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Photography Request Form

  1. Requests for photography services should be made as early as possible but must be made at least seven business days in advance of the event or photo shoot. All requests are subject to approval by the Office of Marketing and Communications and will be charged to the requesting department.

    Please contact Katherine Hibbs at with any changes in your date, time or location before the event.

  2. Your Name(*)
    Please enter your name.
  3. Email Address(*)
    Please enter your Albion College email address.
  4. Department(*)
    Please enter your department.
  5. Proposed date of photoshoot(*)
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  6. Day of the week of photoshoot
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  7. Time of event
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  8. Location
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  9. Time requesting photographer
    Please enter the time you would like to book the photographer.
  10. Subject (Person/Event to be photographed)
    Please enter a subject.
  11. Type




    Please choose one.
  12. Additional Comments
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Snapchat Request Form

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Sexual Misconduct Involving Minors Reporting Procedure

Scope:
All Regular Employees

Policy:
Employees who witness or suspect sexual misconduct involving a minor are required to report such incidents as indicated below. Sexual misconduct includes the following:

  • Any sexual acts involving a minor.
  • The intentional exposing of genitals to a minor or forcing a minor to expose his/her genitals for the purpose of sexual gratification.
  • Any intentional touching of a minor’s genital area, buttocks, breasts, or groin for the purpose of sexual gratification.
  • Forcing a minor to touch the genital area, buttocks, breasts, or groin of another for the purpose of sexual gratification.
  • Soliciting or requesting a minor to engage in sexual activity.
  • Intentionally exposing a minor to pornographic materials.

Procedures:

  1. Employees who witness an incident of sexual misconduct involving a minor must immediately report the incident to either the Albion Department of Public Safety (911 from cell phone or off-campus phone) or the Office of Campus Safety (ext. 0911 or 517-629-1234).
    1. Employees must also report the incident as soon as possible to the Campus Conduct Hotline© by calling 866-943-5787, or by emailing .
    2. Employees must report the incident as soon as possible to their Department Head or to the Department Head’s supervisor as needed.
    3. Employees must report the incident as soon as possible to their Department Head or to the Department Head’s supervisor as needed.
  2. Employees who suspect sexual misconduct involving a minor is occurring or has occurred must report their suspicions to the Campus Conduct Hotline© by calling 866-943-5787, or by emailing .
    1. Employees may also report suspicions of sexual misconduct to the following agencies:
      • Children’s Protective Services-call 855-444-3911—reports may be made confidentially or anonymously.
      • Albion Department of Public Safety-call 911 from a cell phone or non-campus phone.
      • Office of Campus Safety-ext. 0911 or 517-629-1234.
    2. Employees should report any suspicions of sexual misconduct as soon as possible to their Department Head or to the Department Head’s supervisor as needed.
    3. The Department Head must report the incident to the Division Head or to the President as needed.
  3. Nothing in this procedure should be interpreted as discouraging or preventing employees from acting to stop an incident of sexual misconduct that is occurring, provided that such action does not endanger either his/her safety or the safety of the minor who is being subjected to the misconduct.

President’s Administrative Council reviewed/effective January 2013

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