MATCH DISQUALIFICATION POLICY >>
Safety is always everyone’s most important priority. Talk to any board member any time you have a question about anything having to do with safety. If you don’t know who the board members are, ask a Range Officer, or at the match sign-in table.
Safety Committee members are the Match Director, Pistol Coordinator and Multi-Gun Coordinator
All Match Disqualifications (DQ) shall be handled in accordance with the current rules of USPSA (at the date ofadoption of this policy, USPSA Rule Book 14th Edition 2001 Sections 10.2–10.5. pertain)
Note the reason for the DQ and the time and date on the score sheet of the competitor receiving the DQ. Tell the competitor receiving the DQ that they are prohibited from participating in any remaining courses of fire in the match – this includes the shotgun and rifle portions of the match. Immediately give the score sheet to a member of the Safety Committee. The Safety Committee member will notify
the Range Officers for the other stages of the match of the DQ.
A representative of the Board will keep a written record of all DQs and actions of the Safety Committee. The records will be made available to any Club member upon request.
COMPETITOR’S 1st DQ
Safety Committee member makes the requisite entry in the written records.
COMPETITOR’S 2nd DQ within a twelve-month period
The competitor’s Club shooting privileges aresuspended until he or she satisfies any safety orientation or equipment changes required by the Safety Committee. The Safety Committee action may be appealed to the entire Board of Directors. The Board of Director’s decision is final.
COMPETITOR’S 3rd DQ within a twelve-month period
The competitor’s Club shooting privileges are suspended for a period of time to be determined by the Safety Committee, but in no case shall the suspension be less than three months. In addition, the Safety Committee may impose other conditions for reinstatement, which conditions must be met to the satisfaction of the Safety Committee before reinstatement. The Safety Committee action may be appealed to the entire Board of Directors. The Board of Directors' decision is final.