This form is a way to record that you have read Lancaster Improv Player's Theater (LIP) Code of Conduct and agree to abide by its policies.
The LIP Code of Conduct document is required reading for every member of our community. It is seven pages and it is vital that everyone understands what is in it. LIP wants to ensure that everyone feels safe, welcomed, and accepted in its spaces and at its events. This document details how our community members and staff, at every level, are expected to treat each another. The Code of Conduct affirms the rights of each member of the LIP community, and also calls out behaviors that are unacceptable. These policies are in place to ensure we all understand that LIP is a space where everyone is welcome and free to create without fear of discrimination or harassment. We want everyone to know that their rights are protected, and that if any concerns are brought to us, they will be heard and responded to accordingly.
We require all our community members to acknowledge that they have received, read, and agreed to abide by this document.
As part of our efforts to ensure this Code of Conduct is current and reflects our commitments to our community, it was revised on January 15th, 2023. See below both a copy of the current Code of Conduct, as well as a document highlighting all the changes between the current version and the previous version. Revisions were made purely from our commitment and belief in a safe community, and was not done in response to any incident.
The Code of Conduct (version 01-15-2023):https://drive.google.com/file/d/1fWcw1X8RrFQKOHedaIeOIYV7OreG3VWC/view?usp=sharing
For those familiar with the prior version, here's a document highlighting the changes made on 01-15-2023:https://drive.google.com/file/d/1RYe0D6ycMZqreWM0WZFnYqplp2Kst-XB/view