Without knowing the seriousness of the violations, the people who are concerned with such violations are:
FAA regulation violations should be reported to your local FAA Flight Standards District Office (FSDO). Address and phone number can be found here.
USPA BSR violations should be reported to your USPA Regional Director. Check out this to find your RD based on state/region. I might suggest contacting your USPA RD first, as they might be able to put the violation into perspective, but if you disagree with them and feel strongly about it, then of course let your FAA FSDO know.
Also, your S&TA should be spoken to, as BSR violations are that individuals responsibility more so than the DZO. I've personally never had to report a violation, but in a sport where student safety could be at hand (in which students may not realize the danger that is involved in a violation that they aren't expected to know) some violations can be very serious.
(This post was edited by larsrulz on Oct 10, 2005, 6:09 AM)
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