220.0 VII-7.21-POLICY ON JURY SERVICE FOR ADMINISTRATIVE AND CLASSIFIED PERSONNEL
 
 
  (Approved by the Board of Regents, February 28, 1992;
   Amended May 7, 1993)
 
 
      I.    Purpose and Applicability.  To establish a leave category
            called Jury Service for all regular administrative and
            classified employees which permits an employee, under
            certain circumstances, to be absent from duty without
            loss of any pay or without charge to the employee's
            accrued leave.
 
     II.    General.  An employee who is selected for jury duty shall
            notify the immediate supervisor of this selection without
            delay.  An employee, regardless of shift assignment, who
            is on jury duty shall be permitted to be absent without
            loss of pay or charge to any leave for the day(s) of jury
            service.  Upon request, the employee shall be responsible
            for providing documentation which verifies attendance.
            If, after reporting for jury duty, it is determined that
            the individual's services are not required and the
            individual is dismissed for the day, then the individual,
            time permitting, is required to return to the job.
 
 
  IMPLEMENTATION PROCEDURES:
 
       Each Chief Executive Officer shall develop procedures as
       necessary and submit a copy to the Chancellor.
 
  Replacement for:
 
       UM Personnel Policies and Rules for Classified Employees -
       Section VI.8 - Other Leave - Jury Service, page VI-14.
 
       UM Personnel Policies and Rules for Associate Staff - Section
       I.6 - Leave for Jury Service, page 26.
 
       Laws Relating to and Governing Policies and Procedures of the
       Board of Trustees of the State Universities and Colleges of
       Maryland, Section VI.  Administrative Officers, page VI-3.
 
       BOR III-12.00, Policy on Academic Administrators/Associate