NB Combat Sport Commission Conflict of Interest Policy
No individual shall officiate over any bout in which that individual has any monetary interest in a participant, manager or manager’s business. A monetary interest includes anyone in the individual’s immediate family — spouse, parent, grandparent, or child — who has a monetary interest in a participant, manager or manager’s business.
No individual shall officiate over any bout in which they are a manager or former manager of a participant. No individual shall officiate over any bout in which a direct family member — spouse, parent, grandparent or child — is involved as a participant or a manager.
The Commission may extend the definition of family member for a specific event or circumstance depending on the impact that such relationship may have on the integrity of the sport.
A licensed official who is concerned that he or she may have a conflict of interest must immediately report this concern to the Commission and abide by its direction.
Participating in an event while in a conflict of interest or failing to report a potential conflict of interest may result in the cancellation of an official’s licence.
All employees of the Commission and its support functions are also bound by conflict of interest requirements under the New Brunswick government’s Conflict of Interest Policy. Government of New Brunswick – Conflict of Interest Policy.