RECONSIDERATION POLICY AND PROCEDURES

RECONSIDERATION POLICY AND PROCEDURES

The Board of Trustees and library staff believe that no citizen or organized group should be allowed to restrict the free choice of others. In addition, the library recognizes that it is not intended to be an institution “in loco parentis,” and so it is parents who are responsible for their children’s reading, listening, and viewing, not the library. However, the Board and staff respect every person’s right to express his or her opinions. If a patron expresses concern about materials or programs, the following procedure should be followed:

  • The Library Director will submit the form to the Library Board who will discuss the concern and suggest what action, if any, be taken. The Library Director will then write a response to the patron based on the Board’s discussion.

Adopted by the Chatfield Public Library Board May 14, 2002.

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