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2021-06-24

05:00 PM - 06:30 PM

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WAIVER OF LIABILITY, RELEASE
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USA Hockey is committed to creating a safe and positive environment for its participants’ physical, emotional, and social development and ensuring it promotes an environment free from abuse and misconduct. To help create a safe environment, USA Hockey has adopted a Safe Sport Program containing policies and procedures applicable to its programs. As the national governing body for ice hockey as designated by the United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee (“USOPC”) under the Ted Stevens Olympic and Amateur Sports Act, USA Hockey is subject to the requirements of the USOPC, the US Center for SafeSport (“Center for SafeSport”), and federal law, including the Protecting Young Victims from Sexual Abuse and SafeSport Authorization Act of 2017 (the “SafeSport Authorization Act”).
Accordingly, by virtue of such person’s registration for membership, each member of USA Hockey agrees to abide by and be subject to (1) the SafeSport Code for the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Movement (the “SafeSport Code”) as adopted by the Center for SafeSport, (2) all requirements of the SafeSport Authorization Act, (3) and all USA Hockey Safe Sport Policies as set forth in the USA Hockey Safe Sport Program Handbook as it may be amended or modified from time to time. Each member of USA Hockey shall be subject (a) to the jurisdiction of the Center for SafeSport with respect to the investigation and resolution of any allegations that such person may have violated (i) the sexual abuse and misconduct policies of the Center for SafeSport, (ii) allegations of violations of USA Hockey’s SafeSport Policies that are reasonably related to and accompany a report or allegation of sexual abuse or misconduct, and (iii)  any other allegations of violations of the SafeSport Code over which the Center for SafeSport exercises discretionary jurisdiction, and (b) subject to any action taken by the Center for SafeSport as a result of such allegations, including without limitation, suspension, permanent suspension, and/or referral to law enforcement authorities, all as set forth in the SafeSport Code. Each member of USA Hockey shall also be subject to the jurisdiction of USA Hockey with respect to any allegations that such person may have violated policies of USA Hockey’s Safe Sport Program and that are not under the jurisdiction of or addressed by the Center for SafeSport.
The SafeSport Code may be found at www.uscenterforsafesport.org. According to the SafeSport Code, all members of USA Hockey are responsible for knowing the information, policies and procedures outlined therein. The USA Hockey Safe Sport Program Handbook and other information and materials regarding USA Hockey’s Safe Sport Program may be found at www.usahockey.com/safesportprogram. As a member of USA Hockey, you are encouraged to review all Safe Sport Program materials and information available at USA Hockey’s website.
Minor Athlete Abuse Protection Policies
The USA Hockey Safe Sport Program Handbook contains Minor Athlete Abuse Protection Policies adopted by the Center for SafeSport, and as applied to USA Hockey Programs, also includes other policies, procedures and requirements that USA Hockey considers important to its mission to provide a safe environment within USA Hockey programs. These policies include prohibitions one-on-one interactions between minor age participants and (i) adult members of USA Hockey (including all adult players, coaches, officials and manager/volunteers), (ii) any adult authorized, approved or appointed by USA Hockey or a member program to have regular contact with or authority over minor Participants, and (iii) any adult employee, staff or board members of USA Hockey or a member program. These policies apply in areas or situations with an increased risk of abuse or misconduct, including prohibitions or specific requirements for on one-on-one interactions between adults and minors in locker rooms, electronic communications, during travel locally to and from practices or games and during overnight team travel, in meetings or individual training sessions, and in out-of-program interactions.
To best protect athletes from abuse or misconduct in our sport, it is critical that parents of minor athletes are familiar with the policies of USA Hockey and monitor to help ensure that interactions between their children and adults in USA Hockey programs are in compliance with the rules and regulations for those interactions. USA Hockey strongly encourages parents to make their children aware of the USA Hockey Safe Sport Program policies concerning interactions between adults and minors.
PARENTS SHOULD NOT PERMIT THEIR CHILDREN TO PARTICIPATE IN INTERACTIONS THAT ARE NOT IN COMPLIANCE WITH USA HOCKEY SAFE SPORT POLICIES. PARENTS SHOULD, AND ALL ADULT MEMBERS OF USA HOCKEY ARE REQUIRED, TO REPORT VIOLATIONS OF THE USA HOCKEY SAFESPORT PROGRAM POLICIES AS SET FORTH IN THE USA HOCKEY SAFESPORT PROGRAM HANDBOOK.          
SafeSport Training
Many persons that are members of USA Hockey are required by federal law and/or the USOPC, the Center for SafeSport or USA Hockey, to complete SafeSport Training as a condition of their participation in USA Hockey programs. Even if you are not required to complete SafeSport Training, you are eligible to do so at no cost and USA Hockey strongly encourages you to complete the training. The training is available online and can be accessed at https://www.usahockey.com/safesporttraining.
United States federal law and the Center for SafeSport require that all adults who have regular contact with or authority over minor athletes must complete SafeSport Training. This includes all coaches and officials, and all administrators, volunteers and employees with regular contact with or authority over minor age hockey players. In some USA Hockey age classifications, there may be both adult age (18 and over) and minor age hockey players permitted on the same team, and those players that are or will become adults during the season will have regular access to minors and are required to complete SafeSport Training. To comply with law and to avoid being required to remove players from a team in the middle of a season, USA Hockey also requires that players and officials 17 years old during this season (all players/officials born in 2004) must also complete SafeSport Training. Accordingly, all players and officials born in 2004 or earlier must complete SafeSport Training prior to being permitted to participate or be on a roster in any Youth, Girls, High School, Junior, Disabled and Flex hockey classifications.
Because some players and officials required to complete SafeSport Training are still minors at the time the training is required, USA Hockey is required to obtain parental consent for them to complete SafeSport Training. If your child is under 18 years of age at the time of this registration, then your signature below constitutes your permission for your child to complete SafeSport Training.
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