Athlete Protection

SafeSport Program

The U.S. All Star Federation 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. As part of this program, the U.S. All Star Federation has implemented policies addressing certain types of abuse and misconduct, as well as certain policies intended to reduce, monitor and govern the areas where potential abuse and misconduct might occur.
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Athletes 1st

The USASF mission establishes that we “strive for a safe environment for our athletes.” To the USASF, safety extends beyond our Cheer and Dance safety rules for performance. We’re committed to equipping our members with the tools to create the safest overall environment for every All Star athlete. As a result, we’re committed to compliance with the SafeSport code, we’ve established membership requirements and made resources available that are aimed directly at the prevention of athlete abuse.
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SafeSport Training

The U.S. Center for SafeSport has trained over 500,000 individuals in the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Movements and is now partnering with the USASF as part of a mission to make athlete well-being the centerpiece of our nation’s sports culture through abuse prevention, education and accountability.
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Reporting Abuse

When sport stakeholders are untrained about how and when to report suspected abuse, they may feel ill-prepared, powerless and lost when it comes to responding to, and reporting, misconduct. By providing this guidance on when and how to report suspected misconduct, the U.S. All Star Federation seeks to remove barriers to disclosing misconduct, including child physical or sexual abuse and misconduct.
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Youth Abuse Prevention

The USASF considers the safety and well being of the youth athlete a top priority. We prohibit abuse and strive to proactively address reports of this type of conduct. We want to hear about problems or concerns, and we will strive to act on them in a fair way in accordance with the policies set forth by the U.S. All Star Federation.
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