SafeSport Information

Skating Company Skating Club and U.S. Figure Skating strives to provide a safe environment for its club members and Skaters that is free of misconduct and harassment. Neither, Skate Company Skating Club or U.S. Figure Skating willtolerate or condone any form of harassment or misconduct of any of its members, including athletes, coaches, officials, directors, employees, parents, volunteers or any other persons while they are participating in or preparing for a figure skating activity or event conducted under the auspices of U.S. Figure Skating. All forms of misconduct are unacceptable and in direct conflict with U.S. Figure Skating rules.


The U.S. Figure Skating SafeSport Program addresses the following types of misconduct:

  • Sexual misconduct
  • Physical misconduct
  • Emotional misconduct
  • Bullying, threats and harassment
  • Hazing
  • Willfully tolerating misconduct

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Questions regarding U.S. Figure Skating’s SafeSport Program can be directed to or 719-635-5200.

Reporting Misconduct

All individuals, regardless of membership with U.S. Figure Skating, are encouraged to report suspected SafeSport violations. U.S. Figure Skating Adult Participants are required to report suspected child abuse and/or sexual misconduct to the U.S. Center for SafeSport and local law enforcement. There are no fees for filing a SafeSport report with the U.S. Center for SafeSport or U.S. Figure Skating. The U.S. Center for SafeSport has the exclusive authority to investigate and resolve alleged SafeSport Code violations involving Sexual Misconduct.

Report a Concern

Report allegations of sexual misconduct to the U.S. Center for SafeSport Laws for reporting abuse or misconduct vary by state. To view what obligations you may have for reporting under state law, click here.

U.S. Figure Skating’s list of grievances, including banned and suspended members, can be found here.

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