Administrators, leaders, and sport organizations are responsible for the health and safety of youth sport athletes. Important decisions are made that impact a large amount of people. In order to help decision making and strive towards building the best sport experience for young people, we offer several resources and articles below.
Risk Free Facility Checklist
Autism describes a spectrum of traits which affect the athlete’s ability to communicate, relate to others, understand language, and play effectively with others.
New Jersey Code of Conduct Law STATE OF NEW JERSEY 210th LEGISLATURE CHAPTER 74 AN ACT concerning the establishment of athletic codes of conduct for...
New Jersey Violent Fans Law CHAPTER 53 AN ACT concerning assaults and amending N.J.S.2C:12-1. BE IT ENACTED by the Senate and General Assembly of...
"Board of Directors Immunity Law" 2A:53A-7.1. Volunteers of certain organizations exempt from liability, damages a. Notwithstanding any other...
The following model policies regarding banning a person from a school or community sponsored youth sports event are promulgated in accordance with the provisions of P.L. 2002, Chapter 74.
This model athletic code of conduct is promulgated in accordance with the provisions of P.L. 2002, Chapter 74.
Designed specifically for recreational youth sports agencies, this Youth Sport Charter is a roadmap for communities and organizations seeking to enhance the quality of their organized youth sport programs.
Given the wide variety of programs being marketed to recreational youth sports agencies, league administrators need to develop guidelines for determining which coaching education program is best for their community.
This resource from the New Jersey Recreation and Parks Association includes a Sample Parent and Guardian Fact Sheet and a Sample Return to Play Protocol.