Code of Conduct and Disciplinary Policy, News (Tavistock Minor Hockey)

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Code of Conduct and Disciplinary Policy
Submitted By Larry Kropf on Saturday, November 2, 2019
Tavistock Minor Hockey has earned a reputation of respect and sportsmanship over the years.  This positive image has been developed by the many people who have been involved in our association since its inception and is a trait we want to continue and develop in our players and organization.  

That said, There have been isolated incidents, this year and past seasons which have required intervention by coaches, executive or other volunteer.  In an effort to keep our game enjoyable for everyone involved, the TDMHA Executive have updated our Code of Conduct and created a disciplinary policy that is in line with  other OMHA centers. 

The Disciplinary policy provides support and structure for our volunteers, to be used as a guideline when dealing with concerns.  

The TDMHA welcomes your thoughts on these changes and appreciates the contribution you have made to developing the excellent reputation we have earned over the years.

These policies are posted on the TDMHA bulletin board at the arena or can be viewed through the links below:


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