Category Archives: AMEND CAPTA WITH ► COACH-SUBSTITUTE-CARETAKER

AMEND CHILD PROTECTION LAW TO INCLUDE CHILD ATHLETES

With current Federal Child Protection Laws, anyone with knowledge of Child Endangerment, Maltreatment, Physical, Psychological and Sexual Abuse and Neglect should report the abuse to both CPS and the County Attorney. The Prevention of Child Athlete Abuse Syndrome is very important for our Children. However, states’ Performance, Procedures and Actions for implementation of Federal CAPTA […]

CHILD ATHLETE ABUSE CONSEQUENCES HAVE NOT BEEN PROPERLY PUBLICISED

Country singer, Loretta Lynn [In the bathroom of the honkytonk when Doo is trying to convince her to sing on stage for the first time Coal Miner’s Daughter (1980)] Loretta says : “I may be ignorant, but I ain’t stupid!” [IMDb, movie quotes] The Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act, Reauthorization 2010, (CAPTA), Public Law […]

NCAA MESSAGE TO PENN STATE AND SPORTS COMMUNITY

The NCAA Message following Penn State Football’s Sanctions for the Sexual Abuse Tragedy appears to be the following: Child Abuse and Child Human Rights Violations and Cruelty to Children are not permitted by Coaches because Coaches are legally included among “Temporary Substitute Caretakers” while they have Custody and Control of Children during Sports, Recreation and […]

SENATE BILL 1877, LETTER TO YOUR U.S. SENATOR

SENATE BILL 1877, LETTER TO YOUR U.S. SENATOR Please Copy the Letter below. Then paste and send it to Your U.S. Senator. Find your U.S. Senator’s contact information by alphabetical name, state or party on the following web site: Senators of the 112th Congress http://www.senate.gov/general/contact_information/senators_cfm.cfm: Dear Senator_______________, KEY REASONS COACHES ARE NOT REPORTED FOR SEXUAL […]

WHEN COACHING CHILDREN <18, THE COACH IS A "SUBSTITUTE CARETAKER" IN SCHOOL AND NON-SCHOOL SPORTS, RECREATION AND EXERCISE

There are Key Reasons Coaches are not Reported, including Athlete Self-Reporting, for Child Athlete Sexual, Physical, and Psychological (Emotional) Abuse when Coaching Children less than 18. Unbeknown, the Coach is a “Substitute Caretaker” for Child Athletes in School and Non-School Sports, Recreation and Exercise (SRE). All National Child Protection Laws should clearly define what Caretaker […]

PREVENT CHILD ATHLETE ABUSE AND ABUSE OF PARTICIPANTS IN SCHOOL AND NON-SCHOOL SPORTS, RECREATION AND EXERCISE WITH AN AMENDMENT TO CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION AND TREATMAENT REAUTHORIZATION ACT 2010, PUBLIC LAW 111-320 AND/OR STATE CHILD PROTECTION AND SUPERVION LAWS

Child Athletes and Child Participants during School and Non-School Sports, Recreation and Exercise (SRE) injured with Physical, Psychological (Emotional) and/or Sexual Abuse are Forensic Medical Patients with International Classification of Disease 2009 (ICD-9) Diagnostic Codes. See: http://www.cappaa.com/category/use-icd-9-abuse-codes Doctors and other Health Care Personnel are Required (Mandated) by Law to Report a Problematic Coach Perpetrator, whose […]

U.S. SENATE BILL 1877 (2011-2012) NEEDS ADDITIONAL AMENDMENT CARETAKER LANGUAGE e.g.: “INCLUDING COACH SUBSTITUTE CARETAKERS OF SCHOOL AND NON-SCHOOL SPORTS, RECREATION AND EXERCISE”

What does the CDC say: CDC: Child Maltreatment: Definitions – “Any act or series of acts of commission or omission by a Parent or Other Caregiver (e.g., Clergy, Coach, Teacher) that results in harm, potential for harm, or threat of harm to a child.” [1.] U.S. SENATE BILL 1877 (2011-2012) NEEDS ADDITIONAL AMENDMENT LANGUAGE Athlete […]

KENTUCKY HOUSE RESOLUTION 155

Kentucky House of Representatives Resolution 155 directs the LRC to establish a task force to study interscholastic athletics at the middle school level, identify areas to be studied and task force membership, and require findings and recommendations to be reported by December 7, 2012. Athlete Safety 1st Team thanks Rep Damron and the KY House […]

U.S. SENATE BILL 1877 (2011-2012) NEEDS ADDITIONAL AMENDMENT LANGUAGE

Proposed Amendment MBMSrMD Athlete Safety 1st New Language Capitallized: (A) any recent act or failure to act, on the part of a parent or caretaker, “INCLUDING COACH SUBSTITUTE CARETAKERS OF SCHOOL AND NON-SCHOOL SPORTS, RECREATION AND EXERCISE”, that results in death, serious physical or emotional harm, or sexual abuse or exploitation, or an act or […]