Reasonable suspicion definition

Reasonable suspicion means a basis for forming a belief based on specific facts and rational inferences drawn from those facts.
Reasonable suspicion means a belief that a student is using or has used alcohol or drugs in violation of this policy drawn from specific objective and articulable facts and reasonable inferences drawn from those facts in the light of experience, and may be based upon, among other things:
Reasonable suspicion means a suspicion of illegal or performance-enhancing drug use based on specific observations made by coaches/administrators/sponsors of the appearance, speech, or behavior of a participant; the reasonable inferences that are drawn from those observations; and/or information of illegal or performance-enhancing drug use by a participant supplied to school officials by other students, staff members, or patrons.

Examples of Reasonable suspicion in a sentence

  • Reasonable Suspicion Testing - This testing will be conducted for any employee whenever the Board, through the Head of Schools or school administrator, or someone authorized in his/her absence, and/or the MRO suspects that there is a violation of Xavier Charter School Drug-Free Workplace Substance Abuse Policy.

More Definitions of Reasonable suspicion

Reasonable suspicion means that it is objectively reasonable for a person to entertain such a suspicion, based upon facts that could cause a reasonable person in a like position, drawing when appropriate on his/her training and experience, to suspect child abuse. (California Penal Code 11166)
Reasonable suspicion means a suspicion based on specific personal observations concerning the appearance, speech or behavior of a student athlete, and reasonable inferences drawn from those observations in the light of experience. Information provided by a reliable source, if based on personal knowledge, shall constitute reasonable suspicion. In the context of performance-enhancing drugs, reasonable suspicion specifically includes unusual increases in size, strength, weight or other athletic abilities.
Reasonable suspicion means that a school official has grounds to believe that the search will result in evidence of a violation of school district policy, rules, and/or law. Reasonable suspicion may be based on a school official’s personal observation, a report from a student, parent or staff member, a student’s suspicious behavior, a student’s age and past history or record of conduct both in and out of the school context, or other reliable sources of information.
Reasonable suspicion means the presence or absence of specific criteria identified in the Contractor's drug-free workplace program (indicating the possibility that a person is under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance) as observed by the Contractor's supervisory personnel with reasonable training in the identification of such criteria.
Reasonable suspicion means an articulated belief based on particularized information and observations and reasonable inferences from such particularized information and observations which would suggest that a member may be in violation of this policy.
Reasonable suspicion means an articulable belief based on specific facts and reasonable inferences drawn from those facts that an employee is under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Circumstances which constitute a basis for determining reasonable suspicion may include, but are not limited to:
Reasonable suspicion means an articulated belief, based on recorded specific facts and observations, and reasonable inference drawn from those facts and observations, that an employee or student is in violation of this policy.