Code of Conduct
USCAP’S POSITION ON ETHICAL BEHAVIOR
USCAP is committed to providing a safe working and learning environment and to protecting the rights, dignity, and well-being of its members and program attendees. The Academy subscribes to a zero-tolerance policy regarding discrimination in any form, sexual misconduct, harassment, violence, and unethical behaviors. Safety and welfare are of paramount importance at the heart of USCAP’s core values. USCAP leadership and educators are held strictly accountable to the Academy’s ethical standards. Anyone who feels that these standards have been violated is encouraged to report misconduct immediately and directly to USCAP by emailing [email protected].
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