This briefing defines abuse of trust within a sports context, outlines relevant legislation and highlights recommended best practice.
Sample form for sports organisations. A good-practice example developed by the Specialist Speech and Language Therapy Serivce, Nottingham Healthcare NHS Trust.
This briefing recommends best safeguarding practice for sports organisations that involve participants from mixed age groups.
This briefing offers guidance on appropriate staffing and supervision ratios of adults to participants when planning and running sports activities.
This briefing provides an insight into the ways unsuitable people seek positions working directly with children, in order to groom them for abuse, and how sports organisations can prevent this.
This booklet marks the end of the European project Safeguarding Youth Sport (SYS), managed by the International Centre for Ethics in Sport in close collaboration with 10 partners from 8 EU member states.
How involving children and young people in consultations helped Cumbria's CSP analyse its School Games safeguarding practices.
This briefing offers information and guidance on safeguarding considerations and recruitment processes that should be put in place when recruiting staff from overseas.
This briefing provides practical guidelines for managing challenging behaviour from children and young people in sports activities.
The purpose of this briefing paper is to clarify what an organisation's duty of care entails, and to provide some guidance as to what steps can be taken in order to demonstrate that this duty is being met.