The Hyland Hills Jr. Hockey Association is committed to improving the development, safety and welfare of its players and all members involved in hockey and our organization. Therefore, it supports the USA Hockey SafeSport Program and CAHA SafeSport Program and requires all players, coaches and members to fully participate. During the 2018-2019 season, HHHA provided SafeSport training for all parents, players and coaches. During the 2019-2020 season, in-person training was offered for new members and incoming Squirt player families. The COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing requirements of various government agencies limited the ability to offer in-person training for the 2020-2021 season. Going forward, in lieu of formal in-person training for parents and players, we are requesting that parents and players review the SafeSport Handbook. All HHHA board members, directors, coaches, and volunteers that have regular contact with minors, and specific players must maintain current SafeSport training and background screening.

The SafeSport program exists to protect participants from abuse in sport, including bullying, harassment, hazing, physical abuse, emotional abuse, and sexual misconduct and abuse. The SafeSport Authorization Act of 2017 requires adoption of policies, procedures, and requirements by all national governing bodies recognized by the United States Olympic Committee and created the U.S. Center for SafeSport. As the national governing body for ice hockey in the United States, USA Hockey has adopted these policies, procedures, and requirements with updates to the SafeSport Program Handbook.

How To Report A Concern

Reports to U.S. Center for SafeSport

If an Adult Participant reasonably suspects that an incident(s) of Child Abuse or Sexual Misconduct has occurred, they must immediately report the incident(s) to the Center as well as applicable law enforcement authorities. Reports to the Center may be made by (1) completing an online report to the Center at or by (2) calling 833-587-7233.

Reports to USA Hockey

Reports of any allegation of misconduct or other inappropriate behavior that may violate Safe Sport Policies other than Sexual Misconduct or Child Abuse, should be made immediately to USA Hockey or the applicable Affiliate Safe Sport Coordinator, or may also be made to the Center. Reports to USA Hockey may be made by: (1) clicking on the “Report to USA Hockey” link on the USA Hockey Safe Sport Program webpage (, (2) emailing to, or (3) calling 800-888-4656. The USA Hockey Safe Sport Program webpage contains contact information for each Affiliate Safe Sport Coordinator. The SafeSport Incident Report should also be emailed to

Other ways to report concerns:

Player’s Health Protect App: Click here for Apple devices Click here for app Google devices

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