3.2.5 Tampering with safety equipment and arson
Use of equipment designed for safety or security in a manner inconsistent with the intended use of the equipment or intentional or unintentional use of flame or heat in a dangerous manner. Violators of this Code may also face criminal charges. Tampering with safety equipment and arson includes, but is not limited to:
a. Tampering with, covering, activating, or deactivating a smoke detector in a non-emergency situation whether done intentionally, recklessly, or by failure to exercise reasonable care;
b. Discharging a fire extinguisher in a non-emergency situation;
c. Tampering with, covering, activating, or deactivating a building alarm in a nonemergency setting;
d. Setting fires inside a building and/or on campus;
e. Tampering with, covering, or deactivating security cameras; and/or
f. Non-emergency or prank use of emergency telephones.