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Office of Canada's Sport Integrity Commissioner Launches Independent Safe Sport Program The Office of Canada's Sport Integrity Commissioner (OSIC) serves as a central hub for Canada's safe sport program. Learn about the consequences of violations.
Understanding Mandatory Reporting Obligations for NCAA Coaches: Title IX & SafeSport NCAA coaches have mandatory reporting obligations under Title IX but may not be covered by SafeSport. Learn more about sexual misconduct reporting obligations.
Hazing Violates the SafeSport Code Hazing can cripple your career. Learn how SafeSport defines hazing, protects athletes, and sanctions hazers, as well as what you can do to protect your rights.