To champion the development and achievement of the Oregon Swimming community.
P.O. Box 449
West Linn, OR 97068
USA Swimming is committed to fostering a fun, healthy, and safe environment for all of its members.  For that reason, we have in place a detailed Code of Conduct.  Safe Sport also provides policies, education, a reporting structure, and tools that are intended to serve our members as we work together to maintain this environment.
The Club Administrator (or someone with the Administrator’s login information) will need to complete these steps because you need to log into the club portal. Have electronic versions of all club codes of conduct, policies, handbooks, educational programs, and the website available. You will also want to ensure that these materials are available on your club’s website. To get started  click here.
Safe Sport Activity Book
The Safe Sport activity book is designed for kids ages 6-11, but there's something for everyone.  The activity book has coloring pages, a word search, connect-the-dots, matching games, and more. Parents, coaches, and swimmers will be able to use the books to start a conversation about positive team culture, maintaining an environment of support and safety, and all the reasons to love the sport of swimming!
Staff Contacts
Safe Sport Coordinator
1 Olympic Plaza
Colorado Springs, CO 80909-5780
o: 719.866.3580
m: 719.306.7423
US Center for SafeSport
The USA Swimming community is proud of the Safe Sport program that we’ve worked to build over the last seven years.  Safe Sport’s mission is to inspire a culture of athlete and member protection at all levels of USA Swimming.
Today, we’re pleased to let you know of another positive step in our overall effort related to safety:  the opening of the U.S. Center for SafeSport. The Center is an effort of the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic movement’s 47 national governing bodies, including USA Swimming.  More information on the Center can be found at, and more information about USA Swimming’s Safe Sport Program can be found at
The focus of the Center is to provide services in two areas:
(1) to provide prevention training and tools and;
(2) to act as an independent party to investigate and resolve allegations of sexual misconduct against any person within the jurisdiction of the national governing bodies, including USA Swimming.
As a member of the U.S. Olympic Committee, USA Swimming has agreed, effective July 1, 2017, to adhere to the Center’s policies and procedures, which include the Center’s SafeSport Code that identifies prohibited conduct and the procedures for investigating and resolving allegations. The Center will have exclusive authority and jurisdiction to investigate and resolve allegations involving sexual misconduct against any USA Swimming member or former USA Swimming member who is alleged to have engaged in sexual misconduct while a member. 
USA Swimming and the Center for Safe Sport require all members to report suspected Safe Sport violations related to or accompanying sexual misconduct to the Center for SafeSport. Information on reporting to the Center can be found at
The Center will have the jurisdiction and authority to impose sanctions against USA Swimming members (as well as members of other national governing bodies), and USA Swimming will enforce any suspension, measure or other sanction levied by the Center for SafeSport.
USA Swimming will retain the authority to investigate and resolve alleged violations of the USA Swimming Code of Conduct that are non‐sexual in nature including physical misconduct, emotional misconduct, bullying, hazing, and harassment.
The USA Swimming Safe Sport program will continue to offer training and education services to all members.  Our library of resources is available at