Harassment of any kind, including physical assault, battery, deliberate intimidation, stalking, or unwelcome physical attention, will not be tolerated. If people tell you
NO or to leave them alone, your business with them is done. If you continue to attempt to have contact with those people, you may be removed from the premises. The Con Runners will only make a final decision after verifying any evidence that the Code of Conduct has been violated at the convention.
“No” means NO, “Stop” means STOP AND “Go away” means GO AWAY
If you have tried these measures and if someone doesn’t understand these simple rules, ask Convention Runners or any convention staff member for assistance in contacting the appropriate authorities, i.e.: the police. We will be happy to support you through the process.
Any attempt to have an innocent person removed from the convention by falsely accusing him or her of threats or harassment will be themselves treated as an act of harassment will be dealt with appropriately. The responsibility for settling interpersonal disputes lies solely with the individuals involved, and OuteRimCon will not be involved in such disputes. You place your membership in jeopardy should you try to involve us.
As well, please be aware that any action or behavior that causes significant interference with convention operations, excessive discomfort to other attendees, or adversely affects the convention’s relationship with its guests, its venues or the public is strictly forbidden and may result in permanent suspension of membership from this year’s convention.
No disorderly conduct such as loitering, public intoxication, indecent exposure, begging, or soliciting will be tolerated.
No selling weapons or serving alcohol to minors.
No smoking inside any public buildings. Smoking is only permitted in designated smoking areas. This is a non-smoking facility and all of its rooms are non-smoking.
Please respect the facilities. The Columbia Memorial Space Center has been gracious enough to host OuteRimCon, and we would like to keep our relationship with them. Please leave the facilities and equipment in at least as good a condition as you found them.
All aisles, exits, fire safety devices, and concession stands must be kept clean, clear, visible, and unobstructed at all times.
Do not tape, tack, staple, nail, or otherwise affix anything to any wall or surface at the Columbia Memorial Space Center. This includes doors, panels, columns, and other portions of the facilities.
Glitter, gum, confetti, balloons, stickers, and door or window decals may not be used, distributed, or affixed inside the facilities.
No outside food or drink may be sold or distributed on the premises without prior permission, licenses, permits, and insurance.
Only people with disabilities or prior approval may use transportation devices indoors.
Service Animals are allowed on-site. Proper identification of a service animal will be needed.
No skateboards, bicycles, or roller-blades are allowed indoors.
Shoes must be worn at all times.