I'm a (volunteer) staff member at a major science fiction convention which I won't name here but I've not exactly been quiet about elsewhere on this site
This convention *finally* put in place a harassment policy this year, outlining what they consider harassment (other than "Don't be a d1ck"), what the consequences are, and what to do if there's an issue.
One of my fellow volunteers had the dubious honor of being the first person removed from convention staff under the new harassment policy - two days before the convention actually started
A second staffer - a good friend of his - then walked off, leaving us shorthanded. Worse, this second staffer was actually in charge of one of the volunteer departments, so we had to find someone at the last minute to cover. In an interesting ironic twist, the female staffer who reported the harassment in the first place was the one to step up and take over. In a much sadder twist, the amount of gossip and victim-blaming she got from other people (who should not have known the details about the incident in the first place) caused her to leave our volunteer staff for good mid-convention also, once again leaving that department short-staffed
I don't blame her - victims of sexual harassment / sexual assault react with all sorts of emotions and they're all valid reactions - but it did make the whole thing harder.
Not-PD-but-should-be: it really bothered me how many of my fellow volunteers thought the new policy was a huge joke. "Ha ha ha, we can't sexually harass anyone anymore? Does that mean I can't be me?" Unfortunately, most of the guys who felt like this policy was going to crimp their style were, in fact, the ones I wanted to tell "YES YOU @#$@#$@ YOU ARE THE REASON WE HAVE THIS POLICY IN THE FIRST PLACE AND YOUR STUPID OFFENSIVE "JOKES" AREN'T FUNNY ANYWAY."
But I wasn't in a position to actually say that