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United States Tennis Association SafePlay
Bullying Repeated and/or severe (a) aggressive behavior (b) among Minors, (c) that is intended or likely to hurt, control or diminish another person emotionally, physically or sexually. For more details and examples, please visit https://www.usta.com/en/home/about-usta/who-we-are/national/safe-play-conduct--policies---guidelines.html.
Emotional Misconduct Repeated and/or severe non-contact behavior involving (a) Verbal Acts, (b) Physical Acts and/or (c) Acts that Deny Attention or Support. Emotional Misconduct is determined by the objective behaviors, not whether harm is intended or results from the behavior. Verbal Acts include verbal assault that repeatedly attacks someone personally (e.g., calling a person worthless, fat or disgusting; taunting a person for being too effeminate); repeatedly and excessively yelling at a particular athlete or other participant in a manner that serves no productive training or motivational purpose. Physical Acts include physically aggressive behaviors, such as throwing sport equipment, water bottles or chairs at or in the presence of others; punching walls, windows or other objects. Acts that deny attention or support include ignoring or isolating a person for extended periods of time, including routinely or arbitrarily excluding a participant from practice. For more details and examples, please visit https://www.usta.com/en/home/about-usta/who-we-are/national/safe-play-conduct--policies---guidelines.html.
Harassment Repeated and/or severe conduct that (a) causes fear, humiliation or annoyance, (b) offends or degrades, (c) creates a hostile environment, or (d) reflects discriminatory bias in an attempt to establish dominance, superiority or power over an individual athlete or group based on age, gender, sexual orientation, gender expression, gender identity, race, ethnicity, culture, religion, national origin, or mental or physical disability; or (e) any act or conduct described as harassment under federal or state law. Whether conduct is harassing depends on the totality of the circumstances, including the nature, frequency, intensity, location, context and duration of the behavior. Harassment, which may be a form of Emotional, Physical or Sexual Misconduct, includes but is not limited to: discriminatory harassment, stalking and/or sexual harassment. For more details and examples, please visit https://www.usta.com/en/home/about-usta/who-we-are/national/safe-play-conduct--policies---guidelines.html.
Hazing Any conduct that subjects another person, whether physically, mentally, emotionally or psychologically, to anything that may endanger, abuse, humiliate, degrade or intimidate the person as a condition of joining or being socially accepted by a group, team or organization. Purported Consent by the person subject to Hazing is not a defense, regardless of the personís perceived willingness to cooperate or participate. For more details and examples, please visit https://www.usta.com/en/home/about-usta/who-we-are/national/safe-play-conduct--policies---guidelines.html.
Physical Misconduct Any contact or non-contact conduct that causes or reasonably threatens to cause physical harm to another person. Physical misconduct includes any act or conduct described as physical abuse or misconduct under federal or state law (e.g. child abuse, child neglect, assault). For more details and examples, please visit https://www.usta.com/en/home/about-usta/who-we-are/national/safe-play-conduct--policies---guidelines.html.
Sexual Misconduct Sexual misconduct offenses include: (a) Sexual Conduct (or attempts to commit the same), without Consent; (b) Sexual Conduct (or attempts to commit the same), where there is a Power Imbalance, regardless of purported Consent; (c) Sexual Harassment or (d) An Intimate Relationship involving a person in a Position of Power where a Power Imbalance exists. Regardless of any purported consent, a sexual misconduct offense involving a Minor includes: (a) Sexual Conduct (or attempt to commit the same) between a Covered Adult and a Minor where the age difference is three or more years; (b) Sexual Conduct (or attempt to commit the same) between a Covered Adult and a Minor where the age difference is less than three years, but a Power Imbalance exists; (c) An Intimate Relationship (or attempt to establish the same) between a Covered Adult and a Minor where the age difference is three or more years and a Power Imbalance exits; (d) d. Sexual Conduct between a Covered Minor and another Minor if (1) the age difference is three or more years; or (2) there is a Power Imbalance based on the totality of the circumstances. For more details and examples, please visit https://www.usta.com/en/home/about-usta/who-we-are/national/safe-play-conduct--policies---guidelines.html.