The safety of its participants, both on and off the court, is of paramount importance to USA Volleyball, who has ZERO TOLERANCE for abuse and misconduct. By providing training, educational materials and resources for our regions, clubs, coaches, parents and athletes, USA Volleyball is creating a safe and fun environment for youth to enjoy the game!
(updated Sept. 9, 2019)
Thank you for your commitment to SafeSport. Together, we can promote a safe and respectful environment on and off the court.
Adults interacting with Junior Athletes & Athletes 18 and over
Must be completed prior to interacting with athletes. The content of this SafeSport training was developed and is maintained by the U.S. Center for SafeSport, which retains individual course completion records.
The correct SafeSport Course will be automatically loaded into each member's SportsEngine account upon membership registration/renewal. No additional registration steps will be required for the courses.
17 and under athlete Training
Athletes can take training appropriate for their age group on the SafeSport website
Designed for the parents of athletes of all ages, this course explains the issues of misconduct in sport and helps parents ensure their children have a positive and safe sport experience.
The following link is to the suspended members page of USA Volleyball. It is a nationwide list and is not intended to be a complete historical record of current or past members who have ever been suspended.
If there are questions or concerns pertaining to membership status of an Evergreen Region member found on the list, then please inquire at email@example.com OR contact the ERVA SafeSport Director.
Each club who registers with USAV is required to adopt & follow the minimum policies within the SafeSport & MAAP Policies Handbook. Please find each of those handbooks linked above.
Please note that there are a number of options and requirements to report abuse.
Report to law enforcement immediately if you are aware of abuse. If abuse includes sexual misconduct report to both law enforcement and the U.S. Center for SafeSport.
Click here to report child abuse to local authorities.
Click here to report sexual misconduct to the U.S. Center for SafeSport.
Click here to report other forms of misconduct (physical/emotional).
Other forms of misconduct include physical misconduct, emotional misconduct, bullying, hazing and/or harassment. Reports are submitted to USAV and the appropriate region. Reports can also be submitted by calling 1-855-306-7775. By submitting the form, you are giving permission to USA Volleyball’s SafeSport Program staff to contact you. Your report will be sent to the appropriate region for review and action. Although USA Volleyball accepts anonymous reporting, doing so limits the ability to investigate and respond.
Out of respect for the importance of this issue and to encourage honest and effective reporting, knowingly making a false or malicious report will not be tolerated and may be a violation of USA Volleyball’s Code of Conduct.
The Center's goal is to be accessible, empathetic and responsive to anyone needing assistance. We understand and respect that asking for help or making a report can be an emotional process. Our professionals are highly trained and handle every situation with the attention and confidentiality it deserves.
We want to make reporting as simple as possible; below are guidelines to help you choose the right option(s). If in doubt, you can always contact the Center to ask questions. The Center is commissioned to respond to any report of a SafeSport Code violation involving sexual misconduct for the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Movements. It can manage other types of Code violations on a case-by-case basis.