- Disruptive conduct is defined as loud talking, rude language, abuse of library property, and being rude to staff members or other patrons.
- If these behaviors occur, the staff will warn the patron to stop the behavior.
- If the patron receives a third warning, the patron will not be allowed to come to the library for the rest of that week. If the incident occurs on a Friday, the patron will not be able to come to the library for the following week.
- If disruptive conduct persists or escalates before three warnings, the police should be called if any menace or danger is sensed.
- If the patron continues to exhibit a pattern of disruptive conduct (more than one case of suspension from visiting the library), then the patron may be barred from visiting the library indefinitely at the discretion of the Director.