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Please DO NOT call 911 or the non-emergency phone number of 919-560-4600 for general inquiries or questions about the Indoor Mask Requirement. If your question is not answered on this webpage, contact Durham One Call at 919-560-1200 for assistance Monday-Friday between 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
If you have questions or concerns, or observe students whose behavior does not adhere to Duke University policies, please call 800-826-8109, option 3, the Duke “Speak Up” reporting line, or email email@example.com, which goes to the Office of Student Conduct in the Division of Student Affairs. Submissions by phone and email will be sent to the appropriate department for follow up.
If you have questions or concerns, or observe students whose behavior does not adhere to NCCU polices, please call 919-530-3219 and select the appropriate option to be transferred for assistance.
It is the City’s priority to enforce the Indoor Mask Requirement through education, dialogue, and seeking voluntary cooperation from all businesses, residents, and visitors. If voluntary cooperation is not achieved, the following steps will be taken:
The City will respond to violations with contact from the City Attorney’s Office and/or Durham Police Department (DPD) to provide education and an opportunity for voluntary compliance. This includes a phone call and/or delivery of an advisory letter to notify the individual or business of their responsibility to follow the Indoor Mask Requirement.
For continued violations, DPD will issue a citation and the City Attorney’s Office will issue a cease-and-desist letter. After the citation and letter are issued, DPD will visit again to check on compliance with the Indoor Mask Requirement.