History about Safe Sport: USA Swimming has developed an abuse prevention program called Safe Sport.  Rocklin Swim Team is committed to raising awareness of and preventing abuse in the sport of swimming.  We believe that all swimmers should enjoy a fun, healthy, safe environment in the sport of swimming. 

USA Swimming Deal with a Safe Sport Concern or Text anonymous tips to 888-270-SWIM (7946).

Contact U.S. Center for SafeSport to make a report. Use the online reporting form, call 833-5US-SAFE (587-7233), or find more information at www.uscenterforsafesport.org.

Safe Sport Training by USA Swimming at the following links:

  • Click here for Parent/Coach Training selecting "Parent's Guide to Misconduct in Sports"​​​ 

  • Click here for Swimmer Training selecting "Safe Sport for Athletes" 

Click the following links for our Rocklin Swim Team Safe Sport policies:


Code of Conduct: Mavericks Coaches

All Mavericks coaches are certified USA Swimming coaches. To be certified, they must complete a criminal background check, be certified in CPR and First Aid, complete Safety Training for Swim Coaches, and complete an Athlete Protection Training Course. We do not allow any Mavericks Coach on deck without meeting all requirements.

Per USA Swimming: The purpose of this code of conduct for coaches is to establish common expectations for all members of the coaching staff of the club.  It is to be used as a guide to promote a positive team environment and good sportsmanship.

  • At all times, adhere to USA Swimming’s rules and code of conduct.
  • Set a good example of respect and sportsmanship for participants and fans to follow.
  • Act and dress with professionalism and dignity in a manner suitable to his/her profession.
  • Respect officials and their judgment and abide by the rules of the event.
  • Treat opposing coaches, participants, and spectators with respect.
  • Instruct participants in sportsmanship and demand that they display good sportsmanship.
  • Coach in a positive manner and do not use derogatory comments or abusive language.
  • Win with humility and lose with dignity.
  • Treat every athlete fairly, justly, impartially, intelligently, and with sensitivity.
  • Always place the well-being, health, and safety of swimmers above all other considerations, including developing performance.
  • Continue to seek and maintain their own professional development in all areas in relation to coaching and teaching children.
  • Always maintain a professional separation between coach and athlete.

Any complaints of a coach violating this code of conduct will be brought to the attention of his/her supervisor and/or the club’s board of directors.