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Safety Corner

Welcome to Sprague Little League and the 2024 Season!

Sprague Little League is committed to a safe and enjoyable baseball season in 2024. This page will serve to remind you of the safety practices we need to use when practicing, playing or attending games for Sprague Little League.

It is important to know the required Medical Release Form needs completed and given to the team manager/coach before the first practice.  Further information related to safety will be within the ASAP safety plan, to be updated on this site before the 2024 season begins.   We will follow SKPS, local and state mandates and guidelines as it relates to safety.

We are incorporating best practices from Little League International to help ensure the safety of our players, volunteers, and fans. We will adjust as necessary throughout the season to stay current on these guidelines and best practices while at the same time working to have the best possible season for everyone involved.  Things may look a little different on the fields and in the dugouts, but the fun should still look the same.

If you have questions about any of our safety protocols, please contact our Safety Officer, Greg Astley, here.

Player Safety - Child Protection Program

Little League Child Protection Program

State Specific Information on Child Abuse


Under Oregon law, statutorily defined public or private officials (Section 419B.005) including, but not limited to doctors and health care professionals, school employees, law enforcement officers, clergy, social workers, mental health professionals, firefighters, court appointed advocates, child care providers, employees or public or private organizations providing child related activities like scout camps, day camps, summer camps and religious centers, as well as coaches, assistants and trainers of amateur, semiprofessional or professional athlete (if compensated and if the athlete is a child), personal support worker and home care worker with knowledge of or suspicion of child abuse are required to immediately make an oral report of such abuse to the Department of Human Services by telephone or otherwise. (See Sections 419B.010 and 419B.015 Duty of officials to report and Report Form respectively)). The duty to report is personal to the public or private official alone and exists regardless of whether that official is employed by a volunteer of, or a representative or whether the associated entity or organization has its own procedures for reporting abuse internally.

Abuse is defined to include any physical injury to a child cause by other than accidental means, any mental injury to a child which shall include observable and substantial impairment of the child’s mental or psychological ability to function, sexual abuse, exploitation and neglect (See Section 419B.005).

The Oregon Law is found under Title 34 (Human Services: Juvenile Code; Corrections), Chapter 419B (Reporting of Child Abuse), Sections 419B.005 through 419B.055. To access the entire child abuse chapter in the Oregon Code online, follow: (scroll to desired section or “Ctrl F” to search).

For valuable information on reporting abuse in Oregon and tools to determine what constitutes abuse, visit the Department of Human Services website at:

To report child abuse or neglect, follow the link to contact information for your local office:

Or Call: 1-855 503 SAFE (7233)


Sprague Little League
4742 Liberty Rd. S. STE 166 
Salem, Oregon 97302

Email: [email protected]

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