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CANADIAN BASKETBALL LEAGUE
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Code of Conduct

CBL CODE OF CONDUCT

2016-2017  

COUNTRY, COMMUNITY, CLUB!

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. CBL PLAYER CODE OF CONDUCT______4

2. CBL CODE OF ETHICS_____5

3. CBL CORE VALUES_____6

4. RULES & REGULATIONS_____7

5. PLAYER BEHAVIOUR PROCEDURE______9

6. SANCTIONS FOR BREACHES______11

7. APPENDIX D- PLAYER BEHAVIOUR APPEAL PROCEDURE______12

8. CONDUCT REQUIRED OF COACHES______13

9. CONDUCT REQUIRED OF FANS & SPECTATORS_______13

10. CONDUCT REQUIRED OF OFFICIALS______14

 

1.0 CBL PLAYER CODE OF CONDUCT

 

GOAL

To clearly set out and describe conduct that is absolutely prohibited while participating in the Canadian Basketball League (CBL), keeping with the CBL mission and shared values. It is intended to guide player behaviour, to respect and protect the rights and responsibilities of all other players and staff in the CBL and to support staff in managing inappropriate behaviour. Further, to indicate that the CBL Discipline Policy shall contain the processes and procedures to deal with allegations of conduct that may be in breach of the Code of Conduct.

 

SCOPE OF APPLICATION

The Code of Conduct applies to all league games and events within the CBL. This includes in-game related actions, events occurring immediately prior to or following a CBL sanctioned event or competition on properties owned or

leased by the CBL and any further commentary or actions regarding a CBL sanctioned event or competition.

 

It is the expectation of the CBL that each member club shall deal with issues related to the conduct or behaviour of a player or staff of the member institution when such conduct or behaviour takes place outside of the CBL sanctioned event or competition. The member club shall act in a timely, fair and comprehensive manner using the CBL code of conduct and disciplinary procedures. The member club may wish to deal with conduct or behaviour issues that occur during a CBL sanctioned event or competition in addition to the CBL processes procedures for dealing with such alleged misconduct.

 

INDIVIDUALS SUBJECT TO THE CODE OF CONDUCT

Individuals who are subject to this Code of Conduct include, but are not limited to, athletes, coaches, officials, administrators, supporters, spectators and all others who are reasonably associated with a member club’s program if they are attending at, participating in or commenting on a CBL sanctioned event or competition.

 

SANCTIONS FOR ENGAGING IN PROHIBITED CONDUCT

An individual to whom this Code of Conduct applies shall be subject to such disciplinary and corrective actions as outlined in the CBL Discipline Policy, Field of Play – Behaviour.

 

PROHIBITED CONDUCT

Prohibited conduct in the CBL is the following:

  • Physical assault or verbal abuse directed at officials.
  • Physical assault or verbal abuse directed at spectators.
  • Deliberate damage to equipment or other property.
  • Deliberate attempt to cause injury where the conduct complained of demonstrates a careless disregard for another’s safety.
  • Fighting, where the conduct complained of is excessive given the context of the sport and the rules of the sport, if any, regarding fighting.
  • Public criticism (in the media or otherwise) of a game official or the game outcome.
  • Deliberate attempt to improperly manipulate the outcome of a game by cheating, dishonesty or accepting or giving a bribe or other similar benefit.

 

2.0 CBL CODE OF ETHICS

 

2.1 PRINCIPLE OF FAIR PLAY AND ETHICAL CONDUCT

For the CBL to promote the character development of its participants, to enhance the integrity of the sport and to promote appropriate behaviour by athletes, coaches, officials, administrators, supporters, spectators and all others associated with these CBL games and events these individuals should adhere to the fundamental values of respect, fairness, integrity, honesty and responsibility.

 

Principles
  1. Safe and respectful Working environment: CBL is committed to establishing and maintaining a cooperative and working community that is safe and respectful for players and staff.
  1. Standards for expected player behaviour: CBL is committed to setting and cultivating high standards for player behaviour
  1. Risk Management/Mitigation: risk mitigation is an integral part of maintaining a safe and respectful community.

 

2.2 ​PRINCIPLE OF INSTITUTIONAL CONTROL AND RESPONSIBILITY​

 

Responsibility for Control

It is the responsibility of each member club to control its CBL basketball program in compliance with the rules and regulations of the CBL. The club’s Executives, or designate, is responsible for the administration of all aspects of the CBL programming.

 

Scope of Responsibility

The clubs responsibility for the conduct of its CBL program includes responsibility for the actions of its staff members and for the actions of any other individual or organization engaged in activities promoting the athletic interest of the league and its member clubs.

2.3 ​PRINCIPLE OF RULES COMPLIANCE​

 

Responsibility of Club

Each club shall comply with all applicable rules and regulations of the CBL. It shall monitor its programs to assure compliance and to identify and report to the CBL instances in which compliance has not been achieved. In any such instance, the club shall cooperate fully with the CBL under the directive of the CBL President and/or Director of Basketball Operations and shall take appropriate corrective actions. Members of the club staff, athletes and other individuals and groups representing the club & leagues interests shall comply with the applicable league rules, and the member club shall be responsible for such compliance.

 

Responsibility of CBL

The CBL shall assist the club in its efforts to achieve full compliance with all rules and regulations and shall afford the institution, its staff and athletes, fair procedures in the consideration of an identified or alleged failure in compliance.

The CBL President and/or Director of Basketball Operations is responsible for monitoring the effectiveness of this policy and associated procedure and initiating review of the policy on a 3-year cycle.

 

 

3.0 CBL CORE VALUES​ 

FAIR PLAY

Adhere to fundamental values such as respect, fairness and honesty; accepting loss or defeat without complaint and a victory without gloating.

 

EQUITY

Treat all participants equitably within the context of the sporting event, regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, language, disability, income, athletic potential, sexual orientation, religion, and other diversities.

 

RESPONSIBILITY

Be accountable for your actions and decisions; upholding professional standards of conduct; and accepting appropriate responsibility for behaviour.

 

INTEGRITY

Avoid knowingly obscuring the truth by your actions or statements and/or assisting others in a dishonest act or statement. Maintaining commitments and conducting honest behaviour at all times.

 

EXCELLENCE

Put forth effort toward competitive opportunities and experiences in order to achieve maximum potential both in the community and athletically.

 

INAPPROPRIATE CONDUCT

Inappropriate conduct includes, but is not limited to the following:

 

AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOUR

CBL and its member institutions are committed to creating and maintaining a community in which its members are free from all forms of harassment, hazing, exploitation, intimidation, violence, threatening activity or gestures and any other aggressive behaviour in violation of the rules and spirit of the sport. Specifically prohibited conduct is listed in the CBL Code of Conduct.

 

DISRESPECT

At all times, participants are required to comport themselves in a manner respectful of themselves, their team, league, game officials, opponents and property. Participants are to refrain from disrespectful conduct such as unsportsmanlike conduct; profane, abusive, demeaning harassing, threatening or obscene expression; or deliberate damage to equipment or other property.

 

UNETHICAL BEHAVIOUR

Participants within the CBL are held accountable to a high standard of ethical conduct in all activities affecting the athletics program, whether as a participant or as a spectator.

 

CONDUCT REQUIRED OF PLAYERS

Athletes are expected to display sportsmanship in the CBL, both on and off the court. Sportsmanlike conduct includes showing respect toward all who are in attendance including officials, coaches, teammates, opponents, spectators and the media. Unsportsmanlike conduct includes inappropriate behaviour in language, gesture or action which demeans, physically

intimidates or endangers others. Players should reflect the high standards of honour and dignity that should characterize participation in competitive CBL games as well as conduct themselves in a manner reflecting positively on themselves and on their club outlined in the code of conduct and team manual.

 

 

4.0 RULES AND REGULATIONS

  1. All members of the CBL and affiliates are responsible for upholding the Mission, Vision, And values.
  2. All members of the CBL and affiliates are responsible for ensuring the maintenance of an environment where respectful and appropriate behaviour is expected, valued and promoted.
  3. The CBL will not condone and will respond to behaviour that is illegal, harmful or threatening to others or that is disruptive, abusive, intimidating or that vandalizes League/Venue Property.
  4. The CBL has the right to impose any sanction it deems appropriate pursuant to the provisions set out in this policy and related procedures.
  5. The CBL is responsible for making the policy info known and accessible to Players and staff.
  6. Players are responsible for their own behaviour in any CBL related activity on or off site they are expected to acquaint themselves with the principles policies and procedures that govern.
  7. Players behaviour in appropriate communication whether direct or indirect using any medium which results in compromising the team environment or experience will be managed under this policy and/or the information technology policy as appropriate.
  8. The CBL supports informal response including restorative approaches and the use of early informal methods of resolution such as mediation where and when appropriate disciplinary and/or restorative responses are available to deal with inappropriate player behaviour, where appropriate both the nature of the behaviour and the players previous record of conduct will determine the correct response to remedy a particular situation;
    1. Disciplinary sanctions maybe progressive in nature and range from verbal warning to contract termination.
    2. Suspension or contract termination may result from a single incident of behaviour that is a critical failure to resolve behavioural concerns at level 2 turn a repeated incidence of major misconduct or failure to comply with previous disciplinary requirements. Support will be offered to those affected by the misconduct including victims as well as offenders as appropriate.
    3. Where a staff member has been seriously impacted by a player behaviour matter human resources will be informed, in some cases the CBL may turn to outside authorities such as police for assistance.
  9. Where the management of a players behaviour incident involves allegations against the staff member human resources will be informed.
  10. A player may appeal a sanction decision. Appendix D outlines procedures for filing an appeal.
  11. The CBL reserve the right upon appeal to impose a different sanction than that originally imposed and may establish additional sanctions to those contained in this players behaviour policy and/or team manual.
  12. Disciplinary sanctions applied may become part of that players permanent CBL record.

Examples of behaviour that are not acceptable include but are not limited to the following a pattern of repeated offences:

 

­ Alcohol and drug policy violations including inappropriate behaviour resulting from alcohol and drug use.

­ Attempts to divert the team time / attention in support of any personal political religious or social agenda.

­ Behaviour, which violates a provincial or federal law.

­ Behaviour, which interferes with or obstructs CBL club or league business.

­ Disruptive or inappropriate actions and events on personal time that are readily identifiable with the CBL or any part of it.

­ Dissemination or slanderous defamatory or liberalism material regarding any member of the CBL community using any medium.

­ Fighting.

­ Indecent public acts.

­ Intentionally creating hazardous conditions that put the CBL community at risk.

­ Late arrival to practices, events or games.

­ Taunting or derogatory comments and inappropriate joking. ­ Theft.

­ Unapproved solicitation.

­ Unauthorized disruptive cell phone use.

­ Unwanted physical contact such as pushing or shoving.

­ Use of Communication and Information Technologies which are directed at CBL members.  ­ Vandalism.

­ Verbal abuse including jokes derogatory comment or cyber bullying.

 

 

5.0 PLAYERS BEHAVIOUR PROCEDURE

LEVEL 1

Players are encouraged to try to resolve issues directly provided they feel comfortable and safe in taking such action.

If a player observes or experiences behaviour that is inappropriate that he cannot resolve they should report it to a CBL staff member with the understanding that confidentiality will be maintained as far as possible such reporting shall not be provided anonymously it should be noted that confidentiality does not mean anonymity.

 

  • If a CBL staff member observes or received a report of inappropriate behaviour, he should attempt to address the concerns informally and directly, the player will be advised that the behaviour is in violation of the player behaviour policy asked to stop the activity and or move the activity to an appropriate location. Additional responses may include referral to CBL team manual or the CBL league office for support or information.

Players may temporarily be dismissed from the team environment and may be required to meet with the member of the CBL staff to review his behaviour prior to returning to the team environment.

For behaviour deemed not to be manageable by the persons directly involved referrals are to the Head Coach.

For safety or security specific concerns referrals are made to the Director of Basketball Operations or CBL league office designate.

 

 

LEVEL 2

If it has not been possible to manage the behaviour at level 1 or if the behaviour escalates to a greater level of concern or a single serious incident warrants an immediate response the incident will be referred to the Head Coach.

If the behaviour escalates to a risk or concern of personal or physical safety involved parties are to make every effort to keep themselves free from harm, contact the CBL league office immediately.

 

  • The Director of Basketball Operations in conjunction with the Head Coach will consult with all relevant parties involved with the players behavioural concerns and meet with the player to understand and begin to review and address concerns.

A formal review of the player’s behaviour incident or concern and or investigation may be conducted as required.

An interim player suspension may be issued during the period of review as appropriate to the circumstances. If a formal review or investigation is required it will be completed by the Director of Basketball Operations or his designate within 5 working days. Where appropriate CBL administrative staff may extend the time frames for conducting a review in generating the report to a maximum of 10 working days.

 

VII.A report of the findings of the review will be generated and provided to the CBL President and the club executives.

 

  • Sanctions/Fines may be applied as appropriate informed by the finding of the review.

Decisions regarding a sanction/fine will be made by the CBL President and/or Director of Basketball Operations and in consultation with the head coach/club executives as appropriate.

Corrective measures and responses including sanctions will be communicated directly to the player in person when possible.

In the case of suspension a written letter outlining the sanction and rationale will be provided to the player.

 

LEVEL 3-CRITICAL BEHAVIOUR INCIDENTS.​

 Behaviour is considered critical when, the continued presence of a player constitutes or is significant risk of danger to any part of the CBL. The Player’s behaviour is threatening or presents a clear and present danger to any person on CBL property and/or involved or associated with the CBL. There is a significant risk to further allegations against Players and or serious breaches of conduct have occurred including but not limited to weapon possession harassment and threats.

Terms of suspension will be issued by the CBL or designate to allow for an investigation.

 

  • The Players must be informed immediately in writing of the reasons for the interim suspension and must be afforded the opportunity to respond in term suspensions must be reviewed within 5 working days the interim suspension may be extended for of no more than 10 working days in order to complete the formal review.

 

6.0 SANCTIONS FOR BREACHES

 

Concerns that this CBL Code of Conduct was breached by an individual subject to it shall be treated as a Complaint. Accordingly, the CBL Discipline Policy regarding Complaints shall be followed, if a formal complaint is filed.

Options – sanctions/fines/restorative measures.​

Sanctions, fines and restore the measures may be used independently or in combination and must balance the needs of the players and the interests of the CBL. Disciplinary action must be reasonable and reflect the severity of the misconduct. Repeat or multiple violations shall increase the severity of the sanctions applied. When determining an appropriate response, the following must be considered-circumstances of the incident, severity of the misconduct including the efforts on other members of the CBL community, the deliberateness of the misconduct, the significance of the misconduct as an isolated incident or as part of a pattern of misbehaviour.

 

Verbal warning.​

A verbal warning refers to a verbal statement to a person or group indicating that their actions are unacceptable and that the continuation of such conduct may be cause for more severe disciplinary action. Restorative measures and intervention intended to assist a player to repair harm, restore relationships and promote self — accountability. This may include mediation or facilitated meeting between the players and others involved in an incident a referral for counselling or medical assessment conflict coaching or apologies

 

Written warning.

This refers to a written notice given by a CBL employee informing the player that​ his or her actions have violated a CBL regulation or expected standard of behaviour and that any repetition of this conduct may lead to more severe disciplinary action. A behaviour contract can be issued in conjunction with a written warning.

Behaviour contract

Required written agreement outlining the terms and conditions by which the players must abide by an order to remain as a player in the CBL. A behaviour contract will specify measurable behaviour and required actions that must be met by the player.​ Resources may be recommended to assist players in meeting the behavioural outcomes. Contracts will be facilitated and monitored by the CBL President and/or Director of Basketball Operations. Failure to abide by the terms of the contract will result in more severe disciplinary action and possible suspension or contract termination from the CBL

Restitution

This involves compensation for loss damage or injury reimbursement for vandalism or misappropriation of property.

Interim suspensions

A suspension issued by the CBL President and/or Director of Basketball Operations for designated time to allow for an investigation. When there is significant risk to for the allegations against the player and/or​ breaches of conduct including but not limited to weapon possession assault causing bodily harm harassment and/or threats.

Suspension

This refers to separation of the player from any league games or events for a definite period of time after which time player ​is eligible to return.​

 

Contract Termination

This refers to the ending of the contractual obligations of the league and player thus ending any association between the league & player.

 

APPENDIX D – PLAYER BEHAVIOUR APPEAL PROCEDURE.

Any level 2 or 3 decision may be appealed by the individual whose conduct is being questioned, provided that written notice of the appeal is filed with the CBL along with a non-refundable $2500 appeal fee within 2 working days on which the decision was rendered. The notice of appeal must include, the reason or grounds for the appeal. Any documents in support of the appeal. Names of witnesses the player wishes to have in attendance. Identification of the type of resolution sought.

The appeal hearing procedure, managed by the CBL Office, must be scheduled to take place within 10 working days of the date of filing of the appeal. Written notice of the appeal hearing must be provided to all parties. The appeal process will be conducted as a formal hearing before the CBL President and/or Director of Basketball Operations.

 

  • Any witnesses the player has identified to support his or her appeal should be present at the meeting. The appeal panel must not include any individual who has had prior involvement in the cases, including witnesses.

The player behaviour appeal panel will render a written decision within 5 working days of the appeal hearing and provide a copy of the decision to those individuals identified in the notice of hearing, as well as any other individuals who attended the hearing who indicated a desire to receive a copy of the decision. The panel’s decision is final.

 

7.0 CONDUCT REQUIRED OF COACHES

 

Coaches are expected to promote standards of fair play and safety by their athletes. Coaches are responsible for disciplining athletes for acts of

misconduct or unethical behaviour during games, practice and at team related functions.

 

 

7.1 COACHES CODE OF ETHIC

 

Coaches must ensure that athletes are medically fit to compete. If there is any doubt as to the medical condition of a athlete prior to or during a competition the coach shall refrain from using that athlete in competition. Coaches are not permitted to enter or attempt to enter the locker room of a game official preceding or following a contest. Coaches are to remain in their designated coaching and team areas and refrain from any action that would incite others in attendance at the contest. Coaches are to be mindful that the continuation of play of any scheduled contest is the responsibility of the game officials and that taking a team from any playing area is not the coach’s prerogative. However, in instances where league policies related to safety direct a coach to vacate a playing area, the coach should respond accordingly.

 

 

 

8.0 CONDUCT REQUIRED OF FANS & SPECTATORS

 

Conduct that is detrimental to maintaining the core values of the CBL will not be tolerated. Spectators are expected to behave in an appropriate manner. Fans and spectators are prohibited from:

 

  1. Behaviour that is unruly, disruptive or illegal in nature.

 

  1. Interfering with the progress of the game, including throwing objects and/or allowing unauthorized persons onto the field of play.

 

  1. Intoxication or other signs of alcohol impairment that results in irresponsible behaviour.

 

  1. Foul and/or abusive language and/or obscene gestures.

 

  1. Verbal or physical harassment of opposing team fans, officials, opponents or other persons.

 

  1. Intentionally sitting or standing in areas which obstruct the passage and/or view of other spectators.

 

  1. Failing to follow instructions of CBL venue staff, Persons engaging in these actions will be given one warning and will be removed from the venue the second time. Game staff will promptly intervene at CBL events to support an environment where event patrons, their guests and other fans can enjoy the event free from the behaviour listed above. Event patrons and guests who violate these provisions will be subject to ejection by CBL venue staff without refund and loss of ticket privileges for future games.

8.1 PREVENTION AND AWARENESS CONTEST STATEMENT

One of the following statements or a similar institutional statement should be read before all athletic events where a public address system is utilized:

“Ladies and gentlemen, [Host Institution] and CBL welcome you to today’s contest. We ask that you join us and today’s coaches, players and officials in practicing superior sporting behaviour in supporting your teams and in conduct toward players, coaches, officials, and other spectators. Unruly and disrespectful behaviour will not be tolerated. [Please note that the possession and consumption of illegal substances as well as tobacco are also prohibited. Spectators are not allowed on the court at any time.]Thank you.”

or

“Ladies and gentlemen, [Host Institution] and Canadian Basketball League promote superior sporting behaviour by players, coaches and spectators. We encourage everyone to actively support all participants of today’s game and ask that you express your enthusiasm in a respectful and sport-like manner.”

9.0 CONDUCT REQUIRED OF OFFICIALS

 

Officials are charged with the duty of ensuring a fair athletic contest and are also responsible for facilitating competition. Their judgment will be impartial and formulated with objectivity, accuracy, fairness and integrity.

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