Safe Harbor: Guidelines, Process, and Resources for Ethics and Conduct in Buddhist Communities is a book I edited in the 1990s at Buddhist Peace Fellowship. Then as now concerns about sexuality, authority, and appropriate boundaries continue to arise in our communities. If the Dharma is truly to provide refuge then teachers and practitioners need to understand our own shadow side, and learn how to take care of each other.
This book features practical articles by Chozen Bays & Keido Les Kaye, an introduction by me, and a selection of model guidelines and grievance procedures from several centers. It also includes a section on resources — some of which might need some updating — and a good bibliography.
The book can also be downloaded as a free PDF.