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Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policy

  • Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention - Full Policy  Updated 5.27.2019
  • USA Swimming Member clubs are required to implement the USA Swimming Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policy (MAAPP) in full by June 23, 2019. MAAPP contains five sections: one-on-one interactions, travel, social media and electronic communications, locker rooms and changing areas and massage, rubdowns and athletic training modalities. Please read below for the Policy and other education materials. 

 

EDUCATIONAL DOCUMENTS

MAAPP Communication : Letter to membership

 

  •  Information on Safe Sport Coordinator for Clubs Position  Click Here

  •   USA Swimming Director of Safe Sport:  TBA

  •   USA Swimming Safe Sport Coordinator:  Liz Hahn ehahn@usaswimming.org

  •   USA Swimming Safe Sport Education Specialist: Maggie Vail
    mvail@usaswimming.org

  •   Indiana Swimming Safe Sport Coordinator:  Paul Stauder paul.stauder@me.com

  •   USA Swimming Safe Sport Abuse Reporting Form: Click Here  To access live, confidential help over the phone, call 866-200-0796

  •  NEWOnline Athlete Protection Training for USA Swimming Members Click Here


NEW - 24/7 SAFE SPORT SUPPORT
The National Center for Safe Sport has a 24/7 help line for reporting sexual abuse and confidential counseling for victims. Specialists provide live, confidential, one-on-one support. 
 
To access live, confidential help over the phone, call 

  Safe Sport Mondays:  Click Here

  Swim Staff Select:  Click Here This web application was created to help leaders of USA Swimming-affiliated swim clubs create tools for staff screening. If you lead or represent an eligible swim club, you'll be able to use this site to create job descriptions, interview scripts and more!