New York City Model Of Conduct (Local Law 322-A)

 

   

  1.     All officials, coaches, parents, players, spectators and participants shall respect one another.
  2.     All officials, coaches, parents, players, spectators and participants shall respect officials' decisions.
  3.     All officials, coaches, parents, players, spectators and participants shall engage in fair play and abide by all game rules.
  4.     All officials, coaches, parents, players, spectators and participants shall refrain from engaging in taunting of officials, coaches, parents, players, spectators or other participants by means of baiting or ridiculing.
  5.     All officials, coaches, parents, players, spectators and participants shall refrain from verbal and/or profane abuse of officials, coaches, parents, players, spectators or other participants.
  6.     All officials, coaches, parents, players, spectators and participants shall refrain from threatening physical violence or engaging in any form of physical violence.
  7.     All officials, coaches, parents, players, spectators and participants shall win and lose with good sportsmanship and shall strive to make youth sports programs rewarding for all participants.

 

  •         Any organization that administers a youth sports program that utilizes city facilities and/or receives city funding may ban the presence at youth sports events of any official, coach, parent, player, spectator or other participant who (1) engages in verbal or physical threats or abuse aimed at any official, coach, parent, player, spectator or other participant, (2) initiates a fight or scuffle with any official, coach, parent, player, spectator or other participant or (3)  engages in repeated and egregious violations of the Model Code of Conduct or similar Code of Conduct containing  guidelines for conduct of behavior to be observed at youth sports events, if the conduct occurs at or in connection with such youth sports event.
  •        In the event that any official, coach, parent, player, spectator or other participant is banned from attending youth sports events pursuant to subdivision (e) of this section, such person may petition the organization that imposed such ban for permission to resume attendance.  Prior to being permitted to resume attendance, such organization may require such person to present proof of completion of anger management counseling or its equivalent.
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