​Saturday, January 25th 2020 

C3 has an ABSOLUTELY ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY for any & all types of harassment, including but not limited to:
Inappropriate Physical Contact - Unwelcome Physical Attention - Pestering / Stalking - Intimidation / Bullying - Offensive Verbal Comments - Physical Assault and/or Battery - Bathroom Policing - Disruption Of Events - Harassing Photography Or Recording - Non-Consensual Photography Or Recording

   regarding, but not limited to:

Race - Sexual Orientation - Pregnancy - National Origin - Religion - Appearance - Citizenship - Age - Color - Gender - Gender Identity - Gender Presentation - Weight / Body Size - Disability

You may report an occurrence to a C3 volunteer, to our on the premises law enforcement officials or member of our Security team.

If a person takes part in harassing conduct, C3 Staff will take swift action in any form they deem appropriate, including ejection from C3  with NO refund. Our policy applies to anyone at C3. Exhibitors, Dealers, Fans (Attendees), Speakers, Guests, Professionals, Press, Staff, Volunteers, and Security are all subject to our anti-harassment.

Anyone can report harassment. If someone’s behavior has made you uncomfortable, or if you witness the same happening to someone else, you should immediately contact Law Enforcement officials or C3 Staff, Security Team or a Volunteer. 

If necessary, we will have our on the premises local law enforcement, provide escort, offer a safe place or otherwise assist those experiencing harassment to make sure they feel safe for the rest of C3 . 

Remember: Don’t be Creepy!  Keep your hands to yourself. If you would like to take a picture with or of another C3 Fan, always ask first and respect that person's right to say no. If you are not given permission, do not touch the other person. 

When at C3, BE GOOD or BE GONE. 

C3‘s goal is to create an entertaining, safe, friendly and amazing event where Fans of all kinds can come together and celebrate.  We want you to not only have the most incredible weekend ever, but to experience it in an atmosphere where you are safe and accepted. Your safety and comfort always comes first.