PEAK Swimming is committed to providing a fun, safe, and supportive environment for all of our members through policies, practices and educational opportunities.
PEAK Safe Sport Contacts
Abi Liu - Head Coach
Chris Scott - Head Age Group Coach
Jason Chu - Team Safe Sport Representive & Parent
How to Deal with a Safe Sport Concern
Where to Start
USA Swimming Safe Sport Online Reporting Form
USA Swimming: (719) 866-4578
US Center for SafeSport: (720) 524-5640
Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policy (MAAPP)
PEAK Swimming Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policy (MAAPP)
PEAK Swimming MAAPP Written Acknowledgement of Policy
More MAAPP information and FAQs can be found on the USA Swimming website: USA Swimming > Safe Sport > Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policy
USA Swimming Athlete and Non-Athlete Education
USA Swimming LEARN Portal
Athlete Protection Training (for non-athlete members and 18 & older athletes)
Safe Sport for Parents
Safe Sport Training for Minor Athletes
Safe Sport Best Practice Guidelines
USA Swimming Bullying Prevention Education
PEAK Safe Sport Policies
PEAK Swimming - Address Bullying Plan of Action
PEAK Swimming Team Code of Conduct
PEAK Swimming Coach Code of Conduct
PEAK Swimming Photography Policy
PEAK Swimming Grievance Policy
USA Swimming Mandatory Reporting Rule (from the USA Swimming 2020 Rule Book)
CHILD ABUSE REPORTING REQUIREMENTS
306.1 Pursuant to federal law, it is every member’s responsibility to immediately (i.e., within 24 hours) report any incident of child abuse, including physical or sexual abuse, to law enforcement and the U.S. Center for SafeSport. Reporting must occur when an individual has firsthand knowledge of misconduct or where specific and credible information has been received from a victim or knowledgeable third party. A report to the U.S. Center for SafeSport may be made via telephone at (720) 531-0340 or online at www.uscenterforsafesport.org/report-a-concern. Various state laws may also require reporting to law enforcement or to a designated child protection agency.
306.2 Filing a knowingly false allegation of child abuse and sexual misconduct is prohibited and may violate state criminal law and civil defamation laws. Any person making a knowingly false allegation of sexual misconduct shall be subject to disciplinary action by USA Swimming.
306.3 Neither civil nor criminal statutes of limitation apply to reports of cases of sexual abuse.