Terms and Conditions of Use

By using the U.S. Center for SafeSport’s (the “Center”) searchable database, you agree to these terms and conditions. If you do not agree, do not access this database.

By using the searchable database, user consents and agrees to any and all policies, disclaimers, and terms and conditions for access and expressly waives any and all claims that the user may or might have against the Center arising out of the use of, or reliance on, this database.

This database may not contain all persons who have been subject to sanctions or suspensions by the Center or other applicable entities and may be updated as necessary. No commercial use of the information contained in this database is authorized.

The Center continually evaluates the accuracy and completeness of all records. Any individual who believes that information contained in this database is not accurate should contact the Center by emailing: [email protected].

It may be an abuse of process under the Center’s SafeSport Code for the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Movements or other policies, criminal laws, or civil laws to use information contained in or accessed through this database to threaten, intimidate, or harass any individual, including those listed herein, their family members or business associates.

The Center, its officials, and employees make no warranty, representation or guaranty as to the content, accuracy, timeliness or completeness of the information provided herein. The Center expressly disclaims any and all liability for any loss or injury caused, in whole or in part, by its actions, omissions, or negligence in procuring, compiling or providing the information contained in this site, including without limitation, liability with respect to any use of this site, or the information contained herein. Reliance on the information contained on this site is solely at your own risk. The information may change or be altered at any time.

Information Pre-dating March 2017

Information pre-dating the creation of the Center on March 3, 2017 has been sourced from various National Governing Bodies or other relevant organizations. The Center did not adjudicate the underlying allegations and has limited knowledge of the associated policies and procedures applied to discipline the individual in question. Therefore, the Center cannot guarantee the accuracy, completeness, or timeliness of the information included from these sources and all the above admonitions, disclaimers, and limitations apply.



The USTA, as the national governing body for the sport of tennis in the United States, has provided records pursuant to the U.S. Center for SafeSport’s authority under the Bylaws of the United States Olympic Committee and the Protecting Young Victims from Sexual Abuse and Safe Sport Authorization Act of 2017. Specifically, the USTA has provided records on behalf of its corporate affiliates: the USTA National Tennis Center Incorporated, USTA Player Development Incorporated, USTA Foundation Incorporated, as well as those USTA Sectional Associations as defined in the Bylaws of the USTA. 


The following is a list of individuals who have been disqualified by U.S. Soccer or its Organization Members that have reported the sufficient details of misconduct to U.S. Soccer to categorize such misconduct as sexual, physical or emotional misconduct. It is not intended to be a complete historical record of current or past members who have ever been disqualified or suspended. As a result, this list may not be exhaustive. U.S. Soccer continues to solicit responses from its Organization Members and will supplement this list as information becomes available.  To date, U.S. Soccer has received disciplinary records from the following Organization Members:  Arkansas State Soccer Association, Eastern New York Youth Soccer Association, Florida Youth Soccer Association, Illinois Youth Soccer, Kansas State Youth Soccer, Massachusetts State Soccer Association, Minnesota Youth Soccer, Missouri Youth Soccer Association, New Jersey Youth Soccer, North Texas Soccer, Ohio South Youth Soccer, Oregon Youth Soccer, SAY Soccer, Tennessee State Soccer Association, U.S. Club Soccer, and West Virginia Soccer Association.

U.S. Center for SafeSport Social Media Community Standards

To ensure the U.S. Center for SafeSport’s social media channels remain a place that is welcoming and constructive, U.S. Center for SafeSport (Center) administrators reserve the right to moderate comments, including deletion of replies or other content and interactions they deem to be in violation of the Center’s Social Media Community Standards (found below) or in violation of the social media platform’s community standards. Center administrators may also take action to block or report social media platform users for violations. 

Social media submissions that will be moderated may include, but are not limited to: 

  • Harassing, intimidating, or threatening comments 
  • Profanity or sexually explicit and sexually vulgar language 
  • Comments that may violate any federal or state laws 
  • Comments that divulge sensitive information related to an active U.S. Center for SafeSport investigation (or some other Response and Resolution specific bullet) 
  • Comments that may violate social media platform specific community standards (see below). 
  • Solicitations or promotions of products or services of any third party, unless approved in advance by the Center 
  • Comments that include false or defamatory information 
  • Comments that misrepresent or hide the poster’s identity 
  • Comments that violate privacy or confidentiality 
  • Comments unrelated to the posted topic or to the SafeSport community 
  • Repetitive comments and spam 

While we encourage constructive and honest conversations about the important matters of our day, we do not permit discrimination against individuals or groups in regard to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, creed, religion, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law. 

We reserve the right to update these community standards at any time. 

We provide the following social media platform specific community standards for reference: 

LinkedIn Professional Community Policies 

Facebook Community Standards 

YouTube’s Community Guidelines