jam wants to provide you with a safe and welcoming environment. To help us provide and promote a culture of safety within the event, we kindly request you read and follow the below code of conduct:
- At all times be courteous and respectful of everyone while helping to ensure everyone’s safety and comfort. This is regardless of, but not limited to age, body shape, ethnic background, gender, gender identities, life choices, political beliefs, race, religious beliefs (or lack thereof), sexual orientation, skill level, etc.
- Traffic Jam reserves the right to take any action which it, in its sole judgment, deems appropriate in response to reports of abuse, harassment, threats, hazardous situations, or other inappropriate behavior (whether or not listed as an example on the next page), including but not limited to: warning the individual(s) who appear to be responsible, expelling them from the event, banning them from future Traffic Jam events, and/or notifying law enforcement if there is reason to believe that laws have been violated or there is a dangerous situation.
Please report any behavior that appears abusive, disrespectful, harassing, suspicious, unsafe, or that makes you feel uncomfortable for any reason to the person at the front desk, and they will find a Traffic Jam! staff member. You may also send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Except in cases where disclosure is required by law, we will treat any information we receive with strict confidentiality, unless otherwise instructed by the person reporting the incident.
Traffic Jam is turning 1 and we are going to celebrate in style with live music by The Jake Sanders Quintet! We might even have some special performances and announcements to spice up an already stunner of a night.
Date: September 9, 2017
Dancing: 9pm–12am LIVE MUSIC with Jake Sanders Quintet and DJ John Holmstrom, 12-12:30am Classic Soul
Location: Forteza Fitness
Cost: $15 general / $10 students with ID