CCA is committed to the USA SWIMMING


Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policy

USA Swimming and CCA is committed to fostering a fun, healthy, and safe environment for all of its members across all programs that are offered by the club.   Safe Sport also provides policies, education, a reporting structure, and tools that are intended to serve our members as we work together to maintain this safe environment.

USA Swimming’s Safe Sport program, a comprehensive abuse prevention program, consists of a multi-layered approach to keep kids safe, including: required policies and best practice guidelines; mandatory screening, including criminal background checks and employment screening; training and education; monitoring, supervision and mandatory reporting.  These measures are informed by experts in the field of child safety and are among the strongest safeguards found in youth-serving organizations.

Link to Safe Sport Recognition Courses for Athletes and Parents 


For information on USA Swimming's MAAPP visit:

USA Swimming link to Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policy - MAAPP

CCA MAAPP (pdf) 

Link for Non-Athlete Members to take APT (Non-Athlete Members include:  Coaches, Officials, Chaperones, Meet Directors, and USA Swimming Adult Athletes over the age of 18) visit:

Athlete Protection Training

For more information on USA Swimming's Safe Sport Program visit:

Safe Sport Best Practices 

Talking About Safe Sport

Safe Sport Parent Introduction

Sierra Nevada Swimming - Safe Sport Info


Code of Conduct and other Documents: 

CCA's Code of Conduct

USA Swimming's Code of Conduct

CCA's Action Plan to Address Bullying

CCA's Electronic Communication and Social Media Policy


​To report a Safe Sport Concern: 

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

U.S. Center for Safe Sport :  Use the online reporting form, call (720) 524-5640, or find more information at

Migdalia Zamora Ortiz- CCA Safe Sport Coordinator: [email protected]