Well we were friends as I understood it, but when I asked if emotional boundaries between staff and students were the same as physical boundaries the university accused me of unwanted contact and have banned me from approaching the information centre when he is working. What I want to know is why did this only turn into misconduct when I raised concerns?
I have been told that because a complaint wasn't made against me I don't have the right to challenge the accusations. They are treating it as fact and the arrangements they have put in place are deemed to be fair, IF they had told me I was doing this I would have stopped it. Basically what has happened is I withdrew a complaint about boundaries, I am disabled so I need Darryl's support. I then complained about the no contact rule, and that is when they started spouting off duty of care to protect staff from unwanted attention, which I didn't know I was guilty off.
They are now saying the matter is closed, I am guilty end of story, but they won't show me the evidence of harassment? I want to resolve it through an adult discussion, they want to resolve it through no contact at all.
Oh, I sent some rude tweets about the person who made the decision, 5 tweets, and I got a disciplinary hearing and a written reprimand on file for a year! How can they provide evidence for 5 tweets but nothing for sustained harassment?