CALI Listserv Rules & Purpose
The CALI Listserv is a great way to communicate quickly and easily with our subscribed members regarding business work assistance requests and case work/assignments. By sending an E-mail message to the CALI Listserv address, your message will be sent to all subscribers.
The Listserv is the property of the California Association of Licensed Investigators. Its use is a privilege, not a right of membership. To participate in the CALI Listserv, you must abide by the Listserv Rules and Purpose.
To maintain the integrity and professional standards of the Listserv, and to provide the maximum benefit to our members, the "CALI Listserv Rules and Purpose” have been established by the Board of Directors. By subscribing to the CALI Listserv, you agree to abide the requirements, prohibitions, and policies of the Listserv. The Rules are posted in the member section of the CALI website and are also available upon request from the CALI office.
Member posts are not moderated and do not necessarily reflect the opinion or endorsement of CALI.
Member use of the Listserv: Member use of the Listserv is solely for the purpose of exchanging business referrals, posting work assistance requests and information specifically related to PI or PPO case work and/or assignments.
The CALI Listserv is not a chat room or blog and is not intended for the purpose of expressing personal opinions or addressing a dispute with the Association, individuals or businesses.
Communications which do not conform to the Rules and Purpose of the Listserv are prohibited and may result in disciplinary action up to and including your removal from the Listserv.
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Listserv Enforcement Procedures
First Violation: A first violation of the Listserv Rules or Purpose, specifically Prohibitions, will result in the modification of the subscriber's Listserv status for 15 days.
A first violation of the Listserv Rules or Purpose, will result in a warning issued to the member by either the CALI Listserv Chair or by a designated member of the CALI Listserv Committee or the CALI office.
Second Violation: A second violation of the Listserv Rules or Purpose, will result in the modification of the subscriber's Listserv status for 60 days.
Third Violation: A third violation of the Listserv Purpose or Rules will result in the modification of the subscriber's Listserv status for a period of time to be determined by the Board of Directors.
Serious Violation: In all instances, and notwithstanding the violation history of the subscriber, the Committee or the Board of Directors may determine that the member has demonstrated a reckless and total disregard for the Listserv Rules and Purpose which will result in the modification of the subscriber’s Listserv status. The Board of Directors reserves the right to suspend all Listserv privileges for a serious violation. The duration of the enforcement action will be determined by the Board of Directors or Listserv Committee. The Committee and the Board of Directors reserve the right to modify the operating Rules and to temporarily revoke Listserv privileges at any time for abusive conduct. All suspensions shall be immediate. Violation appeals shall be in accordance with policies and procedures established by the Board of Directors. The Listserv Chair and/or the sitting CALI President may temporarily modify a subscriber's Listserv privileges in the case of egregious violations of Prohibitions, pending a vote by the Listserv Committee.
Listserv Violation Record: Each violation will remain on the member's Listserv violation record for a period of two years from the date of the violation.
Violations require a majority vote of the Listserv Committee, and/or the Board of Directors in the case of a Third or Serious Violation.
In the case of all modifications or suspensions, restoration of subscription privileges shall be made on the first following business day.
Nothing in these Enforcement Procedures precludes possible Disciplinary action as prescribed in the CALI Bylaws.
Listserv Appeal: The Listserv Committee and its Chairperson are chosen by the CALI President and confirmed by the CALI BOD. They are tasked with monitoring the postings on the Listserv and assuring that the posting are conforming to the existing Rules and Regulations and to meet and discuss violations that may result in warnings, sanctions or suspensions.