Athletes who experience one or more of the signs and symptoms listed below after a bump, blow, or jolt to the head or body may have a concussion.
Concussion Signs Observed
Concussion Symptoms Reported
IF YOU SUSPECT THAT AN ATHLETE HAS A CONCUSSION, YOU SHOULD TAKE TAKE THE FOLLOWING STEPS:
1. Remove the athlete from play.
2. Ensure that the athlete is evaluated by a health care professional experienced in evaluating for concussion. Do not try to judge the seriousness of the injury yourself.
3. Inform the athlete's parents or guardians about the possible concussion and give them the fact sheet on concussion.
4. Keep the athlete out of play the day of the injury. An athlete should only return to plav with permission from a health care professional, who is experienced in evaluating for concussion.
C. LaRue Hoops prohibits and does not tolerate sexual abuse or misconduct in the workplace or during any organization-related activity. C. LaRue Hoops provides procedures for employees, volunteers, or any other victims of sexual abuse or misconduct to report such acts. Those reasonably suspected or believed to have committed sexual abuse or misconduct will be appropriately disciplined, up to and including termination of employment or membership, as well as criminally prosecuted. No employee, volunteer, or other person, regardless of his or her title or position has the authority to commit or allow sexual abuse or misconduct.
Definitions and Examples
The following definitions or examples of sexual abuse, misconduct or harassment, may apply to any and/or all of the following persons – employees, volunteers or other third-parties.
Sexual abuse or misconduct may include, but is not limited to:
Immediately report suspected sexual abuse or misconduct by calling the C. LaRue Hoops office number (336) 255-2148 or emailing Chan@CLaRueHoops.com. It is not required to directly confront the person who is the source of the report, question or complaint before notifying any of the individuals listed. C. LaRue Hoops will take every reasonable measure to ensure that those named in complaint of misconduct, or are too closely associated with those involved in the complaint, will not be part of the investigative team.
Anti-retaliation and False Allegations
C. LaRue Hoops prohibits retaliation made against any employee, volunteer, or other person who lodges a good faith complaint of sexual abuse or misconduct or who participates in any related investigation. Making knowingly false or malicious accusations of sexual abuse or misconduct can have serious consequences for those who are wrongly accused. C. LaRue Hoops prohibits making false or malicious sexual misconduct allegations, as well as deliberately providing false information during an investigation. Anyone who violates this rule is subject to disciplinary action, up to and including termination of employment or membership and criminal prosecution.
Investigation and Follow-up
C. LaRue Hoops will take all allegations of sexual abuse or misconduct seriously and will promptly, thoroughly and equitably investigate whether misconduct has taken place. The organization may utilize an outside third-party to conduct an investigation of misconduct. C. LaRue Hoops will cooperate fully with any investigation conducted by law enforcement or other regulatory/protective services agencies. C. LaRue Hoops will make every reasonable effort to keep the matters involved in the allegation as confidential as possible while still allowing for a prompt and thorough investigation.
Reporting to Law Enforcement or Appropriate Child or Adult Protective Services
C. LaRue Hoops is committed to following the state and federal legal requirements for reporting allegations or incidents of sexual abuse or misconduct to appropriate law enforcement and child or adult protective services organizations.
Employee and Worker Screening and Selection
As part of its sexual abuse and misconduct prevention program, C. LaRue Hoops is committed to maintaining a screening program for prospective and existing employees, volunteers and others that may have interaction with those employed by, associating with or serviced by C. LaRue Hoops. The organization may utilize a variety of methods of screening and selection, including but not limited to applications, personal interviews, criminal background checks and personal and professional references.
Supervision of Youth
To provide a safe environment for minors, C. LaRue Hoops strives that a minimum of two adult workers supervise or be in attendance with minors during organization-related activities. The purpose is to avoid one-on-one interactions between adults and minors that are not easily observable by others.