CRT Board, Officers, Parent Volunteers, and Employees must:
- Be honest and ethical in their conduct, including ethical handling of actual or apparent conflicts of interest between personal and professional relationships that may benefit an individual at the expense of the CRT. The CRT has a board approved Conflict of Interest Policy that all Board Members, Officers, and Employees are required to comply with and to sign. Any new conflicts should be reported.
- Comply with applicable laws, rules and regulations governing the organization
- Deal fairly with CRT staff, youth, sponsors, and volunteers – expectations should be clearly outlined and communicated
- Address conflicts that arise proactively and professionally, and adhere to the Board approved Whistleblower Policy
- Provide Information that is accurate, objective, relevant, timely, and understandable. Proactively promote ethical behavior as a responsible partner among peers in the work environment
- Make YOUTH RUNNER and STUDENT VOLUNTEER safety their paramount consideration
- Protect and ensure the proper use of CRT assets
- Prohibit improper or fraudulent influence over an external auditor
- Matters discussed in an executive session of the Board shall not be disclosed to others. Matters discussed in open session that are determined by the Board to be confidential, proprietary, sensitive, or valuable may only be disclosed to others when authorized by the CRT Chairman. Documents marked confidential and/or "for internal use only" shall not be given to unauthorized persons.
- A Board member, Officer, Coach, Employee, or Volunteer may not agree with the outcome of every decision made by the Board as a whole. In such cases, he/she may express his/her personal views on the issue. This should be balanced with acknowledgment that the outcome is the decision of the Board and is accepted.
I have received a copy of the CRT Code of Ethics Policy, and I hereby signify my consent and agreement.
Signature: _______________________________ Date: __________/_____/______