Office of the Sport Integrity Commissioner 

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Led by Sport Integrity Commissioner, Sarah-Ève Pelletier, the Office of the Sport Integrity Commissioner (OSIC) serves as the central hub of Abuse-Free Sport.

The OSIC administers complaints related to violations of the Universal Code of Conduct to Prevent and Address and Prevent Maltreatment in Sport (UCCMS) alleged against designated participants in sport organizations that sign on to the Abuse-Free Sport Program. In particular, it is responsible for complaint intake, and manages admissible complaints through to the completion of an independent investigation, where warranted.

In addition to its role within the complaint management process, the OSIC has the authority to conduct Sport Environment Assessments to investigate systemic issues within organizations.

The OSIC also acts as content expert to assist the Resource Centre's staff of the Sport Dispute Resolution Centre of Canada in the development of education and prevention tools and resources, for capacity-building within sport organizations, as well as support services, such as legal aid and mental health referrals.

The OSIC is responsible for maintaining a sanctions registry.