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Proposed Policy Revision – Reckless Use of Wheeled Devices and Bicycles

September 10, 2020
Ian Harazduk
Compliance Analyst & Privacy Officer
Chief Compliance Office
September 10, 2020

The Reckless Use of Wheeled Devices and Bicycles Policy (currently known as “Reckless Skateboarding/Bicycle Use”) originated in 2012 and was last reviewed in 2017, prior to these proposed revisions in May 2020. The revisions include reference to the UC Riverside Traffic, Parking, and Other Enforcement Codes (issued in October 2019), which allow the reckless use of wheeled devices (i.e. skateboard, in-line roller skates, motorized skateboard, electronically motorized board, scooter and motorized scooter) and bicycles to be cited as infraction violations of the Code. The scope of the policy remains students, faculty, staff, and visitors of the campus. The proposed revision includes the new term “wheeled devices” and also updates other terminology as well as broken links.

To review the proposed policy, please visit the UCR Policy web page. If you are interested in commenting on this policy prior to approval, please do so by October 9, 2020 via the following Policy Comment Form.

If you have questions regarding this policy, please contact the Chief Compliance Office at policy@ucr.edu or 2-8246.