Category Archives: CHILD ATHETE ABUSE SYNDROME

U.S. CENTER FOR SAFE SPORT LACKS THE SOVEREIGNTY REQUIRED FOR CHILD WELFARE

U.S. Center for Safe Sport, authorized by Title II of Senate 534 Law, is another potential layer of obstruction and bias between states’ jurisdiction of Child Welfare and Protection and Law Enforcement. U.S. Center for Safe Sport authorized by Title II of Senate 534 Law lacks the Sovereignty for Sovereign Authority of Child Safety and […]

MISTAKES MISJUDGEMENTS AND DISAGREEMENTS ABOUT DR LARRY NASSAR DURING HIS SEXUAL MISCONDUCTS AND TRIALS

The Dr. Larry Nassar Sexual Misconduct trials are so complicated, convoluted and involve so many victims and venues that facts about the case and problems with the laws of the case are difficult to ascertain and communicate. This article is an attempt to review the most important facts and laws of the cases and suggest […]

PENN STATE PRESIDENT SPAINER FOUND GUILTY OF CHILD ENDANGERMENT

“A jury found former Pennsylvania State University president Graham Spanier guilty of one misdemeanor count of child endangerment Friday, ending a case that dragged on for more than four years over whether Spanier and two other university executives covered-up previous allegations made against former Penn State assistant football coach and convicted child molester Jerry Sandusky.” […]

PSYCHOLOGICALLY ABUSIVE BEHAVIOR BY CAREGIVERS (INCLUDING COACHES WHO ARE CAREGIVERS, TEMPORARY SUBSTITUTE CARETAKERS)

The Coaches of amateur school and non-school Athletes are by definition caregivers / temporary substitute caretakers, because most amateur school and non-school Athletes are age less than 18 years. The umbrella of child and youth protection passes from one caretaker to another until the child or youth are returned to the parent or custodial caretaker. […]

WHY VICTIMS DONT REPORT ABUSE

The failure of victims to report abuse depends on the type of abuse i.e. physical, psychological, sexual, neglect, human rights and/or substandard care. There are many great, mentor coaches in the United States, who often do not get the credit they deserve. But, like any profession, there are a few bad apples that spoil the […]

HOW TO PREVENT COACHING NEGLIGENCE

“Coaches at all levels have traditionally assumed a special role in the lives of athletes and success of teams. In the past, winning coaches achieved results employing techniques that could legally be considered ‘wanton’ or ‘grossly negligent’ in any other context.” “In 2015, because of a number of social and economic factors, the explosion of […]

THE CHILD / YOUTH ATHLETE ABUSE AWARENESS ADVOCACY BEGAN BY DR MINIX, Sr., in 2007 WAS FINALLY ADDRESSED BY AUTHORITIES IN 2015

The 5 main objectives for the definition of Child and Youth Athlete Abuse Syndrome (CAAS), other associated definitions and my advocacy for Child and Youth Athlete Safety 1st are: 1. Prevent abuse and cruelty to Child and Youth Athletes, who Participate in Sports, Recreation and Exercise (SRE) 2. Promote Athlete Safety 1st 3. Prevent criminal […]