Pine Crest Swimming stands for Safe Sport

USA SWIMMING SAFE SPORT

 

USA Swimming is committed to safeguarding all of its members with the welfare of its athlete members as top priority. Safe Sport is USA Swimming’s comprehensive abuse prevention program and provides tools for swim clubs to educate their members and intervene in risky situations

We fully endorse and support USA Swimming’s Safe Sport and Safety programs by helping to provide these resources for our club members.

 

Safe Sport Basics & Conduct:

Learn About Safe Sport

USA Swimming Code Of Conduct

PCS Team Travel Policy

PCS Bullying Policy

PCS Electronic Communication Policy

PCS Team Contract

PCS MAAPP

 

 

 

How to Deal with a Safe Sport Concern:

Call USA Swimming at (719) 866-4578, or Deal with a Safe Sport Concern

Additionally, contact the U.S. Center for Safe Sport to make a report.

Use the online reporting form, call (720) 524-5640, or find more information at www.uscenterforsafesport.org

2017 Athlete Protection Policies

 

Safe Sport Basics & Best Practices Guideline(s):

Learn About Safe Sport

Best Practices Guidelines

Best Practices Guidelines - Athletes With Disabilities

 

Complete Safety Requirements:

Initiate Background Check

Pre-Employment Screening

 

FREE Safe Sport Courses:

Athlete Protection Training

Safe Sport Training For Athletes

Safe Sport For Parents

Bullying Prevention

 

USA Swimming and FGC Swimming Safe Sport Contacts:

 

Liz Hahn - Safe Sport Program Coordinator, USA Swimming

ehahn@usaswimming.org, 719-866-3542

 

Tiffany Midkiff - Safe Sport Coordinator, USA Swimming

tmidkiff@usaswimming.org, 719-866-3580

 

Michael Averett - Safe Sport Coordinator, Florida Gold Coast

maverett@swimfortlauderdale.com, 954-463-0627

 

Protecting our young athletes is ALL of our responsibility... as coaches, volunteers, and parents.  Policies are enforceable by the National Board of Review process. Consequences for breaking a policy include, but are not limited to, revocation of membership.