Safe Sport

Why is Safe Sport Important?


Anyone involved in sport should be able to thrive and perform at their best without fear of abuse, neglect or other maltreatment. Creating safe sport environments that provide those conditions is a collective effort — one that requires proper training so people can recognize maltreatment and prevent or address it.

Click on these links for more information and resources to help  ensure a safe sport environment for all:

Safe Sport Resources Safe Sport Recognizing and Reporting Resources for Parents
Respect In Sport Kids Help Phone - 1-800-668-6868  (24/7) Commit to Kids Guide for Parents
Canada Soccer Safe Sport Roster  How to Recognize and Prevent  Bullying  Changing the Game
Canada Soccer Guide to Safety Inappropriate Conduct - Steps for Reporting Infographic  
Commit to Kids - Keeping Kids Safe in Sport  Recognizing Child Abuse Tip Card  
Safe Sport Training Child Sexual Abuse  - Steps for Reporting Infographic  
Coaching Association of Canada  - Responsible Coaching Movement  Abuse Free Sport Finance Assistance
The Rule of Two Infographic  Canada Soccer Whistleblower Hotline  Kidsport CBRM/Victoria County
The Rule of Two in a Virtual Environment Infographic  1-800-661-9675 or email Canada Soccer Kidsport Inverness/Richmond County
Safety Considerations When Working With Youth Athletes Online    Jumpstart
Canada Soccer Concussion Policy    
Volunteer Screening    

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