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Title: Maj Gen Jay Lindell on Leadership*


1
RULE 1
Honor Duty respect
2
RULE 2
Be a leaderall the time
3
Prevention 101
  1. Have mutual support Wingman Concept
  2. Trust your instincts Caveman Concept
  3. Avoid alcohol

WINGMANCAVEMAN
RULE 3
4
RULES OF THE ROAD FOR 3RD CLASS CADETS
SY2013-2014 Current as of 19 Aug 2013
5
Lineup
  • Substance abuse
  • Rules keys to success
  • Sexual harassment/assault
  • Rules and keys to success

People do what you do, not what you say you do
6
Road Map for the 3rd Class
  • To be a successful 3rd class cadet, you must
  • Know and follow The Citadels Rules of the Road
    on substance abuse and sexual conduct
  • Set positive examples for the
  • knobs, who frequently choose
  • to follow the road YOU are on
  • Avoid roadblocks to future
  • like substance abuse
  • and sexual misconduct
  • Grasp opportunities

7
Road Block 1 Substance Abuse
8
What are SC alcohol laws and The Citadels
alcohol policy?
State Law Answers
  • What is the legal age to drink alcohol in SC?
  • What is the definition of DUI in SC?
  • What Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) does a person
    have to have to be considered legally intoxicated
    in SC?
  • What might the results of a DUI be?
  • Where can alcohol be consumed or possessed on
    Citadel property and by whom?
  • What are possible results of disobeying The
    Citadels alcohol policy?

9
State Law Answers
  • The legal age for drinking alcohol is
  • 21 years old
  • DUI is defined as operating a vehicle
  • (boat, auto, bicycle, or motorcycle)
  • while under the influence of alcohol
  • SC Law states that a person with a
  • Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) level over .08
    is considered
  • legally intoxicated.

  • Possible results for offenders?
  • -- Fines,
    jail time, and loss of drivers license
  • -- Increase
    in insurance rates or eligibility for
  • insurance
    dropped

10
THE CITADEL ALCOHOL POLICY (1)
  • No alcohol consumption or possession on Citadel
    property
  • Barracks, campus, Hagood Stadium, College Park,
    Beach House--REGARDLESS OF AGE
  • Cadets 21 or older may drink off campus within
    the confines of the law, and are expected to
    behave with honor
  • Cadets may receive dismissal from the college for
    the following offenses
  • -alcohol use or possession on-campus, second
    offense
  • -alcohol use off-campus that discredits The
    Citadel
  • -DUI conviction

11
THE CITADEL ALCOHOL POLICY (2)
  • Cadets may receive demerits, tours, and a
    mandated alcohol abuse evaluation at the
    Counseling Center for the following offenses
  • -alcohol use or possession by a minor off-campus
  • -open alcohol container off- or on-campus
  • -alcohol related disturbance
  • Cadets may receive demerits, tours, a mandated
    alcohol abuse evaluation at the Counseling
    Center, and a company transfer for
  • -alcohol use or possession by a minor on-campus
  • -three or more Alcohol I offenses during cadet
    career
  • -- MANDATORY CONDUCT REVIEW BOARD

MAKE THE RIGHT CALL AND HELP A CLASSMATE MAKE
THE RIGHT CALL, TOO
12
Citadel Policy -- Other Drugs
  • Zero tolerance
  • Illegal use, sale, possession or solicitation of
    drugs or drug paraphernalia
  • Synthetics like K2, Spice
  • Hallucinogenic substances, such as Salvia
    divinorum,
  • Policy applies to all cadets ANY TIME OR ANY
    PLACE
  • Policy also applies to prescription drugs for
    which there is no prescription. You cannot share
    your prescriptions with anyone.
  • Any of those offenses may result in expulsion

MAKE THE RIGHT CALL AND HELP A CLASSMATE MAKE
THE RIGHT CALL, TOO
13
Legal does not mean safe when it comes to drugs
  • SYNTHETIC THC SPICE/K2/SPACE/etc. This is not a
    drug to be taken lightly, users are risking
    inducing psychosis, a mood disorder
  • Could lead to serious and potentially long-term
    mental disorders.
  • The patients experienced anxiety, depression,
    paranoia and hallucinations to include seeing
    ghosts and hearing imaginary voices
  • Unlike marijuana, synthetic chemicals in
    spice-type products are more potent to the brain
    and other organs.
  • They bind themselves more permanently to those
    receptors, at 200 times the level of THC
  • Its not yet known how long these chemicals stay
    in the body or what changes happen to those
    cells, so it is difficult to know how they may
    harm the brain and the rest of the body
  • Chemicals in spice take longer to bind to those
    receptor cell
  • It takes longer for a spice user to feel the high
    than a marijuana user.
  • That causes more people to overdose on the
    substance
  • They will end up using a lot more thinking they
    might need more to get high

14
  • Beyond the Policy
  • Respect Your Life
  • Respect Lives of Others
  • People will Notice
  • What you do

15
Know Someone who Might Have a Drug or Alcohol
Problem?
  • Get help!
  • TREATMENT Alcohol Abuse
  • Treatment at the Counseling Center is
    confidential ask for help for yourself or
    another cadet before there are life-altering
    consequences
  • Goals of treatment for may include learning risk
    management strategies and making more informed
    decisions, rather than abstinence
  • Focus may be on protecting people, both the cadet
    and others, from harm that results from alcohol
    misuse

16
By the Way
  • Approximately 70 of sexual assaults among
    college students involve alcohol/drug use
  • Alcohol/drugs cloud judgment
  • Alcohol can lead to misinterpreting someones
    behavior
  • Alcohol and drug use is not a defense for
    inappropriate behavior

17
Road Block 2 Sexual Misconduct
18
What are SC Laws and The Citadel Sexual
Harassment/Assault Policies?
  • What is definition of sexual harassment?
  • What is definition of sexual assault/rape?
  • What is legal consent?
  • What are possible results of sexual misconduct?

19
The Law and Citadel Policy--Sexual Harassment--
  • Sexual harassment
  • Includes unwelcome sexual advances, requests for
    sexual favors, and other verbal or physical
    conduct of a sexual nature
  • Is frequently a display of formal or informal
    power intended to demean, embarrass, intimidate,
    or coerce a person
  • Can occur between members of the same gender
  • In a nutshell, sexual harassment is
  • UNWANTED verbal, physical, written, or visual
    sexual attention
  • Possible results for offenders?
  • Expulsion, dismissal, suspension
  • Tours, cons
  • Arrest and jail

20
Beyond the Law and Policies Respect Others
People will Notice What you do
  • Sexual harassment has real consequences
  • Victims of SH more likely to drop out of school,
    suffer from depression, have anxiety attacks, and
    even commit suicide

21
The Law and Citadel Policy--Sexual Assault--
  • Rape is
  • Sexual penetration (anal, oral, or vaginal),
    however slight
  • Which is forced, manipulated, or coerced upon a
    person who has not given affirmative consent
    and/or who is legally unable to consent
  • Sexual assault is
  • Rape and all other forms of unlawful sexual
    behavior and contact which is not mutually agreed
    upon (or legally cannot be agreed upon) by all
    persons involved. Examples
  • unwanted touching on skin or through clothing
  • touching an intimate part of another person such
    as genitals, buttocks, or breasts

22
Legal Affirmative Consent
  • People can only consent to sex if they are
  • Of age (16)
  • Conscious
  • Awake
  • Sober or straight enough to make reasonable
    decisions
  • Not mentally challenged
  • Free of mind-altering drugs
  • Not coerced physically or by someone in a
  • position of power or authority
  • If these criteria are met, sex may occur if both
    people
  • Give consent during the ENTIRE encounter
  • Unresponsiveness is NOT consent
  • Pushing away is NOT consent
  • If these criteria are not met, then sexual
    assault or rape might have occurred

23
The reality of rape is not a joke
24
What can you do to stay safe and help others?
  • Follow The Citadel, state, and federal rules and
    laws
  • Do not tolerate criminal behavior of others
  • Do not have sex with someone you do not know well
  • Do not have sex with someone who has been doing
    any drugs, including alcohol
  • Ask, ask, ask, ask, ask, ask, ask and listen,
    listen, listen, listen, listen, listen, listen
  • Look out for your fellow cadets establish
    battle buddies
  • Dont drink alcohol
  • Watch your drink (even water) when you are out
  • Be aware of your surroundings and take
    precautions
  • If you or another cadet believe you have been
    sexually assaulted or sexually harassed
  • Go to a safe place
  • Report the situation as soon as possible to
    whomever you feel comfortable talking to about
    the incident (in or outside the chain of command)
  • The situation then needs to be reported to Ms.
    Shealy (CARE), who can provide complete
    information regarding options for medical
    treatment counseling other resources academic
    accommodations seeking informal reporting
    filing formal disciplinary charges filing a
    report to law enforcement and/or Public Safety

CARE 843-425-1315
25
On Retaliation
  • Retaliation against anyone who reports sexual
    assault and/or sexual harassment is against our
    policies and will not be tolerated

26
Point to Ponder--Russ Keller--
  • A leader is visible all of the time, living in a
    glass house.  Keep in mind the audience is a big
    one and ever present.
  • PRACTICAL ADVICE  Dont look at the glass house
    as something negative the glass house effect is
    actually a huge advantage that gives us the
    opportunity to reinforce the good stuff all the
    time

Never Underestimate Your Effect on People
27
Rules of the Road
Honor Duty respect
Be a leaderall the time
WINGMANCAVEMAN
28
  • QUESTIONS?

MAKE THE RIGHT CALL AND HELP A CLASSMATE MAKE
THE RIGHT CALL, TOO
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