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Respect In Sport
Submitted By Craig Little on Wednesday, December 2, 2015
What is the R Zone?

The R Zone is a zero tolerance operating procedure that applies to all Municipality of Middlesex Centre recreational facilities, community centres, parks and programs.

The R Zone procedure enforces zero tolerance of violence, vandalism and inappropriate behaviour for participants and the public.

What does the R Zone Mean?

The “R” in the R Zone logo stands for Respect and Responsibility. Respect for yourself; Respect for Others; and Responsibility for Your Actions. The logo will serve as a reminder to staff and the public that the operating procedure is in effect and applies to everyone – coaches, parents, players, performers, audiences and visitors.

Goal

The goal of the R Zone operating procedure is to improve the safety and leisure environment in all our municipal recreation and community centres, facilities, parks and programs. Community organizations, residents, visitors and municipal staff will work together to promote respect and responsibility – improving the safety, appearance and environment of our community.

More Questions?

If you have any questions, please review the R Zone documents below or contact Scott Mairs by email [email protected].  If you have any additional questions or to report an incident email: [email protected] or call: (519) 601-8022 ex 121 and leave a message.

Rzone Brochure (PDF)
Rzone Enforcement Guidelines (PDF)
Rzone Policy and Procedure (PDF)
Rzone Incident Report Form (PDF)


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