Safe Sport

 Policies | UCCMS | Report a Complaint


No one should ever be afraid to come to the gym, the camp, the competition, or the meeting

Safe Sport Pledge to Follow the Universal Code of Conduct to Prevent and Address Maltreatment in Sport

All Boxing Canada participants who are participating in National-level programs or activities are required to follow the UCCMS. The following must sign the pledge to participate in Boxing Canada Programming including.

NSO Board of Directors | NSO Committee Members | NSO Staff, Contractors

National Team Athletes (Senior, Development, U19) | Any athletes participating at a Nationally Sanctioned event

Level 4 or higher officials | Any officials participating at a Nationally Sanctioned event

Any coaches participating at a Nationally Sanctioned event

Instructions on how to sign the pledge

Link to sign the pledge

If you are interested in learning more about the the UCCMS here are some resources available:

An Introduction to the UCCMS

Informed Consent Form FAQ

The Complaint Management Process

If you are not part of the group who is required to sign the UCCMS through the national system but want to show your commitment to the UCCMS you can use the Boxing Canada internal Abuse-free Sport Declaration Online Form or Printable Form.



Report a Complaint

Boxing Canada has a fundamental obligation and responsibility to protect the health, safety and physical and mental well-being of every individual that is involved in the Canadian boxing community.

Boxing Canada takes any situation involving misconduct or maltreatment very seriously. For this reason, Boxing Canada is committed to enacting and enforcing strong, clear, and effective policies and processes for preventing and addressing all forms of misconduct or maltreatment.

The policies are intended to promote a Safe Sport environment in a manner that allows for consistent, immediate, appropriate and meaningful action should any issues arise, and they are also intended to prevent issues from arising in the first place by communicating expected standards of behaviour.

Should any individuals involved with Boxing Canada, including but not limited to athletes, coaches, officials, volunteers, and parents/guardians of Athletes, wish to report any instance of misconduct or maltreatment, they may do so directly to Boxing Canada’s Independent Third-Party responsible for managing complaints, which will then determine the appropriate forum and manner to address the complaint. The result could be that the complaint is managed by ITP port & Recreation, or it could be that ITP moves the complaint to the Office of the Sport Integrity Commissioner.

Boxing Canada’s Independent Third Party:

ITP Sport & Recreation Inc.