Violence and Threat of Harm Policy

We take harassment, violence, and any threats of violence very seriously and will not tolerate them at our events or in our community.

Harassment is any unwanted behavior towards a person that causes mental or emotional suffering. This harassment includes repeated unwanted contacts without a reasonable purpose, insults, threats, touching, or offensive language. This policy includes, and is not limited to, discrimination or harrassment based on actual or perceived:

  • Gender (including gender identity or expression)
  • Race
  • Color
  • Religion
  • National origin
  • Age
  • Sexual Orientation
  • Physical, mental, or sensory disability

Violence is the use of physical force so as to injure, abuse, damage, or destroy.

A threat of violence is a declaration of the intent to inflict harm or danger to the community or to any person(s).  

If you experience or observe any behavior you believe is considered discrimination, harassment, or violent at our events or involving a member of our community, you may report it through or in a way that is most comfortable for you (ie. in person, email, social media messaging platforms, etc). We also have the option to submit the report anonymously. 

All reports submitted are taken extremely seriously. Once a report is submitted, it will be sent to all of the Dodgeball Seattle Board Members. The Board will review and reach out to the Reporter as soon as possible. You can find your Board Members via under “About us” or here.
For additional information, view our Report A Problem policy.

Report a Problem

Have you experienced or witnessed a violation of the Dogeball Seattle Code of Conduct? Would you like to file an official complaint to the Dodgeball Seattle Board? Click the button below to get started.