Other Prohibited Behavior

Other Prohibited Behavior is a term which, at the University of California, encompasses Invasions of Sexual Privacy, and four other behaviors. This section describes from the policy definitions of Other Prohibited Behavior.

For additional information on Other Prohibited Behaviors regarding your options and support resources, please see the UC Davis Sexual Violence website and/or a printable brochure with a summary of the information.

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Prohibited Conduct Outlined in Other Prohibited Behavior

  • Invasions of Sexual Privacy
  • Sexual intercourse with a person under the age of 18.
  • Exposing one’s genitals in a public place for the purpose of sexual gratification.
  • Failing to comply with the terms of a no-contact order, a suspension of any length, or any order of exclusion issued under this Policy.
  •  Engaging in Retaliation.

Invasions of Sexual Privacy Examples

  • Without a person’s consent, watching or enabling others to watch that person’s nudity or sexual acts in a place where that person has a reasonable expectation of privacy;

  • Without a person’s consent, making or attempting to make photographs (including videos) or audio recordings, or posting, transmitting or distributing such recorded material, depicting that person’s nudity or sexual acts in a place where that person has a reasonable expectation of privacy; or

  • Using depictions of nudity or sexual activity to extort something of value from a person.


Engaging in Retaliation Defined

  • SVSH Policy Defintion
  • Retaliation is an adverse action against a person based on their report or other disclosure of alleged Prohibited Conduct to a University employee or their participation in the investigation, reporting, remedial, or disciplinary processes provided for in this Policy.

    An adverse action is conduct that would discourage a reasonable person from reporting Prohibited Conduct or participating in a process provided for in this Policy, such as threats, intimidation, harassment and coercion.

    Retaliation does not include good faith actions lawfully pursued in response to a report of Prohibited Conduct.
  • Discrimination and Harassment Policy Defintion 
  • Threats, intimidation, reprisals, or adverse actions taken against a person who reports discrimination or harassment, helps someone with a report of discrimination or harassment, or takes part in an investigation or resolution of a complaint.

What if I am accused of Other Prohibited Behavior?

We encourage you to review the what to do if you are accused website specifically designed for you. This website outlines campus services available to help you understand your rights and the investigation and adjudication processes