Locker Room Policies
ADHL Hockey adheres to USA Hockey’s SafeSport Program to help protect its participants from physical abuse, sexual abuse and other types of misconduct, including emotional abuse, bullying, threats, harassment and hazing. To help prevent abuse or misconduct from occurring in our locker rooms, ADHL Hockey has adopted the following locker room policy. This policy is designed to maintain personal privacy as well as to reduce the risk of misconduct in locker rooms. When Bucks teams visit another arena, all participants associated with the Bucks will follow the Locker Room Policies of that arena as well as all ADHL Hockey policies listed below.
- All Rink facilities are to be treated with respect, care and pride.
- Players are responsible for use/cleanliness of the locker rooms and any adjoining bathroom/shower areas.
- Be respectful and courteous to teammates, coaches, rink employees, and volunteers.
- Players should not touch one another in the locker room.
- Be respectful of others’ property. Do not touch others’ property unless specifically asked by them to do so.
- Players are not allowed to enter a locker room that has been assigned to another team.
- Players occupy locker rooms only for the time required to dress and undress, or as directed by a coach.
- Only Players, Coaches, Certified Safe Sport Volunteers or in the case of younger children or injuries, the Parent of a child in need, are allowed in the assigned locker room.
- Players are discouraged from bringing valuables and extra belongings into the locker rooms.
- Cell phones may not be used in the locker room, unless in case of emergency.
- Use of recording equipment in the locker rooms is strictly forbidden. This includes cameras, video cameras, cell phones, or any other media collecting device.
- Witnesses to any violations are required to report incident(s) to a Bucks Coach, Team Manager, or Director of Hockey Operations.