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This document is a summary of our procedures. The full details are in our Accountability Guide.


Main article: Code of Conduct

If you feel a person has violated our Code of Conduct in their interaction with you, you should inform your Community Administratoror our community standards in their interaction with you, you should inform your Community Administrator. Visitors and others who are not members of TarValon.Net, do not have a specific community representative, but the Mayor would be happy to assist you. Your Community Administrator will investigate the matter, including other administrators as needed. If your complaint is upheld, further action will be taken in accordance with the Accountability Guide/This also applies if someone feels you have violated our community standards.


If a person is judged to have violated the site rules, disciplinary action will be taken as outlined in the Accountability Guide, up to and including suspension or termination of membership.


Occasionally, two members may have an issue that is not covered by the Code of Conduct, but which negatively affects their experience. In these situations, we may recommend Mediation. This is not a requirement.

Chain of Command

Main article: Chain of Command for Members

If you are unsatisfied with the response of your Community Administrator, you can escalate the incident to the Director of Membership. This is not for when the Hall has found there to be no issue, or has dealt with it in a way you feel is insufficient.

Unusual Circumstances

In rare circumstances, the Amyrlin has the right to bypass the standard procedure and suspend membership.

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