The U.S. Center for SafeSport’s Centralized Disciplinary Database is a resource designed to keep the public informed when individuals connected with the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Movements are either subject to certain temporary restrictions pending investigation by the Center or are subject to certain sanctions after an investigation found them in violation of the SafeSport Code. The database also contains certain eligibility decisions made by the National Governing Bodies (NGB), their Local Affiliated Organizations (LAO), or the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Committee (USOPC), including those rendered prior to the establishment of the Center.
Users can search the database by Name, City, State, and/or Sport Affiliation(s). Enter as much (or as little) information as you know. Search results will include the Participant’s Name, City, State, Sport Affiliation(s), Decision Date, Misconduct, and Action Taken.
Learn more about the types of records published and the information included within the Centralized Disciplinary Database.
Read about the types of misconduct handled by the NGBs, LAOs, and USOPC, and what’s included in the Centralized Disciplinary Database.
IMPORTANT: By accessing and using the Centralized Disciplinary Database, you agree to accept the U.S. Center for SafeSport’s Terms and Conditions.
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