As a member of USA Swimming, SJAC is committed to providing a healthy and positive environment free from abuse for all its members.  USA Swimming’s Safe Sport program, a comprehensive abuse prevention program, consists of a multi-layered approach to keep kids safe, including: required policies and best practice guidelines; mandatory screening, including criminal background checks and employment screening; training and education; monitoring, supervision and mandatory reporting.  These measures are informed by experts in the field of child safety and are among the strongest safeguards found in youth-serving organizations.


SJAC MAAPP - Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policy

SJAC Bullying Action Plan

SJAC Photo Policy

Safe Sport Best Practices Guidlines

USA Swimming Code of Conduct

USA Swimming Athlete Protection Training


SJAC Safe Sport Coordinator:  Lou Petto - l[email protected]


Online Safe Sport Education for Youth Athletes

Safe Sport's online training for athletes provides an introduction to Safe Sport, healthy boundaries, and how to speak up about misconduct, abuse, and the behaviors that lead to abuse. Find more information and take the training at

The course is called "Optional Course: Safe Sport for Youth Athletes"


Online Safe Sport Education for Parents

Safe Sport's online course for parents provides an introduction to Safe Sport, abuse, and reporting information. More information and access to the course can be found on the website

The course is called "Parent’s Guide to Misconduct in Sport"

Safe Sport Reporting Information

To deal with a Safe Sport concern, contact USA Swimming at (719) 866-4578

Contact the U.S. Center for Safe Sport to make a report. Call 833-5US-SAFE (587-7233) or use the 

online reporting form or find more information at

Optional: include how to report anonymously. Text anonymous tips to 888-270-SWIM (7946)