Camp Randall Rowing Club strives to create a healthy, supportive environment for all participants. We recognize athletes can only reach their fullest potential when they feel safe. This safety extends to all aspects of the sport of rowing, both on and off the water. CRRC is committed to implementing USRowing SafeSport policies and procedures as established by the US Olympic Committee. These policies and procedures protect participants from all types of misconduct and abuse including bullying, hazing, harassment and physical, emotional and sexual misconduct and abuse.
Screening of staff and volunteers
All potential employees and chaperones must complete the following:
- CRRC Employment Application or Chaperone Application
- Background Information Disclosure Form
- SafeSport online training and certification (see below)
Codes of Conduct
All athletes, chaperones, coaches must sign and comply with CRRC Codes of Conduct:
SafeSport Online Training
CRRC requires that all members of Board of Directors, coaches, staff members and chaperones complete SafeSport online training. This training program teaches the nature of misconduct in sport: how to recognize it, prevent it and how to take action. Training can be done in segments, returning to training at your convenience. Once certification is complete, down load certificate and email copy to Head Coach or other appropriate committee member.
HOW TO ACCESS ONLINE SAFE SPORT TRAINING
1. Navigate to SafeSport Online Training.
2. Click “add to bag”
3. Click “checkout”
4. Click register and then complete the form, making sure to select Rowing on the drop down list.
CRRC Internal Policies and Participant SafeSport Manual (IPPSM)
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CRRC Tobacco, Alcohol and Substance Abuse Policy
CRRC Electronic Communications and Social Media Policy
Reporting misconduct or abuse is a key component of CRRC SafeSport program and effective reporting is crucial in preventing abuse and creating a safe club environment. CRRC policy encourages all employees and volunteers to report (1) actual or perceived violations of CRRC Internal Policies and Procedures SafeSport Manual (IPPSM), (2) any violations of policies prohibiting sexual abuse, physical abuse, emotional abuse, bullying, hazing, and harassment, and (3) suspicions or allegations of child physical or sexual abuse to appropriate CRRC representatives.
HOW TO REPORT
Athletes, coaches, volunteers and all members of the CRRC club community are encouraged to report misconduct incidents, which can vary greatly in scope and severity. CRRC will take a
report in the way that is most comfortable for the person initiating a report including an anonymous, in-person, verbal or written report. Individuals are encouraged to inform someone at CRRC whom they trust. Regardless of how you choose to report, it is helpful to CRRC for individuals to provide, at a minimum: (1) the name of the complainant(s), (2) the type of
misconduct alleged, (3) the name(s) of the individual(s) alleged to have committed the misconduct. Please use form below whenever possible.
Please use this CRRC SafeSport Incident Report Form whenever possible so that we can follow up appropriately.