City of Camden, NJ
Camden County
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[HISTORY:
Editor's Note: Former Ch. 110, Youth, Recreation, Education and Training Advisory Council, adopted 4-28-1994 by Ord. No. MC-2986, as amended, was repealed 4-10-2003 by Ord. No. MC-3827.
Adopted by the City Council of the City of Camden 1-13-2005 by Ord. No. MC-4019. Amendments noted where applicable.]

§ 110-1
Intent. 

§ 110-2
Definitions. 

§ 110-3
Composition of Committee. 

§ 110-4
Code of conduct to be established. 

§ 110-5
Meetings. 

§ 110-1 Intent.

The City Council of the City of Camden wishes to create a Code of Conduct Committee to establish and enforce a Youth Sports Code of Conduct.

§ 110-2 Definitions.

As used in this chapter, the following terms shall have the meanings indicated:

YOUTH SPORTS TEAM
Any sports organization organized pursuant to a non-profit or similar charter which is affiliated with or receives monetary or other support from City of Camden or regularly utilizes any facilities owned, operated, or maintained by City of Camden, which sports organization participate in sporting competitions involving minors.

§ 110-3 Composition of Committee.

A. 

The Code of Conduct Committee shall be made up of the president of each youth sports team who is duly elected pursuant to the bylaws or rules and regulations governing each respective youth sports team. The Committee shall also include the City of Camden Director of Health and Human Services and one representative from each high school.

B. 

Each youth sports team shall annually advise, in writing, the City of Camden's Municipal Clerk of the name, address and telephone number of its duly elected president, who shall serve on the Code of Conduct Committee commensurate with his/her term of office with the youth sports team.

C. 

Each youth sports team shall notify the City Clerk in writing promptly upon any change of the identity of the youth sports team's president.

D. 

Any youth sports team president serving on the Code of Conduct Committee may designate an active member of such youth sports team to appear and act as his/her designee with full voting powers at any meeting of the Code of Conduct Committee.

E. 

In the event the same person is the president of more than one youth sports team, said person shall serve on the Code of Conduct Committee as a representative of only one youth sports team and shall designate an active member of such other youth sports teams to appear and act at a Code of Conduct Committee meeting with full voting powers.

§ 110-4 Code of conduct to be established.

The Code of Conduct Committee shall be charged with establishing a Youth Sports Code of Conduct, subject to the approval of City Council and enforcement of same.

§ 110-5 Meetings.

A. 

The Code of Conduct Committee shall meet in January of each year to elect a Chairman, Secretary and such other officers as the Code of Conduct Committee shall deem appropriate, and may meet as often as is necessary to conduct its business and for the purposes of establishing a Youth Sports Code of Conduct, subject to the approval of City Council and enforcement of same.

B. 

The Code of Conduct Committee may establish rules and procedures as it deems appropriate for the conduct of its business and, in default thereof, shall operate pursuant to Robert's Rules of Order to the extent they are not in conflict with any City ordinance.