Pacific Swimming
Level 2


Carson Tigersharks and USA Swimming SafeSport

The Carson Tigersharks Swim Team is committed to providing an enjoyable and complete swimming experience for swimmers of all ages and abilities. It is the tradition of the Carson Tigersharks to provide a challenging, yet safe and positive training environment in which swimmers can develop a sense of self-esteem and pride through individual and team achievement. 

By working together as coaches, parents, teammates, and volunteers, we can support our members in this goal through policies and procedures where our swimmers can train and compete in a safe and dependable environment.

Carson Tigersharks Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policy (MAAPP)

USA Center for SafeSport Parent Toolkit

USA Swimming SafeSport Mainpage

USA Swimming Code of Conduct

SafeSport Best Practice Guidelines

How to Report a SafeSport Incident

To deal with a Safe Sport concern, contact USA Swimming at (719) 866-4578.

To report an incident to the US Center For Safe Sport, click the link below or call (720) 524-5640.

for more information, visit

Carson Tigersharks SafeSport Club Coordinator: Julie Hardt, Email HERE


Carson Tigersharks Adult Athlete (aged 18+) Requirement

All USA Swimming athletes aged 18 or older are required to complete athlete protection training each year to maintain their USA Swimming membership status.

Athlete Protection Training Requirement for Adult Athletes



SafeSport and Other Documents

MAAPP and Applicable Adults

MAAPP and One on One Interactions

MAAPP and Social Media & Electronic Communications

MAAPP and Travel

MAAPP and Locker Rooms and Changing Areas

MAAPP and Massages, Rubdowns, and Athletic Training Modalities

MAAPP and Non-USA Swimming Activities

Locker Room Monitoring Policy

Action Plan to Address Bullying

Photography Policy

Code of Conduct: Coach

Code of Conduct: Athlete

Code of Conduct: Parent

Grievance Policy