Player & Family Code of Conduct
Code of Conduct
BAA Code of Conduct that is accepted by each parent/guardian during the registration process. Each team is to have the BAA Behavior Guidance Sheet reviewed and signed by all players and parents before they are to practice.
Game Incident Form
We ask that all incidents that occur during a game be reported by Coaches or Parents. Coaches, we request that you complete this form during any time that there are significant issues with behavior, whether it be your players, coaches, or from the other team.
We also ask that you report any injuries that there is suspicion on concussion or another medical incident that may require medical attention.
Game Incident Google Form (online reporting) | Game Incident Form (printable form)
Volunteers power BAA, we would not have our sports programs without all of the volunteers. To keep youth safe and comply with government regulations, we require the following for all of our volunteers that work with the youth in our program. To keep this paperwork minimal, we have created an online registration for all of our members to complete via our sports registration system, League Athletics.
Child & Youth Abuse Prevention Program
To help protect children, BAA has adopted the following Child and Youth Abuse Prevention Program. All of BAA’s paid staff and volunteers must understand and implement these guidelines to help prevent sexual abuse against children. The following includes the Purpose and Definitions for these guidelines, the outlines of Protection and Prevention, and an Acknowledgement to be signed (electronically) by all people working with children in a BAA Program.
All volunteers are also to sign a non-disclosure form agreeing to keep all of our participant’s contact information for BAA purposes only.
WHEN: All training will need to be completed before any practices or games. Training needs to be completed every year.
All coaches, assistant coaches, and directors NEED to Complete this Course. Those who do not complete the training are not eligible to coach. BAA recommends all parents complete the parent training.
This required training will require you to watch videos and complete a quiz. It should take about 50 minutes to complete.
This course will help you:
- Understand a concussion and the potential consequences of this injury,
- Recognize concussion signs and symptoms and how to respond,
- Learn about steps for returning to activity (play and school) after a concussion, and
- Focus on prevention and preparedness to help keep athletes safe season-to-season.
After completing the course, please print/save the certificate at the end of the training and send a copy to email@example.com or upload it to your Volunteer Registration.
Background checks are required for all BAA Volunteers. A couple of days after registering as a coach, you will receive an email from firstname.lastname@example.org with a link to complete a background check authorization. If you have questions on this process, please contact the BAA Administrator at email@example.com
Resources for Preventing Abuse: Tips for keeping kids safe. In cases of child sexual abuse, approximately 90% of victims know their abusers.
- CornerHouse – Tips for Keeping Kids Safe
- CornerHouse – How to Report Abuse
- CornerHouse – Preventing Abuse
- CornerHouse – Resources for Caregivers