USA Swimming and South Eastern Virginia Aquatics' top priority continues to be keeping our athletes safe. No form of abuse, including child sexual abuse, has a place in our sport. As a part of our continued commitment to safeguarding our athletes, USA Swimming/SEVA has enacted enhancements to policy and education requirements.

SEVA Action Plan to End Bullying

SEVA Code of Conduct - Coaches

SEVA Code of Conduct - Parents

SEVA Code of Conduct - Athletes

SEVA Photography Policy

SEVA Best Practice Guidelines

SEVA Incident Reporting Form (PDF / Word)

SEVA Written permission for an unrelated-adult athlete to share the same lodging with a minor athlete

SEVA Permission for an unrelated adult to provide local transportation to minor-athlete

SEVA Permission for an unrelated applicable adult to travel to competition with minor-athlete

SEVA Permission for treatment by a licensed massage therapist or other certified professional or healthcare provider to treat a minor-athlete

 

MAAPP (Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policy)

Additional USA Swimming MAAPP resources

Report a Concern to USA Swimming: (719) 866-4578 or Deal with a Safe Sport Concern

Report a Concern to U.S. Center for Safe Sport: (720) 524-5640 or Incident Reporting Form (online) PDF document or Word document

Club Safe Sport Coordinator: Stephanie Campbell at stephanie.campbell@sevaswimming.org

Safe Sport Best Practice Guidelines

Safe Sport training for Minor Athletes
Required for all athletes ages 14+ / Recommended for athletes 12+

Safe Sport training for Parents and Adult Non-Athletes
Strongly recommended for all parents and adult non-athletes (most parents should register as non-members)
For parents who are USA Swimming members such as coaches/officials, use this link.


Athlete Protection Training for Adult Athletes and USA Swimming Members
Required for all athletes ages 18+
Required for all athlete and non-athlete USA swimming members

SEVA Grievance Procedure