SCBC's Commitment

How To Report Maltreatment

B.C. Universal Code of Conduct

Additional Resources

SCBC's Commitment

SCBC is committed to ensuring all atheltes, coaches, officials and volunteers are free from all forms of maltreatment. All coaches attending SCBC Events must meet a minimum training requirement and have completed a Vulnerable Sector Check to access to the fieled of play, including Isolation areas. All volunteers are screened as per our screening policy

How To Report Maltreatment

If you witness maltreatment or are a victim or maltreatment, report it immedediately. SCBC takes maltreatment of any kind very serious and all complaints will be handled confidentially, be fully investigated and appropriate action will be taken.
SCBC Dispute Resolution Policy

How to Report

SCBC Board of Directors: Complaints can be directed to either:
SCBC President, SCBC Vice-President or the SCBC Registrar
National Sport Helpline - Comprehensive website full of resources for help and reporting: (1 888 837-7678) (by email)
BC Helpline for Children - a confidential toll-free phone line for children and youth: 310-1234 (no area code required).
Victim Link BC - toll-free, confidential, and online services available 24hr/7
Resilience BC - Anti-Racism Network to report incidences of racism and hate crimes.

BC Universal Code of Conduct

SCBC is committed to following the BC Universal Code of Conduct (B.C. UCC) to make competition climbing a safe place for everyone.

BC Universal Code of Conduct

Link: BC Universal Code of Conduct


BC Children's Helpline

A confidential toll-free phone line for children and youth wanting to talk to someone - is 310-1234 (no area code required).


The Canadian Sport Helpline is a national toll-free helpline offering assistance to victims or witnesses of harassment, abuse or discrimination in sport.


The Commit to Kids (C2K) for Coaches online training empowers coaches and other sport leaders with practical information to help them enhance child and youth safety in sport. It highlights the importance of understanding boundaries, sexual misconduct and reporting inappropriate behaviour.

Resilience BC

Anti-Racism Network provides information about how to report incidences of racism and hate crimes if you are a victim or witness such incidences.


The Respect in Sport Activity Leader/Coach Program educates youth leaders, coaches, officials and participants (14-years and up) to recognize, understand and respond to issues of bullying, abuse, harassment and discrimination (BAHD).


Creating a culture where everyone can thrive is a shared responsibility. The Safe Sport Training module developed by the Coaching Association of Canada (CAC) will help anyone involved in sport identify and prevent situations of maltreatment.


Victim Link BC is a toll-free, confidential, multilingual telephone and online service available across B.C. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week which provides information and referral services to all victims of crime and immediate crisis support to victims of family and sexual violence.