All reports will be received by the Committee, and will be assigned a committee member if any action is to be taken. Once we feel an adequate investigation has been made, the committee will discuss what actions should be taken and then send their recommendations to the GLEA Board of Directors, who will make the final call on all cases. As it requires a board vote to close a case and take action, please expect this process to take some time.
Important to remember:
- All reports are encouraged, although we have limited ability to respond to reports existing outside the scope of Lakes of Fire. Additionally, we can only investigate first-hand reports, as we want to empower victims and allow them the opportunity to choose if and when they want to disclose their assaults. In order for us to investigate these incidents, the people impacted should contact us directly themselves, if and when they are ready to do so. However, we can document second-hand reports to connect incidents as needed.
- Please note that the committee only meets every two weeks and it may take multiple meetings to investigate and respond to reports. The committee is also closed for two weeks before and after the Lakes of Fire event. We appreciate your patience during the process.
- You can read more about our community standards at http://www.lakesoffire.org/the-event/code-of-conduct/