Safety, Prevention and
Code of Conduct
Every student, staff and guest of Capri Beauty College has the right to a safe school environment. Click here for a copy of Capri's Safe Campus brochure.
Annual Security Report for New Lenox
Annual Security Report for Oak Forest
Daily Crime Log
The crime log for the most recent 60 day period is open to public inspection, upon request, during normal business hours. Any portion of the log that is older than 60 days is available within two business days of a request for public
inspection. Date, Time, Nature, Location and Disposition of the complaint is available in the Crime Log.
Emergency Response and Evacuation Procedure
Upon the confirmation from Capri faculty, staff or local police officials, of a significant emergency or dangerous situation involving an immediate threat to the health or safety of students or employees on campus, Capri will notify the ESCC at: http://www.emergencyclosingcenter.com/complete.html Capri will, without delay notify students and faculty, with the safety of the community in mind, determine the content of the notification and initiate the notification system, unless the notification will, in the professional judgment of the responsible authorities, compromise efforts to assist victims or to contain, respond to, or otherwise mitigate the emergency. In the event of an emergency situation, members of Faculty or Staff will notify Management whom will contact Campus Directors responsible for carrying out the emergency response and evacuation procedures. Information will be disseminated to the larger community at capri.edu
01/16/2013 A test of the Emergency Evacuation Procedure was conducted at the Oak Forest Campus. Local Fire Department assisted with this annual event. The Evacuation Test was completed without incident and deemed successful.
Capri Beauty College maintains a Drug-Free Workplace. Click here for a copy of Capri's Notice of a Drug, Alchohol, and Weapons Free Workplace.
Professional Code of Conduct
Professional Code of Conduct is expected on campus, around campus, during off-campus activities, or while at intern sites, beauty supply stores, local businesses, and travel to and from school. Students are expected to be courteous and professional. Profanity, bullying, verbal, physical or written threats, hostility, stealing, obscene gestures, fighting or yelling, acts of violence, destruction of property, threats to campus safety and violation of drug, alcohol, and weapons policy may result in immediate termination. Actions are taken literally. All students involved will be held equally responsible.
Social Networking Code of Conduct
Participating in social networking sites (such as Face book, MySpace, LinkedIn, Twitter etc.) and blogging can be an excellent way to develop personal and professional networks. Such participation should be during non school hours. Moreover, it is critical to remember that Capri's policies such as code of conduct, confidentiality, media contacts/public statements, information systems and policies prohibiting bullying, discrimination and harassment apply even in this context. Students must be mindful of the potential impact that social networking can have on Capri, its reputation, and other students. Absent explicit authorization, students engaged in social or professional networking, electronic or otherwise, should not represent, and appear to represent, or speak on behalf of Capri. Except as may otherwise be legally protected, students also should not make statements that either actually or potentially have a negative impact on Capri or Capri students. Any use of social media on behalf of Capri must be approved in advance by an Officer of Capri. Violators will be held legally responsible and subject to all disciplinary procedures outlined by Capri.
Title IV Code of Conduct
Colleges participating in any of the Title IV loan programs are required by the Department of Education to develop, publish, and enforce a code of conduct. Capri's Title IV Code of Conduct applies to all officers, employees, and agents of Capri's three campus locations. Click here for a copy of Capri's Title IV Code of Conduct.
Capri's process for handling student behavioral problems is a progressive step discipline policy that is consistently and fairly applied. The basis for such a process is a clear set of rules that students are required to follow. While the intent of discipline is to be positive and corrective, it nonetheless is still discipline. Click here for a copy of Capri's Disciplinary Procedure & Conflict Resolution brochure.