Reference: Maine Anti-Hazing Law (Statutes 6553 and 10004)
Maine Gold Rush Basketball Camp is committed to the personal development of each participant in our basketball camp. The Camp Directors are committed to providing a safe learning environment for all participants, coaches, counselors and medical staff. As a result, we unequivocally oppose any situation created intentionally to produce mental or physical discomfort, embarrassment, harassment, or ridicule to any person.
The Camp Directors will interpret hazing as any act whether physical, mental, emotional, or psychological, which subjects another person, voluntarily or involuntarily, to anything that may abuse, mistreat, degrade, humiliate, harass, or intimidate him or her, or which may in any fashion compromise his or her dignity as a person.
Reported incidents will be investigated promptly and in a manner which protects the rights of the person filing the complaint, the person complained against, and Maine Gold Rush Camp. Anyone who participates in such actions will be subject to discipline by the coach and/or Maine Gold Rush Camp Directors.
Pool Rules - (not our responsibility)
Security presence - Colby has a 24/7/365 well-trained and experienced Security presence on campus. All are CPR/1st Aid certified and more than 1/2 the staff are EMT's. We have 21 emergency communications boxes spread throughout the campus, 100% sprinkler protection, 100% fire alarm coverage, and are located less than four minutes response time from fire & ambulance.
Emergency plan - The College has an emergency response team comprised of representatives from all major functional areas of the College. Our emergency response plan covers every conceivable type of disaster and is structured to guide an appropriate response to those disasters we've not considered yet.
Bruce McDougal, CSP
Colby College Director of Safety
P - 207-859-5504
F - 207-859-5505