Banned Coach Lists
Not every national sport governing body publishes a banned coach list. Even when such lists are published, they do not represent all coaches who have been found guilty of misconduct. Click here to see Banned Coach Lists
4 UNIVERSITIES AND HIGH SCHOOLS
Schools and colleges that are recipients of federal funds are obligated to comply with Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972 and its specific obligations related to sexual harassment and gender equity. Athletics directors should consult with the institution’s Title IX coordinator and legal counsel to ensure that all adopted policies and procedures conform to these laws.
LEARN MORE ABOUT HOW TO IMPLEMENT A SAFE4ATHLETES PROGRAM FOR YOUR SCHOOL CLICK HERE
The Library is made up of downloadable documents, all policy documents including word documents for the suggested forms, varies areas of interest about abuse in sports, News articles, research papers all searchable by topic. Click her to search the Library
The following videos were developed by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) on Sexual Harassment and Abuse in Sports. Click here
Safe4Athletes is following several news stories about abuse in sports and will continue to track the development and post the latest stories here
Safe4Athletes provides speakers for sport association, professional association conventions or other meetings conducting programs to address the issue of athlete welfare and how every athlete can be provided with a safe and positive sport environment free of sexual misconduct, bullying, and harassment. Click here to learn more
PROMOTE YOUR CLUBS SAFE4ATHLETES PROGRAM WITH A CLUB LOGO
If your club has adopted safe4athletes and needs the club logo please click here
For "What Every Athlete Should Know" handout is available in the Library
Don't forget to list your clubs participation in our searchable database
2012 Introduced State Legislation
Approximately 107 bills in 30 states and the District of Columbia have been introduced in the 2012 legislative session on the reporting of suspected child abuse and neglect; 10 of these states have enacted legislation.
Review a list of requirements by state and legislative proposal click here