Enforcements for South Puget Sound Community College
|Case||Agency||Violation/Result||Penalty Amount||Laws RCW|
|2017-057||South Puget Sound Community College||
Violation: An employee with South Puget Sound Community College may have violated the Ethics in Public Service Act when he used state resources for his private benefit and gain.
Result: An agreed Stipulation was approved on January 12, 2018 imposing a civil penalty of $2,500 with $1,250 suspended.
|2012-054||South Puget Sound Community College||
Violation: A former Welding Lab Tech may have violated the Ethics in Public Service Act by using state resources for her personal financial gain and that she provided a special privilege to herself and some students by using and allowing them the use of the SPSCC welding shop after hours and on weekends to complete their personal projects.
Result: A final order was signed on July 3, 2014 imposing a civil penalty of $3,056.
|$3,056||RCW 42.52.070, RCW 42.52.160|
|2012-053||South Puget Sound Community College||
Violation: A former employee of South Puget Sound Community College violated RCW 42.52.020, .070 and .160 when he allowed a select group of students the use of the welding shop after hours and allowed a tech to make copper roses, for her personal benefit, during class time and while getting paid as a lab tech.
Result: Settlement approved on March 14, 2014 for a civil penalty of $3,000.
|$3,000||RCW 42.52.020, RCW 42.52.070, RCW 42.52.160|