Athlete Tracker Terms & Conditions

 Athlete Tracker SafeSport Policy

Athlete Tracker 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, Athlete Tracker has adopted a Safe Sport Program containing policies and procedures applicable to its programs. Athlete Tracker abides by the US Center for SafeSport policies and federal law.

Accordingly, by virtue of such person’s registration for membership to use the Athlete Tracker software application, each member of Athlete Tracker agrees to abide by and be subject to (1) the SafeSport Code as adopted by the Center for SafeSport, (2) all requirements of the SafeSport Authorization Act, (3) and all Athlete Tracker SafeSport Policies as amended or modified from time to time. Each member of Athlete Tracker shall also be subject to the jurisdiction of Athlete Tracker with respect to any allegations that such person may have violated policies of Athlete Tracker’s SafeSport Policy 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 Athlete Tracker are responsible for knowing the information, policies and procedures outlined therein.

MINOR ATHLETE ABUSE PROTECTION POLICY

This policy prohibits one-on-one interactions between Minor Athletes and (i) any adult member using the Athlete Tracker application (including all adult players, coaches, officials, administrators, and manager/volunteers). This policy applies in areas or situations with an increased risk of abuse or misconduct, including prohibitions for on one-on-one interactions between adults and Minor Athletes using Athlete Tracker 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 Athlete Tracker and monitor to help ensure that interactions between their children and adults in Athlete Tracker programs are in compliance with the rules and regulations for those interactions. Athlete Tracker strongly encourages parents to make their children aware of the Athlete Tracker 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 ATHLETE TRACKER SAFE SPORT POLICIES. PARENTS SHOULD, AND ALL ADULT MEMBERS OF ATHLETE TRACKER ARE REQUIRED, TO REPORT VIOLATIONS OF THE ATHLETE TRACKER SAFE SPORT PROGRAM POLICIES.      

ATHLETE TRACKER SAFE SPORT POLICY

While electronic communication includes but is not limited to use of phone calls, video calls, texts, social media platforms (e.g., Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, WhatsApp, Snapchat, etc.), fitness applications, and emails, the Athlete Tracker Policy prohibits direct messaging that occurs between an Adult Participant and a Minor Athlete(s) that is not Open and Transparent as defined below. The Athlete Tracker Policy applies to ALL communications between an Adult Participant and a Minor Athlete using the application.

 

MUST BE OPEN AND TRANSPARENT

  • A parent/guardian, another adult family member of the Minor Athlete, or another Adult Participant must be copied or included on the communication.

  • This includes all communication initiated by a Minor Athlete.

  • The Athlete Tracker platform allows Open and Transparent communication.

  • All team communication or communications from an Adult Participant to more than one Minor Athlete must copy or include another Adult Participant, or all the Minor Athletes’ parents/guardians.

  • All communication should be professional in nature.

  • Organizations and Adult Participants must honor a parent/guardian’s request to discontinue communication with their Minor Athlete, unless there is an emergency.