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Event Removal

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Sometimes a person's behavior is intolerable and action needs to be taken. Depending on the infraction, this may lead to removal from the event, barring from all Burnt Oranges events for the time span of the ban, or legal action. Read below for details of the procedure and consequences.

Violations and Penalty

Removal from the Event (and possible barring from future events):

  • Trespassing
  • Misdemeanors
  • Other offenses deemed by the community as warranting barring

1st offense – may be barred for up to 1 year.
2nd offense – may be barred for up to 2 years.
3rd offense – may be barred for all future events.

Up to Lifetime Ban:

  • Theft
  • Violence
  • Felonies
  • Any infraction that can/would result in our insurance being cancelled, such as the use of fireworks, unauthorized burns, etc.

Automatic Lifetime Ban:

  • Sexual Assault
  • Violence with a weapon

Procedure

  • Offenders may be immediately ejected from events by either Board members or Event Coordinators if there is no question of fact. If the facts of the offense are in question, then at least one Board member and Event Coordinator must be contacted. They will investigate the incident and make a determination regarding ejection.
  • Within 30 days after the offense, the Board of Directors will review the offense and determine the appropriate action.