Reporting

US Lacrosse understands that it can be difficult for anyone to report suspicions or allegations of inappropriate behavior towards youth athletes and/or child abuse or neglect (including child sexual abuse), and respects the sensitive nature of all reports. When filing a report with the USL SafeSport Program, you may remain anonymous if you wish. However, please be aware that providing your information can be very helpful in the investigative process.

Knowingly making a false or vindictive report will not be tolerated and can result in termination of your US Lacrosse Membership.

Reporting Party

*If you wish to remain anonymous, please write "ANONYMOUS" where it states "Full Name"

By law, any suspicions or allegations of child abuse or neglect (including child sexual abuse) must be reported to law enforcement and child protective services within 24 hours.

US Lacrosse policy requires that all staff members, volunteers, and members of US Lacrosse must report any suspicions or allegations of child abuse or neglect (including child sexual abuse) to law enforcement and child protective services and notify the US Lacrosse SafeSport Program.

Please visit www.childwelfare.org to determine who you should report to in your location

Person Being Reported

Alleged Offense Information

Please provide as much detailed information as you are able.

Victim or Victims

If you are the victim and wish to remain anonymous, please enter the name as “ANONYMOUS”. You may also be unaware of who the victim is. In that case, please enter the name as “UNKNOWN”.

Individual(s) Who May Have Additional Information

List anyone who may be able to provide additional information regarding the alleged offense. We will not identify you when contacting these individuals.

Additional Information and Supporting Documentation

Photos, e-mail, and other supporting documents may be attached below. (5 max)