USA Swimming & Arizona Swimming Commitment to Safe Sport
USA Swimming and Arizona Swimming are committed to safeguarding its membership. The welfare of its athletes is the top priority.
Safe Sport – Helpful Information
USA Swimming requires all USA Swimming Clubs to develop and adhere to various policies in furtherance of developing a safer sport. If a member Club does not have an existing policy, by default those policies shall be those model policies developed by USA Swimming. Links to these policies, model policies and other items can be found below. For additional information, visit safesport.org.
- Safe Sport Basics
- USA Swimming Code of Conduct & Athlete Protection Policies
- Model Anti-Bullying Policies
- Electronic Communication Policy
- Team Travel Policy
- Locker Room Policy
- Athlete Protection Training
- Risk Management Manual
- USA Swimming Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policy & Educational Documents
- USA Swimming Best Practices Guidelines
- Background Checks & Pre-employment Screening information
- Mandatory Reporting procedures
- Deal With a Concern – USA Swimming
- List of Individuals Permanently Suspended or Ineligible for Membership
- USA Swimming Safe Sport Abuse Reporting form
Mandatory Athlete Protection Training
All members of AZSI / USA Swimming (athletes and non-athletes) that are 18 years or older are required to complete the USA Swimming Athlete Protection Training annually. Click here to begin mandatory Athlete Protection Training. USA Swimming membership records are automatically updated within a few business days of completion.
The websites listed contain information and resources to combat bullying.
- Action plan to combat bullying containing rules and guidelines set forth by USA Swimming.
- Stopbullying.gov – A government website containing information on bullying.