5th Annual Cabaret Masquerade Ball...

Sep 20, 2014 by

5th Annual Cabaret Masquerade Ball...

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IAABO Board #134 – Incident Reporting Policy...

Jan 2, 2014 by

IAABO Board #134 – “NEW“ Incident Reporting Policy (Effective January 1, 2014) REPORTING A PLAYER, COACH OR SCHOOL FOR MISCONDUCT (Incident Reporting) Download Each time a player or a coach is ejected from a contest and anytime a player, coach or school displays abusive conduct (verbal or physical) and/or given a Technical Foul: 1. THE OFFICIAL (Referee or Umpire) INVOLVED IN THE INCIDENT MUST CONTACT THE RULES INTERPRETER AND GIVE A VERBAL INCIDENT REPORT BY PHONE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE AFTER THE GAME. Rules Interpreter Contact Phone # is 240-351-5245 2. THE OFFICIAL INVOLVED IN THE INCIDENT (Referee or Umpire) MUST FILE A WRITTEN INCIDENT REPORT USING THE “INCIDENT REPORT FORM” BY 12NOON THE DAY AFTER THE INCIDENT. Email the written report to interpreter@iaabo134.org PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING: 1. Your obligation as an official...

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IAABO Board #134 – Game Reporting Policy...

Jan 2, 2014 by

IAABO Board #134 – “REVISED” Game Reporting Policy (Effective January 1, 2014) The assigned Game Referee (“the R”) MUST fill out a game report for each Middle School, Junior Varsity and Varsity Basketball game. Game reports can be found on www.arbitersports.com under your assigned game. Game Reports SHOULD INCLUDE but are not limited to comments about the following:    Condition of the Court    “30” Second Clock Working/Not Working    Performance and Competency of the Clock Operators & Score Keepers    Possession Arrow Present/ Not Present    Condition of the Dressing Room Facilities    Any serious player injuries    Etc. Game Reports SHOULD NOT INCLUDE:     Any incident details IF an incident occurred (the official involved in the incident must file an INCIDENT REPORT). IT IS MANDATORY THAT THE GAME REFEREE (the “R”) COMPLETE AND SUBMIT A GAME...

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How To Write An INCIDENT Report (repost of a previously published article)...

Jan 1, 2014 by

Below are excerpts from an article by Dave Sabaini, which appeared in Referee Magazine. They provide excellent guidelines for completing an ejection report. In short the very best advice provided in this article is “Just state the facts, don’t editorialize.” This should be helpful for all officials.  Just The Facts  The Dos and Don’ts of Writing Reports It was a tough game. The conference championship was on the line and the home team’s coach took issue with a call that was quick, tough and went against the home team. In the ensuing “discussion” the coach used a descriptor of the official that brought the official’s lineage into question, and the official had no choice but to eject the coach. Of course the game went downhill from there. Sitting at home in the quiet a...

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