A policy statement makes it clear to staff, parents and children what you and your organisation will do to keep children safe.
This sample policy gives organisations an idea of the types of safeguards they should outline to protect children and young people online.
You can adapt this mental health and wellbeing sample statement to support your sports organisation's existing safeguarding policies and to demonstrate your commitment to protecting young people’s mental health and wellbeing.
Sports organisations can download, print and use these sample codes of conduct to let parents, children and staff know what's expected of them as part of their involvement.
A sample anti-bullying policy from the NSPCC Child Protection in Sport Unit.
These 3 CPSU safeguarding reporting-procedure flowcharts provide guidance for organisations on reporting concerns.
A good practice example from Disability Sport Wales (DSW). They have developed an athlete code of conduct procedure in an easy-read format.
A good practice example from Disability Sport Wales (DSW). They have developed a coaches code of conduct procedure in an easy read format.
A good practice example from Disability Sport Wales (DSW). They have developed a parents, carers/guardians code of conduct procedure in an easy read format.
The International Child Protection Certificate (ICPC), developed by ACPO and CEOP, is a criminal records check for UK nationals or non-UK nationals previously resident in the UK, seeking to work with children overseas.