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The Conflict Resolution Committee will deal with your issues. The Committee is comprised of; Director of Risk Management, The Executive V.P., and three impartial personnel. The Director will review the issue and determine the necessary steps to resolve. The process, issues and resolution are as follows;

      1. PROCESSES

a) Duty to Report Abuse and neglect are community problems requiring urgent attention. The WMHA is committed to help reduce and prevent the abuse and neglect of participants. Ontario has mandatory reporting laws regarding the abuse and neglect of children and youth. Consequently, it is the policy of the WMHA that all parents and volunteers who, has reasonable grounds to suspect that a child (in Ontario a child is a person under the age of 18) is or may be suffering or may have suffered from emotional, physical abuse and neglect and/or sexual abuse shall immediately report the suspicion and the information on which it is based to the local Children’s Aid Society at 519-252-1171 or the Windsor Police at 519-258-6111.

b) If you see something concerning in the social media space that could impact the WMHA or anyone associated with the WMHA. Concerns or issues should be addressed as soon as possible to minimize potential damages cause by inappropriate or prohibited content.


         a) Breach of;
                 (i) Bullying, Harassment And Abuse Policies
                 (ii) Social Media Policy
                 (iii) Constitution and By-Laws

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        Major Issues are confidential to report. Identity may be needed to resolve.


        a) Additional situations that need assistance in resolving may include;
               (i) ice time
               (ii) coaching philosophy

        Major and Minor issues must be addressed while observing the 24hr rule;


If a parent has a concern relating to the team, the parent is to first contact the Parent Liaison (Travel), Divisional V.P.(House League). If the parent wishes to speak with a member of the Coaching Staff the parent is to wait for 24 hours before proceeding. This allows both parties to cool down, so that the problem can be dealt with rationally. If all parties involved are not able to solve their problems or fear of compromise, a meeting may be scheduled with the Director of Abuse & Harassment and the Conflict Resolution Committee.

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                                  Click to submit Conflict Resolution Form (on-line)


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