By Eddie Pells, The Associated Press
USA Swimming, which is based in Colorado Springs, has added technology to its abuse-reporting systems that will allow better communication between those coordinating investigations and reporters who want to remain anonymous.
The organization announced a deal with RealResponse on Monday, which is international Safe Sport Day.
One feature in RealResponse’s technology is the ability to exchange information with anonymous reporters via text without the reporters having to identify themselves. Though organizations can often act more decisively when victims or witnesses attach their names to reports, anonymous reporting is crucial because often victims fear retribution if their names become public.
RealResponse has developed technology that allows…
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