Bury Rounders League believe that everyone involved in Rounders have a fundamental right to be protected, so that they can enjoy the sport free from all forms of abuse and exploitation. We seek to help protect and promote the welfare of all participants in Rounders by having in place clear policies and guidance for our members, officials and all others involved in the sport.
Due to legislation, changes and incidents in other sports the Welfare Co-ordinator has been working on a project over the winter (2017), to completely revamp the way we look at Safeguarding and Welfare for all that are involved in Bury Rounders League.
This has led to the new Bury Rounders Safeguarding Initiative (BRSI).
The BRSI is set out in four sections;
1.5.Protection Young People
1.6.Social Media (E-safety)
2.2.DP Referral Form
3.Rule Book Extracts
3.1.Safeguarding All in Sport
3.2.Code Of Conduct
4.Guidance and CPSU Briefings
4.1.Are we registered with the ICO (information commissioner’s office)?
4.2.Extended code of conduct for children and young people.
4.3.Extended codes of conduct for parents and carers
4.4.Good Practice, Poor Practice and Abuse.
4.5.If a Safeguarding allegation is made Against You.
4.6.Photography and Videography.
4.8.What is the BRSI
Each of these documents can be found on the downloads page.
We hope that the policy will assist your team as we all work towards a safer environment for the future of our sport.
NOTE: If you have an incident to report, do so via the DP Referral Form.
Who to contact for further advice and help:
Bury Rounders Safeguarding Coordinator – Arron Lever
T: 07793485995 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
All policies have been formulated with guidance from the NSPCC Child Protection in Sport Unit (CPSU) and in line with government guidance.