The Cybrarium strives to provide a welcoming environment for all patrons. The following rules of conduct are meant to ensure that the Cybrarium is a safe and enjoyable place. Cybrarium staff shall have the right to contact the proper authorities and ask individuals to leave the Cybrarium when individuals are in violation of these rules. Violation of Cybrarium policies or any unlawful behavior may result in the loss of Cybrarium privileges.
The Cybrarium expects patrons to:
The following actions and forms of conduct are not permitted:
The Cybrarium reserves the right to require anyone violating the Rules of Conduct to leave the building. Anyone who is required to leave the building due to a violation of the Rules of Conduct will not be permitted in the Cybrarium for the remainder of the day. Violations may result in the patron being barred from the Cybrarium for a period of one (1) to seven (7) days.
Serious or repeated misconduct may lead to legal action or criminal prosecution. The Cybrarium considers the following activities to be serious violations of the Rules of Conduct:
Anyone who engages in these activities will be required to leave the Cybrarium. Serious violations will result in the suspension of an individual’s privileges and being barred from the Cybrarium for one (1) year from date of suspension.
Exceptions to these Rules of Conduct may be granted at the discretion of the Director or designee.
In the event the Cybrarium determines that an individual shall be barred for any period of time greater than one (1) day, the Cybrarium shall provide such individual written notice of said bar, the duration of the bar, and the reasons for the bar. This notice shall be referred to as an order of trespass.
Disputing a trespass
The City establishes the following process to be used by individuals to whom an order of trespass has been issued should the individual wish to dispute or appeal their barring from the Cybrarium. If the individual chooses not to use this process, the order of trespass shall remain in effect for the full period included in the order of trespass.
The barred individual must file an appeal in writing to the Director within thirty (30) days of the receipt of the order of trespass. The Director or designee will schedule an appeal hearing with the individual within fourteen (14) days of receipt of the request to appeal. At the appeal hearing, the individual will have the opportunity to present any information or otherwise explain factors the individual deems relevant to overturn or reduce the duration of the bar. The staff person responsible for the order of trespass will present information related to the rationale for barring the individual from the Cybrarium. The sole issue to be determined by the Director or designee is whether the Cybrarium’s bar and the duration of the bar are "clearly erroneous," as defined under Florida law. The Director or designee may vacate, modify or uphold the order of trespass. Unless deferred, The Director or designee will render a decision about the appeal within seven (7) business days of the hearing and shall notify the individual and appropriate staff members in writing.
Adopted: January 12, 2021