NO HARASSMENT AND REPORTING
DSnRS LLC is dedicated to providing safety and an enjoyable, harassment-free convention experience for everyone, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, religion, or affiliation. We do not tolerate harassment of convention participants in any form. Convention participants violating these rules may be sanctioned or expelled without refund at the discretion of show management. Reports of harassment are taken seriously by DSnRS and it is important that we have a record of all reported incidents of harassment. If someone reports an incident of harassment to you, please direct them to Live Nation Security to file a report. They have a procedure for collecting this information, including the availability of private reporting or gender-specific staff if the harassed individual chooses either. Please follow up with your own report to the Live Nation as well.
If the individual chooses not to report to Live Nation Security, please obtain as much information as possible regarding the nature of the incident and the person(s) involved. If possible please collect contact information so that DSnRS staff can follow up if necessary. In all cases of reported harassment, it is incumbent upon you to report harassment incidents to Live Nation Security, whether or not the harassed individual or witness chooses to file a report. Your timely reporting helps us keep track of possible harassment and helps us plan future prevention and mitigations. Please do your part to keep DSnRS harassment-free!
- Incident Reporting Protocol and Management
a) Reporting attendee will be asked to fill out an Incident Report form which is available from Live Nation Security.
b) Anyone involved in an incident is requested to report it to Live Nation Security and/or fill out an Incident Report Form. Event Team Members, including Live Nation Security are required to fill out a form for any instance or report of sexual harassment.
c) In the case of sexual harassment, Live Nation Security or Event Team Members should offer privacy for reporting, anonymous reporting, and/or availability of a same-sex DSnRS staff to receive reports. For 2019, on-call female staff will be Kera Wacker. On-call male staff will be Ivan Erickson.
d) Intake Procedure (for Live Nation Security personnel)
(i) Collect all forms and post to the binder.
(ii) Offer a copy of the form to reporting attendee.
(iii) DSnRS Operations to review forms at 8:00 am each day of show for escalation or follow-up, including possible PR response, at DSnRS Staff Production meeting.
(iv) Forms will be stored in a binder and shipped to DSnRS for further follow-up and review post-show.
(v) PR: If a reported incident could have immediate PR implications (positive or negative!) or gain traction on social media, please escalate to Kera Wacker.
e.) If an attendee wishes to report an incident after the convention, they may take a form or contact DSnRS Customer Service post-show.
October 18 - 20, 2019
Friday, 5pm-7pm LifeStream Blood Drive (Riverside Municipal Auditorium)
Friday, 6pm - 11pm
(VIP entry at 5pm)
Saturday, 11am - 12am
(VIP entry at 10am)
Sunday, 11am - 7pm
(VIP entry at 10am)