YMCA of Harrison County Code of Conduct

YMCA of Harrison County staff, employees, volunteers, members, participants, and guests are to act appropriately and maturely, behave responsibly and respect others. Our Code of Conduct outlines prohibited action, but is not an all-inclusive list of behaviors considered inappropriate in our facilities or when participating in our programs.

  • Use or possession of alcohol, tobacco or illegal chemicals is prohibited on YMCA of Harrison County property or at sponsored programs.
  • Carrying or concealing a weapon or any device or object that may be used as a weapon.
  • Harassment or intimidation by words, gestures, body language or any type of menacing behavior.
  • Physical contact with another person in an angry, aggressive or threatening way.
  • Verbally abusive behavior, including angry or vulgar language, searing, name-calling or shouting.
  • Sexually explicit conversation or behavior; any sexual contact with another person; and wearing inappropriate, immodest or sexually revealing attire.
  • Theft or behavior that results in the destruction or loss of property.
  • Loitering within or on the grounds of the YMCA of Harrison County.
  • Use of video recorders, cameras or any other visual recording devices in the restrooms or locker rooms or using one of these devices inappropriately.
  • Individuals who have been convicted of any crime involving sexual abuse, is or has been a registered sex offender or is presently under the influence of dangerous drugs or chemicals, narcotics or intoxicating beverages.

Any violation of this Code of Conduct may result in suspension or termination of membership, program participation and/or visiting privileges to the YMCA of Harrison County.