The key aspect to the success of the Safe Sport program is for every member to be vigilant and report any suspicious activity that might be a violation of our Code of Conduct. We simply cannot assume that those being abused will voluntarily come forward, even if given the opportunity to do so in a confidential manner.  In order to be successful, it will require your active participation.  WTSC is committed to providing a safe environment for all participants.  To do so we have athlete protection policies and guidelines in place which follow the recommendations and guidance of USA Swimming's Safe Sport Initiative, as well as the U.S. Center for Safe Sport.  

 

Click on the WTSC Policy Title Below to View:

 

Instructions for NEW Safe Sport Courses: Click HERE

 

Training for Athletes: https://www.usaswimming.org/articles-landing-page/2017/04/05/free-safe-sport-training-for-athletes

 

Training for Parents: https://www.usaswimming.org/articles-landing-page/2017/02/16/safe-sport-for-parents

 

Report concerns to WTSC by emailing the Safe Sport Coordinator, Kassy McPherson, at [email protected]

 

USA Swimming (719) 866-4578 Deal with a Safe Sport Concern

 

The U.S. Center for Safe Sport to make a report.  Use the online reporting form, call (833) 5US-SAFE (587-7233), or find more information at www.safesport.org

 

The U.S. Center for Safe Sport has a 24/7 helpline for reporting sexual abuse and provides confidential counseling for victims.  Specialist are available for live, confidential, one-on-one support.  To access live, confidential help over the phone, call 866-200-0796.

 

USA Swimming Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policy