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Risk Management Questions

Risk Management Questions

Question: View Do the Medical Release forms need to be notarized?
Question: View What is the Player/Adult Protection Program?


Risk Management Responses

Question: 
Do the Medical Release forms need to be notarized?
Response: No, Medical Release forms do not need to be notarized for MYSA league play. Some out-of-state or international tournaments may require this as well as the US Youth Soccer Minnesota State Cup.
 
Question: 
What is the Player/Adult Protection Program?
Response: The Player/Adult Protection Program, or Kidsafe Program, is designed to promote the welfare of youth players and to protect volunteer coaches, managers, program administrators and organizations. It is our intent to exclude from participation any adult with a legally documented history of child molestation or other record that would bring an unnecessary risk to the health and safety of youth soccer players who participate in MYSA-affiliated activities.