USATT is committed to building a Sport Community where participants can play, work and learn together in an atmosphere free of emotional, physical, and sexual misconduct. The USATT Safe Sport Policy is based on the SafeSport Code for the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Movements [the “Code”], effective April 1, 2022. Contact Tina Ren, Safe Sport Compliance Liaison (firstname.lastname@example.org) with additional questions.
- USATT Safe Sport Policy – November 27, 2023
- SafeSport Code for Olympic & Paralympic Movements– April 1, 2022
- Toolkit for Parents
The SafeSport Code vests the United States Center for SafeSport [“USCSS”] with exclusive jurisdiction over certain matters including all allegations related to sexual misconduct.
Contact Mark Thompson, Athlete Protection Officer (email@example.com) with additional questions.
The Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policies (MAAPP) aim to help young athletes feel safe, supported, and strengthened—by limiting one-on-one interactions between adults and children, requiring abuse prevention training for certain adults, and promoting environments in which misconduct is less likely to occur.
- USATT Safe Sport and Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policy Report of Misconduct Form
- 2022 MAAPP Policy – Effective January 1, 2022Table Tennis MAAPP Policy
Please visit uscenterforsafesport.org to find out more information about athlete safety and abuse prevention.