What is Safe Sport?
USA Swimming is committed to fostering a fun, healthy, and safe environment for all of its members. For that reason, USA Swimming, Georgia Swimming LSC, and ASL have created a detailed Code of Conduct. Safe Sport also provides policies, education, a reporting structure, and tools that are intended to serve our members as we work together to maintain this environment. ASL's Code of Conduct and the policies that flow from it are designed to help us uphold Safe Sport and to create an environment where swimmers can best learn, grow, and thrive!
If you have an immediate concern or need to report an incident, please contact Board President, Rebecca Harper, at [email protected]
Georgia Swimming LSC's current Safe Sport Coordinator is Ceci Christy. She can be reached at [email protected].
View ASL's Code of Conduct and Policies
Visit the Georgia Swimming LSC Safe Sport Page
Visit the USA Swimming Safe Sport Page
Reporting an Incident:
Most incidents are readily handled at the club level. Please report any Safe Sport incidents to Board President, Rebecca Harper at [email protected]
ASL works collaboratively with Georgia Swimming LSC Safe Sport, USA Swimming Safe Sport, as well as the U.S. Center for Safe Sport to ensure that all matters are dealt with fairly and expeditiously.
If you are unable to find resolution at the ASL or LSC levels, you can report incidents or concerns to USA Swimming Safe Sport by emailing Liz Hahn at [email protected] or by completing their online reporting form.
If you are unable to find resolution at the ASL, LSC, or USA Swimming levels, you may also report an incident to the U.S. Center for Safe Sport by calling 720-524-5640 or by completing their online reporting form.
More about Safe Sport:
USA Swimming Safe Sport Best Practice Guidelines