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Referee Game Incident Reports

<script language="JavaScript"> function Report1() {clickpop1=window.open("http://www.msysa.org/scripts/runisa.dll?m2:gp::49250+forms/charges","clickpop1","toolbar=0,location=0,status=0,menubar=0,scrollbars=0,resizable=0,top=50,left=50,width=700,height=650")} </script><script language="JavaScript"> function Report2() {clickpop1=window.open("http://www.msysa.org/scripts/runisa.dll?m2:gp::49250+forms/matchY","clickpop1","toolbar=0,location=0,status=0,menubar=0,scrollbars=1,resizable=0,top=50,left=50,width=700,height=650")} </script> <p>If you are involved in an incident as a referee (i.e., Referee, AR, or 4th Official) that requires you to file a report with the State Association - for referee assault, referee abuse, or coach misconduct - you need to file a report. Click <a href="javascript:Report1()">here</a> if you need to see definitions of the terms referee assault, referee abuse, and coaches misconduct. The report may be used for other reportable incidents also and an &quot;Other&quot; box has been provided.<br /> &nbsp;</p> <p>To file the report properly, Referees shall transmit a written report of the alleged assault or abuse, or both, within forty-eight (48) hours of the incident (unless there is a valid reason for later reporting) to the designee of the Organization Member and the State Referee Administrator.&nbsp; For tournaments or special events, the referee shall transmit a written report to the tournament director on the day of the incident and to his home state SRA within 10 days of the incident.&nbsp;</p> <p>The link below will open the report form for a youth match. Instructions are listed on the form.</p> <p>To report misconduct toward referees in a&nbsp;youth match, <a href="javascript:Report2()">click here</a>&nbsp;


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