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SAFETY

AYSO Safe Haven

Child and Volunteer Protection Advocate (CVPA)
Online Safe Haven Certification Child and Volunteer Protection course - 
required for all Coaches, Referees, Team Parents, & All Volunteers - can now be taken from home


AYSO Safe Have Online Training

Safe Haven is a child and volunteer protection program that was the first of its kind in youth sports.  This program was developed to comply with the Child Protection Act and the Volunteer Protection Act of 1997 by corporate AYSO for all AYSO Regions to follow.

The child protection aspect is intended to stop child abuse, educate or remove its perpetrators, and screen out predators before they get into the program. It includes proactive steps which provide a medium for positive, healthy child development, precluding the outbreak of child abuse in a weak, unfocused, non-empowering environment.

Volunteer protection comes in to play as a result of volunteer training, certification and continuing education. The Volunteer Protection Act of 1997 provides certain legal protections for volunteers who have been trained and certified, and act in accordance with a written job description. Safe Haven has these three elements, giving volunteers the highest degree of protection available under the law.

CONCUSSION AWARENESS

CDC Heads Up Concussion Training is required BY LAW for all coaches, referees, executive members, advisory commission members, section/area/region board and staff members.


No Heading Rule - U12 and Below

I. HEADING THE BALL

1. Consistent with the US Soccer mandates on heading the ball, heading is banned for all division players U12 and below in both practices and games. Heading for players in U14 is limited to a maximum of thirty (30) minutes per week with no more than 15-20 headers, per player. There is no restriction on heading in matches.

2. An indirect free kick will be awarded to the opposing team if a player age 10 or younger, deliberately touches the ball with his/her head during a game.

a. The indirect free kick is to be taken from the place where the player touched the ball with his/her head.
b. An indirect free kick awarded to the attacking team inside the opposing team’s goal area, must be taken on the goal area line at the point nearest to where the player touched the ball with his/her head.

3. Neither cautions nor send-offs shall be issued for persistent infringement or denying an obvious goal scoring opportunity related to the heading infractions. 

 

SAFE HAVEN

From time to time photos of our teams, parents  and players may be taken and posted on our website and Facebook. If your parents agree to have photos posted, please download and hand the agreement over to coach's who will hold it in their folders. To download please go to links above. 

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Fontana, California 92337

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