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:
Doctors and other Health Care Personnel are Required (Mandated) by Law to Report a Problematic Coach Perpetrator, whose Legal Role in SRE is “Coach Substitute Caretaker” because Child Athletes and Children during SRE Participation are in that Coach’s Care, Custody and Control.
Both State and Federal Child Protection and Supervision Law must be amended with the definition in the Caretaker language “Including Coach Substitute Caretakers of School and Non-School Sports Recreation and Exercise”
States can take the lead and amend their State Child Protection and Supervision Laws and definitions, since their enactment and enforcement rests with each state.
Or State Performance Measures should reflect a Federal amendment to Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Reauthorization Act 2010, Public Law 111-320. After a Federal Amendment, states would alter their powers, duties and management functions satisfying compliance with the purposes for which the Federal funds and grants are made available to States by Federal CAPTA Laws.
As a result of the Coach’s Role of “Coach Substitute Caretaker” in SRE not being authored plainly within the language of the law Section 3. Paragraph 2, CAPTA 2010 Public Law 111-320, then published, issued and promulgated properly and made “crystal clear” to Coaches, SRE Communities and everyone concerned,
• Child Athlete Safety will continue to be compromised and Child Athletes maltreated and endangered, Physically, Psychologically and Sexually Abused
• Citizens will not Report Coaches for Child Athlete Physical, Psychological and Sexual Abuse
• Coaches and Everyone will continue not to be aware of the Coach’s legal Role in SRE
• Coaches will continue to be blindsided with Criminal and Civil Litigations and everyone shocked stunned when the negative outcomes and tragedies happen
Child Athlete Abuse Syndrome, “A New Disease” Pod Cast:
Prevent Child Athlete Abuse with a Proposed Amendment to the Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Reauthorization Act of 2010, Public Law 111-320, Section 3. Paragraph 2. Defintions To Include Coach-Substitute-Caretaker in the Caretaker Category, Presently Not Properly Written, Promulgated, and Published in the Law. Pod Cast: http://www.athletesafety1st.info/