SKATESAFE

The Santa Fe Skating Club endorses, and complies with, the U.S. Figure Skating SkateSafe program, which strives to provide a safe environment for its members that is free of abuse and harassment. By joining the Santa Fe Skating Club, members agree to adhere to U.S. Figure Skating's SkateSafe policies. 

SkateSafe Statement for Santa Fe Skating Club Membership

All forms of misconduct are unacceptable and in direct conflict with U.S. Figure Skating rules. 

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

  • sexual misconduct

  • physical misconduct

  • emotional misconduct

  • bullying, threats, and harassment

  • hazing

  • willfully tolerating misconduct

For more information about U.S. Figure Skating's SkateSafe program, including the U.S. Figure Skating SkateSafe Handbook,  please visit U.S. Figure Skating's SkateSafe page. Santa Fe Skating Club members, including parents, are encouraged to review their rights and responsibilities under the SkateSafe program and to be vigilant about watching for and reporting signs of possible abuse, bullying, and/or harassment.

If you have any questions or concerns relating to the SkateSafe program, including suspected violations, please contact the Santa Fe Skating Club's SkateSafe Compliance Officer, Tammy Berendzen.

How to Report Sexual Misconduct Violations

Individuals should report suspected sexual misconduct violations directly to the U.S. Center for SafeSport:

Online Reporting

Phone: (720) 524-5640

Reports may be filed anonymously.

How to Report all other SkateSafe Violations

Violations of SafeSport policies that do not involve sexual misconduct should be reported to U.S. Figure Skating through this link