USA Swimming, Minnesota Swimming and Foxjets Swim Team are committed to providing a safe and supportive environment for all members and encourage parents/swimmers to increase awareness of Safe Sport and Child Protection issues.

All coaches and officials are required to take USA Swimming Athlete Protection Training, as well as several levels of background checks and other professional certifications for USA Swimming licensure/membership.

The Safe Sport Coordinator for Foxjets Swim Team is Micah Roberts. CONTACT HERE

Parents and swimmers are also encouraged to participate in Safe Sport training. The LEARN platform online at USA Swimming provides training for parents and swimmers. The courses are informative and affirm our efforts to provide a safe and positive atmosphere for our team. The courses are free of charge and brief. We encourage our members to take the course online and give us your feedback. The courses can be found here.

Foxjets Swim Team Code of Conduct                                 
Foxjets Swim Team - USA Swimming MAAPP Policy

Foxjets Swim Team Handbook                                           Foxjets Swim Team Travel Overnight Lodging Policy Permission

Foxjets Swim Team Grievance Procedure                         Foxjets Swim Team Travel with Minor Athlete Policy Permission

Foxjets Swim Team Bullying Policy                                    Foxjets Swim Team Travel Transportation Policy Permission

USA Swimming Safe Sport Best Practices                         Foxjets Swim Team Permission for Treatment By Massage Therapist or Certified Professional

USA Swimming Code of Conduct - Parents                        Foxjets Swim Team Permission for Mental Health Care or Medical Care Provider

USA Swimming Code of Conduct - Coaches                       Foxjets Swim Team Photography Policy

USA Swimming Code of Conduct - Athletes

USA Swimming Safe Sport Page

Minnesota Swimming Safe Sport Page

Additional Resources:
USA Swimming (719) 866-4578  Deal with a Safe Sport Concern
U.S. Center for Safe Sport to make a report - use the online reporting form, or call (720) 524-5640
Find more information at 
www.uscenterforsafesport.org