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Thanks for checking out our Code of Conduct! If everyone follows these guidelines and rules, the events we host will be the best they can be!


Innovative Parenting NJ expects a level of acceptable and reasonable behavior from all attendees.


Please have consideration for all Attendees, Guests, and Staffers, as well as for the individuals who are attending other events at this location. (When applicable)


  • Any violation of these rules may result in the suspension of their pass(es) and even a permanent ban from Innovative Parenting Events and its sister conventions. Any attendee caught breaking a state or federal laws will be reported to local authorities. Innovative Parenting NJ has the right to revise the Code of Conduct at any time and for any reason without notice.

Consent to Photography

  • Any photographs or videos of attendees taken by staff in an official capacity may be used or published by Innovative Parenting NJ without further consent of the attendees being recorded.

  • Photography and recording of any kind are strictly prohibited during concert events, with the exception of official Innovative Parenting NJ Press Staff and pre-approved members of the press.

Rules for Behavior

  • Innovative Parenting NJ strives to provide a safe and fun environment for all those who attend the convention. Behavior such as, but not limited to heckling, moshing and/or standing on chairs will not be tolerated at any time for any reason during any convention events. Individuals who engage in such behavior will be immediately ejected from the event. A verbal warning will be issued for a first-time violation and any further misconduct will result in confiscation of their pass for the remainder of the event.

  • Smoking is only permitted in pre-designated areas at the Event location.

  • Please be prepared to show your ticket any time you enter the meeting space or event – it identifies you as a fully paid attendee of the convention.

  • Please consider how your words and actions reflect on the convention and how they impact those around you, as most of the convention activities and areas are directed at general audiences (PG-13). Please keep in mind that other individuals’ opinions may differ from your own. Do not engage in heated discussions with an individual(s).

  • Use your common sense in public areas. If you are unsure whether something is appropriate to do in public, please consult one of the security staff or Directors.

  • If you notice others are uncomfortable with your activities, please stop immediately. We take pride in our appearance and we want you to do so as well while still having fun. To this effect,  Innovative Parenting NJ has the final say on all matters.

Harassment and Assault

  • Harassment is any behavior that seriously annoys or alarms another person. This includes, but is not limited to 

    • Unwanted physical contact

    • Following someone in a public area

    • Verbal assaults

    • Threatening physical violence. 

    • An offender may lose their badge and the matter may be referred to the proper law enforcement authorities.

  • If you are being harassed, immediately contact security or a nearby member of the event staff and security personnel have the right to remove an attendee for not following the rules and their commands and may eject a person from the event.


  •  Innovative Parenting NJ, its personnel, and its affiliates are not responsible for any damage, theft, injury, or loss. Attendees of the convention are responsible for their own actions and belongings as well as for any resulting repercussions. Staff is on hand to assist in any situation. However, any civil or medical emergencies that may occur must be handled directly by the appropriate authorities.

Final Word

  • Innovative Parenting NJ reserves the right to remove any attendee from the event/convention grounds for any reason deemed unsafe or harmful to others or for repeated failure to follow the rules. By following these rules, you can help make the convention amazing for everyone!

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