Public Lab Code of Conduct reporting form
Public Lab values the space that we collectively maintain during our in-person events. We address concerns with thought and care and take reports seriously.
If you experience or witness something that may be a violation of our Public Lab Code of Conduct (available at
or paper copy on the info table at the event), you may contact a member of the Conduct Committee for support or guidance either in person, via email at
, or via this anonymous form. The current list of members of the Conduct Committee is available at
Submitting a report via the form sends an alert email directly to all members of the Conduct Committee.
During Barnraisings, email will be checked at minimum twice daily by at least one member of the Conduct Committee.
During the rest of the year, the email will be checked once weekly.
If you would like to contact the Public Lab nonprofit executive director directly, you may email her at
* Please note that this committee is separate from the Moderators Working Group. Information on the Moderators Group can be found here:
Names and identifying information are not recorded unless you choose to share them.
Describe the issue or cause for concern, in as much detail as possible.
Who was involved in this? Who should we begin talking to?
We ask about urgency so we know if a report requires immediate response; for example, we might take immediate action even at midnight on an urgent report.
(If there is an emergency and there's a threat of imminent harm, contact police or law enforcement immediately.)
VERY HIGH: our response will begin immediately upon receipt at any hour of the day
HIGH: our response will begin immediately between the hours of 9am-9pm
MEDIUM: our response will begin within 24 hours
LOW: no immediate response required; follow-up within a few days
What is the level of urgency?
Other (please specify)
If you want one of us to contact you, tell us the best way.
Other (How would you prefer to be contacted?)
Is there anything else that we should know?
After clicking "Done" your answers will be submitted which sends an alert email directly to all members of the Conduct Committee; email will be checked at minimum twice daily during in-person events by at least one member of the Conduct Committee. The Conduct Committee will be checking emails before, during and after the event.
See above for the in-person event conduct committee.
They will review your report and respond appropriately. You may also contact a member of the Conduct Committee for support or guidance in person or via email at
. If you would like to contact the Public Lab nonprofit executive director directly, you may email her at
. Thank you for helping to keep our space open and respectful.
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