Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policy MAAPP 2.0
"USA Swimming’s top priority continues to be keeping our athletes safe. No form of abuse, including child sexual abuse, has a place in our sport. As a part of our continued commitment to safeguarding our athletes, USA Swimming has enacted enhancements to our Safe Sport policy and education requirements." -USA Swimming
The items in this section will explain and provide material set forth as education and requirements for compliance with the USA Swimming Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policy [MAAPP]. All this information reflects the latest policy updates for compliance with MAAPP 2.0 [August 30, 2021]. Material and policy below replace all versions previously issued June 2019. MAAPP Webinars are located under the Educational Documents below as an additional training resource.
All adult athletes (any over 18) must complete the same Athlete Protection Training (APT) as all adult members. Any adult athlete who does not have the APT attached to their USA Swimming record is not considered a valid member.
All ECCC Swim Families will be required to acknowledge and adhere to these policies in addition to ECCC Team Policies. Please find our policy, educational material, and acknowledgment form in the links below. We thank all our team members and families for support of these policies and our efforts with creating the safest team environment possible for the athletes. Thank you!
Please click HERE for additional information provided by USA Swimming on MAAP.
Once you have reviewed all the training material made available please print, sign and return the policy acknowledgment form: ECCC Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policy [MAAPP] 2.0 Acknowledgment