Duke Policies

Disorderly Conduct

Disorderly conduct is contrary to the mission of the university and will be addressed through the disciplinary process. Disorderly conduct is defined as:

  • any unreasonable or reckless conduct by an individual or group that is inherently or potentially unsafe to other persons or their real or personal property; and/or
  • any behavior by an individual or group that disrupts the peace or interferes with the normal operation of the university or university-sponsored activities.

Disorderly conduct includes, but is not limited to: reckless driving; interrupting or interfering with the carrying out of the duties of a university or public official, including law enforcement; vomiting and/or urinating in public; and, indecent exposure.

 

Last Updated: 08/14/2013 Policy Owner: Office of Student Conduct